How To Do Sundance in Haute Style

The Sundance Film Festival
The Sundance Film Festival

Photo Credit: The Sundance Film Festival

The Sundance Film Festival is fast approaching, and the sleepy streets of Park City, Utah, will soon become a crowded mecca, overflowing with celebrities, entertainment folk and film lovers alike.

While many crowd into overflowing vacation rentals, fly coach, and desperately try to get on the guest list for any party, not everyone has to travel that way.

XOJet, in fact, is offering a package that includes a stay at the Washington School House Hotel, exclusive tickets to An Artist At The Table event, which includes a cocktail reception prior to the Day One film screening, reserved seating at the premiere, as well as the rare opportunity to dine and converse with Sundance Institute artists, and private chauffeured roundtrip airport service. XOJet’s partner, Element Lifestyle, provides customized assistance in booking specialized experiences for participants when they’re not viewing films.

If you’re affluent, there’s no need for community housing: simply book a room at the five-star Stein Eriksen Lodge, or, one of our very favorite hotels in the world, the luxe Montage Deer Valley.

Sundancers who need a quick pitstop from the action during the day don’t need to hike all the way back to their hotel, either: thanks to Acura, they can enjoy complimentary Intelligentsia coffee, KCRW-hosted music and complimentary Stella Artois during the festival.

Finally, gourmands don’t have to fight for reservations at Riverhorse on Main or Glitretind Restaurant thanks to Grey Goose, who is hosting its annual evening “Blue Door” dinners for luxe insiders lucky enough to attend.

Happy haute Sundancing!