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Utah Vacation Packages

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Top Hotels in Utah

Little America Hotel
Little America Hotel
4 out of 5
500 S Main St, Salt Lake City, UT
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is CA $102 per night from Feb 19 to Feb 20
4.2/5Excellent! (2,984 reviews)

"This is my favorite place to stay in salt lake, beautiful rooms, great experience, great breakfast in the coffee house restaurant."…"

Reviewed on Jan. 17, 2021

Little America Hotel
La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham at Zion Park/Springdale
La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham at Zion Park/Springdale
3 out of 5
792 Zion Park Blvd, Springdale, UT
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is CA $100 per night from Feb 1 to Feb 2
4.6/5Wonderful! (1,468 reviews)

"Beds were kind of bed I could feel the spring on my back, couldn’t get a good rest, other than that everything was fine"…"

Reviewed on Dec. 31, 2020

La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham at Zion Park/Springdale
Zermatt Utah Resort & Spa Trademark Collection by Wyndham
Zermatt Utah Resort & Spa Trademark Collection by Wyndham
4 out of 5
784 W. Resort Drive, Midway, UT
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is CA $147 per night from Feb 1 to Feb 2
4.1/5Very Good! (1,156 reviews)

"The pool is great, my kids loved it. They do need mats in the pool bathroom though because it’s very slippery. We loved our stay!"…"

Reviewed on Jan. 21, 2021

Zermatt Utah Resort & Spa Trademark Collection by Wyndham
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Top things to do in Utah

Utah Vacation Packages

Find contrasting opportunities to explore outstanding outdoor attractions and appreciate LDS culture when you visit this western state. With its mountains and mesas, Utah attracts outdoor enthusiasts year-round. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) have made Utah a place of congregation, creating impressive buildings and an important cultural community.

Utah’s five national parks of Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef and Zion offer endless hiking and photography opportunities. Visit one or more to appreciate the spectacular rock formations with colorful shapes revealing the area’s geological history. Capture a photo of the sunrise or sunset over spires, domes and arches.

When members of the Mormon religion faced conflict elsewhere in the United States, Brigham Young led them westward and established a home in Salt Lake City, then mostly desert. Now this large metropolitan area has numerous architectural delights of LDS temples and city government buildings. Enjoy performing arts of the symphony and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.

The city has more than 25 museums. Many family genealogists go to the Family History Library to search in its millions of documents for information about their ancestors to add to a family tree.

Salt Lake City hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics. Visit Utah Olympic Park and its museum to recall highlights of these exciting events. Go to Big Cottonwood Canyon, just outside the city, to hike in spring and summer, carve a pumpkin with the locals in fall or ski in winter.

The small town of Park City is one of the state’s most popular tourist spots, winter or summer. From the historic main street, take the Town Lift up to the top of a mountain for skiing, mountain biking or enjoying the views. Sundance Film Festival occurs here each January, premiering some of the nation’s best independent films.

Plan your Utah trip with your kids to include Ogden. Inspire budding paleontologists at George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park with lifelike recreations of prehistoric giants and interactive displays. Add the Treehouse Museum, Hill Aerospace Museum and Utah State Railroad Museum for a great variety of interesting exhibits and hands-on exploration.

Frequently asked questions

How much does an Utah vacation package cost?
Chart your own course with our Utah vacation packages, which start from a low . Select the hotels and flights that fit your travel plans. Then, add on a couple of sightseeing tours to cap off your unique getaway.
If I'm not able to travel, can I cancel my Utah vacation package?
It’s hard to predict what tomorrow might bring, so it’s good to know that you can cancel or change your Utah vacation package. If you booked in the last 24 hours, you may be eligible for a refund. If your booking is older, your airline, hotel or car rental company may charge a fee. Check our Customer Service Portal for more information.
How do I get a cheap travel package to Utah?
Crafting your own Utah vacation package with Expedia is a smart way to save. Start planning your escape now and save as much as C$590 — it’s as easy as that! We offer access to over 400 air carriers and 321,000 properties throughout the world. With such an amazing range to select from, you’ll have no worries pulling together your next dream vacation.
Where should I stay in Utah?
It’s hard to go past Park City, with well-known landmarks such as Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Resort to explore. Or, if sights like Alta Ski Area and The Gateway are more your scene, Salt Lake City is the place to head.
What are the top hotels in Utah?
When it comes to hotels in Park City, Best Western Plus Landmark Inn and Zermatt Utah Resort & Spa Trademark Collection by Wyndham are two excellent options. If you’re also spending time in St. George, Red Lion Hotel & Conference Center St. George, UT and La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham La Verkin-Gateway to Zion will make you feel at home.
When is the best time of year to visit Utah?
There’s no good time or bad time to vacation in Utah. But if you’re hoping to land a good deal on your trip, consider the month of November. Airfares and hotel prices tend to soar in June. Utah is very popular in July, June, March, so if you want to avoid the masses, travel in October, December, November.
How far in advance should I book my Utah vacation?
You’ll be rewarded with the widest variety at the lowest prices by booking your Utah vacation nice and early. Air carriers usually advertise tickets anywhere up to 12 months before departure, so start locking things in as soon as possible. Having said that, Expedia is constantly working to give you the best deals around, so it’s never a bad time to book your dream vacation!
What does an Expedia Utah travel package include?
With Expedia, you can select any combination of car rentals, hotels and flights to build your perfect Utah package. Once you’ve made your booking, you can add on the fun things like sightseeing tours and activities. Don’t forget — the more you bundle, the more deals you’ll score!
What should I know before booking an Utah travel package?
A travel package can be more affordable than separately booking all you need for your escape. For example, bundle your hotels, flights and rental cars and score big savings. Whatever type of vacation you have in mind, you’re sure to find a package that’s right for you.
Does Expedia offer Book Now, Pay Later Utah vacation packages?
Thanks to our partnership with online lender Affirm, people booking via Expedia can now pay in manageable installments that won’t drain your savings. Book Now, Pay Later and start planning your big adventure today!
Can I choose my airline with an Utah Expedia vacation package?
The choice is all yours! We offer more than 550 airlines globally, so you can customize your Utah escape according to your style and budget.