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215 West South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT
0.2 mi from
Accommodations were comfortable, inviting, and very convenient to Salt Palace convention center. Staff was wonderful. Service at restaurant was slow and sometimes absent. Disappointing, because the food was excellent.
Love the location, very close to Salt Palace. The pool area was also nice. Not worth the price for anything other than location. Bathroom was pretty dirty, the room was nothing special. Our mini fridge was leaking when we checked in and the floor was wet. They sent a new one right up which was great. I wish the floor elevators went straight to the parking garage. It was mediocre for my expectation of a 4 star hotel.
Great location to downtown! The rooms were pretty good quality and appear to be updated. I visited while the outside temp was 105 and the interior hallways to the rooms matched that or exceeded that. The room AC was great but the halls were too hot.
Within walking distance to city creek Room was very small. Run down. Needs up dated. Not worth the money. Water hot then cold in shower. Staff was ok.
My husband and I enjoy staying here because it's always modern, clean, sophisticated and welcoming. They are so friendly and the rooms have these fun and creative amenities, like yoga mats & animal print bathrobes. We often have overnight lay-overs and roadtrip pit-stops in Salt Lake City and the Kimpton Monaco never disappoints. No complaints
It was clean and centrally located. TL;DR We were overcharged for the room. The room was dark and tiny. We were "upgraded" to a smaller, darker room. Don't stay here. Paying via priceline was $40 more than the hotel website advertised. On a night when the hotel was nearly empty, we were given an awkward corner room that was poorly lit and the size of a closet. Front desk was nice enough to "upgrade" us.... to a smaller and darker yet equally uncomfortable corner room. The robes were threadbare, faded leopard print, and gross. It was so terrible that we questioned whether we were on Candid Camera. I've been a lifelong Kimpton devotee but never again. There are so many great hotel options in SLC. Don't waste your time or money here.
Rooms are clean and comfortable Room was not ready when I arrived
The view Bathroom Filthy carpets Dated rooms
Clean, great location You are required to pay a $15 parking fee per day to use the only parking structure available on the premises.
Bed was awful. Lobby was stark and uninviting.
Convenient to all the downtown sights. Back patio is right on Gallivan Center plaza. Great views of the mountains. Cheerful service from everyone, from valet to housekeeping to front desk. Dinner at on-site restaurant was just okay.
Great location and the view from my window was amazing. Very friendly staff. Clean comfortable bed. For the price the room was small, No spa, No coffee in the room. Not a hot tub, jacuzzi to be found. Room was hot. I was a very sad girl.
It was so new and nice and clean.
The beds are comfortable. Shilo In is under construction. Do not stay here unless you absolutely have to. The front lobby is cold, the parking is behind the Shilo Inn (you have to walk around the block to access the parking). Construction in the building is from 7am - 7pm (noisy and don't even try to sleep in). After I got to the Shilo Inn, is when I realized how much work is being done, and I still paid full price.
North Temple Inn is very well situated for walking access to many downtown destinations. It is among the most affordable considering its location. The property is a bit dated, in need of updating. Much of the maintenance work done within the rooms has an unfinished look to it - functionally complete but cheaply done (mismatched paint, obvious signs of patching, etc.). The fact that the maintenance has been done is a good thing, but that it is done on a tight budget seems evident. TV in room was an old-style tube television. Furnishings were chipped and scratched, but fully functional. Wireless Internet was variable.
The bed which was supposed to be a queen I swear it was a double. But the bed was comfortable. The TV remote didn't work which wasn't a big deal as it turned out because the TV didn't work.Then we couldn't turn it off. It was on all night. Remember Poltergeist? The room smelled.They didn't allow smoking but I think it would have it would have been an improvement. The sign outside says $69 and up. We paid $123.+ When I asked about the price difference was told due to conference in town. Breakfast was the pastries in bags,(only two per person, who would want two?) bagels, canned fruit, cold cereal. A funny thing was, they had 4 boxes of tea available, all the same kind. If you don't like Jasmine Green tea you are SOL! Not a good experience at all.