Best Western Airport Inn Salt Lake City

315 North Admiral Byrd Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84116, United States
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Thank you

by frenchlondon

Thank you all of you for your replies. You really did help me in making a decision.

I ll stick to Chicago then. Although i know i ll visit Saint Louis some day. Thanks for Nashville and memphis tips. I wont go this time as i think a week end is a bit two short for these two cities.

As for Salt lake city, maybe i was being a bit naive. I knew it was a religious place but maybe not to such an extent. I usually dont go to places according to whether they are gay places or not. I ve been to israel, morocco, tunsia, turkey and i usually like muslim places, so i was thinking that i could cope with SLC. What really did it for me was the tip about alcholol. What! I have to pay for a membership to have a beer! Or i have to bring my own alcohol and pay for drinking it in a bar! Nope, that's a big downside for me! I am sure SLC is a lovelly place but having read all the advices it might not be suitable for me.

As for San francisco, i ve been before. Beautiful city, i love it but..guess what, i found it a bit cliche, the gay scene i mean.

I really love Chicago and Boston, and Gloucester, MA. I find it a magical place. There is no way it s gay friendly place but it feels so special there, i will be back soon.

Places in the US i always wanted to go but never had the chance or time to go: Santa Barbara, Dallas, Sacramento, Seattle and Phoenix.

I dont know why places like LA, New york or Miami do not appeal to me. Maybe i am just weird!

RE: Thank you

by Rixie

Have a good time in Chicago. If you've already been to SF, try Santa Barbara next time. Beautiful coastal city.

RE: Thank you

by Minstrelette

Good choice about Chicago- one of my favourite US cities (reminds me to plan a trip back there soon). Just curious why you're interested in Phoenix. I lived there for a few years and enjoyed the surrounding areas for hiking but didn't love the city itself. To generalise- it's a bunch of strip malls and golf courses. Of course there are other things, but they are few and far between. Literally. Phoenix is one of the most sprawling cities and you'll definitely need a car- be prepared for traffic all day, not just during "rush hours". Instead of Phoenix, I recommend Tucson. It's easier to get around, the people are friendlier (in general), and has the same landscape as Phoenix. And from Tucson, you could do an overnight trip to Phoenix (about a 2 hour drive).

Travel Tips for Salt Lake City

Deer Valley, Utah

by karenincalifornia

Deer Valley was the venue for the Women's Moguls event at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. This is a view from the slopes of the valley at the foot of the resort.

Deer Valley is perhaps a bit over groomed, but most people visiting Deer Valley seem to like the steep groomed runs. It also has a few black diamond runs that are not groomed, so challenging runs can be found. This is one of the few (if not only) resorts in Utah that does not permit snowboarding. The food is much better here than at most ski resorts. There is no question that Deer Valley is a class act.


by frankcanfly

I've been to the Salt Lake Area many times on a Ski Trip! Brighton Ski area is one of my favorite areas.

You can even take a bus here from downtown straight to the ski areas! If you rent your equipment in downtown Salt Lake, you'll find some better deals.

Lagoon Amusement Park

by Segolily

This amusement park began its life over a century ago. It has survived and grown over the years offering a variety of activities. Though not on par with any of the great amusement parks in the rest of the country it is a great place to spend a day. It is the only amusement park available between Denver and the west coast so plenty of people from outside the Salt Lake area come as well.

When we go we usually begin at the pool, called Lagoon-a-Beach. This is the perfect place to be on a hot afternoon. With a lazy river, several water slides and kiddie water play area there is enough to entertain for a couple hours.

Then on to the rides. The park makes a point of adding new rides every year. The last couple years they have been upgrading the kiddie rides. But they still have my personal favorite from when I was young enough to ride it, "Bulgy the Whale".

"Colossus" and "Wicked" are the newest wildest. The wooden "Roller Coaster" still holding its own as a wild and crazy experience. The "Ferris Wheel" is huge and gives great views, especially at sunset.

At the back of the park is a western theme area with the second best ride "Rattlesnake Rapids", a mock white water ride on which you WILL get wet. In that area is the Pioneer Village with stores in original log cabins gathered from around the state.
The paddle boats out on the lagoon are gone, but there is a train ride around it that helps the legs relax for awhile. Wild animals are on view, not without some controversy about their living conditions.

There are a couple rides for which there is an extra charge. The "Sky Coaster" a huge swing, the "Catapault", a shot into the air, and the "Top Eliminator", a drag race. They are usually felt to be worth the extra money. They also give reserved time units so you don't wait in line for them.

Then it is time for dinner. There are plenty of pavilions to use. Some are reserved for groups but if they are not you can bring in your own picnics in coolers to eat at the tables or grassy areas. If you don't have your own food there are food stands throughout the park.

At night the water rides shut down and it is time for some of the other activities. There are all the midway games to try, lots of stuffed animals to win. Take a ride on the "Merry Go Round", with carved wooden horses still from the original ride. There are several live entertainment stages with mediocre talent that nevertheless manage to get you swaying in your seats to the beat. Then time for one more ride on any of the many options. Things don't die down till around midnight so lots of time to enjoy the quiet summer nights.

It is a fun place and a summer tradition.

Jersey's Sports Bar

by Ewingjr98

An Asian sports bar? OK... I'll bite.

We stopped in because this sports bar was visible from our room at the Red Lion Inn. The bar sits in a small plaza next to the Brewviews movie theater. Inside the bar is very clean and modern, with the exception of a handful of old TVs that need to be upgraded to flat screens. When we arrived the restaurant was pretty busy with mostly a younger crowd.

The menu was about 75 percent Chinese food with the other quarter being traditional bar food like burgers, pizza, and chicken wings. We decided to try the Asian, so I had the Szechuan chicken and dad tried the beef and tomatoes (is this Asain?). The meals were about $10 each, and the pile of food was amazing. Quality was definately a little lower than I'm used to, but maybe OK for Utah. The bar was entertaining; we stayed for a few hours watching college football and baseball on the big projector screen above the bar. A large group of Florida Gators fans congregated in the back room and had a great time watching their team upset LSU.

Olympic Park

by Spotman

Olympic Park just outside of Park City is a sight to behold. Being originally from Atlanta it was great to host the olympics and experienc the Olympic Village in downtown Atlanta. After moving to SLC the Olympic Park and Park City just blew me away...Absolutly Gorgeous. If you can scratch of 200.00 you should Bobsled.


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 Best Western Airport Inn Salt Lake City

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Address: 315 North Admiral Byrd Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84116, United States