Free hot breakfast, an outdoor hot tub, and Temple Square one mile away are the chief reasons to stay at Comfort Inn Downtown Salt Lake City. The two-floor Comfort Inn has 85 rooms, all with pillowtop bedding, mini-fridges, microwaves, coffee/tea makers, free Wi-Fi and flat-panel TVs with expanded cable. Non-smoking rooms are available. Start your Salt Lake City day with the free breakfast with a rotating menu of eggs, meat, hot waffles, cereal, yogurt and more. Come back on mid-week (Tuesday through Thursday) evenings for a free reception with appetizers, beer, wine and soda. Return from a day walking around Temple Square for a soak in the outdoor hot tub, open year round. The hotel also has fitness room, coin-op laundry, lobby computers, a convenience store and free parking. Pets 100 pounds or less are allowed for a per-pet, per-stay fee. The Comfort Inn is in central Salt Lake City, three-quarters of a mile southeast of the area with Clark Planetarium, the Gateway Mall and Energy Solutions Arena. Amtrak is three-quarters of a mile west and Temple Square is one mile north. If you're coming from Salt Lake City International Airport, the hotel is seven miles east. our guests compliment this Comfort Inn's good breakfast, helpful staff and comfortable beds.
The Comfort Inn is located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City.
Dogs up to 100 pounds are allowed. Dogs are allowed for a pet fee of $20.00 per pet per stay.
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