DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Salt Lake City

110 W 600 S, Salt Lake City, 84101-2701, UT

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Amenities at the DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Salt Lake City include a business center, cribs and high chairs for your littlest ones, baggage storage conveniently located behind the front desk, a coin-operated laundry room, laundry/valet service, a fitness room, and an indoor heated swimming pool and hot tub. Onsite family dining is available, as well, at Stephen’s American Bistro. Nearby restaurants include Red Iguana, Macaroni Grill, Market Street Grill and Oyster Bar, Rodizio Grill, and The New Yorker. Suites feature flat screen televisions, sleeper sofas, coffeemakers, hair dryers, complimentary wireless internet access, irons and ironing boards, microwave ovens, and mini-fridges. Nearby attractions include Clark Planetarium, Hogle Zoo, Lagoon Amusement Park, Red Butte Garden, Rocky Mountain Race Track, and the Utah Museum of Fine Arts. Check-in time is 3 p.m. and check-out time is noon.

Our Editor Loves

  • Onsite family dining
  • Indoor heated swimming pool
  • In-room free Wi-Fi

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural
  • Theme Park

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Laundry
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator


Wonderful Place to Stay

by OnAir10719467774

This is a very nice Double Tree suite hotel. Very friendly staff, modern lobby and lots of sitting "nooks". Room was great. Roomy and comfy. Overall the room was very clean, but if you are picky like me it needed a bit more TLC. I visit Salt Lake quite a bit and will definitely stay here again!

Great for Boomers, poor quality for Millennials

by Explore174334

We chose this place because of the location near light rail and good restaurants nearby, and because we were travelling with elder family members who need the extra hotel hospitality. The price was high for the quality we experienced. I'm not used to hotel rooms operated by Hilton to be missing items or have broken room amenities. This was a first. There was a huge hole in the carpet that prevent use from opening the sofa bed (the springs would catch the fabric and pull up the carpet). The breakfasts are not complimentary, even as a top Hilton Honors member, and cost $18 for the typical bland cafeteria food. The was a Starbucks, but the hotel adds $3, so a soda can was $5.

As a Millennial, I remember why I was doing AirBNB. Big corporate hotels are going to phase out if they keep ignoring new generational expectations.