I have to say, finding your place on Craig’s List was a big determining factor for coming to Ogden vs. our annual trip to Park City. I prefer not to stay in a ‘typical’ hotel room, as I’m sure you yourself can relate to, and I just wasn’t finding anything desirable in Ogden or the surrounding valley. You guys have done a fabulous job with The Grand and I hope you continue re-vamping the town on a grander scale. I think it will help considerably with promoting tourism there. I’m sure we’ll want to come back next season, so I’ll be in touch about a future stay.

-Shari from Maryland.

The Grand is just that. My wife and daughter were so pleased when we first entered, and we grew to appreciate it even more as the week went on. The living area is so large and the bedrooms are well removed so that if someone is in the living room you don’t even hear them. This would be a great place for 3 couples as they could each have there privacy and yet have more than ample space to be congregate. In over 30 years of renting ski accommodations this is one of the nicest we have found.

-Dave from Minnesota

We could not have found any place comparable to the Grand. It was our 2nd anniversary, and it could not have been more special. The place was absolutely perfect with the cozy fire, and all the amenities we needed to cook dinner ourselves. We would definitely stay here and only here if we come to Ogden again.

-Scott from Washington

We loved staying at the Grand! It is wonderful to be right down town, and in such a fabulous space. The view out every window is great—between the charming downtown and the dramatic snowy peaks.  The space itself is perfect. After walking across the street for a great breakfast. We took our three year old down the street to the train station and museum. He loved both the model trains and the real engines parked outside. We definitely plan to return to Ogden and the Grand.

-Ashley from Arkansas

With only one trip to the Wasatch this winter we wanted to do it right. Staying at the Grand right there on Historic 25th street was about as good as it gets. Walk to bars and restaurants at night and then an easy stroll back to our pad for some r & r. The next morning we we’re up at Snowbasin in a half hour skiing 18″ of the greatest snow on Earth. Can’t wait to do it again.

-Mark from Moab