Airport Inn Hotel

2333 West North Temple, (formerlyTravelodge Airport Inn), Salt Lake City, Utah, 84116, United States
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72%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
9%
17
Very Good
35%
60
Average
28%
49
Poor
11%
20
Terrible
14%
25

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  • Families39
  • Couples51
  • Solo57
  • Business57

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Forum Posts

National or Avis

by MFAMILY

I made a few quotaions online both for National and Avis, with p/up at SLC airport on July 15th and drop off in SFO Union Sq on July 25th.
For the exact same car (minivan for 7 people) the price is about 400 USD cheaper with National.
I have never rented a car with National before but have done it with Avis.
Does anyone know if they are reliable? It´s a lot of money...
If anyone has had an experience, please let me know.
Thank you.

Re: National or Avis

by yvr

No problem with National, the price difference you have been quoted is certainly huge, just be sure that the final quote you have been given with National includes the drop off charge and also that both offer unlimited miles.

Re: National or Avis

by mccalpin

Avis and Hertz are "first tier", and National, Enterprise, Budget, and all the rest are "second tier". The difference? Avis and Hertz run a lot more buses from the airport to the offsite rental car lot, have more personnel inside, and have better developed programs for business travelers. The difference to you? Not a lot, unless you travel on business all the time. The difference is certainly not worth $400 for a trip like this.

As Phil says, just make sure that you are comparing apples to apples for both companies, and if the difference is still $400, then National sounds like the way to go...

Bill

Re: National or Avis

by MFAMILY

Thanks for such quick replies.
I´ve been looking again at the quotes and they look pretty similar, in terms of insurance, taxes and unlimited miles. The drop charge and the taxes (% of the base rate and drop charge) make the big difference.
A difference of a few USD was expected, but more than USD300 leaves me to think. Car brand and type are the same - Chevrolet Uplander (that I hope is enought for the 7 of us).

Re: National or Avis

by YVRDave

National prides them selves on one way rates. They are very good with this service. You will also be able to choose the car you want. You are directed to a section in their lot where all cars in that size group have keys in them

Re: National or Avis

by MFAMILY

Great, than it's decided.

I LOVE YVR!!

Re: National or Avis

by YVRDave

Cool, I love Portugal too

Re: National or Avis

by yvr

Your just jealous Dave. :-)

Re: National or Avis

by MFAMILY

Don´t be. Come over. There´s always a spare room at our home ready to welcome VT friends! Honest. Just say when.
But the jealous one here it's me. Vancouver is a fantastic place! No wonder it´s said to be the best city in the world to live...

Travel Tips for Salt Lake City

You must see the Mormon Temple...

by dzni

You must see the Mormon Temple and Mormon Tabernacle. There are tons of trees and flowers and they're in a very nice setting within the city. To go inside the Tabernacle, you'll have to have a tour guide, which is a free thing, and they basically are all around the place looking for small groups that need a tour. So, there's no line.. just look for someone with a name badge. They'll take you around to the different sites in this 'park,' because there ARE other buildings too. At the end you're invited to watch a movie on Mormonism and its history and then offered the chance to receive a free Book of Mormon. :=)

The liquor laws are very...

by sverige

The liquor laws are very strange in Utah...you can only buy it from state owned liquor stores, and they like to hide them...they are hard to find. Also, you can only get 3.2 beer, but you can bring your own bottle in & pour your own shots...does this make sense?? I'm not sure...

See Buffalo and Antelope and more

by Segolily

Antelope Island was named by John Fremont and Kit Carson during an exploration to the Utah desert in 1845. They observed and killed some Antelope (more correctly Pronghorn) and grateful for the meat named the island in honor. The antelope disappeared after awhile, perhaps due to over hunting. When the State Park was opened in 1981 returning the namesake antelope was one of the priorities. Reintroduced in 1993, today they are fairly plentiful and easy to see.

In 1893 Mr John Dooley introduced 12 buffalo to the island in a commercial venture. They have prospered and the herd has grown and now there is a yearly fall roundup to count, innoculate and cull the herd. For awhile they were one of the only free ranging herds in the US. They are also one of the oldest known herds and are valued for their genetic properties.

Across the Street

by grandmaR about Olive Garden

This restaurant was right across the street from my hotel. I had dinner here the first night and spent $23.10. The only other thing I remember about it was that they were having a contest which I entered.

Old Nostalgic Hotel and Restaurant

by GracesTrips about Christopher's

We didn't make reservations for this particular evening so we drove around until we saw somethint appealing. The food wasn't all that great but it was warm place to dine at. I had the parmesan crusted halibut - it was a ton of food and my boyfriend had the fish and chips which he didn't seem to care for too much.

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Address: 2333 West North Temple, (formerlyTravelodge Airport Inn), Salt Lake City, Utah, 84116, United States