When choosing a hotel in Salt Lake City, you'll first have to select your home-base location. In a city the size of Salt Lake, you'll have plenty of neighborhoods to choose from depending on the purpose of your visit. Whether you're in town for work, to visit family, or to relax and enjoy the mountain air, you'll find that the Salt Lake area has more than enough variety in accommodations to suit your tastes.
If you're coming to the Wasatch Front for business, you'll almost certainly stay in the downtown hotel district. With an enormous cluster of national brand and boutique giants, this corner of town offers large-scale hotels with no shortage of high-end rooms and business amenities. If you seek the finest of fine, look no further than the Grand America. This European-style boutique gem - Salt Lake City's only five-diamond lodging - would stand out in any city.
Those looking for top-notch services with a touch of fun will appreciate the Hotel Monaco, a fancy-frivolous hotel with the luxurious and fun overtones of its namesake country. Or if you're looking for high-end accommodations (but would like to spare your wallet a bit), consider instead staying at the Hilton Salt Lake City Center or the Marriott Salt Lake City Downtown.
If coming to Salt Lake City for reasons other than business, don't be afraid to venture farther afield. Regardless of season, you may enjoy a resort stay at Snowbird's Cliff Lodge or even Deer Valley's Stein Eriksen Lodge - another of Utah's rare five-diamond establishments.
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