Area Attractions

The largest urban hub in Utah, Salt Lake City brims with activity no matter the time of year. The city itself boasts a flourishing foodie and bar scene, particularly in the historic district surrounding Temple Square. Add in museums, gorgeous parks, and the enchanting Great Salt Lake and you’ve got plenty to fill a vacation itinerary. Just a quick drive to the east lies the Wasatch Mountains, home to scenic canyons, world-class skiing and hiking, and other fresh, appealing sites begging to be explored.

Hyatt Regency Salt Lake City

170 South West Temple
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States, 84101



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Area Dining

Lake Effect

Sip craft brews and international small plates at this elevated cocktail bar, featuring industrial-chic interiors and tall, cozy booths perfect for catching up with friends or colleagues. Enjoy regular live music on the weekends.

Valter’s Osteria

Enjoy upscale Italian fare, like house made lasagna with sauce made from a secret family recipe, at this fine dining establishment close to Pioneer Park. Their self-described signature style is a “modern twist on a Tuscan granary.”

Culture + Art

Historic Temple Square

Visit the historic, 35-acre square surrounding the iconic Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Temple in Salt Lake City. Tour the open-air plaza on a walking tour, or pop in the visitor’s center to learn more about the fascinating local history.

Natural History Museum of Utah

Peruse artifacts and exhibits detailing the natural history of Utah and the greater western U.S., including dinosaur fossils, as well as anthropological and archaeological findings that shed light on the indigenous peoples of Utah.

Day Trips

Antelope Island State Park

See the land as it would’ve looked before modern-day settlers at this scenic state park, populated by free-roaming bison and namesake pronghorn antelope. Jutting out on a peninsula into the Great Salt Lake, this state park sits just 40 miles north of the city.

Bonneville Salt Flats

An iconic landscape portrayed in countless film scenes and TV commercials, the Bonneville Salt Flats were formed when Lake Bonneville dried up, leaving behind a wide-open, flat and thick crust of salty soil. This area is located just 90 minutes west of Salt Lake City.