Last November we were gifted with a hotel voucher for a night at the Zermatt Resort (an awesome, Swiss-themed hotel near Park City, UT).
It was fun to pretend we made it to Europe for a weekend!
Warming up by the fire in the entryway.
We were also given a gift card to eat dinner at the fancy steakhouse there at the resort.
They had magical potatoes that were so good!
We splurged a little for the fondue platter. Excellent choice.
The entire resort is built on top of a huge thermal water source. There are all sorts of these collapsed caves leading straight into the deep, hot water below. There is a huge cave on the property that you can walk into and swim in as well. (The pool area inside the hotel has hot springs pools throughout too. It was really fun!)
Caitlin had a hard time with the fact that the Zermatt Bakery was already closed when we arrived. She had to wait ALL THE WAY until breakfast for her pastries.
It snowed the next morning for us--adding authenticity to our "Swiss" vacation!
Unfortunately the cold weather resulted in the mini golf course being closed. We were looking forward to reviving our recently dormant putting skills from when we had a year pass to a fun center.
It was the center of everything: just a few thousand miles from any city you could want to see!
We had such a good time and were so grateful for the opportunity to explore our backyard!