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Most Utah hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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With its mountains and mesas, Utah attracts outdoor enthusiasts year-round. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) have made Utah a place of congregation, creating impressive buildings and an important cultural community.
Utah’s five national parks of Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef and Zion offer endless hiking and photography opportunities. Visit one or more to appreciate the spectacular rock formations with colorful shapes revealing the area’s geological history. Capture a photo of the sunrise or sunset over spires, domes and arches.
When members of the Mormon religion faced conflict elsewhere in the United States, Brigham Young led them westward and established a home in Salt Lake City, then mostly desert. Now this large metropolitan area has numerous architectural delights of LDS temples and city government buildings. Enjoy performing arts of the symphony and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
The city has more than 25 museums. Many family genealogists go to the Family History Library to search in its millions of documents for information about their ancestors to add to a family tree.
Salt Lake City hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics. Visit Utah Olympic Park and its museum to recall highlights of these exciting events. Go to Big Cottonwood Canyon, just outside the city, to hike in spring and summer, carve a pumpkin with the locals in fall or ski in winter.
The small town of Park City is one of the state’s most popular tourist spots, winter or summer. From the historic main street, take the Town Lift up to the top of a mountain for skiing, mountain biking or enjoying the views. Sundance Film Festival occurs here each January, premiering some of the nation’s best independent films.
Plan your Utah trip with your kids to include Ogden. Inspire budding paleontologists at George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park with lifelike recreations of prehistoric giants and interactive displays. Add the Treehouse Museum, Hill Aerospace Museum and Utah State Railroad Museum for a great variety of interesting exhibits and hands-on exploration.
A: If you're going to be in the center of Salt Lake City or Provo for a couple of days, maybe not. But if you're going to stay longer and want to explore the region of Salt Lake County or farther afield, go for it. Nothing can beat the freedom that you have with your own wheels. With our guide to Cheap Car Hire in Utah, finding the right vehicle is easy.
A: Most vacationers to Utah fly into Salt Lake City, UT (SLC-Salt Lake City Intl.). This transportation hub operates approximately 339 international flights every month.
A: Utah has lots of options for travelers on all budgets. If you're in need of a bit of R&R, you'll find lots of condos. Private vacation homes, hotels and motels are other popular places to stay.
A: Flights, a set of wheels and somewhere to rest at the end of the day — we have you covered. All you need to do is consider what combination of these meets your needs. With Expedia, you can plan your trip to Utah just how you like it, with additional attractions and experiences on offer to boot.
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A: Many visitors head to University of Utah and Alta Ski Area when in Salt Lake City. Salt Lake Temple is also worth checking out.
Brigham Young University, Thanksgiving Point and Sundance Ski Resort are well worth a visit if Provo is where you're spending most of your time.
Or, if Ogden is your only stop, we suggest you visit Lagoon Amusement Park, Powder Mountain Ski Resort and Snowbasin Ski Resort.
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Well maintained clean. Very friendly. Beautiful views
The Lodge delivers on everything promised, the views from the balconies is most amazing, Robin at the front desk most helpful. Will recomend to friends and be back. Thank you.
Best location as a base to explore Bryce Canyon. Great rooms. On site restaurants and great breakfast included. Within 5 min drive to Bryce Canyon entrance.
The hotel was very clean and nice. Unfortunately, the main road in front was under construction. I highly recommend this hotel.
Beautiful hotel. Great location for Bryce Canyon National Park. Really enjoyed our stay
We liked the room. However, the ice bucket was dirty. It looked like it had soda in it or something. My husband took it to the front desk. The woman went to storage and got him a clean one. Also, the room was very cold on entry. The thermostat was set at 65 degrees. The beds were comfortable.
Very friendly staff, nice rooms. Only downside was the breakfast was all gone an hour before it was expected to end so we didn’t get to eat there.