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Salt Lake City Vacation Packages
Salt Lake City Vacation Packages
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Featured hotels in Salt Lake City
Marriott Park City
Marriott Park City
Nestled in the heart of Utah ski country among the majestic Wasatch Mountains, the Marriott Park City is a prime destination for ski and golf enthusiasts, business travelers, and pleasure-seeking vacationers.
3 stars
Westgate Park City Resort and Spa
Westgate Park City Resort and Spa
Westgate Park City Resort & Spa in Park City, Utah, provides guests all the comforts of a fully furnished home, all within minutes of Park City ski slopes, attractions, shops and restaurants.
3 stars
Monaco Salt Lake City
Monaco Salt Lake City
The 14-storey building, the hotel offers guests some of the most hospitable, stylish accommodation units among Salt Lake City boutique hotels.
5 stars
Hilton Salt Lake City Center
Hilton Salt Lake City Center
This full-service modern hotel comprises a total of 499 rooms over 18 floors and offers a convenient Downtown location.
4 stars
Red Lion Hotel Downtown Salt Lake
Red Lion Hotel Downtown Salt Lake
Location This hotel offers an amazing city centre location in the heart of Salt Lake City, Utah and is just minutes away from exciting local attractions.
3 stars
Peery Hotel
Peery Hotel
Close proximity to business district and Major attractions located nearby. Location Easy access to convention center Shopping area is just minutes away Conveniently located in City Center.
4 stars
What to do in Salt Lake City
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Iced Out
Originally built to host speed skating competitions during the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games, the Utah Olympic Oval is now a multi-purpose recreation complex for everyone to enjoy. This facility stands uncontested as "The Fastest Ice on Earth" and offers a 400-meter speed skating oval, two international size ice sheets, the popular Aerial Bungee System, an indoor soccer field, a controlled climate four-lane, 442-meter running track, eight 110-meter sprint lanes, weight room, skate rentals and a World Record Lounge where you can chill out. Phone: (801) 968-OVAL
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Skiin' Deep
Pack the sun block and sunglasses and hit the sunny, snow-covered mountains at Alta for an adventure as unique as a snowflake. Named the No. 1 Ski Resort in the US (along with Snowbird) by Skiing Magazine for four years running, Alta provides skiing fun for every level of skier with its awesome beginner and intermediate terrains. This world renowned resort also offers lodging, dining, helicopter and backcountry tours, massages and church services. Don't worry if you're not a pro, the Alf Engen Ski School, rated one of the Top Ten Ski Schools in North America, offers exceptional skiing lessons for even the most experienced skiers. Phone: (801) 359-1078
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Snowed Inn
Fly away to the ultimate skiers and snowboarders' playground, Snowbird. Ride, slide, jump and land on 89+ runs, an array of freestyle terrain parks and a 375 feel long Superpipe. Named the No. 1 Ski Resort in the US (along with Alta) by Skiing Magazine for four years running, Snowbird offers one aerial tram, chairlifts, including three high-speed detachable quads and seven doubles and two rope tows, plus 882 lodging rooms between four lodging properties, a luxurious spa, a plethora of dining options, four-season activities and a staff trained to spoil you. Phone: (801) 933-2200

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What to see in Salt Lake City
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Bad to the Bone
Offering an extensive collection of Native American artifacts, Ice Age fossils, and more than 30 Jurassic dinosaur skeletons, the Utah Museum of Natural History is entertaining for adults and children alike. This excellent museum covers more than 200 million years, taking you on a journey through time with intriguing dinosaur exhibits and collections of rocks and minerals. Special touring exhibitions are available. Open daily. Admission starts at $1.50 for children. Phone: 801-581-4303
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Magic Cauldron
Relive the chills and thrills of Salt Lake City 2002 at the stunning Olympic Cauldron Park. This spectacular attraction is home to the famous cauldron, the technological marvel of glass and steel that cradled the Olympic Flame. Stand at the Hoberman Arch, the exact spot where athletes received their medals and superstars belted out songs before crowds of 20,000. See, hear and even feel the excitement at the 180-degree theater and enjoy an incomparable art gallery showcasing the greatest moments of the Games. Admission is free. Theater tickets start at $2 for children. Phone: (801) 581-8849
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Squared Away
Attracting close to five million people annually, historic Temple Square is Salt Lake's biggest attraction and one of the major tour sites of the West. Enjoy the beauty and serenity of the imposing six-spired granite Salt Lake Temple, the domed Tabernacle, home of the famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the great Tabernacle organ. Additional attractions include a visitors' center with Old and New Testament paintings and an 11-foot replica of Thorvaldsen's Christus. Admission is free. Tours of the grounds and buildings are available in 40 languages. Phone: (800) 537-9703

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What to eat in Salt Lake City
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Dinner and a Move
Located near the top of historic Main Street in a rustic turn-of-the-century building, Cisero's is where you can dine and dance all under the same roof. Cisero's delicious Italian menu is pleasing to both your palate and wallet with deliciously affordable selections like fresh homemade pastas, seafood and their specialty fisherman's stew. After dinner, burn some calories in their nightclub dancing to live music from rock to reggae to blues. Phone: (435) 649-5044
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Eth-aerial Dining
Surrender to a heavenly combination of eclectic cuisine and the spectacular mountain views at the Aerie Restaurant. Situated on the tenth floor of The Cliff Lodge, the Aerie serves favorite appetizers like the Crispy Brie Wrapped in Pastry and the exquisite Ahi Tempura Roll. Beautiful bright tapestries and cozy fireplaces create warm surroundings in which to enjoy such as their specialty: Barbecue Glazed Filet of Beef served with Potato Risotto and Onion Fondue. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Phone: 801-933-2160
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Hunger Pangs Gone
Distinguished by their authentic Brazilian cuisine, this "Hot Concept" award-winning restaurant's most popular menu item, the "Full Rodizio", is an outrageous all-you-can-eat feast. At Rodizio Grill, servers bring you an endless variety of skewers ranging from turkey wrapped with ham and top sirloin to Brazilian sausage, swordfish and fruits. And they'll keep bringing them until you say "stop!" For lighter appetites, the unlimited salad bar boasts a variety of fruit and vegetable salads, along with soup, potatoes, rice and pasta. Phone: (801) 322-5055

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