Es un buen lugar para descansar,hacer ejercicio y nadar, asi estas listo para la actividad del dia que sigue Lo que no me gusto del hotel es que no tiene servicio al aeropuerto y si no conoces la ciudad como mi caso se complica mas la llegada o la salida
Limpieza y accesibilidad a las habitaciones La conexión a internet aunque incluida en el precio de la habitación muy deficiente.Tarifas demasiado variable (incrmento de mas deun 30% de el 1º dia a los 4 restantes) No accedieron a un alojamiento por una 6ª noche al precio de la primera...Me tuve que marchar a otro hotel...
The breakfast was delicious, rooms were spacious and clean. We love the kitchenette and updated appliances. We stayed on a busy weekend but it was not too crowded or loud. Location was close to many things but not a great view. The breakfast was delicious but availability of food items varied, possibly due to a large group that was staying that weekend.
Friendly Staff, extensive breakfast with pancake baking machine, pool, close to railway and bus stations
Nice property, clean and easy parking (which is free in the garagw). They serve free breakfast and dinner! But if you're Jewish, you can't eat the food, LOTS of pork products, very disappointing. Won't stay there again since that is a perk of Homewood Suites. They could at least do chicken since everyone eats that!
The location of the hotel was outstanding. Literally across the street from the sports arena and just a block away from the Salt Palace convention center. In addition, the staff was always very attentive to whatever we needed and whatever questions we had. So while it was a business trip and I had zero say as to where we were staying, I was very impressed and would absolutely stay there again next time I'm in SLC. It was a new hotel (I think 5 weeks old) when we stayed so they were still working out the kinks. The room phone wouldn't work except for when on speaker phone, the thermostat unit wouldn't drop past 70 for the A/C setting and the position of the shower head to the shower door created inevitable run off onto the bathroom floor (nothing a towel couldn't soak up but, you know, still a curious choice). But those are very nit-picky things and will easily be overlooked the next time I'm in SLC because I will be staying there.