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.
Christine Balaz began her unexpected writing career in Salt Lake City with her first book on Wasatch Skiing and Travel in 2006. On the subject of Utah, Christine has written numerous travel books, iPhone apps, and never-ending web content. As a rock climber, outdoors enthusiast and insatiable explorer, Christine has journeyed through nearly every corner of Utah, and... Read More