Salt Lake City Vacations
Salt Lake City Hotels
Whether you will be traveling for a family vacation in Salt Lake City, a business trip, or an outdoor adventure with your friends, finding the right place to stay can make all the difference. Here are some of our favorite hotels in Salt Lake City:
- Little America Hotel – With 850 guestrooms and suites, Little America is anything but small. Close to Pioneer Park and all downtown attractions, it’s in a great location for exploring the city, as well. With handcrafted furniture and rich fabrics in every room, you’ll sink into the lap of luxury after your day discovering Salt Lake’s hidden gems.
- Marriott City Center – Offering stunning views of the city with the lake to the west and Wasatch Mountains to the east, the Marriott is an excellent mix of location and luxury. Enjoy a stroll along Gallivan Plaza or Temple Square, attend a conference at the Salt Palace Convention Center, and check out a show at the Capital Theater—all within 2 blocks of your richly appointed guestroom.
- The Peery Hotel an Ascend Hotel Collection Member – This historic boutique hotel—built in 1910—offers stately rooms, antique decor, and upscale amenities. Enjoy a delicious breakfast made from locally sourced, farm-fresh ingredients before hitting the slopes at one of the area’s ski resorts. After you’ve conquered the mountain, unwind on your Tempur-Pedic bed before starting tomorrow’s adventure.
- Airport Inn Hotel – Located 3 miles from Salt Lake International Airport and downtown, this hotel is an ideal option if you are planning to spend most of your time in mountains outside of the city as opposed to visiting the attractions downtown. If you flight arrives in the morning, you can spend the entire afternoon carving tracks in the snowy hillside. After a long day in the mountains, soothe out the knots with a relaxing session in the hot tub before trading the winter wonderland for dreamland on your pillow-top mattress.
Many Salt Lake City vacations include visits to Temple Square and the architectural masterpieces that surround it. The Salt Lake Temple was constructed over a four-decade period, with workers bringing the granite blocks to the site by wagon. The Tabernacle inside Temple Square is architecturally stunning, and tour guides have been known to drop paper clips a hundred feet from visitors to demonstrate the space's impressive acoustics. Get even more from your Salt Lake City getaway by choosing car rentals that address your needs. Take off for the Wasatch Mountains and explore historic Park City, along with sports venues from the 2002 Winter Olympics. Outdoor lovers, like yourself, often feel right at home in Big Cottonwood Canyon. View waterfalls and even an occasional moose against a backdrop of brilliant green cottonwood trees and soaring cliffs where profuse displays of wildflowers greet the springtime traveler.
Recurring Festivals and Events
Every June, the Utah Arts Festival attracts thousands of visitors to Library Square to enjoy live music, dancing, and street theater. Food vendors feature many locally sourced items from caramel candy to olive oil. Sample world cuisines like Japanese and Greek while you peruse the creations of talented visual artists. Or visit during the Salt Lake City Jazz Festival, an annual July event that attracts nationally-known musicians to the Gallivan Center in the heart of downtown.
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Accommodation in Salt Lake City
The state capital of Utah has 137 accommodations that you can book via Travelocity's Salt Lake City lodging guide.
The offerings at the Alta Peruvian Lodge and the Cliff Lodge and Spa will stimulate your interest, should you be after a top-notch stay. On the other hand, the Inn at Solitude or the Solitude Condominiums provide visitors with good old fashioned comfort at a budget friendly price.