Ratings based on 1,262 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
3.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom CO
Friendly StaffPosted 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
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Pottstown, PA
Historical hotel with charmPosted Apr 16, 2015
My biggest concern was where to park. There is a lot across the street or next door for a fee. The hotel is older but has ambience. The tv could be updated but the bed is more important to me and it was comfortable. WiFi worked well and the included breakfast was good. Squatters brewery is diagonally from the hotel and is a good place to eat. I would stay again.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Utah
Slept like a rock!Posted Apr 12, 2015
Love the Victorian period decor-that is one of the reasons to choose this hotel. The close proximity to all of downtown, and the fact that it has TEMPURPEDIC beds, makes this my #1 pick for staying in Salt Lake. No there is no great view, but no other Hotel in SLC has a good view either. Plenty of good restaurants on the perimeter. Thanks again Peery.
by A verified travelerfrom london
Just take a picture of the lobby and turn aroundPosted Apr 10, 2015
The reason I booked this hotel was for the free wifi. I soon discovered that it's free because it barely worked. My devices could pick up the Hiltons signal across the street but not the actual hotel I'm staying in. It's very pretty but missing the basics like coffee in your room, a breakfast that is eatable and a room key that doesn't take about ten attempts to open the door. This could be a fantastic hotel and it certainly looks the part and the beds were extremely comfy but a little focus is needed on getting the basics right. If you want comfort and cleanliness then this hotel is a perfect little bit of history to stay in but if you want the extras that's now expected in a hotel stay then use one of the bigger chain hotels in the city and just pop into the Peery for a few pictures.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Andover, KS
Charming, Elegant AtmospherePosted Apr 8, 2015
Pros: Not your "usual" hotel; feels like stepping back in time!
Cons: Internet was flaky and inconsistent. Difficult to get a connection.
Location: Walking distance to City Creek (about 2 blocks) and Temple Square (about 4 blocks or 1/2 mile)
This is an historic hotel and is in great, well-maintained condition! Updated just enough to suit modern expectations, while maintaining the historic atmosphere. Rooms and beds are very comfortable. Very charming and an EXCELLENT location - walking distance to City Creek and Temple Square (about 4 blocks). Parking is $12 per 24 hours (you pay at one of the unmanned kiosks in the parking lot adjacent to the hotel). There are no refrigerators or microwaves in the rooms, but we were fine with that. Also, adding modern bathrooms required a bit of creative remodeling, but it was very well done, if different from the standard modern hotel bathroom. Staff is wonderful - very friendly and attentive; even the cleaning staff seem happy to see you. Hot breakfast was very good (either eggs and sausage or biscuits with an excellent white gravy each day we were there, along with an assortment of the usual breakfast items). The elevator will only take 2 people at once (part of being an historic building), but the stairs are wide and elegant if you need to use them.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
GreatPosted Apr 7, 2015
- very friendly staff - comfortable beds - located close to downtown - a lot of noise from outside in the night - breakfast very simple
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Richmond TX
Comfortable. Close to my location. CleanPosted Apr 6, 2015
Pros: Good Breakfast, clean, very friendly and helpful staff.
Cons: Upgrade their TV's from tube to flat screen
Location: I came to attend the LDS general conference. So most of what I did was touring church building and historic sites.
This was definitely a good hotel. I will recommend it to a friend any day. My only suggestion, which is not a complain is that it will be nice if the upgrade their TV's from tube TV to flat screens.
by A verified traveler
Staying in a SaunaPosted Mar 30, 2015
The thermostat was switched to heater on a day above 70. The cooler didn't cool the room at all. Had to request a fan which did minimal as well. A west facing room with a pull down blind that fell to the floor after a minimum pull to lift it. Took 2 people to open a window that must've been painted shut. The sauna room was still hot the next morning come checkout. There is no parking for the hotel so u have to pay $12 a night for the paid lot on the same property. Only 1 staff member on shift so he couldn't leave the front desk to help with anything. Worst hotel stay!
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Houston, TX
Nice Historic HotelPosted Mar 29, 2015
Very nice accommodating hotel. Large guestrooms and suites, well appointed Breakfast is mediocre Worth the price
by A verified travelerfrom Nevada
DisappointedPosted Mar 27, 2015
We booked a room at this motel over a month and a half ago. When we get to the motel we have to pay the $12 parking fee upfront. Then when my husband gets to the clerks desk to get our room we are told that they don't have one available. They are having plumbing issues. That would've been nice to know before we drove the 4+ hours just to get there. They said we could go to anther motel just down the road. But guess what...they didn't have any rooms either. We were very disappointed and will not be making any plans to stay there in the future. We'll just stick to the main motel chains.