February 12, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Sun Valley Lodge in Sun Valley, Idaho

The legendary Sun Valley Lodge has been reborn. Guests are presented with an entirely new experience with 108 new and much larger guestrooms, a 20,000 square foot destination spa, a world class fitness center and yoga studio, a glass enclosed outdoor pool and pool café, and all new re-imagined and re-appointed restaurants, lounges, lobbies and event space. Become a part of the history of the country’s first destination ski Lodge as it turns 80 and is re-imagined for a new generation.

No matter what brings you to the mountains, alpine living works up an appetite. Come explore Sun Valley’s distinctive restaurants for a look at what’s available when you’re hungry. Our signature spa and wellness programs and treatments welcomes spa-goers of all ages; and, our state-of-the-art fitness facility, spacious locker rooms and refined amenities make the Spa at Sun Valley a destination to experience. The seasons in Sun Valley may change, but one thing never varies: Our mountains come with a to-do list as tall as they are. Winter slopes and summer escapes, adrenaline junkies and solitude seekers, simple pleasures and luxurious indulgences. Whatever pulls you to the mountains, we can help you find it here.

Location of Sun Valley Lodge

Sun Valley Lodge
1 Sun Valley Road
Sun Valley, Idaho

Nearest Airport: SLC

Amenities for Sun Valley Lodge

  • Dining
  • Lounge
  • Restaurants
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Pool
  • Spa Services
  • Fitness Center
  • Wellness Center
  • Movie Theater
  • Bowling Alley
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Fireplaces
  • In-Room Safes
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Mini Refrigerators
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Yoga
  • Fly Fishing
  • Ice Skating
  • Snowshoeing
  • Sledding
  • Sleigh Rides
  • Snowboarding
  • Horseback Riding
  • Golf
  • Family
  • Children's Programs
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Family
  • Golf
  • Hotels
  • Ski & Snow
  • Spa & Wellness

Reviews for Sun Valley Lodge

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Let me preface this review by saying, this was my first time EVER to Sun Valley - but clearly we should have come last year during Snowpocalypse, because there was hardly any snow this year (and this is definitely no fault of the resort or the people who work there). The man-made snow at Dollar and Baldy was fine, but the icy patches wore down my body after three straight days and I needed to seek refuge at The Spa. What a wonderful surprise! I was pampered by Kelly who was not only sweet, jovial and hilarious, she was a shining professional through and through. I only WISH I could say the same of the other staff we encountered at this resort............ Let me go back to the start. We were picked up from the Hailey airport by a lovely gentleman named Roger. Roger was friendly, though efficient, and made sure we got the 411 on all things to do in Sun Valley before we pulled in to the valet. Our initial impression upon driving in was that the resort has the basic "lodge" feel (wood, boxy shape, slanted roof), with a giant sculptured sun made out of snow built in the driveway to the property next to a pond with 1 swan and a bunch of ducks. We quickly unloaded to find that, unsurprisingly, not all rooms for our small village of 15+ people were ready by 4pm - only a handful were available. Starving and wanting to unpack before we went out to eat, we all just piled our stuff into two rooms and went to Konditorei nearby in the Village to eat some grub. Overall, from our first meal, the PERVASIVE themes at this resort & the village are: 1. a lot of the staff is young, ambivalent and poorly trained on service standards. 2. some staff absolutely don't care if you hear/see them laughing/joking around with each other, playing on their phones/generally not doing their jobs in guest-facing areas. This went for bellmen, front desk agents, and drivers. Maybe they feel so comfortable in their jobs that they can "let go" and relax, but as a former hotel employee this was honestly getting on my nerves. On top of that, the F&B department was SORELY understaffed the entire week we visited (Dec 26 - Jan 2 2018). First, we had a massive issue getting anyone to serve us at the pool during the nighttime on more than a sporadic basis. The servers would disappear for 30 minute chunks at a time, leaving us unsure if our drinks were ever going to arrive and if we would be charged without receiving them. When they did show, no apology, "sorry" etc. Then, the biggest issue was that we had two large family dinners (we were essentially a traveling village of family members too large for Gretchen's dining room) in the "Private Dining Room" at Gretchen's (which is just a re-purposed meeting room, not fooling anyone here). Our poor servers were so under staffed, under trained, and the kitchen forgot 50% of our food (not to mention the dinner took 3.5 hours - 2.5 of that time spent waiting) that we were all left furious and feeling slighted after the lack of service/attention to detail. The price of the alcohol we purchased alone, not including the vast amount of food that 15+ people could eat and ordered = LARGE BILL. It was NOT justified by the poor excuse for service that we received. No fault of the staff, largely a management & scheduling issue likely. Outside of the service issues, our suite was large and spacious, with a fireplace, two tv's, and a spacious bathroom. We loved the room and frankly it was the best part of our visit. Our neighbors above us on the 4th floor were not quiet (sounding like a herd of buffalos stomping above us every hour) though complaining to the front desk wouldn't help on a sold out weekend. The Mountain Rides shuttle was helpful in getting us out of the resort and into the quaint town of Ketchum/ lifts. We enjoyed the small boutique ships and visiting the Pio. The locals are so friendly here in Idaho that it almost made up for the sub-par service on property. If you're willing to excuse poor service & management, you're in for a real treat.

Okenstrale - San Francisco, California

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

In 2016 due to an unscheduled dismount in a cycling race, I experienced debilitating upper back pain that combined with a pinch nerve from neck through to back of arm. Relegated to sleeping in a recliner for nearly two months, and after having seen two doctors who prescribed a veritable mix of meds, stretches and rest, none of it worked. Terrible to say the least. A bit out of desperation, I scheduled my first accupuncture appointment at Sun Valley. “Veronica” assessed, explained and went to work applying a combined method of massage (in unaffected, adjacent area), cupping (yes, as in Olympic swimmer type stuff made popular in 2016) and then accupuncture. At her direction, I came back the next day for one more, shorter treatment, and then sent me on my way. The affects took hold in 24 hours, and in less than four days my body was able to do what it needed to do. I was pain free!! I highly recommend the Sun Valley Spa. And if you have real injury and pains, you must see Veronica. She is bar none the best masseuse I’ve worked with over 20-plus years of athletics. I came back this year for a week of skiing and pre-season training on the bike. I accrued a nagging lower back pain and worked with Veronica again. Brilliant!

Josh G

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

From hot chocolate for the grandchildren to warm and tasty adult beverages for these seniors, we were delighted with the classic beauty of the bar area of Sun Valley Lodge. We also ordered a humus platter and nachos for mid-afternoon snacks. Wonderful!

48Virginia - Eastern Oregon

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

Had a fabulous stay! Beautiful rooms, great amenities, and walking distance to town. Hiking across the street and best bike path I've ran/ridden ever. The spa is beautiful and the pool/tub area is very relaxing with a nice gas outdoor firepit and chairs. The bar area is large and very entertaining from what I could hear from my room. I didn't want to leave my room, the fireplace was so relaxing and the beds very comfortable.

Geneva S

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

We stayed here during the solar eclipse. We wanted to stay in the main lodge where we have stayed many times before. However, it was booked full due to the eclipse. So we had to stay in the lodge apartments. They are not as luxurious as the lodge and could use some updating. I don’t like shower curtains. But our room was large and in decent shape after we moved from the first room after one night. The first room had a stained toilet and stained shower curtain. I will not stay in the lodge apartments again. It’s the lodge all the way or nothing. The resort overall is a very nice place with many activities and things to do.

bgc11 - Salt Lake City

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