The Best Hotels to Book in Salt Lake City, Utah

Salt Lake City's best hotels offer mountain views and excellent facilities right at the heart of the action
Salt Lake City's best hotels offer mountain views and excellent facilities right at the heart of the action | © Andriy Kravchenko / Alamy Stock Photo
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1 October 2021

Taking a trip to Salt Lake City? Utah’s capital is a magnet for sports fans, Mormon heritage buffs and skiers heading to the cloud-capped Wasatch Mountains that tower over the city. Whatever your reason for visiting, choose from some of these top Salt Lake City hotels for prime mountain views, supreme facilities and star downtown locations, now bookable through Culture Trip.

The Grand America Hotel

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4.7/5 (904 Reviews)
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Now from $294 per night
Towering 24 stories high, the Grand America Hotel stands proudly downtown against the jagged Wasatch and Oquirrh Mountains. Inside, its soaring ceilings and 17th-century Flemish tapestries certainly make a grand impression, as does the decor in its 775 rooms and suites. Each one is adorned with handcrafted furniture, Italian marble bathrooms and leather-topped desks. Spend an afternoon at the award-winning spa or relaxing by the Mediterranean-style outdoor pool.
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Little America Hotel

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4.2/5 (2760 Reviews)
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Now from $106 per night
Little America is set just across from the Grand, its partner hotel. The four-diamond property boasts a cavernous chandelier lobby-lounge, English wool carpets and Richelieu furniture, along with a rooftop and courtyard pool. Stay in a chic tower room in the red-brick high-rise for windows that showcase mountain peak or city skyline views. The deluxe garden rooms have terraces that overlook manicured grounds and a decorative fountain.
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Hilton Salt Lake City Center

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4.1/5 (954 Reviews)
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Now from $124 per night
In typical Hilton Style, this hotel offers classy, minimalist rooms in a central location. The 18-story building overlooks Temple Street and is close to key sites like the Salt Lake Temple and Eccles Theatre. The most extravagant, top-floor suites have killer views of the Wasatch range, and there’s an indoor pool, hot tub and seasonal sundeck. Sink your teeth into a juicy, hand-cut steak accompanied by a fine wine at Spencer’s for Steaks and Chops, the Hilton’s multi-award-winning restaurant.
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Crystal Inn Hotel and Suites Salt Lake City – Downtown

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4.5/5 (2691 Reviews)
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Now from $118 per night
Crystal Inn Hotel and Suites has a more intimate feel, with welcoming touches like a free airport shuttle, indoor pool and expansive breakfast buffet. Choose from a variety of bright rooms and suites, decorated with light wood furnishings. The lavish king suite even has its own jet-tub. The Crystal Inn lies downtown, not far from the Salt Palace Convention Center and religious attractions in Temple Square.
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Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown

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4.1/5 (942 Reviews)
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Now from $147 per night
Splash out on the top-floor rooms and suites at the Radisson, which show off the twinkling city skyline and the mountain peaks. Guests have access to the heated indoor pool, hot tub and fitness center and are just a block from Salt Lake’s convention center. The Radisson’s popular Copper Canyon Grill House and Tavern is loved for its no-nonsense American cuisine. Try the Western Burger for juicy Angus beef topped with bacon, pepper jack cheese and all the trimmings.
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  • Sheraton Salt Lake City Hotel

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    4.1/5 (958 Reviews)
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    Now from $107 per night
    The red-brick Sheraton Hotel has a sunny outdoor pool deck dotted with loungers, as well as a state-of-the-art fitness center. Rooms are simple and fresh – think crisp white linens, stone-tiled bathrooms and flatscreen TVs. For more character, stay in one of the suites, which have lounge areas with leather sofas and flickering fireplaces. There’s a full-service Starbucks in the lobby, perfect for a grab-and-go coffee as you head out to explore the central sights on your doorstep.
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    The Cliff Lodge and Spa

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    4.2/5 (450 Reviews)
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    Now from $172 per night
    If you’ve come to ski, check into the Cliff Lodge and Spa. Set on the outskirts of Salt Lake City near Little Cottonwood Canyon, the lodge overlooks Snowbird’s famous ski slopes. There’s ski-in, ski-out access and a decadent spa with a heated pool, three outdoor hot tubs and a yoga studio. Indulge in a Mountain Healing treatment or traditional Thai or stone massage after a day on the slopes. Opulent spa-level bedrooms include full access to the Cliff Spa.
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    Kimpton Hotel Monaco Salt Lake City

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    4.4/5 (961 Reviews)
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    Now from $202 per night
    Check into Kimpton Hotel Monaco if you’re after a change from cookie-cutter chain hotels. The four-star boutique hotel lies in a historic bank building from the 1920s, as evidenced by the original teller windows and marble furnishings in the Vault Bar and Bambara Restaurant. The decor is all drama, with velvet armchairs, bold patterned carpets, swirly mirrors and high ceilings. Enjoy the evening social hour where guests are served wine and snacks.
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    These recommendations were updated on October 1, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh. This article is an updated version of a story created by Amy Blyth

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