Concierge.com's insider take:
When many of us think of Park City, it's not skiing that's on our minds. Our thoughts turn to Bob, his festival, and all that Hollywood pizzazz generated in such a small community. Sundance is the spot to sponge up that energy, with up-and-coming directors in the lobby, unsold screenplays scattered across the coffee tables, and the opportunity to catch a glimpse of Robert Redford himself. There's a constant rotation of readings, screenings, and workshops. The small but excellent, 450-acre private slopes on the grounds are also pretty darn inviting: The odds of leaving first tracks are high. As for the lodging, the 105 Native American–themed rooms and homes are right on the edge of being too much (Navajo rugs are everywhere), but any place that helped launch Quentin Tarantino's career is bound to retain a detached auteur cool.