Comfort Suites Airport
171 N. 2100 W.
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
Phone: (801) 715-8688
Fax: (801) 715-8588
171 N. 2100 W., Salt Lake City, UT, US, 84116
- Phone: (801) 715-8688
- Fax: (801) 715-8588
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The Promontory Hall in Utah Fairpark is one of the most beautiful buildings in Utah. The building has red roofing and radiates style and elegance and is particularly famous for the Agriculture and horticulture fairs organized here. It has two storage facilities, a freezer and a usable area of 10,267 square feet which makes it the first choice for farm owners and associations to exhibit their produce. The wide door ways, tall ceiling and well-planned structure are some of the other architectural specialties of the building. Parking and food services are also available.
The Utah State Fair Park provides space for seminars, trade exhibits, dances, weddings, livestock shows, auctions and parties. It is a venue that has something to offer for everyone. Ski sales, cat shows, belly dancing classes, ceramic and doll shows to slot machine sales are some of the events that take place at this venue.
Yellow colored cabs are easier to spot on any major city's street. However, in a small place like Salt Lake City they are not as plentiful, so it is a good idea to call and reserve a ride. Yellow Cab company is one of the most reputed taxi companies out here, offering about 145 vehicles, all equipped with GPS to ensure quick dispatch. The rates are competitive and they specialize in providing sedans and minivans that are equipped with ski-racks for ski-resort transportation.
Apple Store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
This historic Japanese Church of Christ is a church that is built and designed in the Gothic Revival style. The church warmly welcomes one and all from the diverse community to honor and worship the Lord, through music, fellowship, and Bible preaching. The church also welcomes every individual to join in the praise and worship and to give thanks to the Lord.
Built in 1923, the Holy Trinity Cathedral is alternately referred to as the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. It's origins began after Greek immigrants arrived in hordes to capitalize on the mining industry. The church community took shape which ultimately led to the formation of this stunning cathedral. Featuring on the prestigious National Register of Historic Places, it's little wonder that it features on the itinerary of every visitor to the city.
Ute Cab company is the oldest and most reputed local cab company in Salt Lake City. Their 24-hour service is very popular amongst tourists as well as locals. Whether you want to travel a short distance or long, you can avail their efficient and punctual service. Rates are economical and they manage corporate accounts too.
This massive meeting facility spans a huge downtown city block and continues to expand with new construction. The convention center's 256,000 square feet of exhibition space boasts flexible walls that can create from one to six halls. The main ballroom encompasses 36,000 square feet, enough room to park 300 trucks, while 54 meeting rooms offer space for any size of crowd. The facility also boasts miles of fiber-optic cable enabling high-tech communications and satellite uplinks. Call ahead for events.
Nestled in a square surrounded by skyscrapers, this outdoor city center offers an ongoing variety of events that change with the seasons and provide activities for visitors of all ages. Artwork in bronze relief, frequent concerts and an evolving glass-block bridge please those who like to watch their entertainment, while a giant chess board, a winter season ice-rink and numerous festivals entice those who prefer to participate. The amphitheater at Gallivan Center plays host to varied concerts throughout the year, including the popular Twilight Series offered Thursday evenings mid-July through mid-August.
Popularly known as just 'Salt Lake' or 'SLC', this charming city was pushed into the limelight when the Winter Olympics were held here in 2002. Salt Lake City offers fantastic views of the surrounding mountains, modern facilities and "the best snow on earth". Known for its historic Mormon Temple Square, SLC also boasts of a culturally rich environment and a vibrant nightlife.
Utah's first massage college is also considered one of the best bodywork schools in the nation. While the college's primary function is to train students in the art and profession of massage therapy, on the weekends the public is invited to take advantage of an open clinic and enjoy a 50-minute full-body massage from a student therapist. UCMT's in-house store, the Bodyworks Emporium, carry massage tables, scented massage oils, and other relaxation and rejuvenation tools.