Convenient to shopping and cultural attractions, this centrally located Salt Lake City hotel is 1 mile from Temple Square, 3 miles from the University of Utah, ...
My family stayed here twice bookending our tour of Utah. Both rooms in the garden area were very clean but older. Beds were not the most comfortable but acceptable. Everything was great during the first stay. On the second, I found out that there was not an elevator in our building, although there ...
The Airport Inn Hotel is located about 3 miles from both Salt Lake International Airport (SLC) and the Downtown Salt Lake City area.
This hotel is next to the airport and provides a 24 hour shuttle. Handy for late night arrival. The service was friendly even at midnight! It's pretty basic but in good shape, safe and clean.
Situated in the business district, this aparthotel is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Jungle Jim's Playland and within 3 mi (5 km) of Pebblebrook Golf Course and Fashion ...
Affordable rate and decent hotel. Hallways and doors look super out dated so the room was better than expected.
Located in Downtown Salt Lake City, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Natural History Museum of Utah, Red Butte Garden and Arboretum, and University of Utah. ...
People were great and very friendly. The room had Box Elder flies in it which they need to get rid of.
Located across from the Salt Palace Convention Center, this hotel is within walking distance of the Family History Library and Temple Square.
I was in Salt Lake city for work related conference at the Kelvin Rampton Convention center, so chose the Salt Lake Plaza Hotel. I took the Trax green-line train from the airport and it drops you right in front of the Plaza Hotel. The convention center, the city Creek mall and the magnificent Temple ...
Situated in Salt Lake City, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of FastKart Indoor Speedway and Wairhouse Trampoline Park. Desert Star Playhouse and Golf In the ...
I had to fly to Salt Lake City on a whim due to my mother passing away unexpectedly. I used Orbitz for a bundle of Airfare, Hotel and Rent a Car. The hotel on their website that was the cheapest (I was really strapped for money and trying to be frugal) was the Baymont Inn & Suites. The pictures on ...
Situated in Salt Lake City, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Wingpointe Golf Course, Clark Planetarium, and The Gateway. Tabernacle and Salt Lake Temple ...
Need a place to get to the airport. Have stayed in the area before but never here . Was impressed by the staff, rooms and food. Would definitely stay here again.
This downtown Salt Lake City hotel is 4 blocks from Salt Palace Convention Center and 6 blocks south of Temple Square.
A great and reasonably priced location to walk to the Salt Palace Convention Center, downtown shopping mall, Temple Square and the Utah State Capitol. The Denny's restaurant 1/2 block away is friendly, reasonable and excellent.
Located in Downtown Salt Lake City, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, Clark Planetarium, and Tabernacle. The Gateway and ...
Great stay and private we had a really nice stay Got there with no problems
This 12-story downtown Salt Lake City hotel is 4 blocks from the Salt Palace Convention Center, 6 blocks south of Temple Square, and 31 miles from world-class ...
I would recommend this hotel to others. Easy to get around downtown and close to restaurants
Nestled in a valley and surrounded by the Rocky Mountains, Salt Lake City is the largest town in Utah. The Great Salt Lake, once admired and forever immortalized in the work of Ansel Adams, sits just to the northeast of Salt Lake City.
A perfect blend of city life and rural activities, the town offers countless hikes, beautiful lakes and the proclaimed best snow on earth. Whether you're on the hunt for beautifully-designed architecture or some of the world's most picturesque mountains, Salt Lake City is an ideal destination.
The weather is beautiful year-round in Salt Lake City, if you don't mind a little snow during the winter. Summers reach highs of about 90 degrees during the peak, never too hot to go exploring what the surrounding mountains have to offer. During the winter, temperatures have a low of approximately 27, perfect weather for enjoying coffee and hot cocoa by the fireplace inside one of the many nearby ski resorts.
The fall seasons are gloriously beautiful, with leaves of every imaginable color falling from the trees that line the streets of an architecturally wondrous city. Enjoy walks through quaint shopping centers like those in the Sugar House area.
Although Salt Lake City has something to offer during any season, the summer is one of the best times for festivals. The Twilight Music Festival, featuring cheap concerts within the downtown park, occurs every Thursday during July and August. During the mornings and afternoons, this same park hosts a farmers market during the mornings and early afternoons.
Aside from the many festivals, the summer is also the perfect time for exploring the many hiking trails through canyons and around the lakes surrounding Salt Lake City. Some of these nature spots most loved by locals are Donut Falls, Little Cottonwood Canyon and Red Pine Lake. All of these hikes are small enough to take a break from business for a day filled with nature and exploration.
The arrival of winter is also a great time to visit Salt Lake City. From late November to early June, ski resorts are open. Whether you choose a season pass or a weekend pass, most Salt Lake City hotels will usually offer discounts or shuttle services to ski lifts. Salt Lake City's downtown area has free parking during the month of December for Christmas celebrations.
Downtown is decorated with beautiful lights during the holiday season, making walks between business buildings, hotels and shopping venues nearly magical. The Gallivan Center gets turned into an outdoor skating rink during this season as well. With a hot cocoa and coffee stand right next to the rink, bring the novelty of this season into full effect.
Quality Salt Lake City hotels can be found in many different districts. If you're looking for a more city-based experience, downtown is a great place to stay. Pub crawls, night clubs and malls are all within walking distance of Salt Lake's largest business buildings. Downtown is also perfect for anyone interested in history and keen to study the local architecture, as most of the best historic buildings are within walking distance of downtown hotels.
Cottonwood Canyon is a great place for a nature lover to stay. Sitting right where the mountain reaches the valley, the view of Salt Lake Valley from these hotels is beautiful. Because Cottonwood Canyon is on the east side, these hotels usually offer west-facing balconies. This way, guests can enjoy their evening meals with beautiful views of the sunset across snowcapped mountains.
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