Stay at 4-Star Hilton Salt Lake City Center in Utah
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Hilton hotel in downtown Salt Lake City is just around the corner from the landmark Capitol Theatre and up-and-coming food and drink spots
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Hotel at a Glance: Hilton Salt Lake City Center
Towering over Temple Street is the 18-floor Hilton Salt Lake City Center, appropriately named for its central downtown location. This part of SLC—being the oldest—has had time to develop its full potential, evidenced by attractions including the awe-inspiring Salt Lake Temple and landmark Capitol Theatre. And yet the neighborhood’s age hasn’t stopped the evolution of a trendy food-and-drink scene, which includes Japanese eatery Takashi and Squatters Pub Brewery, both just a few minutes’ walk from the hotel.
- Capitol Theatre, home of opera and ballet companies and frequent site of Broadway productions, is just around the corner from the hotel.
- Spencer’s for Steaks and Chops: Reserve a table at this onsite steakhouse for when you want to indulge in a prime cut and red wine.
- Trofi Restaurant: Grab breakfast and a Starbucks coffee here to start your day. At night, enjoy dinner or a cocktail beside a patio fire pit.
- Branch out: Easy access to the TRAX train system makes exploring the city affordable and convenient.
- City Creek Canyon Historic District: Within a 15-minute walk from the hotel is a serene space with monuments, fountains, creek-side paths, an off-leash area, picnic tables, and an entrance to miles of trail hiking.
Salt Lake City: Mormon Heritage and the Great Salt Lake
Surrounded by mountains on every side, Utah’s capital city sprawls across a broad valley that draws visitors looking to play in the great outdoors. You’ll find warm-weather activities just outside the city limits in the 2.1 million acres of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest and near the Great Salt Lake—the largest saltwater lake in the Western Hemisphere and a remnant of a prehistoric inland lake.
Those interested in the origins of the city or the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints can check out the Church History Museum, home to a large collection of Mormon art and artifacts. If you’re looking to research your own genealogy, visit the Family History Library—which is free to the public—and search through a large database with the help of professional staffers and trained volunteers. Both the museum and the library are adjacent to Temple Square, one of Salt Lake City’s most popular attractions, where tranquil gardens surround the iconic Salt Lake Temple.