Some aspects of the traditional room decor look dated
Some noise on weekend nights from a nearby nightclub
This 775-room property is the most luxurious in Salt Lake City, and offers guests old-world charm on a grand scale. Its classic style is characterized by warm wood paneling, Italian marble accents, Venetian chandeliers, and wrought iron or white balustrade balconies that overlook well-groomed courtyards. Big rooms are traditional and sophisticated (if in need of some updating) and the decadent marble bathrooms are a highlight. The amenities live up to the standard set by the rest of the hotel: The fitness center is large and modern, the pools are lovely, and the spa is one of the best in the area.
In Downtown Salt Lake City, near popular tourist sites
The Grand America is in Downtown Salt Lake City, within walking distance or a short drive of popular sites. (Note, however, that it's a bit of a trek to walk to Temple Square from here.) Downtown has beautiful views of the Wasatch Mountains and lots of funky, interesting shops -- including more than 20 art galleries and antique shops.
Utah's capital, Salt Lake City, is nestled in one of the most beautiful areas of the country -- between the Wasatch Mountains and Great Salt Lake. Salt Lake is known for its stiff religious affiliations, but it still offers a decent nightlife scene, and is becoming increasingly popular with nature lovers and adventure sports fans.
15-minute drive from Salt Lake City International Airport
3-minute walk to Main St @450 S Light Rail station
3- to 5-minute walk to various restaurants Downtown
10-minute walk to Salt Lake City Public Library
5-minute drive to Salt Lake Art Center
5-minute drive to Utah Symphony and Orchestra
5-minute drive to Clark Planetarium
5-minute drive or 20-minute walk to Temple Square, home to a famous Mormon temple and the Family History Library
10-minute drive to Utah Museum of Fine Arts
12-minute drive to Utah's Hogle Zoo
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