The Washington School House is a 1889 landmark in Park City, Utah. This repurposed, renovated work of art of a hotel is for the most discerning of travelers and maybe famous at that since this is the city the Sundance Festival is held in. Originally named for George Washington, this 1889 school went through multiple owners and events from a fire in 1898 to being sold to Veterans of Foreign Wars in 1936. Then, in 1984 the building was purchased and turned into a bed and breakfast and has since been gutted to the studs and transformed into a sophisticated luxurious boutique hotel.
What's not to love when you can stay in single rooms or suites, be surrounded by curated antiques, fine art, sleep in Pratesi bed linens, indulge in Molten Brown bath products, ask for an iPad that's loaded with great movies, request an in-room massage, and more. Not to mention, this is Park City, Utah one of the best of the best when it comes to skiing in the winter or hiking in the summer. The shopping is pretty incredible too!
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