La Quinta Inn & Suites Salt Lake City Airport

Address: 4905 West Wiley Post Way, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84116, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 4905 West Wiley Post Way, Salt Lake City, is near Raging Waters, Kennecott's Bingham Canyon Mine, International Peace Gardens at Jordan Park, and Camp Floyd/Stagecoach Inn State Park.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews La Quinta Inn & Suites Salt Lake City Airport

    Great Airport Hotel

    from

    Arrived at 2:30 am expecting the worst. Room was exactly what I asked for and everything was taken care of by an alert, well informed desk attendent. Even asked if I wanted a wake up call.

    Hotel is new, and the rooms are well appointed with two phones and two phone lines. Oversize desk as well.

    Standard road fare "included breakfast" held in a spacious lobby with some pool views.

    Property is located in airport distribution area, so not much around. Easy to find in a snow storm and very easy access to the freeway. About 10 minutes to town and easy access to ski areas.

    Great

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    We stayed for 10 nights skiing in March. Very clean rooms, good sized bathrooms, nice breakfast buffet, reasonable price, quiet although near airport and interstate, only about max. 10 minutes from downtown slc, if I ever come back, I'll stay there again

    Perfect for ski bums

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    I concure with the good reviews given to this hotel. My son and I stayed there 5 nights during a spring break ski trip. The people went out of their way to be helpful, humorous and friendly. When they made a mistake by delaying our pickup at the airport, they gave us a free movie to make up for it. The breakfast is good too. They vary it some and have eggs and sausage some days. Its great for ski bums like us. You can dry boots and cloths on the forced air room heater. Other perks are good pool, hot tub, free wired high speed internet and free morning paper. To save rental car cost we dropped the car the night before our flight and then used their free shuttle. The Roberts restrauant 1 short block away is a good place to eat.

    Too Good A Hotel, Great Price!!!

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    Me and my husband stayed here on our way back from a long trip. It was so pleasant and clean that we were amazed as to how we got a rate of $59 and were wondering why has this hotel been given a rating of a 2 star hotel, it is surely worth 4 stars! The people at the reception desk were very friendly and courteous. They helped us find a great restaurant for dinner. You should try Roberts restaurant right next door for great food and service. The garden and swimming pool of the restaurant are outstanding. The hotel has a good choice of breakfast also. I would want to stay here again!

    Typical La Quinta, very good!

    from

    I stayed here for one night because I had an early flight next morning. I had stayed at a La Quinta in New Mexico and based on that, came here. The room was clean and large, had Net access, a recliner/rocker, lots of closet space and a big bathroom. There was a microwave/refridge closet too. Vending machines in the lobby sold foods that could be cooked in the microwaves. Nice! The lobby was lovely, loved the fountain, and the free breakfast there was great. Waffles! Got a free paper too. I didn't use the pool but saw others were so I'll assume it was clean and welcoming.

    It was a pity I had only one night here. I would have loved to stay longer.

    Quiet, safe, modern and clean...great hotel!

    from

    We stayed at this hotel for just 1 night, as it simply served as a stopover on our road trip on the way back to California. I'll be honest and say that we weren't expecting too much from a La Quinta hotel, so we were pleasantly surprised when we found the hotel to be so modern and comfortable. You would never know that this hotel is near the airport or freeway, as it was very quiet. The staff was friendly, and they seem experienced at handling the large number of travellers their location attracts. The breakfast buffet was standard, and I enjoyed making my own

    Belgian waffle. We would highly recommend this hotel, especially for pet owners as they welcomed our 2 little dogs.

    Great Breakfast!

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    We stayed there for one night. The shuttle from the airport was prompt, the room was clean, the lobby attractive, the breakfast was excellent, and you can't beat the price- we paid $56!

    My only complaint is that the restuarant seemed somewhat understaffed- the same person drove the shuttle, checked us in, and brought us a crib! This was at 8pm- I got the impression only two people were working, TOTAL.

    Only place I'll stay

    from

    Having stayed at probably a half-dozen different airport hotels in Salt Lake City - the La Quinta at the airport is the only one that I'll go to. Rooms are well-kept and clean, the place is quiet, staff is attentive.

    Great pit stop enroute to home

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    On a recent drive from Colorado to San Francisco, it was so fortuitous that we turned into the drive of this hotel. We were exhausted, had no reservations (didn't know where we would be stopping) and pulled in off the freeway. "Yes, we have a room" said the clerk and proceeded to give us a registration card. "How much?" I asked, worried I was going to be forking over a hundred dollars (the lobby was very luxurious). $55. Wow! Our huge room was so comfortable. We had two double beds, a large bath, a big TV with lots of cable channels, free high-speed internet, and info for 3 places that would deliver dinner (pizza, chinese or Mexican). We ordered the pizza, which came in about half an hour, ate in our comfy beds and watched the Simpson's Halloween special. Ahhhhhh.

    The breakfast buffet was a big surprise; bisquits and gravy, muffins, toast, bagels, boiled eggs, waffles, cereal, juice, coffee.... We loaded up and pushed on for the rest of the drive to San Francisco.

    A Great Place

    from

    This is a real find. The rooms are large, very well appointed, very clean and cheerful. The breakfast is great. The limited grounds are attractive. It's also very quiet.Book on line. When I decided I'd rather return here than stay out of town, it cost $25 more to book directly.

    TripAdvisor Reviews La Quinta Inn & Suites Salt Lake City Airport

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