Lovely alpine forests and pretty, drastic deserts. Sweet little towns and Great Salty Lakes.
Where to stay in Utah
Salt Lake City is amazing. It may not be a major metropolis, but it offers as much as, and sometimes more than, other U.S. cities.
With iconic red rock formations and desert colours, it’s no wonder many a Wild West films have been shot here. Aside from non-stop photo opportunities; horseback or jeep tours with the native Navajo people offer a fantastic way to enjoy this ethereal region.
Particularly apt for this spectacular 229sq miles of national park filled with dramatic cliffs, rushing waterfalls and unexpected lush vegetation.
This historic resort dates back to the silver mining boom of the late 19th Century, and the quaint Main St’s picturesque facades hides a myriad of vibrant bars and restaurants.
Essential information for Utah
One person must be aged 21 years and over in each room.
Hotels will require a credit card imprint when checking in to cover incidental charges.