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Tourists flock to Utah to see the Wasatch Mountains, Great Salt Lake, Moab, Virgin River Canyon and to find out more about the Salt Lake centre of the Church of Latter Day Saints and to see the Salt Lake Temple.
There’s an abundance of national parks to explore including Zion National Park, Capital Reef National Park, Arches National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park and Dinosaur National Park, to name a few! There are 14 ski resorts in Utah, all boasting perfect dry powder snow for skiing and snowboarding. In the summer, hiking, mountain biking, horse riding and golf are just as popular.
Salt Lake City, the capital, is a great spot for exploring, entertainment and nightlife. Explore Mormon Temple Square and other historic sites, including the Great Salt Lake and Kennecott Copper Mine.
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Instead travellers need to take a connecting flight via one of the US’s major airline hubs...
Unlike many other major cities, there are no direct flights from the UK to Salt Lake City. Virgin Atlantic and its partner Delta operate through Las Vegas and Minneapolis. American Airlines and British Airways fly via Dallas, United via Chicago and US Airways via Charlotte and Philadelphia.
Flying time is upwards of around 13 hours.
Regional flying from the UK allows for connections in the US with United from several UK airports, as well as US Airways, both offering one stop flights from airports such as Manchester, Edinburgh and Birmingham.
Step one: fly to Utah. Step two: find your way from the airport. Step three: have an incredible time in this beautiful state...
Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) is the only international airport in the state of Utah and a hub for Delta Airlines. It is just seven miles from Salt Lake City. You can fly into Salt Lake City International Airport from more than 100 destinations. Given the short distance, it’s very easy to reach Salt Lake City from the airport.
There are plenty of rental car options and regular bus, shuttle, taxi and limousine choices, too. If you wish to use a shuttle service, you should make a reservation in advance for destinations in Salt Lake City. If you’re staying outside of Salt Lake City, you do not need to make advance reservations. Some hotels will offer a courtesy car service and this can be arranged with the direct line hotel phone banks at the airport.
To get elsewhere in Utah, flights from SLC connect to the regional airports of Provo Municipal Airport (PVU), though this is only an hour’s drive south of Salt Lake City, and St George Municipal Airport (SGU), which is handy for the many national parks of Utah’s south. Bus and taxi services are available at either airport, as are hotel shuttles.
Many visitors to Utah arrange car hire to see the many sights at leisure. Prebook a vehicle and arrange collection at the airports in Salt Lake City, St George or at one of many downtown locations around the state. Compare prices on car hire in Utah with TravelSupermarket.
This tourist-friendly state has a plethora of fantastic places in which to stay and enjoy the hospitality of the locals...
Whether you’re going for a city break at Salt Lake, a skiing trip in the snow-topped mountains, a heavenly hiking holiday amid the undulating landscapes of the national parks – or you plan to take it all in on a once-in-a-lifetime road trip, you’ll never be short of a comfortable, friendly and good-value place to stay in Utah.
The best luxury hotels in Utah are mostly found within the pristine streets of Salt Lake City or amid the grandeur granted by winter’s frosty kiss in the high-altitude resort of Park City. Other winter resorts include Snowbird, The Canyons and Alta. Park City is the busiest resort with the liveliest après-ski scene.
Make a beeline for the slopes and you can unpack in a hotel to suit your style and budget: there are top-class five-star hotels with a range of excellent amenities as well as budget options that offer cheap and basic facilities.
In the south, where the peaks, valleys and rock formations of the national parks dominate the landscape, chain motels can often be found at the edge of major routes. Check in with brands such as Best Western, Days Inn and Howard Johnson – mainstays of the roadside hotel scene in the US. Places like this offer clean, comfortable and often huge rooms for low prices.
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