This Hampton was built in an old, historic building smack in downtown Ogden. This was my first stay here but I'll stay here again. The staff is friendly, the hotel and rooms clean and fresh, and there is plenty to eat within walking distance. There are also many other good places for food within short driving distance. Speaking of driving, that's the only downside to this hotel. The parking situation is much less than ideal. You can park right on the street in front of the hotel to check in, but the parking garage is located a block from and behind the hotel and the few spots fill up quickly. Don't plan to arrive and get a parking place, leave for dinner, and expect the spot to be there when you return. There is alternate parking available in an adjacent public garage but you need to return to the front desk to get a pass if there aren't any spaces available in the Hampton garage. Don't expect this to be like other Hampton Inns because it is an historic building. You may end up looking out your window at a brick wall, so if you're planning on more than one night, request a room facing the street.