Once an underwhelming B&B in the center of Park City, the property shut down and, under new ownership, reopened as a totally renovated boutique hotel in December 2011. The former 1889 schoolhouse, made of quarried limestone, maintains its historical authenticity while reimagining the stunning interior. The design team crafted 12 suites and rooms within the original structure, one of which has a soaring 16-foot-high ceiling (called the "16-Foot-High Ceiling Room," fittingly enough). Other rooms have chandeliers or modern art and/or antique furniture. And if you want to lounge in the room for a while, the staff provides iPads fully stocked with movies. School is in!