There's something special about the Hyatt Centric Park City. It's the ideal location for "Alpine adventurists and nature lovers alike". When you first walk in the front doors of the Park City resort you feel like you belong and that you are a part of a family. Part of the allure of the Hyatt Centric comes from the immense mountain views that surround the resort and the first class amenities, but another large portion of it comes from the staff itself. Doris Rodriguez, the Hyatt Centric's Wedding Specialist is who you will meet when you reach out to inquire with the Hyatt Centric and she is one of the most incredibly thoughtful and gracious people we have ever had the pleasure of meeting. She will help guide you in creating the wedding of your dreams.
The Hyatt Centric Park City is located at the Canyon's Village area and is just a 40 minute drive from the Salt Lake City International Airport. The Hyatt Centric features amenities based around relaxing, dining, playing, and adventuring. If you get married in the winter, the Hyatt Centric is a ski-in, ski-out resort, and if you plan for a summer wedding they are close to multiple activities and hiking trails. One extra perk that the Hyatt Centric offers is that the amount you invest in your wedding day can correlate to earning free night stays for your honeymoon at Hyatt locations worldwide.
See photos of the resort, grounds, and features at the Hyatt Centric Park City.
Wedding Suites at the Hyatt Centric
If you are looking for a wonderful space to get ready on the day of the wedding, the Hyatt Centric has got your back. The suites at the Hyatt Centric are spacious, modern, and cozy. There are options available to have two bedrooms that connect to a kitchen and dining area as well so that if you want to avoid seeing each other before the wedding, you can do just that but still be near each other.
Couples who book the Hyatt Centric Park City receive a complementary one bedroom suite for the night of the wedding. The suite includes a large king bedroom with fireplace and balcony, full-sized kitchen and dining, jet tub, washer/dryer and wine cooler. It’s perfect for making it a home away from home for destination weddings.
Ceremony Site Options
The Hyatt Centric Park City has two available ceremony site locations. The most popular space is the outdoor garden ceremony site. The lushly landscaped ceremony garden features cascading rock and stone. An indoor option with lots of natural light is also available and is especially useful for days when the weather isn't the best.
Wedding Day Portrait Locations
When you are at the Hyatt Centric Park City, you are surrounded by incredible views of the Wasatch Back mountain range. The portrait locations at the resort are stunning and feel true to Park City, while showcasing what you love about the Hyatt Centric. Within a short walk, views that make you feel immersed in the mountains and forest are available.
Being in the heart of Park City equals so many opportunities for dining, shopping, adventuring, activities, and nightlife. In the winter, the resort also provides a sunrise lift that allows guests to ski right out of the second floor ski valet’s intermediate run. The complimentary shuttle can also transport guests and their ski gear to the main gondola at Sundial. A ski and snowboard rental site is also available on property!
On property of the Hyatt Centric, is a heated outdoor pool, on-site restaurant and bar, and game room for you and your guests to use during your stay and wedding day that features pool tables, ping-pong, video games, and foosball.
Wedding Dinner and Reception
The Hyatt Centric will help you set the stage for your dinner and reception. As a full-service venue, they will be there to serve you and your guests during dinner and will make sure that you have what you need to make sure your event runs smoothly. A 16x16 wooden dance floor, a champagne toast, tables, chairs, linens, and easels are included. If you are dreaming up a memorable event for your dinner or reception, the Hyatt Centric will help that dream come to life! One of our couples brought in Broadway performers that put on a show for their guests!
How does catering and bar service work at the Hyatt Centric Park City?
All food and beverage must be provided by the Hyatt culinary team. Couples can bring their own wedding cake and oftentimes, they choose to bring local cookies and Utah treats.
How does parking work for us and our guests on the wedding day?
When you or your guests pull into the Hyatt Centric, you will be greeted by Hyatt Centric's complimentary valet and self-parking service.
What will the Wedding Specialist at the Hyatt Centric help me plan?
Doris, the Wedding Specialist at the Hyatt Centric, will help serve you by meeting with you to discuss the vision and inspiration for your wedding day. Doris will also arrange a personalized menu tasting to help you narrow down and choose the perfect menu. She also will help you design the ideal floor plan to create the best flow and seating arrangements for your guests.
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