Marriott Salt Lake City University Park
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Again, just a smoke stop here. I was sleeping OK, but since it's a bigger city, a lot of people got off and there was commotion. So I am blogging at 4:00 AM. Much warmer, 17 Degrees here. I also try to take advantage of getting a good cell signal when we go through a city to get online because sometimes is many hours without a signal. I do love the solitude of this trip.
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... were both very impressed as was all the other people in there. The whole place was quite amazing. It took 40 years for the temple to be built, from 1853 to 1893. Everything but the temples were accessible to the public. What a shame we wouldn't be able to see the organ recital tomorrow as we will be on our way to see our friends, Jack and Nancy in Wisconsin.
The "squatters pub brewery" was where we stopped for tea. My goodness another early tea. This is quite incredible. We ...
... tomorrow night. We ended up in in the supermarket buying a large container of fried chicken for dinner and two litre bottles of watered down Heineken at 3.2% alcohol and then two packets of chips for the snacks tomorrow night. We gave Lyn a call and Andrew spoke with Granma because she was visiting Lyn. Granma's phone wasn't working which ended up being an issue at her end. I tried to call Becca and left a message and spoke with Paul Gough, he has sold his house for ...
... a report on what was stolen. Their vacation was ruined and when they got home they found it "exactly the way they left it" - nothing was missing. They figured they just forgot to close the door on the way out. My mother couldn't believe that they could leave their house in such a condition and worse that they would retell the story and laugh about it. So now whenever we go away I clean for the robbers. And I don't mention on Facebook that I am going away.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews Marriott Salt Lake City University Park
Standard business hotel
This plain-jane hotel is comfortable but not luxurious. Rooms are big but plain, small closets, no fans in bathrooms. Gym is merely a few pieces of cardio and some weights.
Location is good for getting around Univ of Utah campus via their free shuttle, but a good 30 minute+ walk to "lower" campus.
Biggest reason to stay here: an incredibly friendly and helpful staff. Even for Utah, these people were friendly and concerned about a guest's wellbeing. For example, even though the food room on the concierge floor was closed, the staff on the floor volunteered to find--and brought me--hot water for my tea when I asked if any was available.
We stayed at this hotel as it was our "Team" hotel for the NCAA Men's Basketball Regionals at the Huntsman Center. The hotel was very convenient to get to the Arena but not convenient to get downtown to the restaurants and bars.
We stayed one night at the hotel. The bed was awesome and gave us a very nice night's sleep. Room was spacious and tastefully decorated. The toileteries were very good quality. Hotel was very quiet and front desk staff really helpful and courteous.
Very solid Hotel
Stayed there w/ a group on business and we thewn visited Park City. Nice bedding, very clean, helpful front desk. No nearby restaurants unless you have car. restaurant good on site- nothing special. very solid Marriott w/ few frills.
This place is not bad if you have a car to get around.
The front desk was helpful whenever I called for anything. They knew the area well and were able to give quick directions to my destination. The interior of the hotel is quite nice and it's construction allows you to see outside and throughout the inside very well. I was there during conference weekend and the hotel wasn't very packed, which was good and that kept the price reasonable, $85.00 a night.
Good staff, OK Rooms
Don't get me wrong, this is a nice hotel. But if I were to stay in Salt Lake City again, I would stay in the Marriott City Center. That hotel had a much better location, and the rooms were much bigger.
The University Park hotel was a nice property with friendly staff, but I would prefer the Marriott City Center for sure.
Visited 5-10-05 to 5-12-05. I like this hotel. It is very convenient and the service is both friendly and excellent.
All around Great Hotel
This hotel is great in all areas:rooms, service, accomodations, location...you name it, its great.