If you are in the Salt Lake City corridor, try to stop over night here. First, Ogden is an interesting, low-key, historical town; so there are a couple of sights to visit. There is a unique combo of a revitalizing old town & a brand new property, of which the Hilton Garden Inn is part.
This is a two-year old, first class business hotel w/great amentities, from a luxurious guest lobby reading room, pool, fitness facility & top drawer restaurnat. Beautful furnishings & eager-to-help staff. Special kudos to Todd!
Outstanding, made-to-order breakfast, served w/white linen. Complimentary newspapers.
Fabulous, spacious, well-laid-out room (we wereon 4th floor), overlooking the shopping/eating/recreation complex. Lighting very good w/only one dark spot. High quality desk w/desk lamp & plenty of sockets. Micro-wave, frig, comfortable King bed, lounge chair w/ottoman & side table. Modern tall, glass, large cabinet shower (no tub), modern fixtures & large Corian-type vanity.
Only real negatvie was that the bathroom door swung into the hall/exit area of the room. Tastefully furnished.
Parking was in a seperate gate-controlled parking garage.
Everything felt first class & was offered at a bargain price.