10Best Salt Lake City, UT Hotels
For fine accommodations in Salt Lake City, you won't find a better hotel than the Grand America. Although Utah has many first-rate hotels, you'd be hard-pressed to find another with Italian marble bathrooms and English wool carpets in every room.
New & Notable Salt Lake City Hotels
Hot, new hotels in Salt Lake City & notable places to stay this month.
You’re not in the mood to stay at a bed & breakfast. You prefer hotels, but you appreciate local charm. Often these preferences leave people with few options. Luckily for Salt Lake City’s visitors, the Peery Hotel, located in central Downtown, offers the perfect blend of hotel-style lodging and small-scale, boutique atmosphere. Read more »All New & Notable Salt Lake City Hotels »
Salt Lake City’s Downtown district is filled with large-scale hotels. Yet of all these hotels, only an elite few seem to win accolades year after year. Of this topflight group, Grand America is consistently the winningest of all. Designed in the tradition of Europe’s fine boutique hotels, the 24-story Grand America recently added to its encyclopedia of awards when Travel & Leisure added it to its “Top 500 Best Hotels in the World” list. Read more »All New & Notable Salt Lake City Hotels »
About Salt Lake City, UT Hotels
When it comes to lodging, Salt Lake City offers its guests an incredible variety of options. Perhaps you’re in town for business. In that case, you’ll likely stay one of the many large-scale hotels in the Downtown district. Ranging mid-level to ultra-luxury, these hotels place guests within casual walking distance of all Downtown attractions and businesses, and typically provide shuttles to and from the airport - less than 10 minutes away.
If your business or pleasure requires you frequent other parts of the city, you’ll find plenty of choices - mostly of the national chain and b & b variety - dispersed throughout the Salt Lake Valley.
Those visiting to play in the mountains will enjoy a vast selection of hotels and condominiums at the resorts of Little and Big Cottonwood canyons. These resorts, which are open for business year round, will just as happily reserve a slope-side room for your ski vacation, as they will for your mountain biking trip.
- Salt Lake City Expert Christine Balaz