Stayed two separate nights August 2015. We were extremely disappointed by the breakfast the first time (little choice, no fruit, no bacon) and almost didn't bother the second time but we were extremely surprised that time to find watermelon and peaches, plus freshly cooked bacon, so we don't really understand why it was so inconsistent between two visits in less than a week. We didn't like the cafeteria feel of the breakfast area but at the end of the day we got fed and hadn't paid a huge amount for the rooms so couldn't expect 5-star food.
"It was in a great location for why we came to town"
It was quite and comfortable. I do wish that we could have turned the A/C down a little bit it wasn't working as well when we were thon. I would stay there again. Parking was available in the back which is nice.
Our evening connecting flight into SLC was cancelled, stranding us in Denver overnight with an early morning flight our only option. I called the hotel to ensure our room would not be given away and the front desk staff was both courteous and empathetic, confirming that our room was reserved and immediately suggesting a procedure to allow us to check in remotely and then pick up our keys at 7:00 a.m. the next morning so we could use our room to freshen up before our convention started at 8:30. That was just one of the many courtesies we experienced during our stay. The manager's reception and complimentary neck massages were wonderful and we enjoyed both a late night snack and drink in the bar (the Vault) and a wonderfully inventive and delicious meal in the restaurant. I will always make the Monaco our hotel when in SLC!
From the moment we arrived our time here was made pleasant and trouble free. Everyone was very nice and helpful, parking easy, food delicious, room comfortable and clean, and the bed so great. I would highly recommend Hyatt house.
Traveller from rhode island
Exclusively located in downtown Salt Lake City, the Hyatt House is just steps away from the Energy Solutions Arena, the Salt …More
My family and I were driving back home on highway 80 and I'm so glad we stopped at this hotel. It was one of the least expensive places to stay in Salt Lake City and it was probably one of the nicest. The neighborhood was safe and clean.
The beds were comfortable, the room had very nice amenities including a large screen TV, a couch, and mini fridge. The staff was very friendly and the continental breakfast was fresh and delicious. I highly recommend this hotel.
Traveller from Northern California
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We loved our stay at the downtown SLC Red Lion as our plan was to shop for a new truck at the nearby Toyota dealer, tour Temple Square, shop at Nordstrom's, and eat in cool places. And pay a reasonable rate for a motel room. We felt very safe walking up from the Red Lion to the Temple/mall early in the morning and back around twilight. We found the hotel's attached diner to be a lifesaver as a lot of the "cool places to eat" would not let in kids under 21. The attached diner (Red's) not only has very long breakfast-to-dinner hours, but I could order a beer/margarita from the bar while we ate the best spiceyish homemade hamburgers and yummy homemade breakfasts. We were pleased we had a diner in the hotel, as the whole downtown SLC restaurant ("club" vs "non-club") thing was frustrating. It's an "older" hotel but has been kept up. There is a lot of security in the parking lot, which was interesting but reassuring. We had no trouble with downtown transients but the security was nice to see. We will stay here again.
Temple Square’s six-spired Salt Lake Temple is the heart of the Mormon church. This ten acre site includes The Tabernacle, home to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Nearby, EnergySolutions Arena hosts the NBA Utah Jazz. Light rail connects downtown with the University of Utah, which sits at the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains. Other area highlights include the Utah State Capitol and Trolley Square.