Hotels near Downtown
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
Navigating the city is easy thanks to its urban grid system. Downtown offers a light-rail train that is free within the area, or you can hire a horse-drawn hansom cab for a guided tour. Walking is always an option: the sidewalks are wide, clean and well-lit in the evening. Within easy reach are dozens of local shops and art galleries, traveling Broadway shows at Capitol Theater and the historic temple complex of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Dining options include Italian at Michelangelo's, South Asian at the Himalayan, and homey comfort food at Lamb's.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Downtown

Hyatt Place Salt Lake City Airport
Hyatt Place Salt Lake City Airport
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4.1
949 reviews
52 Tommy Thompson Road, Salt Lake City
from $75
Salt Lake Marriott Downtown at City Creek
Salt Lake Marriott Downtown at City Creek
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3.8
359 reviews
75 S West Temple, Salt Lake City
from $99
Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Salt Lake City-Airport West
Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Salt Lake City-Airport West
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3.7
312 reviews
5001 W. Wiley Post Way, Salt Lake City
from $73
Marriott City Center
Marriott City Center
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3.8
741 reviews
220 S State St, Salt Lake City
from $99
Marriott University Park
Marriott University Park
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3.8
566 reviews
480 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City
from $89
Salt Lake Plaza Hotel at Temple Square
Salt Lake Plaza Hotel at Temple Square
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3.5
1707 reviews
122 W South Temple, Salt Lake City
from $69
Radisson Salt Lake City Arprt
Radisson Salt Lake City Arprt
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3.6
824 reviews
2177 W North Temple, Salt Lake City
from $69
Red Lion Hotel Salt Lake Downtown
Red Lion Hotel Salt Lake Downtown
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3.4
1171 reviews
161 W 600 S, Salt Lake City
from $79
Shilo Inn Suites Hotel - Salt Lake City
Shilo Inn Suites Hotel - Salt Lake City
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2.8
871 reviews
206 S West Temple, Salt Lake City
from $79
The Metropolitan Inn
The Metropolitan Inn
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3.3
981 reviews
524 S West Temple, Salt Lake City
from $71
More About Hotels near Downtown...

Navigating the city is easy thanks to its urban grid system. Downtown offers a light-rail train that is free within the area, or you can hire a horse-drawn hansom cab for a guided tour. Walking is always an option: the sidewalks are wide, clean and well-lit in the evening. Within easy reach are dozens of local shops and art galleries, traveling Broadway shows at Capitol Theater and the historic temple complex of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Dining options include Italian at Michelangelo's, South Asian at the Himalayan, and homey comfort food at Lamb's.

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