Area Attractions

In Salt Lake City, you’ll find plenty of afternoon excursions and beautiful places to explore. We are perfectly situated near the Salt Lake City International Airport, so navigating our city is simple. Stroll through one of our many local parks or spend the day in the heart of downtown. You’ll also find Historic Trolley Square and Salt Lake City Temple Square only 6 miles away. Salt Lake City’s convenient TRAX transportation system is the perfect way to get around the city. After a day filled with the sights and sounds of the city, you’ll return to a cozy room complete with our Plush Hyatt Grand Bed® and signature Cozy Corner with sofa or sofa-sleeper.

With so much to do and to see in Salt Lake City, you’ll enjoy every minute of your stay with us. In addition, our staff is happy to help you with suggestions, reservations, tours, and anything else you might need during your stay.

Hyatt Place Salt Lake City Airport

52 N. Tommy Thompson Road
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States, 84116

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Local Food + Drink

Christopher’s Steak House

Revered venue offering aged beef, cocktails & popular fixed-price options in an elegant setting. (801) 519-8515

Local Attractions

Temple Square

Occupying a full city block in the heart of Salt Lake City, Temple Square houses the LDS Temple, Tabernacle and Assembly Hall as well as the visitors centers and other monuments.

Salt Palace Convention Center

Ten exhibit halls, a Grand Ballroom and dozens of meeting rooms account for the nearly 700,0000 square feet of meeting space available to host events.

Art + Culture

The Gateway Shopping Center

This outdoor entertainment center is the ideal family destination with Megaplex 12 Movie Theater, Wise Guy’s Comedy Club, Clark Planetarium, and Discovery Gateway’s Children’s Museum

City Creek Center

A retractable glass roof allows visitors to enjoy their upscale shopping experience during any season of the year

LDS Family History Library

Experienced guides and genealogists can help visitors discover their heritage at the world’s largest genealogical library.

The Leonardo at Library Square

The Leonardo seeks to reflect and respond to this new world by creating an innovative, dynamic space that builds fluency and knowledge, ignites the creative imagination of visitors of all ages, and inspires them to see and act in new and powerful ways.