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|Distance to city centre||1.4 km|
|Nearest Airport||Salt Lake City|
|Distance to airport||7.8 km|
|"Beautiful hotel very well restored"||(in 24 reviews)|
|"Within walking distance to Temple Square."||(in 5 reviews)|
|"The bed was very comfortable."||(in 48 reviews)|
|"Bathroom was very small."||(in 9 reviews)|
|"Did not like air conditioning/heat situation."||(in 8 reviews)|
|"Also there is no breakfast included."||(in 10 reviews)|
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|air conditioner||in 28 reviews|
|bed was very comfortable||in 68 reviews|
|close to convention center||in 14 reviews|
|excellent breakfast included||in 33 reviews|
|great restaurants||in 27 reviews|
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|location of hotel||in 26 reviews|
|luggage upstairs||in 8 reviews|
|nice lobby||in 28 reviews|
|old hotel||in 41 reviews|
|parking lot||in 19 reviews|
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|small room||in 49 reviews|
|staff was great||in 121 reviews|
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|walking distance||in 29 reviews|
Historic and boutique type hotel. Spacious and large rooms.
Parking. No valet or designated parking for the hotel had to use parking lot next to the hotel which was very convenient for us because it was not full but valet parking options would be nice or designated hotel parking options Incase lot is full. Hotel undergoing some renovations so AC and heater not working properly but we were very comfortable.
Room was clean, hotel was quiet, great coffee and water available. Super convenient to convention center. Friendly, informative, and exceptional service provided by employee who delivered a space heater.
There were no lids for coffee cups.
We've stayed here before because we love the location, the unique vibe, and reasonable price. This stay was better than last one because the room temp was a comfortable 68 the entire time. No issues with loud fan or heat, etc. Bathroom is small but clean, and love the oldfashioned tile walk in shower. No need for a tub. Sink in room not a problem. Comfortable king size bed. Will return.
Check in staff not available when we arrived at 4:15 PM. Waited about 10 minutes. Manager appeared (had been on phone in back room), and was apologetic and very nice. In the morning we tried to get coffee in the lobby but there were no lids for the paper cups. When I asked if there were any (to avoid burning myself while carrying it), the young woman at desk snapped at me, "there aren't any." No apology, no smile, just a rude indifferent attitude as though I annoyed her by asking.
The location was about the only positive with regards to the hotel and the staff were exceptional. So friendly and attentive
The hotel badly needs updating, albeit it is an historic hotel, doesn't forgive the fact that the decor needs attention. The walls are thin and thus creating too much noise in the corridor and from the plumbing. We could here every time somebody so much as turned a tap on, awful. The owners are clearly taking advantage of the location. Now we understand why this was the only hotel with available rooms.
It was a great hotel in a great location.
No parking included.
Experience more than just hospitality at The Peery Hotel. This stately hotel isn't just a place to call home for a few days; it's an important part of Salt Lake City's history. Established in 1910, The Peery Hotel was the city's first upscale hotel, designed with sophisticated clientele in mind. The design was developed by Charles Onderdonk, one of Europe's most celebrated architects at the turn of the century, showcasing Prairie-style architecture that blended classic revival elements plus some of the most luxurious amenities the state of Utah had ever seen.
The Peery Hotel's original three-story design featured gracious marble floors, tile bathrooms and showers, sublimely comfortable beds and air conditioning in every room. After nearly a century of continous operation, the hotel was renovated in 1999, still preserving its iconic exterior with many of its antique furnishings still on display in the lobby, in the two onsite restaurants and guest rooms, along with vintage-inspired modern pieces for an eclectic, loving nod to the hotel's rich history.
Rooms at The Peery Hotel are incredibly comfortable and spacious, featuring Tempur-Pedic beds dressed with triple-premium sheeting and down comforters, full bathrooms appointed with upscale, eco-friendly toiletries, flatscreen TVs, free WiFi and more. King suites are even more luxurious, with separate sleeping and lounge areas. All rooms and suites are 100 percent smoke-free, so all guests can breathe easy.
The Peery Hotel is home to two popular, highly-regarded local eateries, Christopher's Prime Tavern and Grill and the Sonoma Grill and Wine Bar. The former is one of Salt Lake's most celebrated steakhouses; the latter brings the flavors of California to the Crossroads of the West, featuring sustainably-sourced, local ingredients. The hotel also features a state-of-the-art onsite fitness center, ideal for guests eager to work off vacation-only indulgences.
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Most Popular Landmarks
- Gallivan Center 0.5 km
- Clark Planetarium 0.7 km
- Joseph Smith Memorial Building 0.8 km
- Family History Library 0.8 km
- Temple Square 0.8 km
- Salt Lake Tabernacle 0.8 km
|Salt Lake City||7.8 km|
|Salt Lake City||1.2 km|