Millcreek Inn is home to Utah's finest private events, gatherings, and celebrations, and has been serving Utah for more than twenty years. Countless memories have been shared among invited guests, from corporate functions to private celebrations, from weddings and receptions, to holiday parties. Located three miles into Millcreek Canyon, Millcreek Inn offers the best of Utah - charming facilities seamlessly integate into breath-taking canyon scenery, highly professional staff and service, and convenience to Salt Lake, Park City and the Utah Valleys. Each event matches the desires and styles of the host ' every event is special, and we work to make your function ' the event of the year'. All of Millcreek Inn's facilities are exclusively reserved for you and your guests ' and no one else.
The venue is amazing! Beautifu tree's, landscaping and lighting! The down fall.... Pure lack of communication between staff. Sasan is the only one who knows whats going on wich doesnt work when you have an entire staff running the show. Unfortunatley being yelled at by the new staff to hurry up and get ready because my guests are waiting for me was the straw that broke this camels back!
I think a lot of these poor reviews stem from individuals attempting to break Utah's liquor laws. Reprocussions for business owners are so severe in additions to heafty fines they could lose their license which can be detramental to their business operations. So to err on the side of the business owner I don't blam the staff for being firm on their stance. I coordinated a Christmas party at Millcreek Inn a couple years ago, I spoke with both the owner, Sessan, as well as his assistant at the time, Alyssan. They where wonderful to work with, very accomodating and workable. Our original guest count increased substantially by the time our final headcount was due, we almost didn't have enough room to make it fit but Sessan and his staff worked tirelessly to ensure that we would all fit, and fit comfortably, which they successfully made happen. They did such a wonderful job for the event, the scenery, the food, and the professionalism was outstanding. I was so impressed that I decided if I where ever to have a wedding, it would be there. 2 years later, I am now engaged and have a deposit set for this fall. I am super excited because I know exactly what to expect... I'll be back in 6-months for a follow up review to let you know how it went.
We met with Millcreek Inn a while back and were completely disappointed by the service. The owner (sessan) is very arrogant and made us feel like we knew nothing about weddings. The arrogance was annoying and totally turned me off. Also, the books they showed us were all torn up and didn't seem professional at all. The outdoor area seems beautiful but the indoor facilities reminded me of a gross ski lodge. Dirty carpet (especially in the Bride's room), outdated decor, ect. We followed up with them asking several questions and they always beat around the bush and belittled our requests. <br> <br>I am so glad I didn't book with them.... especially after reading the terrible reviews. I wouldn't even waste your time looking there. It's unfortunate that the service is so terrible because it's such a beautiful setting!
I am at a loss to understand the negativity in some of the below posts. I got married at Millcreek and although Sasan (the owner) may appear to some sensitive soles out there as curt, he is actually very attentive to detail and addressed certain things which my wife and I had overlooked. Sasan worked tirelessly with his staff to ensure that our day was perfect and that the mental picture we had matched what he was quoting for. Millcreek factored into the quote certain
I went to the Millcreek Inn for a wedding reception. The food and overall service was great. It was, however, overshadowed by the lack of professionalism of a man who claimed to be the owner. This man was short in stature with short, dark, curly hair. I'm using that description because I do not know his name or whether or not he is actually the owner. He will be referred to as ""the owner"". After a wonderful meal and socializing with close friends a few of us grabbed a few drinks from the open bar. All of us are of age and weren't asked for ID all night. A friend grabbed a glass of wine for his girlfriend and ""the owner"" felt that she looked too young to drink so he barked at my friend. He confiscated the drink and tried to chastise the two of them using very harsh language (I overheard it), to the point where my friend asked ""the owner"" to stop swearing at his girlfriend. He refused and proceeded to use the same harsh language until he felt he got his point across (read: beat a dead horse). He went as far to make this poor girl cry. At a wedding. Way to ruin the night. Word got to the groom and when he tried to make sense of the situation ""the owner"" lied through his teeth and denied the harsh tone and language. I am giving the place two stars based solely on the fact that everything else was great. I feel that the way management and/or ownership of an establishment interacts with customers is huge. I don't feel this ""owner"" deserves patronage to his establishment if this continues to be the way he treats his customers.
We had a magical experience at my daughter's wedding at Millcreek Inn. The staff, especially Sasan and Nicki, did everything to guarantee our celebration was successful. All our questions were answered promptly. Their suggestions for other vendors were absolutely appropriate. They went out of their way to schedule a special food tasting for us when we had issues with out of town family. Our guests raved about the food--seriously some of the best food EVER! Sasan treated our daughter and new son-in-law like royalty. Throughout the entire evening, both Nicki and Sasan kept us informed and helped make sure the celebration ran smoothly. They also made sure the grandparents, and parents were given special respect, right down to serving us individual appetizers immediately following the cocktail hour since we were so busy greeting guests, etc. All the special touches and QUALITY service and food made this an evening none of us will ever forget. Thank you to ALL the staff at Millcreek Inn. We will always treasure our experience with you.
I am in the middle of planning my wedding for next August. The first place I visited when looking for a venue was Millcreek Inn because of its quaint charm and because I had heard their food was wonderful. I fell in love with it the moment I got there. However, It was impossible for me to receive any further information about ANY questions I had that would have led to me signing the contract. I sent multiple emails and called several times with out getting my questions answered or a return phone call as promised. When I went there the first time I filled out their questionaire and they told me they would send me a quote the next day...2 weeks later and I still didn't have a quote even though I had asked them to send it to me 3 times. Finally they sent it over and it was completely wrong. It didn't include hardly ANYTHING we had discussed, so it was useless. I was very sad that I had to choose another place, but after reading the negative reviews on here, I am glad that I didn't find out that they had no customer services skills too late after I had signed the contract and given them $20K.
I would be very careful when evaluating this Venue for your wedding based on reviews...for all the reviews are being filtered, they will not display the negative experiences nor will the individual take the time to relay such info because it's such a pain and time. I am very frustrated that I made monetary commitment and about 2 weeks away from the big day, I made request to work with someone else and it was a big deal along with extra cost! How ridiculuous is that? I would be very wary unless they have more than one wedding coordinators that you can interview and find the one that best match your personality and that individual is professional and not making any hits on your finance! At the end, it was such a headache, I had the manager involved and he was not very helpful either, he stood by his worker, which to me is wrong because I'm the paying customer, why would I make such statement if it not perceived negatively? I'm paying for the service and I expect service. The manager at the end made promises that he didn't deliver like decorating the area where the judge perform. I must say that the manager is very rude, does not treat women with Respect - he may appears but if you are bold women who know what she wants, he doesn't like you challenging him...Just something to consider. P.S. Also, have friends who had horrible experience not only with the wedding coordinator but service itself. If you are considering this (don't get me wrong, very beautiful place and quaint), but seriously lack professionalism and service. I wouldn't pay for this place. I would have gone to another place up the street (Log Haven) but you can't when you had money down and you were only few weeks away from the big day!
I was shocked when I read the review below by dalishas. My husband and I had our wedding at Millcreek Inn this past year and we worked very closely with Allison. She did everything in her power to make sure that our wedding night was absolutely perfect. In fact, the entire staff was exceptionally professional and detail oriented. The office staff was extremely helpful throughout the planning process. It sounds like to me that dalishas is disgruntled and may have had unrealistic expectations-- bridezillas tend to have an attitude that they should be given everything they want for little money. Allison was wonderful and VERY personable. We even tipped her at the end of the evening because of how hard she worked to make our wedding a success- and that she did. \r <br>\r <br>On a side note, my friend is in the wedding industry and coordinators typically work grueling hours to plan events and weddings. A departure time of 9 pm, especially if all of the formalities are completed is not early.
I had my wedding At millcreek Inn on july 1st, It was amazing. They went out of thier way to make sure things ran smoothly, that we were happy, and comfortable. We really appreciated thier professionalism and attention to detail.\r <br>Thank you so much for all your hard work, you made our most important day memorable and unforgettable.