5 star hotels in Woods Cross, UT

1. Hilton Salt Lake City Center (4-star hotel)

About this hotel

This modern conference hotel is a 4-minute walk from the Salt Palace Convention Center and 2.7 miles to the Utah Museum of Natural History.All rooms (some with mountain views) offer sophisticated decor and custom-designed beds, plus minifridges, flat-screen TVs and WiFi (fee). Suites add separate sitting or living areas with sofa sleepers.A buffet breakfast is available, and there’s also a steakhouse restaurant and a cafe. Other amenities include a business center and over 24,000 sq ft of meeting space, plus an indoor pool and a fitness center.

Things You Need to Know

  • The rooms have minibars and TVs
  • Walking distance to the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art and Temple Square
  • Some guests complained about the kitchenettes
  • Some guests complained about the bathrooms
  • 11 min drive to Salt Lake City International Airport
  • Guests liked “Steakhouse”, mentioned 34 times in reviews
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a casino
  • Guests liked the indoor pool and the hot tub

Feedback From Real Customers

Jamie Burchfield

Our room wasn’t really clean I found dog hair under my pillow in the middle of the night The bathroom had the smell of hint of puke when steamy

The pool area and work out rooms were also used during our stay They were in good repairThe Steakhouse Spencer’s Steaks and Chops, is worth the visit Great food and serviceThe doorman was great The woman checking us in acted like she had better things to do and didn’t want to take the time to address the issue with the hotel credit that we had The hotel management that I was told to call and leave a massage with never returned my callIts down town and close to things That being said there is a lot of crime down town and the area is not safeWe visit the area 2 to 4 times per year The Hilton does fine without our business and can continue to do well without our presence We will not return

Nik Rama

I’m really impressed with the customer service and amenities of this hotelA few friends and I stayed here a couple nights to be close to the downtown area It is really easy to get around from this location and is within walking distances to many restaurants and bars

The hotel itself is really nice with a couple of restaurants and a Starbucks within it There’s even a rental car center within the hotel for those who need to rent cars There is a parking garage beneath the hotel with its own separate elevators Four elevators operate all of the floors of the building which is a teen stories high When we checked in, we were graciously given a complementary upgrade to a larger room on the top floor with a fantastic view of the mountains One issue is that the hallway outside our room is extremely warm in temperature The rooms themselves have no issues temperature wiseThere is a massive and well-kept indoor pool on the second floor of this hotel The fitness center is split into two sections, one for cardio and one for weights, and these rooms are also located inside the pool areaThe parking garage below the hotel is really easy to get in and out of, however, finding spots is extremely tough as massive pillars in the garage block many parking spaces from being accessibleOverall, this is a great hotel if you’re looking for a good location in the city


Fairly standard hotel that seemed relatively clean However, the hotel is beginning to show it’s age The bathroom ceiling is beginning to crumble due to years of humidity (no vent fan in the bathroom) and there is mold growing in the bathtub grout

The toilet paper rolls in the bathroom both had less than half a roll left with no replacement rollsThere are no microwaves in the rooms, but there is a communal one in the front desk area The pool area seems like the nicest part of the hotel The gym area is a typical hotel gymThe hotel is in a fairly centralized location close to plenty of eateries, pubs, attractions, and public transportationThe front desk staff were friendly and helpful Unfortunately the Hilton app didn’t work for keyless entry during my stay, however the physical key wasn’t a problem Check in and out were effortless through the app That being said, I probably should have stopped by the front desk as I have 6 different charges totalling over $2,500 for a $800 stay Additionally I opted for the extra Hilton points rather than meal credits during the check in process and the points have yet to post

2. Salt Lake City Marriott University Park (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

This contemporary hotel next to the University of Utah is a 0.7 mile-drive from Red Butte Garden and a 1.9-mile drive from Utah’s Hogle Zoo.The relaxed rooms have flat-screen TVs with premium channels, plus minifridges and coffeemakers. WiFi is available (fee). Club-level rooms provide lounge access with inclusive drinks and snacks. Suites add separate living areas with pull-out sofas; some have balconies.A local shuttle and parking are complimentary. The property offers a bar, an American grill and a Starbucks, as well as a fitness center. Other amenities include 11 meeting rooms and a business center. Room service is available.

Things You Need to Know

  • 13 min walk to the Natural History Museum of Utah
  • One of the few hotels in the area with 24-hr room service
  • Some guests disliked the air conditioning
  • Some guests complained about the bathrooms
  • Guests mentioned “mountains” 19 times
  • Guests praised the views
  • The fitness center has weight machines and elliptical machines
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Delene Jaques

My Dad was air flighted to the U of U Hospital after falling from his horse My cousin and I are both Marriott members He set up the rooms and paid for them

It has a really nice rooms and outside area was stunning The hotel was great to work with us and provided a medical rate It was perfect location and we were very close to the hospital However, when I checked out they insisted that the rooms weren’t paid for, so I paid it when checking out Then, when my cousin and I talked, we discovered that were double charged, and it took almost a full month to figure it out

jax Yo

Very disappointed First of all, if you’re looking forward to hot showers during your stay at this place, forget about it! There’s no hot water coming out of the shower heads Just a tiny bit warm, enough to wash up quickly and get out

Secondly, no microwaves in the rooms Nor do they have a coffee maker (Starbucks in the lobby though) There’s one microwave by the front desk, so had to go down four floors to heat my leftovers And wait for others to heat up theirs Paid over $300 a night for this Marriott location that is equivalent to any other less expensive 2-25 star hotelDid notice alot of group meetings, conventions, catering So maybe they’re great group hosts 🤔

Jerry Hughes

I Made reservations five weeks in advance for TWO rooms When I originally called I was told we would get adjourning rooms Guess what we got, ONE room on the fifth floor and the SECOND room on the seventh floor

We were told at check in that’s all that was available BS, the parking lot was NOT even ½ full Besides poor room location, the A/C wasn’t the greatest because the direction blades were broken and you could not adjust the airflow direction Room was small and no microwave I have had a better room at a Motel 6 In nearly 60 years of travel from Pacific Coast to the Atlantic Coast and many places in between have I ever received such poor service NO, WE WILL NEVER STAY AT ANY MARRIOTT or recommend Marriott in the future

3. Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Farmington/Station Park (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Within the Station Park shopping and entertainment complex, this contemporary hotel off I-15 is a 13-minute walk from the Legacy Events Center and 2 miles from Lagoon amusement park.Laid-back rooms feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as wet bars, minifridges and coffeemakers. All have desks and pull-out sofas. Suites add kitchenettes and separate living rooms.Freebies include hot breakfast, off-street parking and local area shuttle service. There’s a cafe/bar and a fitness room that are open 24/7, as well as an indoor pool and a hot tub. Pets are welcome (fee).

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the rooms
  • 5 min drive to the Colossus the Fire Dragon
  • Guests liked that this hotel is near shopping
  • Guests praised the restaurant
  • Guests mentioned lobbies 12 times
  • Guests mentioned “shopping malls” 27 times
  • Guests praised the nightlife
  • Guests praised the indoor pool

Feedback From Real Customers

Cameron Garber, DPT

We love this place for a staycation It has restaurants and shopping, spas, a movie theater, and activities right on site We just park and can do everything within walking distance

The rooms are spacious and clean and modern The views of the mountains or the mall are cool We’ve stayed here 4 or 5 times and will keep coming back The gym has all the essentials and a good amount of space for doing exercises The breakfast is nice in the morning too Great for a quality stay if you’re traveling or just want a local escape

Ashley O’Flaherty

Overall it is a clean nice hotel My room was spotless It’s hard to find parking near the hotel entrance

The front desk staff was so rude We checked in on Friday July 29th She was so unfriendly We asked if we could have rooms together and she put us at opposite sides of the hotel Not even the same hallway She acted put out that we even asked Didn’t give us any information about the hotel or anything she asked “did you want the complimentary breakfast?” We said yes She said we had to give her a time to come eat Like she implied we wouldn’t get breakfast if we didn’t give a time Honestly that’s terrible customer service I’m there for vacation and relaxing I’m not there to show up for breakfast at 7am sharp The coffee had floaters in it? Don’t know why… everytime I walked in the lobby a ton of young people were standing laughing and drinking at the front desk Just kind of unprofessional like the hotel is being ran by high school kids So that’s about how the experience went Honestly I’ll just stay at the Hampton across the highway next time this wasn’t worth the extra cost

Brittnie Hilton

Very disappointed Had reservations for our anniversary to spend the weekend there Day of, we ended up in the ER with our 1 year old

Called the hotel to cancel or move to another weekend They refused Not even with proof of why we could not stay on the original date Expedia reached out on our behalf as well, with no avail Will not ever give them our money again

4. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Salt Lake City Airport (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

This relaxed hotel on the edge of a lake is 2 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport and 9 miles from Temple Square.Unfussy rooms offer custom-designed beds, flat-screens and free WiFi. Some rooms feature whirlpool tubs. Club floor rooms have access to a lounge with perks such as breakfast and weekday evening socials. Bi-level suites add separate living rooms.Airport shuttle service and parking are complimentary. There’s an American restaurant with lake views, plus a cozy bar. Other amenities include an indoor pool and a hot tub, as well as a 24/7 gym, a basketball court and a putting green.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests mentioned the rooms are large and clean
  • Some guests complained about the kitchenettes but others praised the beds
  • 11 min drive to The Leonardo
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • Guests mentioned hot tubs 40 times
  • Guests praised the fitness center
  • Guests praised the cozy bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Tatiana Quinn

I was traveling with my nieces from Ukraine to US We were extremely tired and stressed out Our next flight was next morning

As soon as we stepped inside of the hotel, we were taking care of right away The staff was very nice and professional The room was clean , specious and bed comfortable We enjoyed breakfast in the morning and were picked up by shuttle This hotel is very close to the airport, so the ride was maybe 10-15 min onlySpecial thanks to : Easter, Etta and Christina !!! Ladies, because of your hard work and kindness – we enjoyed our stay very much Big thanks to driver of a shuttle Ed Coleman ! What an amazing person he is! We appreciate you ! 🤗

Zoe M

We stayed here because of all the great reviews and we were definitely disappointed We planned 3 nights for our small family trip but only stayed 2 This hotel is run down, it looks like the double tree tried to “renovate it” but they only added new furniture and paint

The back of the door in the bathroom in room 135 looked like an animal got to it and they just painted over itThe blanket didn’t have a cover… it was a duvet insert without a cover Rooms don’t automatically get room service (I have NEVER experienced this before at any hotel) You have to request it before 9 am We requested 2 times and one time room service just didn’t come, when they did come they were not thorough at all…The pool was run down, paint was bubbling off of the ceiling The hot tub was long gone The grout at the pool was black in some spots and there was weird indoor balconies looking down at the pool In addition, I paid for breakfast at our booking and we had to argue with the lady at the front desk who insisted we have to pay for it again… Ultimately we got our breakfast that we paid for but even that was not worth itUnfortunately we cut our trip a day early because we didn’t want to stay here anymoreWe will not ever be back at a double tree

Maggie McMichael

I stayed here after a flight cancellation and was only actually staying for a few hours before my early, rebooked flight The staff that checked me in was the staff that checked me out They honestly made the experience so wonderful

They remembered my name during the two interactions we had after check in, were patient with my frazzled vibe, and made sure I had water and toiletries for the time I was there Things were clean, the bed was comfy, but above all I felt welcome and cared for

5. DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

This modern all-suite hotel in downtown is 5 blocks from Interstate 15, 2 miles from Temple Square and 7 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport.Warm suites with separate living rooms offer pull-out sofas, plus flat-screen TVs, minifridges, microwaves and Wi-Fi.There’s a casual bistro and a sports bar, as well as a fitness center and an indoor heated pool. Additional amenities include 6,000 sq ft of meeting rooms and a business center. Parking and breakfast are available.

Things You Need to Know

  • 4 min drive to the Salt Lake City Public Library
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • Guests mentioned the rooms are large but outdated
  • Guests mentioned the bathrooms are unclean
  • Guests mentioned “cookies” 74 times
  • Guests liked the fitness center
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a casino
  • Guests praised the indoor pool and liked the hot tub

Feedback From Real Customers


I love the location of the hotel The service was spectacular The front desk and manager were very helpful and constantly making sure that everything was good

I also really enjoyed the atrium The hotel has a lot of great amenities like a Starbucks and a restaurant and a really comfortable giant seating area with a lot of comfortable couches and chairs and ample places to plug in your electronics to charge The pool was nice even though I did not end up using it but I used the fitness center a couple times and it was great The location is very good close to the airport and downtown It is it is definitely a solid four stars The bed was very comfortable in the room was really clean The only reason I would not give it five stars as I felt the rooms themselves were very dated They had kind of an ugly yellowish seventies look and really dim lamps and lighting and I think the rooms are in grave need of upgrading Like I said though they were very comfortable and clean All in all, I would definitely come back

Kaylani Boland

I stayed here about 5 years ago & remember it being pleasant This visit not so much, the front desk was friendly & helpful however there was an attendant walking around the elevators talking about mechanical something or other which made me quite nervous I flat out asked her if we were going to get stuck in the elevator? She said “I think they’re fine but sometimes when they’re at full capacity they can get thrown off” whatever that means? (yikes) I finally asked her to stop talking to us while we waited for the elevator

The decor was super dated, bathrooms were absolutely filthy behind the doors & around toilets, the sofa sleeper also had a brown stain on one cushion I wish I could share photos of our findings We paid $225 each for 2 rooms that my 14 year old twins didn’t even want to shower in because they were noticeably grossI wouldn’t recommend eating here We got the breakfast buffet @ $15 a head & didn’t eat anything but the sealed yogurt & a little fruit Honestly I’ve had better food in hospitalsThis place is overpriced but under delivers…at least we didn’t find any bedbugs :/

Ceanbriana K

The front desk representative Chino was amazing! Very sharp and knew exactly what she was talking about, She helped from when I checked in to my check out day!! She was always willing to help and was always happy and positive!! The housekeeping on the other hand was not so great, I had requested service the night before the day I needed it, and I was gone for the whole day when I returned my room was still dirty, which I understand them being very busy, but when I asked them to clean it they took about 25 minutes and when I went back into my room it was still dirty and bathroom was clearly skipped, the only thing that they did was restock my towels, which I was grateful for but why did it take 25 minutes? When nothing was cleaned? I was a housekeeper for 4 years and I know what is supposed to be done, very disappointed with the housekeeping service, The breakfast chef was amazing!! And was always smiling and was very helpful! She made great omelets! Very pleased with the food!

6. The Grand America Hotel (5-star hotel)

About this hotel

This opulent European-style hotel is 1 mile from the Salt Palace Convention Center and 1.2 miles from the Salt Lake City Amtrak station.Elegant rooms are decorated in rich colors and fabrics, and feature handcrafted furniture, balconies, and marble bathrooms, as well as flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and free Wi-Fi. Suites add separate living spaces, and some have full kitchens.There’s a polished American restaurant, plus 2 elegant bar/lounges (1 serving afternoon tea), and a French-style sweet shop. Other amenities include 75,000 sq ft of event space, a spa, an indoor pool, a seasonal outdoor pool and on-site clothing shops.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the large rooms, which have minibars
  • Walking distance to The Leonardo and the Salt Lake City Public Library
  • One of the few hotels in the area with 24-hr room service
  • Guests liked the polished restaurant
  • Guests mentioned “Tea” 152 times
  • Guests praised the architecture and the grounds
  • Guests praised the views
  • Guests liked the fitness center

Feedback From Real Customers

Tom Evans

We loved this place!From start to finish everything was perfect Our young girls (<10) fell in love with the hotel and staff Everyone was so kind and welcoming, and we are just a regular family

Decor was beautiful, classic but not ostentatious Room had everything we needed, beds were very comfortable and the view over the city towards the mountains as the sun set was incredible We ate at the Laurel – just amazing! They accommodated the kids and our allergies very well The food was excellent, and very reasonably priced Something for each of us – all empty plates and pleasantly full stomachs The girls especially loved the soup, and one really liked the salmon, the other the steak Our server was delightful!We had fun riding the bus and trains around town We took an easy 30 min bus ride to Mount Olympus, and ate at Rawtopia (highly recommend- very healthy organic & allergy friendly food and the kids ate all of it!) Had a nice walk around there tooThe hotel has two pools, so of course we had to try both The weather was a little cold for the first couple of days, so the indoor pool was the winner there Nice and warm, and not too busy On the warmer days the outdoor pool was lovely Plenty of loungers and attentive service The gentle piano or harp music in the lobby bar / restaurant in the evenings was a great way to soothe the girls The hotel was quiet at night so we all slept well Can’t really think of anything negative to say about it We all hope to be back soon; the girls still ask us to send their pictures to both the hotel and restaurant to say thank you!

Keelie Reason

This hotel was beautiful Chandeliers everywhere, an amazing flower court yard, multiple lounge areas

Simply beautiful You can pay $20 for them to do valet parking They really take care of you at the front This hotel is within walking distance of restaurants, bars, entertainment, and pretty much anything you want to do in Salt Lake city I attended a conference and they put together meals that looked amazing and gourmet The service was outstanding by everyone we met

Joanna P

High-end hotel with massive suite-style bedrooms, most of which have small balconies The bedrooms are decorated in quite a traditional style and look a little worn in places I stayed here for business but don’t think I would be willing to spend my own money as the nightly rate is very high for quite a dated hotel

The pool is a great size and has plenty of loungers The hotel bar also has a large drinks menu and great service Service at breakfast can be a little slow but the food was solid

7. The Peery Salt Lake City Downtown, Tapestry Collection by Hilton (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

In operation since 1910, this upscale hotel is a 5-minute walk from the Salt Palace Convention Center and a 6-minute walk from the Gallivan Center. It’s also 14 minutes’ walk from Temple Square.The elegant rooms have city views and period furnishings, as well as flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and free Wi-Fi.There’s an informal, modern restaurant with a wood-fired oven. Amenities also include parking (fee) and a bar with TVs, as well as a fitness room and meeting facilities.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the beds
  • Some guests complained about the bathrooms and the showers
  • Walking distance to the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art and Temple Square
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • Guests praised the architecture and the lobby
  • Guests praised the bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Ron Gatherum

The is a nice place to stay for being older The beds are comfortable but the pillows not so muchIt is a good location downtown as well

I think what I liked most was the bar attached to the hotel They provided menus for each eating establishment attached to the hotel so we could order anything from a high end steak to great finger foods and appetizers All while in the comfort of the bar in the relaxed atmosphere The staff at the hotel and bar were very attentive and friendlyI was taken aback by the lack of parking as I’ve never had to pay for parking independently from the hotel before It was quite expensive for what was provided as well Maybe I’m a bit sheltered, I don’t know but all in all it was a great experience

Kyla Beck

What a beautiful place!!! I loved walking into the lobby, and seeing how big and beautiful it looked The employees there were all so kind, and took wonderful care of us! We stayed for our birthdays this past week, and we will most definitely be staying again!! Our room was huge, the bed and pillows were so soft and comfortable It was so fun to get away for a bit, and be able to relax here

Thank you guys so much for the amazing experience

Morgan Jaffray

Stayed for 4 nights and location was perfect! Walkable to all the best restaurants and bars I know the building is old, but maintenance needs to be kept a up with Drains in sinks not working and drains in showering falling off

Temperature settings in shower are backwards Bathrooms sinks in lobby make a screeching noise when turned on Rooms are extremely small and sinks are outside the bathroom, in the bedroom area The king size room felt even too small for 2 people Would be nice if they took each 2 rooms and combined it into 1 room to make it more modern and spacious so guests aren’t crammed Staff were nice and always had fresh coffee and water Bar downstairs I do not recommend Weird theme with gargoyles , strange music , and drinks are too surgery Head to Lake Effect bar instead

8. evo Hotel

  • Address: 660 S 400 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
  • Phone: (385) 386-8585
  • Ratings: 4.4 (92 reviews) Very good
  • Website : evo Hotel
  • Check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 11:00 AM
  • Quick Summary: Informal hotel offering industrial-style rooms, plus a coffee shop, a rooftop bar & mountain views.

About this hotel

Offering views of the Wasatch Mountains, this laid-back hotel off Interstate 15 is a mile from interactive exhibits at Clark Planetarium and 2 miles from Liberty Park. It’s 4 miles from Ensign Peak Trailhead.Casual, industrial-style rooms offer TVs, Wi-Fi and en suite bathrooms. Some have rainfall showers, sitting areas, terraces and/or bunk beds.Amenities consist of a coffee shop, a rooftop bar and 2 sporting goods stores, plus a lounge, coworking space, and bike, ski and snowboard storage. Breakfast, parking, and loaner mountain bikes and winter sports gear are available.

Things You Need to Know

  • 5 min drive to the Clark Planetarium
  • 11 min drive to Salt Lake City International Airport
  • Some guests disliked the bathrooms
  • Guests praised the service
  • Guests mentioned “bouldering” 17 times
  • Guests liked the fitness center
  • The hotel has a boutique store
  • The hotel has a sauna

Feedback From Real Customers

Nick Nordbeck

This hotel was amazing! As a snowboarder, it felt like it was made for me with the in-room snowboard/ski racks The rooms are modern and very clean The staff was very friendly and welcoming

The rooftop patio is very comfortable and the building itself has a really unique feel to it It is a work in progress, but it was an amazing place as is The snowboard/ski shops, the skate park, and the art gallery all under the same roof was amazingly convenient I can’t wait to come back when it’s completely finished!

kevin p

This is an amazing space and concept Stitching together one of the best retailers in the outdoor space with a rad hotel and many yet to come experiences (skate park, climbing gym, bar, restaurant and more) within this breathtakingly renovated old building is an experience like no other While there were still a few kinks to work out, we stayed during their soft launch, you totally get where this is headed

Beds were comfy Rooms are cozy Art throughout the space is terrific My daughter really enjoyed the skate park and can’t wait to comeback and use the climbing gym

Jeremy Matherly

I really enjoyed my stay at evo Hotel in February The location is very convenient It took me only10 minutes to get to evo Hotel from the airport and when I went snowboarding at Woodward Park City it was a mellow 25 minute commute

Be sure to check out Ruby Snap cookies that is only 2 blocks away (with Roots Coffee shop directly next door) or take a 5 minute stroll north to Rose Establishment for a delicious breakfast The evo Hotel building is beautiful and features really cool artwork throughout There are large murals in the common areas and each hotel room features a different artist There is even a QR code on the door to each room that directs you to information about the featured artist The hotel shares space with outdoor equipment shops (evo), a skatepark and a climbing gym There are 2 outdoor patio areas with fire pits and a great view of the mountains During my week long stay the site was still not 100% open I was told that coming soon there will be an in-house bar, restaurant and coffee bar on site The staff were very friendly and fun to chat with My room was clean (basically brand new) and cozy with a private patio and view of the city and mountains I’ll definitely be coming back

9. Salt Lake Plaza Hotel at Temple Square (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

A block from Salt Lake Temple, this downtown hotel is also across the street from both the Salt Palace Convention Center and the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art.Low-key rooms feature beds with pillow-top mattresses, free Wi-Fi, and cable TV, plus microwaves and minifridges.There’s a restaurant offering breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a guest library, laundry facilities and a gift shop. There’s also an exercise room, an indoor hot tub and a seasonal outdoor pool. Other amenities include a business center and a free airport shuttle. Parking is available for a fee.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the beds
  • Walking distance to Temple Square and the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Guests mentioned the rooms are clean but outdated
  • Some guests complained about the bathrooms
  • 13 min drive to Salt Lake City International Airport
  • Guests liked “the gift shop”, mentioned 14 times in reviews
  • Guests praised the views
  • One of the few hotels in the area with an outdoor pool

Feedback From Real Customers

Cecilia White

I didn’t like the hotel, there is no free parking, no breakfast, I had to slam the door so it could close every time The shower was clogged up, the pillows were old because they didn’t keep the shape, the light fixture in the bathroom was rusted, the valance on the curtain was falling, furniture was old, bedding was stain They claimed the pool was heated which was not true

Also they don’t have housekeeping If you are used to someone making your bed, getting you clean towels and taking out your trash, this is not the place You have to put your trash outside of your door and ask for everything else you might need but they didn’t tell us that when we checked in To top it all off they don’t have late check out We paid a lot of money and it was not worth the price in my opinion I paid nearly $1,800 for 2 rooms for 5 nights and they couldn’t accommodate for me to check out 1 hour later in one of the rooms It was just 1 hour Some staff were friendly The only good thing about this hotel is LOCATION !!! There is a few hotels around the same area with more amenities so next time I visit I will look somewhere else to stay I feel robbed for the price I paid

Chayla Teske

Didn’t enjoy that we had to pay for parking

$10 per night per car Must have missed that in the description Hotel is a little run down Receptionist was nice A light breakfast would be nice, muffins or something on the goMake sure to put the do not disturb on your door Even though check out is 11am, room service woke us up walking into our room around 830 Doors have large gaps at the bottom so we could hear everything going on in the hallway Kids running, the ice machine running We woke up a few times because of noise in the hallwayThe only plus about this hotel is the close approximately to city center Temple square is right there, the tram is across the street, City Creek Mall is a block away

Maxwell Krem

Stayed 4 days Check-in was easy, and all the staff were very friendly There is no complementary breakfast

Bathrooms are a little bit small but functional enoughThe exercise/workout room has treadmill (was very fussy), a couple elliptical machines, and a set of free weights: workout options are a bit limited The room and bathroom were cleaned well enough, however On the positive side, I thought the staff were very responsive, and the hotel is very close to the light rail and the convention center

10. Salt Lake City Marriott City Center (4-star hotel)

About this hotel

A 5-minute walk from the Gallivan Center, this upscale hotel is 13 minutes by foot from Temple Square, and 1 mile from Clark Planetarium.Plush rooms offering views of the Wasatch Mountains or Gallivan Plaza, feature flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels, desks and coffeemakers, plus free WiFi; some have minifridges. Upgraded rooms offer access to a lounge with complimentary continental breakfast and evening appetizers. Suites add separate living areas.The property offers a bar and an upscale Italian restaurant, as well as an indoor pool, spa and fitness center. There are also 17 meeting rooms, plus a business center and parking for a fee.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the large, clean rooms and liked the beds
  • Walking distance to the Salt Lake City Public Library and the Beehive House
  • Guests praised the friendly service
  • Guests praised the upscale restaurant
  • Guests mentioned concierges 13 times
  • Guests praised the views
  • Guests praised the fitness center
  • Guests praised the nightlife

Feedback From Real Customers

Nadia S. Evans

Room was very clean, I love the absence of carpet! Bathroom is of a good size, and given that it is in Downtown, room size is adequate Beds were comfortable, but not amazingBig problem was the AC, which just didn’t get to temperature all night

Our entire family was uncomfortable all night I did love that the window could be opened, but it was too warm outside for that to be helpful to usService was friendly and helpfulHotel is suffering from a seizure when it comes to cosmetic updates Part traditional, part farmhouse?! It didn’t work at all Doors and paneling the hotel are not in great shape

Trish Butler

A beautiful, clean, great location hotel I was in Salt Lake for a conference and this Marriott is a quick walk to the Salt Palace, lots of restaurants and shoppingMy room was big and spacious, exceptionally clean and well cared for by friendly staff

Great big bathroom with full size shampoo/conditioner/body washRoom service breakfast is a bit pricey but still tasty, and the restaurant downstairs has a great menu and friendly staffAbsolutely would stay here again Thank you to the staff!

Michael Mayo

Excellent location and staff! The highlight of my four night stay was the room service received from Juan He went above and beyond to showcase the meals, had an excellent attitude, and made it an experience I won’t soon forget Having worked in the hospitality industry, he stuck out as someone that genuinely cares about his guests, his craft, and the place he works for

Looking forward to my next stay here!

11. AC Hotel by Marriott Salt Lake City Downtown (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Off Interstate 15, this informal hotel in an entertainment district is a 3-minute walk from Salt Palace Convention Center and a 15-minute walk from Salt Lake Temple.The simply decorated rooms sleep up to 4 people, and come with flat-screen TVs, minifridges, and tea and coffeemakers, as well as free Wi-Fi.A breakfast buffet is available. Other amenities include a tapas bar and a gym.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the rooms and the air conditioning
  • Walking distance to the Clark Planetarium and Discovery Gateway
  • 11 min drive to Salt Lake City International Airport
  • Guests praised the service
  • Guests mentioned lobbies 21 times
  • Guests praised the tapas bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Paul Betts

We were very impressed with the clean, minimalist, modern, open design of the hotel Rooms were ample size, natural bright light, and very comfortable Check-in and out were a breeze and Dalton the bartender was awesome, spending lots of time with us answering our silly questions about various spirits

We did not get a chance to sample the food Location was great, many restaurants and bars nearby, just a couple of blocks to Temple Square and 12 minutes drive to the airport On-site parking was very convenient and less costly than some city center hotels Will definitely return

Chad Steiner

What an amazing hotel We set up a company meeting here and everything was top notch!! From the interaction with the team to set it up right through to the end of our meeting The meeting room itself was spacious and quiet and had all the hook ups we needed

The bar and breakfast area were just right and the rooms are modern and feel brand new! We really enjoyed having our meeting here!!! Definitely will be the place we come back to for a meeting in Salt Lake!

Shymeia Lee

Whenever I stay at a hotel, I have my normal routine of cleaning any and everything that will be touched My hotel room was neat, clean and dust free The lobby was very inviting and warm and not to mention it smelled like a very well scented man everywhere…LoL

Not sure what candle or essential oil diffuser they’re using but it smelled divine Hospitality and service was top notch and the front desk concierge was very helpful whenever we needed assistance

12. Anniversary Inn – South Temple (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Set in a historic Queen Anne-style mansion built in 1889, this quirky, romantic B&B is less than a mile from both shopping at Trolley Square and the Gilgal Sculpture Garden, and a mile from The University of Utah.High-concept rooms have eclectic themes such as Phantom of the Opera, Hayloft and Sultan’s Palace. All rooms offer whirlpool tubs, flat-screen TVs and theme-specific decor features; some are equipped with 4-poster beds, gas fireplaces and waterfalls.Continental breakfast is available. Other amenities include complimentary parking, sparkling cider and cheesecake.

Things You Need to Know

  • 11 min walk to the Cathedral of the Madeleine
  • 16 min drive to Salt Lake City International Airport
  • Guests mentioned the service is friendly
  • Guests mentioned “cheesecake” 14 times
  • Guests mentioned “Honeymoon” 10 times
  • Guests liked the breakfast

Feedback From Real Customers

Scott Bell

Fun get away with my spouse Many restaurant choices that are close Breakfast was very tasty

The rocky mountain tub shower combo is interestingThe Mountain Retreat is exactly that a mountain cabin feelThe room could use a microwave to heat water if you drink tea/coffee (bring your own) DVD movies provided We had a good time

Shannon Davis

First time staying here and now this will be where we stay when in SLC! What a charming place! Jessica checked us in and was amazing and helpful! The room was super cute and the jacuzzi/waterfall shower was heaven!!! The breakfast was served in our room and at our time specified; it was really good! Cant wait to stay in different rooms, but Mississippi Serenade may be hard to beat! Thank you for making our romantic getaway amazing!!

Jerod LaCotta

Saturday night and no kitchen staff; Disappointing but not a deal breaker Fireplace didn’t work; same feeling about this as the kitchen Jacuzzi hasn’t been deep cleaned in a while; turned it on and hard water scale and other foreign specs came out of the jets

kinda gross The kitchen was across the hall from us and we got woke up to clanging dishes for breakfast prep from 6am onFood was good in the morning Room was decent and unique lookingOverall disappointed for the price you pay Rather spend the money and get a suite at another hotel downtown

13. Courtyard by Marriott Salt Lake City Downtown (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

A 2-minute walk from a light rail station, this straightforward hotel on a multi-lane street is 1 mile from Salt Lake Temple and 5 miles from Red Butte Garden.Featuring pillow-top mattresses, the stylish rooms with a contemporary vibe have free Wi-Fi, iPod docks, and flat-screen TVs with premium channels, as well as marble bathrooms, kitchenettes and sitting areas. Some offer pull-out sofas. Suites add separate living areas.There’s a hip bistro/bar serving breakfast and dinner. Amenities include a fitness room, an indoor pool and a hot tub. There’s also a market and a business center. Parking is available for a fee.

Things You Need to Know

  • Walking distance to the Clark Planetarium and Discovery Gateway
  • 12 min drive to Salt Lake City International Airport
  • Guests liked the service
  • Guests mentioned “Bistro” 26 times
  • Guests liked the fitness center, which has weight machines
  • Guests praised the nightlife
  • Guests praised the indoor pool

Feedback From Real Customers

Hiram Mariner

If you plan on staying more than a few days, be prepared Getting things like towels, toilet paper, coffee, etc, is quite difficult You get a lot of pushback from the front desk and hand ringing when it is not done

Also, I stayed in one room on one side of the bed After nearly 2 weeks, I pulled back the other side of the bed and found a quarter size blood stain on the sheets I was given another room and told the manager would contact me, which never happened The room itself is very nice, as are the amenities The gym is top-notch and the wet area is above average The elevator buttons are tricky and the common areas that include hand sanitizer, soap, paper towels are often empty Just about every day, there was trash or crumbs in most of the common areas Lastly, the “bistro” is useless They are always out of anything other than pastries and overpriced and burnt coffee The location is superior and salt lake City is an incredibly clean and well thought out city As for this hotel, you could certainly do worse but could certainly do better Two out of five stars This could easily be a 5 out of 5 hotel with better staff and management

Tammie Madsen

The hotel was clean and pretty however there is no parking for the hotel so you have to pay an additional $20 per vehicle for the public parking Additionally, the “free” breakfast is cereal Nothing else

You have to pay for the milk for the cereal They do have fruit and muffins at an additional fee but they claim to have a free continental breakfast which is boxed cereal We came over the weekend with kiddos and got 2 rooms which were well over $500 per night and were hit with additional charges for basic hotel parking and a measly breakfast Hyatt House is right next door and we think the better, cheaper option

Heidi Zarda

I stayed at this courtyard a week ago and had an issue and still haven’t heard from a manager I didn’t realize til the next morning of my stay that the shower had not been cleaned, complete with a lot of hair and a used hand towel There was also dried lotion on the sink, which made me wonder if that had not been cleaned either

I told the front desk when I checked out and showed her pictures and I asked her to tell the manager, he was not in at the time 3 days after with not hearing from management, I called and left a voicemail It’s been 6 days without any contact from management to try and rectify this situation Accidents happen, but I’m more disappointed that management doesn’t care enough to reach out to a customer to rectify a poor experience I travel to SLC often for work and I will be choosing a different hotel from now on

14. The Little America Hotel – Salt Lake City (4-star hotel)

About this hotel

This upscale hotel in a redbrick building is a mile from both Temple Square, a landmark Mormon plaza with a visitors’ center, and Beehive House, Brigham Young’s former home.Sophisticated rooms feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Some come with marble bathrooms, sitting areas, desks and minifridges.Amenities include indoor and outdoor pools, as well as a fitness center with a whirlpool and a sauna. There’s also a relaxed American grill, a colorful coffee shop and an elegant lobby lounge, plus a gift shop and 16 meeting rooms.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests mentioned the bathrooms are large
  • Guests liked the large, clean rooms but some disliked the air conditioning
  • Walking distance to The Leonardo and the Salt Lake City Public Library
  • Guests praised the room service
  • Guests praised the restaurant, which has a dinner buffet
  • Guests mentioned “the gift shop” 47 times
  • Guests liked the grounds and the lobby

Feedback From Real Customers

Dave N.

Although I had read some negative reviews prior to staying here, my wife and I enjoyed our stay and we’re happy with the hotel We were on the first leg of a 3 state anniversary trip and upon arrival we were told we were upgraded to a tower room at no extra charge The room was VERY large and well equipped, a definite upgrade to what I had booked

Older decor throughout the hotel but well done and a change from what we usually stay in when traveling Just a couple of minor suggestions: provide glasses for beverages, only paper coffee cups were available Also, our room had a spacious balcony with a great view of the city but their are no chairs to sit and enjoy it?

susana danso

I used to work here so I sometimes use my benefits to get a room for a day or two with my children as a short getaway Always a great experience and the coffee shop has some of the best soups and salads I’ve ever had We also had the brunch buffet a couple of times and loved it because of the variety they offer

There’s also a gift shop, a lounge coffee bar and indoor/ outdoor swimming pools We usually stay at a tower room but one time we stayed at a garden room and it was beautiful too I highly recommend Little America for your next hotel stay in Salt Lake City

Lisha Redford

I chose this hotel for my one year wedding anniversary with my husband Where the main desk is to check in, is beautiful, but the rooms are a completely different story There were stains all over the floor, the walls were dirty, the heating/air system was dysfunctional, the heating vents were hanging halfway out of the walls, the wallpaper was coming off in certain places

Absolutely no effort to clean this room before we checked in, or keeping up on the maintenance of the room I went to sit in a chair to do my hair and there was a huge red stain on the chair We ended up leaving and not even staying the night If I could give a negative review I would The $100 deposit is absolutely ridiculous, I would expect that amount from a nice hotel but this was disgusting Very disappointed

15. Best Western Plus Cottontree Inn (2-star hotel)

About this hotel

Off Interstate 15, this casual hotel is a 3-minute walk from the South Towne Center mall and 7 miles from the Utah State Capitol.The relaxed rooms have complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and work desks, as well as minifridges and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms add sofabeds, and suites have separate living rooms, fireplaces and/or whirlpool tubs. Children 17 and under stay at no cost with a parent.Full breakfast, parking and a local shuttle are free. There’s also a 24/7 indoor pool and hot tub, as well as an exercise room and a patio.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the clean rooms, which have coffee makers
  • 12 min drive to the Utah State Capitol
  • Guests praised the friendly service
  • Guests mentioned hot tubs 28 times
  • Guests praised the breakfast
  • Guests praised the fitness center
  • One of the few hotels in the area with an indoor pool
  • Guests praised the bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Dylan Medler

I’ve never had a bad experience with Best Western, which is why I always try to find one close to my out of town destinationsThe service was above excellent, the young man that checked us in was extremely polite and very helpful I hope he knows after a long day of traveling, thats always a nice thing for a guest to experience

Breakfast was actually better than you’d expect, it’s usually pretty good at best WesternThe rooms were perfectly clean, and updated Thank you to the housekeeping for doing a fantastic job!The building is located in a great spot, very quiet The portion of the parking lot our room was on, was kind of odd It was a dead end rather than a wrap around lot, but nothing hard to navigateI would recommend this hotel to anyone staying in this area of Salt Lake!

Hanah Jensen

Could’ve been cleaner, maybe updated a bit My room had (soda?) spilled all over the wall, little stain on my comforter (maybe food or something?) and the floor didn’t seem to be vacuumed Breakfast was good and filling

(I recommend the pancakes) just disappointed in the cleanliness of my room Hotel definitely is kinda stale smelling as I saw someone else review too Staff seemed friendly, lots of parking

16. Kimpton Hotel Monaco Salt Lake City (4-star hotel)

About this hotel

This hip, upscale hotel in a historic building is a 6-minute walk from the Salt Palace Convention Center and a 10-minute walk from Temple Square.The boldly stylish rooms feature flat-screen TVs, yoga mats, iPod docks and Wi-Fi (fee). Suites have separate living areas with pull-out sofas, with some adding wet bars, dining tables and 2-person whirlpool tubs.Perks include an on-site New American restaurant, a fitness center and ski services, as well as complimentary morning coffee, a wine reception and use of bikes. Pets are welcome, and receive toys and treats at check-in, as well as use of beds and bowls in-room.

Things You Need to Know

  • Walking distance to Temple Square and the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Guests liked the clean rooms but some complained about the kitchenettes
  • Some guests disliked the bathrooms and the showers
  • Guests liked the friendly, professional service
  • Guests liked the New American restaurant
  • Guests mentioned “dogs” 41 times
  • Guests liked the lobby

Feedback From Real Customers

Kerri McEntire

The hotel is beautiful and the location is great The room was very clean and everything including linens and towels were a step up from the standard hotel Unfortunately, we had to wait almost an hour for our room upon check in, staff wasn’t apologetic

I had called reservations to extend a night, however the next day our keys were disabled Again, the front desk had no apologies They were not friendly, unlike the housekeeping staff And for some reason the restaurant was closed with the exception of breakfast Overall, nice but the front desk staff could be warmer and more accommodating

Eric Foster

Great experience Friendly staff, clean property Great bed

Overall great experience and would stay at again Only items that are minor on my radar Parking is actually easier if you use valet vs the parking garage next door Shower head wasn’t my favorite but water pressure and hot water was great Minor if I had to nit pick Would definitely stay at this Kimpton again

Jeanne Aldrich

From the minute we were checked in at the desk by Bonnie we were treated with friendliness, professionalism and respect The Hotel lobby is stunning, the services from Valet to restaurant were fabulous The room was beautiful, comfortable and with water and amenities that were nicer than any hotel we have stayed at

The hotel is conveniently located within walking distance of theaters, restaurants and is simply the best place to stay in Salt Lake We will always stay here Hopefully wine hour with again be available as we look forward to that being included in all the Kimpton that we stay at Don’t know why it isn’t here My friends blame it on the Mormon Church with seems to make sense and nonetheless did not detract from the lovely boutique atmosphere is this sweet 5 star hotel!

17. Inn On the Hill (4-star hotel)

  • Address: 225 State St, Salt Lake City, UT 84103
  • Phone: (801) 328-1466
  • Ratings: 4.9 (302 reviews) Excellent
  • Website : Inn On the Hill
  • Check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 11:00 AM
  • Quick Summary: Elegant quarters with whirlpool tubs in a refined B&B offering a formal lounge & a game room.

About this hotel

Set in a grand 1906 mansion surrounded by landscaped gardens, this genteel B&B on a street lined with stately homes is a mile from both Downtown and Route 89, and an 8-minute walk from Temple Square.Featuring traditional wood furnishings, the elegant, individually decorated rooms offer whirlpool tubs, and flat-screen TVs with DVD players; some have hardwood floors and/or fireplaces. Airy upgraded rooms add balconies and/or sitting areas; a bi-level cottage also has a kitchenette and a sofabed.Hot breakfast is served in a formal dining room or on a patio. Parking is complimentary. There’s a refined lounge with a fireplace, and a game room.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the bathrooms
  • Walking distance to Temple Square and the Beehive House
  • 14 min drive to Salt Lake City International Airport
  • Guests praised the service
  • Guests mentioned “romance” 10 times
  • Guests mentioned “Honeymoon” 10 times
  • Guests praised the breakfast
  • Guests praised the refined bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Jim Dodds

This bed and breakfast was perfect for my wife and I It felt like home rather than the very generic sterile hotel The home was beautiful and really showed the greatness of a home built almost a hundred years ago

It was very comfortable and quiet The staff was friendly The breakfast was better than any free breakfast I’ve ever had at a hotel My wife and I went just to have a small getaway and this location was just what I needed It will be on my list of places to recommend and to return to in the future I suggest the French toast for breakfast, it was amazing

Britney H

Yes Yes and Yes I stayed here for 4 nights with my boyfriend and I have to say this is so much better than a hotel The service was amazing and the rooms are sparkling clean

The breakfast was the best food we had in Salt Lake (Try the lemon ricotta pancakes and the stuffed waffleso good )Coming back each evening felt like coming home The staff and super friendly and seem like all around good people Everyone went out of their way to make us feel welcome If we come back to salt lake we will definitely stay here again We highly recommend Inn on the Hill

Kim Dodds

We stayed at Inn On The Hill to celebrate our 20th Anniversary It was so fun to experience the history of the building, and we loved the quiet & peaceful atmosphere, even though it is really close to Downtown Salt Lake City We stayed in the Carriage House, which is a small detached building behind the main Inn

The breakfast in the mornings was delicious and all the staff were great! Probably not the best place to bring small children, but for a couple’s getaway I would definitely recommend it!

18. Ellerbeck Bed & Breakfast (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Set in a genteel Victorian-style mansion built in 1892, this quaint B&B is a 12-minute walk from the Mormon Tabernacle and other 19th-century structures within the 10-acre Temple Square, and 4.5 miles from the Natural History Museum of Utah.Featuring wood floors and antique furnishings, the 7 uniquely decorated rooms offer private bathrooms, cable TV and free Wi-Fi. There’s a fireplace in 1 room; another has a deck with seating.Parking is complimentary. Hot breakfast is served in-room or in a formal dining room. Other amenities include a library, a washer/dryer, and sitting areas with fireplaces, plus event space in a restored carriage house.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the rooms and the beds
  • Walking distance to the Cathedral of the Madeleine and Temple Square
  • 16 min drive to Salt Lake City International Airport
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • Guests praised the friendly service
  • Guests liked “suites”, mentioned 18 times in reviews
  • Guests praised the breakfast
  • Guests praised the bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Will Forshee

My first stay at Ellerbeck, and it was absolutely wonderful! The building is elegant and beautiful, the decor is intriguing and nostalgic For a moment you feel like you’re transported to a different time, absolutely peaceful and tranquil Then, the breakfast was delicious; the cottage cakes were fantastic! The staff is extremely friendly

I can’t say enough good things about my experience I highly recommend the Ellerbeck bed-and-breakfast as a unique place to stay in Salt Lake City, and I’ll be back for sure!

Mike Helm

Our stay at the Ellerbeck Bed & Breakfast was like a dream! We booked and stayed in the Zion room It was like sleeping in a place of history We were in love with the decor and the theme kept throughout the house

The breakfast in the morning was absolutely deliciousThey were also very accommodating as I had a friend come in and decorate it a little in celebration of my wedding anniversary and they allowed him to come in and decorate the room no problem, no hassle Definitely want to stay again

Tringle Witt

Great breakfast feast Better than any other 3 star and we’ve been to a lot Good comfortable bed

We stayed there while my daughter was in surgery and recovery at Huntsman I loved that it was homey and scarce of people I really enjoyed my room service and the breakfasts were the best part Clean and devoid of any obnoxious smells It fit us nicely

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