As the ski season approaches, Montage Deer Valley in Utah has emerged from a comprehensive renovation with a fresh and captivating new look. The luxury ski resort has undergone a radical transformation, completely refurbishing its guestrooms, suites, and dining venues.
This eagerly awaited renovation, spanning the resort’s expansive 16-acre property, enlisted the expertise of San Francisco’s BraytonHughes Design Studios for the resort’s accommodations, while the restaurants and lounges were masterfully reimagined by Denton House Design Studio of Salt Lake City. Both design firms drew inspiration from the breathtaking beauty of the nearby Wasatch Mountains to create these rejuvenated spaces.
Joseph Mattioli, the general manager of Montage Deer Valley, expressed his enthusiasm for the project, stating, “The beauty and history of the region are such an integral part of the experience we provide our guests, and the renovation of our accommodations and dining outlets succeeds in immersing everyone we host in our surroundings.”
He continued, “The work of BraytonHughes and Denton House surpassed our expectations and will be a key selling point for years to come.”
The redesigned Montage Deer Valley, perched at an impressive 8,300 feet above sea level amid the picturesque Wasatch Mountains, seamlessly blends the traditional with the contemporary, celebrating heritage and history while infusing local culture with the highest standards of international luxury.
The attention to detail is evident throughout the resort, with elements like houndstooth fabric pillows and accents of silver in the rooms paying homage to the area’s mining heritage. Green sunprint carpet patterns in guestrooms and hand-forged ironwork on bedside tables, resembling tree branches, honor the lush natural surroundings of the mountains.