A good friend of mine from San Francisco takes his family skiing to Utah’s glitzy Deer Valley in high style every Spring Break, and has for years – but he has never stayed in a hotel.
“It’s just so much more comfortable with a house. We have plenty of room, the kids have their own space, it’s a lot easier to have breakfast here rather than going out, and we can do laundry, which piles up fast on a ski trip with three kids.”
Some travelers have always chosen to rent condos or homes to save money, but that is not exactly the point at top ski resorts like Deer Valley, where homes can be just as pricy as luxury hotels. The idea is to have a better ski trip.
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