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Reviewed on 31 Jul 2020
Reviewed on 2 Aug 2020
Utah is a state that really does offer something for everyone. From breathtaking mountain ranges and alpine lakes to arid deserts and exciting vistas, a hotel in Utah mean a stay in a nature lover’s paradise. The landscape boasts some of the most visually stunning sights in the world with cliff faces eroded over millions of years into a myriad of exquisite shapes. For those who are more used to city life, there is plenty of culture to enjoy and for the sporting enthusiast the ski resorts are pretty spectacular too.
Salt Lake City - No trip to Utah is complete without a hotel stay in Salt Lake City: Utah’s buzzing capital boasts every attraction under the sun. The city has a thriving foodie scene, concert venues, ballet, opera and theatre.
Logan – Nestled in the heart of the Cache Valley, Logan is a place of friendly folk, dairy farms and stunning beauty and it is home to the American West Heritage Centre where you can follow in the footsteps of the state’s early pioneers. Logan also boasts several major annual events – the Top of Utah Marathon, the Festival of the American West and the Cache Valley Cruise-in Car Show. You can enjoy all these cultural feasts with a hotel in Logan.
Park City – Famous for hosting the Sundance Film Festival, for being the place where Dumb and Dumber was filmed and the home to three world-class ski resorts, Park City is a treasure trove of riches. Old town charm and rustic decoration meets upscale restaurants in a city that also offers multiple hotels that act as the perfect base camp for skiers and snowboarders.
Zion National Park – At 150 million years old, Zion is a geographical feast for the eyes. There are dozens of desert waterfalls to see and a trek along Angel’s Landing is an unforgettable experience. Zion is a magnet for nature lovers and hikers with its majestic mountains and sweeping canyons.
Utah is one of the richest areas in the world for dinosaur fossils and there is no better place to find them than at Moab. Located right in the middle of the Arches, it is a sweeping monument to natural history with sights you almost won’t believe are real. The view from Dead Horse Point is one of the most photographed in the world – a glorious red vista stretching out like a landscape from the Red Planet. There is also the Great Salt Lake, from which Salt Lake City draws its name. It is a vast expanse of turquoise water, framed by a backdrop of splendid mountains and is the largest lake of its kind in the western hemisphere.
Utah offers a wealth of outdoor activities. Choose from one of its fabulous ski resorts or head to the Colorado River for a spot of white water rafting, paddle boarding or kayaking. Try the Clark Planetarium for some other worldly sights or the Utah Olympic Park, a lasting legacy from the 2002 Winter Games. The Utah Natural History Museum is an architectural marvel in its own right but boasts one of the finest natural history collections in America.