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Located in the Foothill area East of downtown Salt Lake City. Adjacent to the University of Utah and U of U Research Park. Near Hospitals; U of U, Primary Children's, Veterans Administration, Huntsman Cancer Institute, Moran Eye Center, Shriners Hospital. Easy access to freeways via Foothill Drive to I-80 and I-215. Close to Hogle Zoo, Historic Deseret Village, This Is The Place Monument, 2002 Olympic Cauldron Park, Bonneville Golf Course, US Army Fort Douglas, Red Butte Gardens and Utah Museum of Natural History. Seven world class Ski Resorts less than 45 minutes drive. Arts & Sports entertainment venues at the University of Utah; Kingsbury Hall, Pioneer Theater, Libby Gardner Hall, Red Butte Garden Amphitheater, Rice-Eccles Stadium and Huntsman Center.
Overlooking Salt Lake City with panoramic city and mountain views; Convenient to Research Park, Downtown Businesses, University of Utah, Veterans Administration & Primary Childrens Hospital, Huntsman Cancer Institute & Moran Eye Center; Easy access to Ski Resorts and many Wasatch Mountain recreation areas; Also near Hogle Zoo, Historic Deseret Village and This Is The Place Monument; Free Hot Breakfast; An Executive Conference Room that accommodates 35 to 50 people with breaks and catered options to complete the event; Guest Business Center and wireless internet; WIFI throughout the hotel create a complete office for connected business travelers; Indoor Pool and Hot Tub means its always the right season to swim and relax; Our Fitness Center includes cardio and resistance options so you never have to sacrifice training when you travel; Fine Dining as well as Casual Eateries are well known on the Foothill Drive corridor, while trendy neighborhoods such as Sugar House, 9th & 9th and 15th & 15th offer dining, shopping and entertainment; Perched above the city the University of Utah is the center of Sport & Entertainment attractions; Rice-Eccles Stadium was the site for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games and home to U of U Football; Kingsbury Hall and Pioneer Memorial Theater are regularly filled for concerts, plays and educational productions; Red Butte Gardens and Arboretum has acres of native and display gardens as well as environmental education programs and community outreach; Located right next door to the Arboretum is the new home of the Utah Museum of Natural History; The Universities vast collection of Fossils, Native American Anasazi and Freemont Pueblo artifacts will finally have room to be displayed.