Best Utah holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Utah
Radisson Hotel Downtown Salt Lake CityLocated 700 metres from The Tabernacle, Radisson Hotel Downtown Salt Lake City features a hot tub and sauna. The hotel also has a fitness centre and ski storage space, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant or a drink at the bar. Free WiFi is available throughout the property and private parking is available on site.Book now
Holiday Inn Express Springdale - Zion National Park Area, an IHG hotelLocated 2.5 km from Zion National Park amid the red rock cliffs, this Springdale hotel offers free WiFi and rooms that feature a refrigerator and a work desk.Book now
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Lehi - Thanksgiving Point, an IHG hotelSet in Lehi, 2.2 km from Thanksgiving Point, Holiday Inn Express & Suites Lehi - Thanksgiving Point features accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. This 3-star hotel offers an ATM. The hotel offers an indoor pool, fitness centre and a 24-hour front desk.Book now
Holiday Inn Express West Valley City, an IHG hotelFeaturing a spacious indoor water park as well as free shuttle service to Salt Lake City International Airport, this West Valley City hotel is near Interstate 215 and local attractions.Book now
Holiday Inn Express & Suites American Fork - North Provo, an IHG hotelLocated just off Interstate 15 and 10 minutes from downtown Orem, Utah, this American Fork hotel offers an indoor pool, hot tub, and gym. Rooms feature free Wi-Fi.Book now
Holiday homes in Utah: hot summers, snowy winters
The Beehive State – the nickname of Utah – was settled from 1847 by Mormons, who still make up the majority of the population today. They chose a difficult lot, as Utah’s landscape is considered difficult to use for agriculture. But that doesn’t have to stop you from visiting the state, because we offer you numerous air-conditioned holiday apartments in Utah, which make a comfortable stay possible.
Your accommodation in Utah, for example in Salt Lake City
Due to the isolation of the Rocky Mountains, Utah has a very dry steppe climate with hot summer months and cold, snowy winters. Salt Lake City is one of the most popular winter sports areas in the USA and hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics. This also makes Utah a state of contrasts. On one side there are snow-covered mountains as high as 4,000 metres, such as Kings Peak, and on the other side there are the dry, hot and baking plains of the Great Salt Lake. From an economic point of view, Utah is dominated by mining. Utah is home to important copper and uranium deposits, which are mainly extracted by open-cast mining. Some travellers use the numerous private holiday homes in Utah to visit one of the mines from there. West Jordan invites you on an excursion into the history of the region’s origins. The Gardner Village is an important open-air museum here, including the sawmill built in 1850. West Jordan is a good example of how the small towns founded by Mormons developed in the early days. To this day, the city’s economic focus is on primary production: agriculture, mining, tanning, and the operation of water mills. If you are looking for more peace and quiet, Orem would also be a good option. The small town is located right on the banks of the Utah Lake and gives you access to the sparsely populated Wasatch Mountains. Just relax, hike through vast forests and relax undisturbed on the shore of the lake – this is also possible with an apartment in Utah.
Apartments in Utah: Discover the stone bridges in the desert!
Some of Utah’s most famous attractions include the numerous natural stone bridges that have formed over millions of years as a result of corrosion. The world’s largest of its kind is the Rainbow Bridge in the national park of the same name, which you should definitely visit from your holiday home in Utah. The span of the bridge is no less than 82 meters, but for a photo you have to take a very special adventure. The sanctuary of the Navajo Indians is not accessible by road, but can only be reached by water and a challenging hike through the desert. The Salt-Lake Temple in Salt Lake City is a reminder of the dominant influence of the Mormons. The neo-Gothic style sacred building is the largest temple of the religious community and was inaugurated in 1893. So an overnight stay in Utah will be an exciting trip into the region’s faithful and hard working past – the informative guided tours through the sacred building make it possible. If you are lucky enough to stay in the USA on Independence Day, you should visit Provo. It’s where the annual Stadium of Fire takes place, an event at Brigham Young University that features America’s largest stadium fireworks. An apartment in Utah is the best option to visit the heart of the United States cheaply and comfortably. Book now Accommodation in the USA at 9flats.com – also in the neighboring countries. For example, you can find our Holiday homes in Arizona, our Accommodations in Nevada or also a Holiday home in Colorado.