Long before its first ski resort opened in 1963, Park City was a thriving mining town filled with residents in need of such necessities as banks, hospitals and schools. Though the local mining industry is long gone, remnants of its heyday remain, including this former school house. Built in 1889, the limestone building is now home to just twelve guest rooms. From its reclaimed wood floors and elegant velvet furnishings to its private art collection and antiques from around the world, it is a bastion of vintage chic. A hearty farmers market breakfast is served in one of the old classrooms, and luxe amenities include a ski valet and in-room massage. As for the warm hospitality, it's sure to make you feel like the teacher's pet.