Hilton Salt Lake City Airport

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

5151 Wiley Post Way, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84116, United States

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Satisfaction Very Good
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 22% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families70
  • Couples57
  • Solo50
  • Business51
  • Surprisingly Nice


    Pulling up to the hotel, I was not sure I would like it. The street entrance is not inviting, but inside is nicer than expected...AND the lake and walking path behind the hotel is beautiful. All rooms have a small balcony. The indoor pool is nice, as well as the basketball court and putting green. I'm glad I stayed and will return.

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Sightseeing advice

by halfdays

Hello: My family will be in Salt Lake City from July 6-11 of this year. We're staying at the Salt Lake City Marriott (University Park) as my daughter will be in a competition at the University. Are there any attractions and restaurants that anyone could recommend that are fairly close by? I will most likely be renting a car from the airport. Thanks, Tim

Re: Sightseeing advice

by travelgourmet

If you have a day to sightsee, then I suggest a 35 minute drive to Old Town Park City. See their website: http://www.parkcityinfo.com/

Re: Sightseeing advice

by RoscoeGregg

Salt Lake YOO HOO!!

There is a good coffee shop on 4th south The Salt Lake Roasting Co. If you are there on a hot afternoon try the Banana Espresso Frappe. It only comes in 2s so you will want a friend to share with.

I highly recommend a day hike on one of the many trails in the Wasatch Mountains. They are literally minutes from downtown.

Even if you are not LDS a tour of the Temple Square is very interesting. It is after all the center of large religion. Kind of like the Vatican of the Mormon Church.

There is a fantastic Farmers’ Market in pioneer park right near downtown. They have art and food vendors. It makes for a great way to spend a Saturday morning.

I have not lived in Salt Lake for 10 years now but I believe this info to be accurate. You have picked a great town to visit had a ton of fun

Happy Trails,


Re: Sightseeing advice

by dhutch2

Salt Lake City is full of history. There is a LDS Temple in Salt Lake that is breath taking. There are also museums and historic sites and dinosaur fossil sites. Park City is a famous city to visit, full of activities like hiking, fishing, golfing, zip lines, etc. One site that helps for Utah Travel and Park City Activities is www.parkcityreservations.com. They can also help with hotels and cheap car rentals. Hope that helps, maybe you can call them and get more specifics.

Re: Sightseeing advice

by greggypetty

There are lots of places to go to. Definitely go to Temple Square - it doesn't matter if you are LDS or not. Try dinner at the Lion House, its very delicious. There is the Hogle Zoo nearby as well. Depending on how far out of the main part of Salt Lake you want to go, there are many sites in Park City and other areas. If you only want to stay in Salt Lake, you can also go to the Clark Planetarium. It's a fun little museum, but depending on the age of the children in your family, the level of interest may differ.

Travel Tips for Salt Lake City

just what we were looking for

by richiecdisc

Salt Lake City is a nice enough place and if traveling in the area, it deserves a look. It's certainly a serviceable town for the beautiful nature that surrounds it. It is hard to argue with free attractions and we enjoyed a few of them but at the end of the day, we came here at least partially to try the beers being brewed in a city restricting their alcohol level to 3.2%. I would not go back to Salt Lake for more of the Temple Square, but I would not mind returning to Squatters Pub Brewery! The Huckleberry House was the cutest place and unbeknownst to us, just what we were looking for on our long drive from The Tetons of Wyoming to the city of the Latter Day Saints in Utah. An early start from camp meant yet another cereal bar in the car with no hot beverage. We had worked our way around this meager and unsatisfying breakfast by having a second later in the morning while camping at Grand Teton National Park. After a dawn photo shoot, the second breakfast was something hot and a coffee usually accompanied it. Being on the road, whipping up pancakes on this day was not an option and we had not passed many other opportunities on this lonely stretch of Route 89 between Jackson and Montpelier, ID where we now found ourselves driving through. That is until this cute little house popped up out of nowhere. It looked like one of those quaint touristy shops that sells scented soap and potpourri to grannies on tour buses but it said coffee on the sign and whoever had done the decorating knew how to convey cozy and come on in. (concluded below in Fondest Memory)

Relax it isn't that bad

by Laughinglunatic

Yes, beer is 3.2 %, and mixed drinks can only have one shot, but they cost less than out of town bars. Yes, clubs have "private memberships" so that it is legal for people to smoke in the club. Just ask for a temporary membership (which most places the same price as it was to get in the door). Alchohol stops being served at 1:00 AM, in California it is 2 AM. One hour difference, big whoop. Liquor stores do suck, they are only open until 10:00 PM. If you are in downtown there is one at 400 South and 200 West. There are a lot of fun bars in downtown Salt Lake, most out-of-towners love Port O' Call 400 South West Temple.

Hill Aerospace Museum

by Yaqui

Wow, I really enjoyed this musuem. It has some of the most significate historical representation of aviation marvels. They have lots of outside displays as well and many inside displays. Make a point to take extra time to see all it has to offer!

75th ABW/MU
7961 Wardleigh Road, Building 1955
Hill Air Force Base, Utah 84056-5842

DSN: 777-6868 or 777-6818

The easiest way to get to Park...

by brewjohnson

The easiest way to get to Park City is to fly into Salt Lake City and rent a car or take a shuttle from the airport. Shuttles run at almost any hour of the day and cost about 25 dollars.
To get around town, if you don't have a rental car, there are taxi vans that can be called. They can take you anywhere in and around town for 2-5 dollars.

The place I go for Korean

by cnel355 about Myung-ga

I've been to every Korean restaurant in town, I being Korean of course. This is the one I go to the most because of price and dish. I either get the kalbi, kimchi chegae, or the bi bim bap.

I've been to Ejos the new and beautiful Korean restaurant. Great seafood pancake, but it is expensive and their bulgogi was disappointing. I will pay good money if the food is excellent. It is pricey here and the food just doesn't match.

I've been to Korean House. Not that good.

I've been to Jang's. It is not good.


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Address: 5151 Wiley Post Way, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84116, United States