Ratings based on 1,275 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.9 out of 5
89% of guests recommend
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
3.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

Great location, cool historic hotel

Posted May 1, 2015
Pros: Historic hotel, had a lot of character
Cons: Seems like they are just getting by - could be a great place if someone came in and bought it and put a little $$ into it.
Location: Location is great, right in the middle of everything.
Heard about this place from a friend, found a great deal on Expedia so booked it. It is a beautiful old historic hotel with lots of character. However, just seemed like they not done anything to improve - kind of in limbo. Could be like the Oxford in Denver if someone came in and put some $$ and effort into it. Great location and great deal but needs some help.
2 out of 5
by A verified travelerfrom Australia

Charming lobby, cramped rooms, terrible breakfast

Posted Apr 30, 2015
Pros: The hotel staff were the highlight. Always polite and helpful.
Cons: Either cease providing breakfast and quests can try local cafes and save a few dollars on the room, OR charge more for the option of a quality meal.
Location: Very close the city centre. Walking distance to shops, restaurants and convention centre. Recommend Antelop Island if you have a half a day free.
I was in Salt Lake city for a medical conference and needed somewhere reasonably priced within walking distance from the Convention centre, and the Peery Hotel met that need. However, my experience at The Peery overall was disappointing. The reception staff were polite and helpful, and the period style lobby was beautifully furnished. Unfortunately that's were the charm ended. The room was extremely cramped, and despite the double bed you would be hard pressed to have two people in the room. There was only enough room for one person to walk around the bed/ to get to the bathroom or out the door at one time, and once you add suitcases to the mix...well you get the picture. Breakfast was the least enjoyable part of my stay. While they did provide both hot and continental options, the quality of the food was poor. To top it off guests are provided with plastic cutlery/plates and foam bowls for your cereal, it was simply not good enough given the amount guests are paying per room. As a guest I would have happily sought out a local cafe if there was no breakfast provided OR paid an additional fee for the option of breakfast and have a higher quality meal/service provided.
3 out of 5
by A verified travelerfrom Salt Lake City

Posted Apr 30, 2015
It was quiet and comfortable beds! No room to put anything such as toiletries and suitcases. Lousy TV. Had to pay for parking. Too expensive !
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Business Travelers
by A verified traveler

Posted Apr 30, 2015
Pros: Very kind staff !!
For business, I had to go to "Salt Palace Convention Center" in Salt Lake City, so it was very comfortable location !!
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

Posted Apr 30, 2015
The most comfortable hotel I've stayed in. I enjoyed the historic details of the place.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

Posted Apr 29, 2015
The rooms are not too big, but they are full of character and super cozy. The views of downtown are super fun and location is perfect.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveler

Charming older hotel - must pay for parking

Posted Apr 25, 2015
Pros: I enjoy the character of older buildings- the architecture, the furnishings, the details. This hotel is not like a doily-covered B&B, either.
Cons: Free parking for guests. There may have been water damage at some point, as the lobby can smell a bit moldy or musty.
Location: There are many nearby (walking distance) restaurant options, including Squatters, P.F. Chang's, Ruth's Chris Steak House, The New Yorker, and more.
The hotel is an historic building, one of the first places of worship for Jews in Utah. The lobby is beautiful, with carved wooden antique furniture, chandelier, impressive central staircase, etc. Stay includes continental breakfast which includes hot dishes such as scrambled eggs and biscuits and gravy. Staff is friendly and helpful. Door key cards can be tricky- had to return to lobby twice because I the card wouldn't open the door. Turned out the door wasn't pulled completely closed. Room was nice size with very comfortable, firm, King bed. Hotel has free wi-fi and some cable channels, (but not HBO.) Shower temperature and pressure was great, though some issues with water pressure for flushing. Biggest down side is lack of available parking. Good sized lot is available next door, but guests must pay $6 for 5 hours, or $12 for 24 hours. I overheard the desk clerk tell someone it can be higher if there are special events downtown.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Business Travelers
by A verified travelerfrom Vancouver, Canada

I was a bit worried

Posted Apr 24, 2015
Pros: Location, style
Cons: Breakfast, some staff
Location: Within a block so many great restaurants and bars
It's an old hotel, so you never know, but the restoration was complete and current enough that it felt just fine. For me it was just about a change from the usual hotel chain's, something more local and different. Price was great, bed was great, free WiFi but lousy breakfast.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified travelerfrom FLORIDA

EXCELLENT LOCATION AND VERY CLEAN

Posted Apr 20, 2015
Pros: FRIENDLY STAFF, AND LOCATION.
Cons: IT WILL BE GOOD IF THERE WAS FOOD AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ALL DAY AT THE HOTEL.
Location: IS IT A GREAT LOCATION WITH REALLY WAKING DISTANCE IT WAS GREAT TO STAY THERE.
I HAD A GOOD TIME THERE I STRONGLY RECOMMENDEDT
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified travelerfrom CO

Friendly Staff

Posted Apr 16, 2015
I went by myself and I kept asking questions about the city and asking for favors and they were more than happy to help me out