WASH­ING­TON SCHOOL HOUSE

UTAH, US

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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.

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