Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Salt Lake City-Fort Union
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... gone on. We went to target and got 4 microwave meals to have for dinner ( it was 8pm by this stage) and every single one of them was disgusting. To make matters worse we had left stuff in the trolly behind that I jad paid for. I was pretty close to tears at this stage. I heard back again from the agent and he had organised for us to move to another hotel free of charge and they actually put is in a 2 bedroom room with a totally full kitchen. I was so happy but sad ...
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