In our Winter/Spring 2017 issue, we were happy to report that one of Main Street's historic treasures, the Imperial Hotel, was being revived by Seth Adams, chef and co-owner at Riverhorse on Main, and would be home to his latest endeavor Riverhorse Provisions.
The Imperial wasn't just getting a cute new café, however. The hotel, itself, has received a slick new attic-to-basement makeover and has finally opened its doors for guests. With a luxury penthouse, intimate meeting space, and Riverhorse Provisions gourmet market, and an inclusive concierge service, the multi-service property offers not only top-tier accommodations, but is perfect for private events. Its prime Main Street locale makes it a perfect base for a car-free vacation in Park City; just hop on the trolley and you can take Town Lift to Park City Mountain or head over to the Main Street transit hub to get a free ride anywhere else around town. With warmer weather well on its way, don't forget that the fabulous fresh treats from Riverhorse Provisions are your ticket to gourmet picnics for all those summer hikes and concerts.
We're sure the Imperial House, which opened its doors for the first time more than 110 years ago (1904), will be around for many years to come. Here's a peak inside what the newly renovated property has to offer.