Crossroads of the West: Hotels in Salt Lake City that are worth your buck
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Crossroads of the West: Hotels in Salt Lake City that are worth your buck

THE capital city of Utah, Salt Lake City, is a bustling metropolitan popular for its variety of attractions ranging from history, art and culture to entertainment and recreation.

Known as the “Crossroads of the West”, the city is tucked at the foot of Utah’s Wasatch Mountains where its hilly landscapes offer outdoor recreation all year round.

Towards the city center or what locals call Downtown, Salt Lake City’s diverse blend of small western town ambiance, modern amenities and cultural attractions makes it a wonderful destination for both the leisure holidaymaker and business traveler.

Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown

Crossroads of the West: Hotels in Salt Lake City that are worth your buck

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At the heart of Downtown is Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown, a hotel renowned for its prime location flanked by different attractions, well-appointed accommodations and unique food and beverage offerings.

Designed for ultimate comfort, each of Radisson’s 381 contemporary rooms opens out to beautiful vistas of the mountain or city skyline and comes with free WiFi, a large workstation, and luxurious bedding for a cozy night’s sleep.

Other than offering larger suites that come with a separate living area and sleeper sofas, there are also Business Class rooms for corporate travelers. And if you have a pet dog or cat, bring it along too as this is a pet-friendly hotel. Outside the rooms, a selection of R&R facilities awaits including a fully-equipped gym, heated indoor pool, and whirlpool tub.

There’s also a plethora of gastronomical delights available here; from menu specialities crafted from farm-to-table ingredients to mouth-watering burgers and steaks, the hotel’s Copper Canyon Grill House and Tavern serves casual yet classy American cuisine throughout the day.

Catering to different types of events, the hotel features a 15,000-square-foot event rental space and 12 fully-facilitated meeting rooms that are ideal for training seminars, banquets and other special occasions. Read more… 

Kimpton Hotel Monaco

Crossroads of the West: Hotels in Salt Lake City that are worth your buck

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Poised as Salt Lake City’s most dynamic hotel, Kimpton Hotel Monaco located within the commercial hub provides guests with a multitude of features to relish in.

From guest rooms designed with a vibrant feel, delicious food at its popular eateries, and welcoming communal spaces and facilities, Kimpton promises an impeccable experience with every stay. 225 hotel rooms and suites set the stage for comfort and urban luxury where modern interior decor meets the eccentric style of the hotel’s historical building.

There are several room types offered accommodating king, queen or double beds. In the King and Deluxe guestrooms, guests are treated to Kimpton’s exclusive Luxury Atelier Bloem amenities.

Kimpton also boasts two chic dining venues favored by out-of-town hotel guests and locals alike; Bambara delivers local favorites including pan-roasted and grilled meats as well as lovingly prepared seafood and game; The Vault is a 35-seat bar and lounge which serves casual meal options and cocktails.

Kimpton also comprises more than 3,100 square feet of meeting and event spaces that are serviced by the hotel’s dedicated crew.

Hyatt Centric Park City

Crossroads of the West: Hotels in Salt Lake City that are worth your buck

Image via the Hyatt Centric Park City

The Wasatch Mountains in Salt Lake City is one of the best places to visit especially when ski season arrives.

Hyatt Central Park City Hotel is located in the mountains and gives those who are looking to immerse in the alpine surroundings a convenient choice of accommodation that blend the best of its outdoor offerings with its indoor modern amenities.

Thanks to its strategic location, not only can guests enjoy the many ski and mountain activities available nearby the hotel, there are also incredible mountain views from each of the resort’s 130 lodge-style suites which come complete with stone fireplaces and overstuffed leather chairs.

Some of these rooms are also outfitted with a kitchenette and laundry machines. A pet-friendly hotel, resort facilities that include a heated outdoor pool, the Aloha Ski & Snowboard Rental shop, and a 24-hour fitness center also ensures that you have everything you need for a comfortable stay.

Guests can also indulge in locally sourced dishes available from the Escala Provisions Company Restaurant and Bar which features delicious meals amidst a welcoming Utah-style set-up.

*Some of the properties featured in this article are commercial partners of Travel Wire Asia

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