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215 West South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT
0.5 km 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.
Everything was nearby and that you could order from the kitchen 24/7 super easy. Pay to park, I am already paying for a room and taxes and then you charge me to park at your hotel.
most of the staff was nice Head desk lady seemed annoyed with any family at the hotel she didn't hide it well she didn't like families there. The pool only stays open until 10:00. The rooms lighting is annoying the bathroom lights wouldn't work for some reason, the glass sliding door into the bathroom was horrible once it was shut it would take me a grown man to open it for the kids and my wife. Breakfast was so so, there is much better breakfasts out there I have stayed at the Hyatt House just 20 minutes away from the hotel and it has better amenities and breakfast. Also two of my children forgot toothbrushes so they went down to get one and they charged them for a toothbrush I mean for $160 a night that is ridiculous. Also we pulled out the hide a bed and there was a huge hairball from the wash or something it was pretty gross.
Everything was really good None
They moved locations and didn't inform prior. Parking garage costs in addition to hotel stay
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.