Certainly you expect a Park City private family community and golf club to offer amenities such as championship golf, skiing, a spa and fitness center, and Promontory delivers like no other mountain home community.
When members are at Promontory they're not just visiting one of the most luxurious resorts in Utah—they're living here. More adventure abounds for your family at the Outfitter's Cabin, the Kinnikinnick Cabin, and the Equestrian Center.
The rustic elegance of our stone and timber Ranch Clubhouse brings modern luxury to the grand lodge tradition. The Ranch Clubhouse and its many luxury amenities are a big part of why Promontory is one of the most family friendly communities in Utah.
Promontory is pleased to announce the latest of it’s world-class amenities, “The Shed” Clubhouse, an architectural gem that is a fun-filled center of activity. “The Shed” is a 16,000+ square foot contemporary interpretation of an old mining shed, with the design guided by the use of rugged, timeless materials; and a color palette that connects the building with its surroundings.
Much like Promontory’s masterful 36 holes, nothing was overlooked in the creation of the club’s “19th hole.” The Pete Dye Clubhouse, standing majestically over the finishing 18th, is an architectural gem revealing an array of luxuries to soothe and restore foursomes following a round.
Whether it’s lounging on the expansive outdoor deck a midst panoramic vistas, browsing the latest styles at the fully stocked pro shop, or enjoying cocktails or an early dinner at the exclusive steakhouse Hearth, the Dye Clubhouse is one of the game’s finest indulgences.
When the Nicklaus Course Golf Clubhouse, debuts in 2015, it will establish an entirely new definition of clubhouse-luxe. Designed by John Sather of Scottsdale, Arizona-based Swaback Partners, the 17,000-square-foot clubhouse is anticipated to incorporate glass, contemporary-cut stone and steel, and be informed by the work of sculptor Alexander Calder. The architects are proficient at incorporating the principles of organic architecture from Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin School of Architecture, ensuring that the clubhouse appears to grow naturally from the terrain rather than dominating the topography. Here, architecture and nature seamlessly blend, and often erase the lines of indoors and out.
Exquisite interiors throughout the clubhouse by Donna Vallone of Vallone Designs will also push the boundaries of golf amenity design, bringing an ultra-luxe sensibility to the venue’s gathering spaces, restaurant and pro shop. Destined to garner its fair share of architectural accolades, this modern clubhouse may earn the reputation as the most forward-thinking “19th hole” to every grace a golf course.