Between its signature Afternoon Tea and the serene Grand Spa, The Grand America – the flagship property of the Little America Hotel family—knows how to plunge guests into immersive relaxation. Suites and Premier Rooms feature step-out balconies, ideal for pre-dinner drinks. As the only AAA Five-Diamond hotel in Salt Lake City, The Grand manages to be both luxurious and family-friendly, with amenities like cribs and a babysitter concierge service. Within, you’ll find many fabulous dining options, but leave room for one or two choices from the pastel rainbow of macarons at La Bonne Vie.
From Temple Square and the famous Spiral Jetty land art to a vibrant LGBTQ community, world-class restaurants and the Greatest Snow on EarthTM (yup, the powder’s so deep, it’s trademarked), there are plenty of things to do in Salt Lake City. Whether the city is your final destination or your basecamp for nearby adventures, no shortage of charming lodging options awaits.
Guests seeking a cosmopolitan luxury experience should book with The Grand America or Hotel Monaco, while history buffs will delight in historic inns sporting design redolent of bygone eras. Adding diversity to the local lodging scene are boutique hotels and quirky B&Bs like the Anniversary Inn, where no two themed rooms are alike. Visitors planning to spend most of their time exploring or skiing in the close-by Cottonwood Canyons might consider a stay at the Silver Fork Lodge or Snowbird’s Cliff Lodge, located right in the Wasatch mountains.
Wherever you make reservations, endearing and affordable are the name of the Salt Lake lodging game. Look forward to warm customer service, distinctive decor, and prices that beat out many other cities.