'Ritziest resort' caters to Utah guests with 'yen' for privacy

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  • safetownusa Salt Lake, UT
    May 5, 2014 8:29 a.m.

    Dear LovelyDeseret,
    Since you don't know the names of anyone who stays at the resort, how do you know they don't already spend their money helping the less fortunate. Remember that the article stated that their are more employees at the resort than their are guests. If no one stayed at the resort the employees working there wouldn't have jobs and these employees could be the less fortunate people that you are talking about. It is not your right or mine or the government to tell people how they can or should spend their money. Do you want someone telling you that you shouldn't spend your money to buy a specific type of food, to visit a specific restaurant, to buy a certain car, to go watch a movie or to contribute to a charitable cause that you care about? Be careful how you tell others how to spend their money because there are always people who will want to control how you spend your money.

  • LovelyDeseret Gilbert, AZ
    May 4, 2014 9:34 p.m.

    I wish these wealthy Hollywood people would spend their money on helping the less fortunate instead of a few nights on these over extravagant resorts.

  • Sean Jackson Provo, UT
    May 3, 2014 12:15 p.m.


    I wish I could live my life like this. It's only lonely if you are alone. Being remote and alone are different. I'd prefer to be near friends and family, but in the middle of nowhere. Good company is better than a lot of company.

    Remote and good neighbors means you can enjoy socializing when you want or retire to your own bubble and do your thing. It's a good recipe.

  • BYUalum South Jordan, UT
    May 2, 2014 7:50 p.m.

    This sounds very lonely and desolate, but then I have never been a celebrity.