We want to be proud of what we do, no matter the size of the endeavor. Dreaming is fun. Talking is easy.  Showing up and doing what you dream and say is good, hard work.  And the product of that good, hard work--the things we do--is what the world knows us by.

It's nice to meet you!

Who we are and what we're about

Andy Beerman Park City

Andy Beerman Andy graduated from Miami University (of Ohio) in 1991 with a Bachelor of Philosophy.  After three years of mountain guiding for the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) in Alaska, Andy landed in Utah. He managed several other Utah businesses before he met his wife and business partner (Thea) and became involved with the Treasure Mountain Inn. Andy participates in nearly all aspects of the hotel. Recently, he decided to expand his sphere of influence to the whole of Park City and got himself elected then re-elected to Park City Council. When not at TMI it's likely he's in a meeting, but he makes sure his daily diet includes a healthy dose of the outdoors. andy@treasuremountaininn.com


Thea Leonard Thea was born in Hawaii but raised along the Delaware River in Hunterdon County. At an early age she spent time in Europe and discovered that she has a knack for languages (she speaks Danish, Spanish, French, and a little bit of Italian), and a taste for fine foods. Thea attended Vassar College where she danced a lot. She spent 10 years in the Hudson River Valley and worked at Mohonk Mountain House. In 1993 she moved to Park City to manage the Treasure Mountain Inn and to more regularly enjoy the Utah powder. She has a passion for cooking and previously owned one of Park City’s best fine dining restaurants. thea@treasuremountaininn.com

Front and Center Carolyn, Reid, Belen & Melissa are well-educated on the happenings around town and have the skinny on the locals' choices in almost every category.  They are the "muscle" who keep the wheels on around here.  They keep us chugging along in the right direction and keep us on the rails.  What's more!  They do it with grace and good humor.  We're lucky to have them. info@treasuremountaininn.com

Behind the Scenes Our housekeepers, bless their hearts, have been cleaning up after us for as many 18 years. They are invaluable and we couldn't deliver this product without them.

“Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.”
- William James

Treasure Mountain Inn Guiding Principals:

The CAN-DO's of Treasure Mountain Inn.

CAN DO:  In an era of international franchises and grand boutique hotels, we fancy ourselves the little engine that can.  We're small, but that means we’re nimble, responsive, unique, and lead with a lot of heart.  We see new challenges in place of problems, and we just don't quit.

DO MORE WITH LESS:  Bigger is not always better.  Opulence does not guarantee quality.  We target our approach to every amenity, service, and choice to minimize our footprint while maximizing the guest and staff experience.  We strive for elegance over extravagance by providing a comfortable, friendly, and dignified product with as little waste as possible. 



DO WELL, SO WE CAN DO GOOD:  We happily give a portion of every dollar earned to preserve and protect the environment that makes this such a special place.  Park City’s mountain setting, clean air, pure water, fresh snow, and abundant trails are our product.  The consistent support of our staff and clientele gives us the means to steadily reinvest in these natural treasures.

DO IT FOR FUN:  We live most people’s vacation.  We moved to a resort because we love to play.  Work is what we do—not who we are—but we spend a lot of time doing it, so we’d prefer to be having fun!  Never forget our good fortune, and never hesitate to share.

DO BETTER:  We are committed to growing, learning and improving.  We strive to be a ‘responsible company’ with the ultimate goal of sustainability.  We endeavor to balance the triple bottom line—people, planet, profit—to make us a better place to work, stay, and thrive.  We pledge ourselves to progress.