Conveniently located in the entertainment district of Salt Lake City and adjacent to the Salt Palace Convention Center, the Hilton Salt Lake City Center hotel is Utah's premier meeting and recreation destination. This pet friendly hotel has a great range of guest rooms and suites, all offering high-speed internet access and panoramic views across the stunning Salt Lake Valley and impressive mountain peaks Maintain your fitness regime at the modern fitness center featuring Precor© equipment, or swim a few laps of the indoor pool. Outside of the hotel grounds you will find many attractions to keep you busy, including the Clark Planetarium, the EnergySolutions Arena, Utah Museum of Natural History and Utah's Hogle Zoo. This Salt Lake City hotel is the ideal base for sightseeing as it is conveniently located on the Salt Lake light rail system Select from dining options served from sun up to sun down. Start the day at Trofi for breakfast or stop by our Coffee Bar for Starbuck's coffee throughout the day. Considered one of Salt Lake's best steakhouses, Spencer's for Steaks and Chops is the perfect place to end the day in a warm and inviting atmosphere with a Wine Spectator award-winning wine list
I always stay at the Hilton, it's great location and pretty luxury althought there's many more luxury hotels, Hilton is great in price and location, close to bars and City Creek Mall
The extra charge for parking should be included with the stay
The daily parking seemed a little steep given both the parking garage and surrounding streets were basically empty.
I didn't like that you had to pay for parking each day and you had to pay for WiFi.
The location was excellent and the facilities were very nice. The young man who first met us as we drove up was very, very friendly and helpful.
We had trouble getting connected to the Wi-Fi. When we did (with the help of their out-sourced IT) it was a very weak signal. Also, when we got to the hotel, the place seemed a bit chaotic with wedding guests, wedding parties and tons of people clogging the entry way.
When I was working I stayed at this hotel year after year, and appreciated the little extras they had. This room was very basic, no extras or frills - but it was close to the political convention I was attending.