WASHINGTON SCHOOL HOUSE
This hip hotel’s ski lounge features exposed brick walls and half-panelling, a vast fireplace offset with a bluestone hearth, and an ornate gilt mirror that reflects the antler chandelier suspended from the 16-foot-high ceiling. White leather Milo Baughman dining chairs add a modern note, contrasting with the classic chairs and leather upholstered banquette. The reclaimed Utah barn wood flooring is in classic schoolhouse style, while the colour palette of pale blue and snowy white reflect the beautiful mountain surroundings.
Built in 1888 and named after George Washington, this 12-room converted schoolhouse was one of the three original schools in Park City, Utah. Today, the chic, characterful hotel is at the foot of world-class ski resorts.