We stayed at University Guest House on the recommendation of an appointment scheduler at the Moran Eye Clinic. The hotel is very close to the Eye Center which made things very convenient. The hotel is lovely, and the staff is extremely friendly and helpful. Our room was large, very clean, and comfortable. They advertise a free breakfast buffet for guests, but we had no idea just how extensive it would be. They had several kinds of bagels, muffins, pastries, cereals, and juice, plus eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, French toast and fresh fruit. The buffet was overseen by staff members who constantly checked to make sure items were refilled. This hotel is one of the best we have stayed in, and I highly recommend it to anyone visiting Salt Lake City. It is near all the University of Utah medical buildings, but you don't have to be a patient to stay there. However if you are a patient, the hotel offers a medical discount.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our 180-room hotel features spectacular views of the Salt Lake Valley and the surrounding University of Utah campus. Its proximity to both a TRAX train station and a campus shuttle stop allows you to explore both campus and Salt Lake City easily. Add affordable, comfortable rooms with fantastic amenities and you’ll understand why visitors love the Guest House. Our amenities include complimentary hot breakfast and wireless internet, complimentary local shuttle, state of the art fitness room and 30,000 sq ft of conference space. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- University Guest House And Conference Center
- University Guest House Hotel Salt Lake City
- University Guest House & Conference Center Salt Lake City, Utah