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With its breathtaking landscape and a staggering 5 national parks and 7 national monuments within its borders, Utah is perfect for adventurous travelers. Incredible areas such as Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park allow you to witness natural wonders and awe-inspiring vistas, the memories of which will last a lifetime. Hiking, biking, and other outdoor pursuits are plentiful, and during the winter months you can even hit the slopes at one of state’s several world-class ski resorts.

Hotels in Utah

The choice of hotels in Utah is huge, so whether you’re looking for an affordable motel for your road trip through the countryside, or a luxury 5-star hotel during your stay in the capital, finding the perfect accommodation is guaranteed to be stress free. Small towns that lie close to the popular national parks are the ideal place to look for great Utah hotel rates, with towns like Mount Carmel Junction offering a surprising number of hotels. Thanks to the world-class ski resorts in Utah, you can easily find tons of cozy B&Bs, luxurious 5-star hotels, and private holiday homes in areas such as Park City. If you’re looking for extravagance and fabulous amenities, The Grand America Hotel in Downtown Salt Lake City is one of the best 5-star hotels on offer.

Things to see in Utah

With a host of great attractions to visit, like The Natural History Museum of Utah, Salt Lake City should be top of the agenda. You’ll marvel at the amazing architecture, which ranges from the religious splendor of Salt Lake Temple to the modern esthetics of Salt Lake City Public Library. Bryce Canyon National Park is one of America’s most beautiful areas of nature. Famed for the seas of red rock pillars (known as hoodoos) that stretch across the landscape, the unique terrain has been sculpted over millions of years and invites exploration through its many hiking trails. Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is another amazing destination. Its dramatic landscape and symbolic sandstone formations perfectly encapsulate the American West. Taking a scenic drive through the park is a great way to see it, but for a more intimate look, you should book a jeep tour led by Navajo guides.

Where to stay in Utah

Cedar City, host of the annual Utah Shakespeare Festival, has lots of affordable accommodation, making it an ideal place for those seeking discount hotels in Utah. Cedar Breaks National Monument and Bryce Canyon National Park are also close by. Salt Lake City is a great place to look for the best hotel rates in Utah, and offers a wide variety of exceptional attractions, restaurants, and shopping malls. The town of Springdale is perfectly positioned for those who wish to explore the natural beauty of Zion National Park, and it has countless art and photo galleries to enjoy.

How to get to Utah

Salt Lake City International Airport is the main airport of Utah. Flights are available from dozens of locations across North America, including Denver, Los Angeles, and Portland. Another way of reaching Utah is by car. Interstate 80 traverses the state from Nevada to Wyoming, passing through Salt Lake City along the way. Interstates 84 and 15 make their way down from Idaho to the capital, with Interstate 5 continuing on to Las Vegas. If you’re driving from Colorado, you can take Interstate 70. The Amtrak service California Zephyr runs between Chicago and San Francisco, with 4 stops in Utah.

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