YotelPad and Where to Dine in Park City

Hi friends! This is the last of the Utah posts. I’ve shared the skincare I received, the clothing I wore and now it’s time to share about the hotel we stayed in, YotelPad and where to dine in Park City. We ate some delicious food while we were there, and the hotel was fantastic. So if you’re looking for a great getaway, then just follow our path and you won’t be sorry. I also want to mention that the Park City Chamber of Commerce was so good to us, and made a lot of this possible. #thankyou

The YotelPad was the perfect place for the 5 of us. Yotel is a UK based company and the YotelPad is a new concept for them.

These are more of a condo style than hotel. You can visit in a one, two or three bedroom condo. They are also for sale, so if you’ve been looking to buy a vacation “home”, this might be a good way to go.

The one bedroom units we all stayed in were little studios with full kitchens in them and if you love coffee, you’ll love that each room also has a Nespresso machine. Each room has a queen murphy bed that sleeps two, and then two bunks also come out of the wall if needed. D’Arcy spearheaded this trip and the hotel was so kind to give her a 1 bedroom unit that had a space where we could all hang out together. The views are fantastic, and there are lots of fun places to hang out. Fire-pits for relaxing, a game room for playing and little work spaces for convenience. The staff were super friendly and accommodating. I would totally give this place ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.

There are a lot of things to do within the facility:
*Backyard terrace with swimming pool & hot tub
*Fireside lounge & game room
*Valet for you car, skis & bikes
*Guest laundry

YotelPad Park City

The food we had while visiting Park City was also fantastic. We went to several restaurants and they were all absolutely delicious.

We had lunch the first day at the Gateway Shopping Center at a restaurant called HallPass. This is a “food hall” that has different styles of food including hot chicken, lobster rolls, Bao and Ramen along with a variety of other foods.

The atmosphere of this place is really cool. All of the artwork on the walls is hand-painted by different artists and there a beautiful specially made wooden tables. The one in the picture below was made out of one giant tree. Stunning. In case you’re wondering what my favorites were here, the sweet potato fries and poke nachos were so yummy.

That night we had a beautiful charcuterie board provided by Harvest and Honey out of Salt Lake. It was delicious. If you know much about me, then you may already know that charcuterie is one of my favorite ways to eat. I swear I think I could have eaten most of this all by myself.

Harvest and Honey Park City

One of the nights we went to Drafts which is within walking distance. They have great burgers, but of course I got a Cobb salad. I L O V E Cobb salads and I try to steer clear of burgers and fries for the most part. What I don’t steer clear of is dessert. I’m sure you know that about me. HA! They had these H U G E milkshakes that were so yummy. I thought it was a big sundae, but was pleasantly surprised to find out it was a shake.

The last night we were treated to a wonderful Italian restaurant, Ghidiottis. This one had great ambiance and the felt a little old world. Several of us got the filet mignon and it was delicious.

Our last meal before we left was back in Salt Lake City at Station Park. We had lunch at Twigs, and this was definitely my favorite meal of the trip. Don’t get me wrong, they were all delicious, but the gorgonzola sauce alone won me over here. Y’all, soooo GOOD! I could have eaten it by the spoonful. I had fish tacos and they were delish, but have mercy…the donut holes with 3 sauces were divine. They were like a cross between a donut hole and an Italian wedding cookie, and I love both of those!

So the girls learned something important about me on this trip. I have a sweet tooth the size of my head. LOL #sadbuttrue

Chit Chat Chic visit YotelPad

Alrighty y’all, now head on over to Cammi, Cindy, D’Arcy and Michelle’s blogs to get their take on YotelPad and where to dine in Park City. I can’t wait to read their thoughts and find out what their favorite meals are.

We are hoping to take more trips like this and share them with you. I hope you’ve enjoyed all the shenanigans.



  1. Andrea Nine
    September 10, 2021 / 2:52 am

    Such a cool place! Love the concept. But the food, oh the food! That milkshake!!! Yummy! And I adore the all white pics!!!! So sweet! xo

    • Lisa
      September 15, 2021 / 9:19 pm

      Oh my…the food was just insane. We had the best time. XO

  2. Joanne
    September 10, 2021 / 6:07 am

    Wow! Look at the milkshake! That’s crazy huge. Looks like such a wonderful place to stay.

    • Lisa
      September 15, 2021 / 9:18 pm

      It was fantastic and I’d go back in a heartbeat

  3. September 11, 2021 / 8:44 am

    So now I”m ready to go back! And all that good food is making me really hungry! When is our next trip! Let’s GO!

    • Lisa
      September 15, 2021 / 9:18 pm

      Me too!!! It was so fun!

  4. September 14, 2021 / 7:45 pm

    All of those food photos are making me hungry! The place you stayed is beautiful! What a fun trip!

    • Lisa
      September 15, 2021 / 9:16 pm

      We ate so much…and it was so good. XO

  5. September 29, 2021 / 9:26 pm

    Yotel is so very fun and I love all the Foodie stops!
    Ox, D’Arcy

  6. September 30, 2021 / 7:35 am

    It was sheer FUN getting to hang out with you! Wish we were neighbors, Lisa! You are just too cute and fun and I enjoyed this trip so much! Can’t wait for the next one!!!

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