People come from around the globe to visit Salt Lake City for diverse reasons. Some come for business trips, others to research their genealogy at the Family Research Library, and still others to attend the conferences of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. And many guests come for the area's fantastic skiing, mountain biking, and golfing. Whether you're staying at a Hilton or at the Peery, you'll discover that Salt Lake's hotel industry knows how to serve any type of traveler.
Salt Lake City's downtown hotels span quite a price range, and contain both national chain options and locally owned, boutique establishments. You'll immediately recognize many of the city's hotels as belonging to national and international corporations, yet will also find a handful of family-owned hotels in the mix.
Hotels in the downtown district range from rather basic, roughly $80-a-night establishments, up to ultra-deluxe, as-expensive-as-you-could-imagine accommodations. Most stand somewhere in between these extremes, providing mid-level and high-end accommodations for moderate prices.
Though Salt Lake City does offer public transportation, you may want to keep in mind walking distances between your hotel and various attractions or conference centers when making your reservation. Given Salt Lake's large city blocks, a hotel standing only eight city blocks from a destination sits more than one mile away from it. And for those driving: though parking in Salt Lake City is not nearly as challenging as in more major cities, it can still prove tricky to tackle efficiently during business and peak dining hours.
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