"Bigger is better," is one of those phrases that will always be up for debate. But, if you agree with the slogan, then you'll want to check out this castle for rent in Utah. It's so big that you'll feel like a queen.

The Castle Home is conveniently located in Park City with ski-in and out access. There's definitely a hefty price tag to rent this space, and you'll have to book at least three nights minimum.

A weekend stay in January 2020 will cost around $6,430 a night. But with 22 guests max, you and your friends can rent it out together and split the cost. That's only $292 per night!

If you're looking for a unique place to host a bachelorette weekend or massive friend getaway, why not host it in a castle! 

Located on six acres of land, the home has six bedrooms, with each one bound to make you feel like royalty. With multiple living rooms, you can host a movie night in each one while relaxing by one of the various fireplaces. 

The main room has a 90-inch television. 

During the winter, you can crank up the hot tub on the private deck and enjoy amazing woodland views. 

The best part? The home is also kid-friendly, so you can bring the kiddos along too.      

Throughout the palace, the interior is decorated with arched windows and doorframes, marble floors, and walnut paneling walls. 

There's even a library with a bay window, where you can wind down with a glass of wine from the wine cellar or the wet bar. 

Whether you're looking for a unique stay or want to feel like a queen over the weekend, this is the perfect place. 

Utah Castle

Price per night: Around $6,430 for a three-night weekend minimum stay in January 2020 

Address: Park City, Utah (exact address provided upon booking)

Why You Need To Go: You and your friends can stay in a massive 16,000 square-foot castle home. 

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