Auberge Resorts Collection has been selected by the Eccles family to manage the Goldener Hirsch, a hotel in Deer Valley, Utah, that has been owned by the family for over 25 years. The newly renovated, 18-room luxury inn has been a fixture in Park City and is now writing a new chapter in its storied history with a dramatic expansion, featuring 40 residences set in two new modern buildings designed by architect Tom Kundig.
Founded in 1992, the Goldener Hirsch is owned by the philanthropic Eccles family who has been a part of the development of Utah and skiing in the region since the late 1800s. Designed in the spirit of an Austrian ski chalet, the inn pays homage to its historic namesake, a favorite of the Eccles family. Interiors are filled with ornately-carved and painted wood furniture imported from Austria, antiques collected from around the world, and original paintings from the Eccles’ private collection. Traditional alpine architecture, an antler chandelier anchoring the lobby and wood burning fireplaces in the guestrooms provide an atmosphere of timeless elegance and Old-World charm.
Today, Goldener Hirsch blends the historic charm of an Austrian-inspired inn with the modern lines of recently added mountain residences. The buildings, connected by a glass bridge and alfresco plaza, house alpine inspired accommodations ranging from inn rooms to sprawling multi-bedroom residences outfitted with full-service kitchens, contemporary living spaces, and private balconies.
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