Perhaps the best way to get information about Salt Lake City is online before you go. The Salt Lake Convention and Visitors Bureau runs a graphically appealing and comprehensive website that caters to both the professional and recreational visitor. This website links you to skiing information, travel "deals," and also offers an online booking service for hotels, air, and car rentals. If you're more interested in brochures and  person-to-preson service, visit the Salt Lake Convention and Visitors Bureau, located downtown at 90 South West Temple (801-521-2822). You can also send away for a free copy of the Utah Visitors Guide, or if you're visiting the area sooner, stop by one of their visitor information centers at the airport or the Salt Palace Convention Center downtown (100 S. West Temple).

You can also check out the Salt Lake Tourist & Visitors Center Website. Here you'll find more general information about the history of the area, demographics, etc. You can also find information on hotels, ski areas, and the like here, as well as moving packages and even a link to hear the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Updated daily, this site is run by AAA, which has two offices in the city: downtown at 560 South 500 East and Draper at 1122 East Draper Parkway. You can also find links here to discounted hotels and ski packages and a visitors guide.

Also worth a gander, the CitySearch guide for Salt Lake proves handy and full of information and reviews of shopping, destinations, etc.