TownePlace Suites Salt Lake City Layton

1743 Woodland Park Dr, Layton, 84041-5628, UT

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Amenities at TownePlace Suites Salt Lake City Layton include complimentary onsite parking, complimentary wireless internet access throughout the hotel, complimentary coffee in the lobby, a coin-operated laundry room onsite, valet dry cleaning, a complimentary hot breakfast buffet, a fitness center, and a seasonal outdoor swimming pool. Pets are permitted, as well, for a nonrefundable fee of $75 per stay. Rooms feature coffee and tea makers, cribs and play yards, irons and ironing boards, sleeper sofas, hair dryers, and fully equipped kitchens. Check-in time is 3 p.m. and check-out time is noon.

Our Editor Loves

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Seasonal outdoor swimming pool
  • Complimentary hot breakfast buffet

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kitchenettes
  • Laundry
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator


house flood - insurance co put us up here

by Wm K

the property is dated, and sadly owned by the idiot that owns the 2 next to it. the staff here is great, the pool is a waste of time and the breakfast - well you can walk to golden coral or a 2 min drive to Dennys.

Going Downhill Fast

by shawnahagen

We stayed at Towneplace Layton for one night on a road trip. We arrived at about 11:15 pm, and the staff there was very friendly and helpful getting us checked in. That’s about where the positive experience ended. As we walked to our room, we could hear pretty loud music and people partying in the rooms. Weird, but that happens. Then we got to the building entrance, and the door was broken and propped open with an industrial restaurant mat. The entry way was pretty filthy with a bunch of dirt on the floor. That’s when we knew immediately what we had gotten ourselves into. The hall and our room smelled like stale cigarette smoke. There were old stains on our sheets, and lots of stuff in the room was grimy. It was a pretty big let down after being on the road for 14 hours. One big take away for us was that we vowed to never stay at an “extended stay” hotel again. We have just been burned too many times. This hotel was probably really great at one time, but it has been rode hard by folks staying there for extended periods. They should charge about $30 less a night to stay here.