Utah

Hotels in Utah

From cozy mountain lodges to scenic desert motels, the options for hotels in Utah are endless. In most tourist areas, there are any number of hotels to suit various budgets and accommodation needs. Some of the best hotels in Utah can be found in the south of the state where the dramatic scenery means that every room offers a spectacular view. The Amangiri hidden on 600 acres in Canyon Point offers world-class luxury and an oasis spa in the barren wilderness.

Like any US city, Salt Lake City offers an abundant array of hotels from budget side-of-the-road motels to trendy downtown boutique properties. Booking in advance is advised for many of the upmarket hotels in the cities and popular hotels in Utah in general. Travelers can also find some luxurious mountain resorts in the North with Deer Valley and Park City offering a number of opulent hotels where you can rest easy after a hard day carving up the slopes.

A beacon of warmth at the base of The Canyons resort, the brand’s first slopeside property—with Baccarat crystal chandeliers, a double-height lobby, a sweeping staircase, and a majestic hearth flanked byhand-carved wooden stags—invites you to cozy up and stay put, in spite of the bevy of outdoor

The Setting: At nearly 8,000 feet above sea level, the 12-person stone hot tub at this opulent ski-in, ski-out home atop Deer Valley Resort’s Little Baldy Peak is ideal for an après-ski cocktail party.

Choose one of 58 rooms in the Swiss-style chalet, or take over one of the Chateau Villas, 126 one- to three-bedroom condos. Either way, you're smack between Park City and Sundance.

A spa, a hilltop labyrinth, and the popular Spotted Dog Café make the property feel like its own little village. Several rooms have decks or patios; Zion National Park is a five-minute walk away.

Make your reservations far in advance for this rustic 1920s-era lodge with 40 cabins and 74 rooms within walking distance of a rim overlook. Cabins have fireplaces and front porches among the pines.

Robert Redford's rustic-luxe retreat, on 6,000 acres 45 minutes from Park City; a wilderness mecca with superior outdoor activities.


A green vintage pickup truck marks the entrance to Canyons Resort's Park City Farmers' Market , where guests snack on roasted sweet corn and vanilla-bean ice cream while perusing cheddar cheeses, seasonal salsas, and a local favorite—pumpkin honey.

The 43-room hotel, with its rough-hewn log furniture and old-school drive-up ambience, channels national park lodges of yesteryear.

Staying here lets you roll out of bed and onto a trail (it’s right across from the Emerald Pools hike). Ask for one of the historic 1920’s cabins with a fireplace and front porch.

Secluded deep in southwestern Utah’s Grand Circle area, Red Mountain Resort’s 82 southwestern-style rooms and 24 suites take full advantage of the scenery: red-rock cliffs, majestic canyons, and black lava flows in a region that’s home to three parks (Snow Canyon, Bryce Canyon, and Zion).