The Week Of April 18, 2022
Our weekly newsletter for all things Promontory!
Village Clubhouse, Pool, & Playground Refresh - Update
The planned remodel work at the Village Clubhouse, pool and playground has begun. We will continue to post updates as the work commences. Due to the nature of construction, there may be some modifications to the schedule below. We will do all we can to keep as much open as possible during construction. A few important items to note:
- The locker rooms will be under construction for two weeks beginning today, April 18th. New plumbing fixtures, shower tile, and swimsuit spinners are being installed. The family restroom downstairs as well as the men’s and women’s restrooms upstairs will remain open during construction.
- The Village Clubhouse spa will be closed from April 21st – April 30th. The Lavender Spa will be open with a limited menu available. View the menu here
- The weight room will be closed for 3 days from April 19th – 21st for work on the ceiling beams. During this timeframe the cardio room will still be open, and the Nicklaus Fitness will have extended hours until 8pm. For these three days the Nicklaus Fitness room will be available to all members.
- The Village family pool and hot tubs are now drained and will be closed for approximately 6 weeks to allow for replastering, coping repairs, construction of new atrium support beams, atrium work including the installation of the new Nanowall system, and refinish of the wood work.
- The Kids’ Club playground is being re-done with new equipment and a new rubberized surface. In preparation for the installation that will begin in early May, the existing equipment was removed last week and the site is being prepared for some concrete edging and gravel underlayment. Please pardon our dust! It is going to be a wonderful new upgrade for our Promontory Kids.
We tried to time these important upgrades during “mud season” – between end of ski season and Memorial Day – so as to disrupt as little club usage as possible. Thanks for your patience as we work to keep our amenities in top shape for our members.
Letter from the Conservancy
Water-Wise Community Efforts
If you have not done so already, please take a few minutes to read about The Conservancy’s efforts in making Promontory a water-wise community. Please note that our Design Guidelines have been updated to reflect new requirements for water-wise landscaping as well. Some action may be required on your part.
Happening This Week
End of Ski Season Lodge Update
Both Lodges have closed for the season.
Gear pick up will be available at both lodges from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm through Sunday, April 25th. ALL ski and snowboard and personal belongings must be cleared by then.
Please note: Beginning today, April 18th, northbound/downhill travel on Marsac Avenue will be detoured at Wheaton Way, to Royal Street, to Deer Valley Drive. Barricades will be placed at Wheaton Way with detour signs directing traffic to alternate route. For more details on click the link below.
Peak Closed for Spring Deep Cleaning
he Peak will be closed for one week beginning today, Monday, April 18th –
Tuesday, April 26th for our scheduled seasonal deep cleaning and repairs.
The Hearth will be open regular operating hours during this time, in addition to Sunday, April 24th while the Peak is closed.
Tuesday – Saturday | 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Passover Specials at The Hearth
Available Tuesday, April 19th – Saturday, April 23rd
Individual Serving – $24
Family Style (Serves 4-6 People) – $96
Braised Brisket and Vegetables (Shallots, Parsnips, Carrots)
Latkes with Honey Crisp Applesauce and Coconut Macaroons
À La Carte:
Coconut Macaroons (1/2 Dozen) – $12
Matzo Ball Soup (Quart) – $15
Family-style meals will need to be ordered 24 hours in advance.
Contact the Reservations Desk at (435) 333-4004 to place your order!
Earth Day Community Clean Up
This Friday, April 22nd
Equestrian Center parking lot at 9:00 am
With the snow melting, we are seeing more and more trash appearing from underneath. We want to use Earth Day as a way to get outside, so we are hosting a volunteer community clean up!
We will provide gloves, bags, and complimentary donuts for our volunteers.
Contact Joe Ellis if you’d like to volunteer.
New This Week
Celebrate Fourth of July at Promontory!
Mark your calendars! This year’s Fourth of July week is staked full of memorable experiences and events for families, friends, and new connections!
Reservations & details will become available for events as we get closer.
Thursday, April 28th
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm | Double Deer
Join us at our next Member Mixer – This is a great opportunity to get to know some of you fellow members, make some new friends and even reconnect with old ones!
Appetizers and soft drinks included.
Beer and wine will be available for purchase.
Please RSVP below or contact Reservations at (435) 333-4004.
Trisha Conrad, Head Concierge
Trisha Conrad is our Concierge Manager and has been with Promontory for three and a half years. She comes to us from Birmingham, Alabama and she loves to remind members that she is a ROLL TIDE Fan (but not an obnoxious one). She is very passionate about her Southern Hospitality background and prior to Promontory she was in the Hotel Industry for 39 years. Most of her career was spent in Birmingham, Alabama in the banquet departments and in operations. Her feather in her cap was when she was the opening General Manager of The Hotel Telluride in Telluride, Colorado in 2001.
She considers the members at Promontory family and is so touched how everyone has made her feel so welcomed from day one. Since she was not able to have children, her staff is like her children, and she thinks of herself as “Mama Bear”. She feels very fortunate to spend the last chapter of her career at Promontory Club and is and is enjoying her best single life in Park City.
Dining Reminder for Social Members
As we head into golf season, we wanted to remind our members that the Nicklaus Clubhouse and the Peak are full member only amenities during golf season. Outside of golf season, Social Members may dine in the Peak within a 48 hour reservation window. (The Nicklaus Painted Valley Course is scheduled to open May 13th).
The Promontory Foundation
Pivotal Group’s CEO and founder and developer of Promontory, Francis Najafi, spearheaded the formation of this foundation in 2006 to help serve the unmet needs of the Park City Community in the areas of Social Services and Arts and Culture. To date, the Promontory Foundation has had a $4.75 million impact on the community through its donations and required matching grants. 2021 was our best fundraising event to date, raising $330,000 that was donated to 27 different local non-profits.
Save the Date
We are excited to announce that the annual Promontory Foundation fundraising dinner and concert will be on Saturday, July 2nd at the Shed Amphitheater beginning at 6:30pm. We have hired Who’s Bad, a Michael Jackson tribute band, for the entertainment. It will be a high energy show with all of your classic MJ songs. More details to come.
Join the Promontory Foundation Board
If you are interested in serving on our Promontory Foundation Board or would be willing to help with one of the committees, please click the link below to read the full letter and submit your statement of interest.
In Case You Missed It
Chase Cardoza, Chef de Cuisine
Chef Chase joined our Promontory team in late 2021 from the small town of Red Lodge, Montana, where the Beartooth Mountains and Yellowstone National Park were his playground. He loves the outdoors: an avid skier; fisher; camper; hiker; and consumer of fine literature, food, and beverage. Growing up on a small ranch surrounded by an abundance of heirloom ingredients and open-range livestock, Chase developed a deep passion for heritage farming and ranching. This passion led to a dedication for top-tier ingredients that showcase local bounties of the culture and landscape wherever work has taken him. Over the last twenty years he has honed his skills within every facet of the service industry, working for a multitude of different restaurants and concepts. Most notably, Chase has served alongside the gastronomic geniuses of Bodega + The Rest, Current Fish & Oyster, The Ranch at Rock Creek, and the Montana Ale Works. He has worked alongside Michelin Starred and James Beard Nominated Chefs, while being just as comfortable slinging breakfast from a Mom-and-Pop Diner. Currently, Chase is assisting the culinary team at The Shed as he prepares to open the Beach Club for yet another exciting summer. He’s always happy to chat with members and find ways to improve your experience at the Promontory Club!
Indulge Your Senses at The Spa with Naturopathica Treatments
Naturopathica was founded on the belief that herbalism, naturopathic medicine, and holistic wellness should be coupled with cutting edge science to offer deeper, well-rounded beauty with the healing power of nature.
15% off 50 or 80 minute Naturopathica facials
10% off 60 or 90 minute Alpine Arnica Therapeutic massage
15% off Naturopathica Body Rituals
10% off Naturopathica products
Enjoy our limited Spa menu at the Lavender Spa at Double Deer between April 21st – April 30th, while the Village Spa and Clubhouse are being renovated.
A limited menu will be available during this time.
To book your treatment, contact the Spa at (435) 333-4210 or email below.
Kids' Club 4-12 April Camps & Activities
Tuesdays: Spring STEAM
Spring themed STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts & Math) challenges.
Wednesday: Photography Days
Discover spring through the eye of a lens!
Thursday: Creation Camp
Use objects found around the cabin to make your own artistic pieces
Fridays: Cooking Camp
Calling all chefs! Learn new recipes and make your own recipe book.
Check out all the upcoming camps & activities below.
For any questions and to sign up, contact Britney Staples at
(435) 333-4050 or click the link below.
Golf Tee Times
Tee times and tournament sign-ups for the 2022 Golf Season are now open.
Online tee times can be made from the Member Site or the Promontory App.
When booking a tee time on the Promontory App, please enter all names of Members and Guests in your group.
Tee time restrictions to keep in mind:
- When booking a tee time on the Promontory App, please enter all names of Members and Guests in your groupTee time restrictions to keep in mind:
- Memberships may have up to 8 tee times scheduled at any one time and up to 4 tee times in one week.
- As is customary with mature golf communities, tee times that are booked as a single, twosome or threesome are likely to be paired with other members looking to play at a similar time. Take this opportunity to get to know your fellow members and make some new golf friends!
- In the event that a Member makes a tee time and “No Shows” that tee time, that Member will be charged 4,18-hole cart fees ($100). The next time that Member “No Shows” a tee time, that Member will be unable to book advanced tee times. Please be courteous and cancel in advance so that those tee times will be available to your fellow members and do not get wasted.
Tournament sign-ups for the 2022 Golf Season are now open.
Sign up via Golf Genius below.
2022 Book of Golf
We have updated our BOOK of GOLF!
Everything you need to know about the Promontory golf experience.
Read the 2022 Book of Golf below!
Golf Fitness Personal Training
Session with Garrett
Get ready for the golf season! Garrett is a NASM certified personal trainer who specializes in golf fitness. You will improve your range of motion, flexibility, balance, and build strength.
Contact Garrett Head at (601) 520-5555 or email below to book.
Private Pilates Reformer
Session with Marisa Ball
Come find out why people love the Pilates reformer! The reformer helps develop functional and sustainable movement patterns to improve strength, flexibility, mobility, balance, and range of motion.
Contact Marisa Ball at (435) 901-9935 or email below to book.
April Hours of Operation
Alpine Lodge at Deer Valley
Open Daily | 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Closes for the season on April 17th
PC Lodge at Park City Mountain
Open Daily | 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Closes for the season on April 17th
The Village Clubhouse (formerly Ranch Clubhouse)
Open Daily | 6:00 am – 8:00 pm
(NOTE: Locker room, weight room and pool renovations will be ongoing April 9th – May 25th. Certain amenities will be unavailable during that time but the Club will keep as much of the Clubhouse open and operating during the renovations as possible. The family pool will be closed beginning April 9th but the Adult pool will be reopened by April 11th).
The Boutique (formerly Ranch Club Sports Shop)
Open Daily | 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Village Adult Pool – Opens April 11th
The Village Spa & Lavender Spa
Thursday – Sunday | 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Reservation Desk at Double Deer
Open Daily | 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday – Saturday | 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Closed Sunday & Monday
Closed April 10th – April 18th
Open on Sunday, April 24th
Wednesday – Sunday | 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Closed Monday & Tuesday
Closed April 18th – April 26th
The Shed – Open Daily
7:00 am – 11:00 am | Full Breakfast
11:00 am – 12:00 pm | Small Bites Menu
12:00 pm – 9:00 pm | Lunch & Dinner Service
9:00 pm – 10:00 pm | Small Bites Menu
Shed Lanes (Bowling alley)
Open Daily | 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Lane reservations recommended
Kids’ Club 4-12
(formerly the Kids’ Kinnikinnick Cabin)
Tuesday – Saturday | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Open Daily | 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
Movie Nights at The Shed Cinema
Daily Showings at 2:00 pm, 4:30 pm, & 7:00 pm
Ask a Shed Server for complimentary popcorn.
Indoor Activities at The Shed
Enjoy great Winter programming offerings in the Shed Sports Court: we are excited to offer select times for both indoor pickleball and indoor volleyball, along with our fitness classes. Please refer to the following schedule which will be posted weekly in The Wire for easy reference.
You can download the schedule below.
Dining at Promontory
Reservation Office Hours
Open Daily | 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Contact the reservations office at (435) 333-4004 or email them here to book your reservation.
We welcome walk-in dining in our outlets and do our best to accommodate with available space. Please call ahead if you have a large party (8 or more) so we may better prepare for your arrival and avoid any delays in accommodating you.
Shed Reservation Policy
In an effort to manage our holiday usage, we implemented some temporary reservation guidelines at The Shed. Thanks for your cooperation and patience. After reviewing typical member use patterns and evaluating how to best serve our members with the greatest opportunity to dine, we have updated and simplified our Shed reservation guidelines as follows:
Please make a reservation for parties of 8 or more. All other parties will be seated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please contact Shed Manager at (435) 333-4608 for parties of 15 or more.
View The Menus Below:
- Click Here for The Shed Menus
- Click Here for The Peak Menus
- Click Here for The Hearth Menu
No Corkage Fee Nights
- The Hearth – No corkage fee is Tuesday
- The Peak – No corkage fee is Wednesday
Hearth & Peak Restaurant Reservation Cancellation Policy
- Cancellations need to be made either by using the Promontory App or by emailing email@example.com.
- Cancellations are accepted up to 12:00 pm on the day of the reservation.
- Reservations can only be honored up to 20 minutes past the reservation time.
- A No-Show fee of $25 per person up to $100 will be applied to your member account if the reservation is not canceled and no one from your group comes to the restaurant at the time of the reservation.
Grab & Go Breakfast at The Shed
Stop in before your day on the slopes to grab a breakfast burrito or breakfast sandwich, all for $8. Customizable with bacon, sausage, or no meat. Breakfast and complimentary coffee/tea are available daily from 7:00 am – 11:00 am.
Dining Dress Code
The following dress code is to be observed in the dining rooms. We request collared shirts (regular or banded) with sleeves or a nice sweater/dress turtleneck or mock neck for gentlemen and blouses for women when dining in the Hearth Grill or The Peak. Slacks, shorts, dresses, or skirts of mid-thigh length are considered appropriate dining attire as well as jeans or denim pants. No headwear may be worn in The Peak or The Hearth Grille dining rooms after 5:00 pm. Dress Hats when part of the ensemble will be permitted. Flip flops are not permitted in either dining room. Your comfort is a priority; however, we would like to maintain the elegance of our club dining experience.