Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Salt Lake City area.
Salt Lake City is the capital of Utah, the world center of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (the Mormons), home of the largest genealogical research facility in the world, and one of the country's top skiing and golfing destinations. A great vacation destination for the outdoor enthusiast, Salt Lake City offers outstanding alternatives for hiking, climbing, camping, fishing, hunting and boating. The downtown area alone hosts more than 20 art galleries and several of the area's more popular bed and breakfast inns, the rest scattered around the valley area outside of town, a theatre hosting major live productions, a great planetarium and a major zoo. Although taverns and pubs serving beer and wine are public, along with the better restaurants that serve liquor with food, all cocktail lounges not serving food are for members only and require member sponsorship for all new members, which for out of town visitors usually translates to something like a $5. cover charge for a two week temporary
membership. Salt Lake City has a great range of fine restaurants, from micro breweries to ethnic venues to top of the line continental fare.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Salt Lake City area by selecting one of the options shown below.
|·||Salt Lake City Airport||·||Downtown Salt Lake City|
|Lodging near the Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC), located about 6 miles to the northwest of the city center.||Lodging options in the city center, home to the Convention Center, the Historic District, and the State Capitol.|
|·||Park City - Central||·||Park City - Summit County|
|Located 30 miles from downtown Salt Lake City, Park City's hotels are plentiful for your winter or summer vacation plans.||Lodging options in the surrounding areas of Park City, in places such as Alta, Brighton, and Snowbird.|
|·||Ogden - Salt Lake North||·||Salt Lake City South|
|Lodging to the north of the city center, in places such as Ogden, Logan, and Brigham City.||Lodging options located to the south of the city center, in places such as Murray, Sandy, and West Valley City.|
|The sister communities of Provo and Orem, forming the second-largest metropolitan area of Utah and is home to Brigham Young University.||Lodging options northeast of Salt Lake City, in southwestern Wyoming, including the communities of Evanston, Green River, Kemmerer, Rock Springs and others.|
Area Facts: As one of the few large cities between the Rocky Mountains and the U.S. West Coast, Salt Lake City is an important commercial and industrial center. The Great Salt Lake, the city's namesake, is the largest body of salt water in North America. The area code for Salt Lake City is 801.
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