Make Your Cosmetic Surgery a Vacation
- Posted on: Nov 15 2015
Ever wonder why people travel to distant locales to have a cosmetic procedure done? Well, one look at the beautiful mountains and historic charm of Park City, Utah, and you’ll understand why people come to Utah to have their procedure with Dr. Saltz in his Park City office.
Think about it. If you’re live someplace where the winter is less than appealing, you may want to get out, to take a vacation. Plus, if you have a cosmetic surgery, you’re going to have some downtime. Why not combine the two?
At Saltz, one of our goals is to make traveling patients feel welcome and to help them with whatever travel arrangements we can.
Why Park City?
Park City, Utah is a famous historic silver mining town. When silver was found just after the Civil War, the town quickly became a boomtown building the fortunes of future tycoons such as William Randolph Hearst. Today, that historic charm (the entire Old Town area is a registered Historic Site) is evident in the famous Main Street with its mix of quaint shops, bars, and restaurants.
Our Park City patients have myriad lodging choices for their recovery. Park City has everything from luxurious condos and homes to charming bed and breakfasts. Plus, there are 5-star hotels such as the St. Regis, the Montage, and Stein Eriksen Lodge.
Within the city limits there are two world-renowned ski resorts, Park City and Deer Valley. Park City recently became the largest single resort in the United States when Park City Mountain Resort and The Canyons became a single resort, Park City. Plus, you can ride the Olympic bobsled, cross-country ski on dozens of miles of trails, go for dogsled rides, and every other conceivable winter activity.
So, whether you come in before your procedure and enjoy a few days of skiing, or whether you simply come in, have your procedure, and then recover fireside, coming to Park City and Dr. Saltz is the only way to have your cosmetic procedure.
Call our Park City office at 435-655-6612 and let’s discuss your procedure options, along with your recovery vacation options.