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Recent Salt Lake City reviews

  • Fabulous condo for a downtown stay

    "I was attending a 4 day convention downtown and wanted an alternative to a hotel and this condo was perfect! It is an easy one block walk to the Energy Solutions Arena and 1 1/2 blocks to the Salt Palace Convention Center. The condo and building were clean, comfortable and very quiet; a wonderful place to return to after a long day. Chris was very attentive to make sure we had everything we needed, and responsive when we had a question. We didn't have a car and the nearby downtown tram made getting around easy. I would definitely recommend this property to a friend and look forward to staying with Chris again in the future."
    Guest: Pam Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 10, 2014
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  • Awesome Vacation Rental!

    "We stayed at this rental house for seven days and were so happy with everything! The house is beautiful, well-maintained and fully stocked and equipped with everything you need (and more) so that you don't have to stress about traveling with all of those necessities. We loved the balconies with the beautiful views, all the Jacuzzi tubs and the very comfy beds. We had close to a dozen people in the house and hardly knew anyone else was there. Space is something you definitely have enough of! It was so peaceful and serene. It was also so close to the train station that we took that everyday to Salt Lake instead of driving. I've already recommended this house to people who are traveling to the area and would definitely stay here again if we came as a big group."
    Guest: Gabe and Tiffani Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 30, 2014
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  • Great Modern Home

    "Daniel: Thank you so much for letting us stay here. We were very happy with the whole stay and loved the place. It was sad to leave when our 4 months was up since it felt like home to Dave & me. We'll see you again in 2 years! -Jenny"
    Guest: Jenny's Family Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 13, 2014
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  • McKenzie's

    "Thank you Art and Kathy for giving us the chance to stay at your cute, comfortable, clean vacation home. My three kids and I enjoyed every minute we had while on are stay out there, while at the house or doing an activity close by (the zoo was their favorite) The house was nice and clean and the internet and TV signals worked great. Happy kids makes a happy parent :) thanks again."
    Guest: Mckenzie's Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: July 11, 2014
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Salt Lake City Travel Tips

The Wasatch Mountains Surround Salt Lake City Vacation Rentals

Most people think about winter sports when they hear Salt Lake City, Utah. However, this beautiful city is an all-season vacation spot. You can pick your Salt Lake City vacation rentals close to the ski resorts or in the heart of downtown with a luxury condo. Wherever you decide to stay in Salt Lake City, you can be sure that the owners of your properties through the VRBO network will provide you with the most sumptuous accommodations possible. While there are many splendid hotels in the area, they do not compare to the home-like atmosphere you will find at these Salt Lake City homes. You will enjoy plush beds, kitchens to prepare your favorite meals, and amenities that are not available at a hotel.

Arriving at Salt Lake City Lodging

The Salt Lake International Airport is about seven miles from the downtown area which is off Interstate 80. If you are going to stay in one of the downtown Salt Lake City lodging choices, you may not even need a car because of the public transportation system. However, you can rent a car at the airport. If you choose to drive to Salt Lake City, you can get there by taking Interstate 15 from a north – south direction or Interstate 80 from an east – west direction. You will find that there are comfortable homes or condos in any direction from the heart of Salt Lake City.

Trace Family History From Salt Lake City Condos

If you have come to Salt Lake City to trace your genealogy, you will be close to the Family History Library on West Temple if you choose a Salt Lake City condo or home downtown. This library is one of the world’s largest for tracing your family history. The collection is focused on people that came from the United States, Europe, Canada, Scandinavia, and Canada, although the library continues to compile information from other areas of the world as well. They offer research tools such as microfilm, computers and reference books. The records that the library has span the years from 1550 to 1920. There is no charge to use the library‘s facilities and only five dollars per day to park at their lot.

After you have spent the afternoon researching your family tree, you can return to your Salt Lake City condo to peruse your findings. There is plenty of room to spread out and make your own book of records at your condo or home.

The magnificent Temple Square holds the most prominent buildings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints as well as statues, monuments and memorials. There are 30-minute guided tours every day. The Mormon Temple itself is closed to the public but the Tabernacle, with its domed roof, holds organ recitals daily and their outstanding choir practices on Thursdays. Carriage tours take you from Temple Square around the downtown area which is a great way to see the city.

Outdoor recreation includes skiing, snowmobiling and cross country skiing in the winter. Other year-round activities are golfing, mountain biking, hiking, fishing, tennis, boating, swimming, and watching soccer, baseball or hockey games. Of course, you should pack a lunch at your Salt Lake City vacation rental and drive to the Great Salt Lake. There, you can float in the lake, ride horses or rent a sailboat at the marina.

Where to Shop Closer to Salt Lake City Vacation Homes

Again, staying within the city’s boundaries will give you access to some of the best shopping in Salt Lake City. After you enjoy breakfast on your private balcony or deck, head to Crossroads Plaza, one of the largest covered shopping malls. There are four floors to delight the shopper in you. Besides finding that perfect gift to take home, you can also dine or take in a sporting event at the sports complex.

If you are looking for furniture, stop by Gardner Historic Village located on South Street where there are historic cabins and the Old Gardner Mill to visit while you shop. Trolley Square is an old trolley barn built in 1908 by a railroad magnate. Inside is an old trolley car complete with stained glass windows and antique lighting. If you do not wish to shop, just enjoy a walking tour of the facility.

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