Travelocity Verified Review
"The hotel itself was clean, and comfortable. We are a family of 5 and although our room only had double beds instead of queens the full sofa was a pull out bed. My 12 year slept there and was comfortable on it. Our 2 daughters slept on a double bed with plenty of room and my husband and I slept on the other. We all fit very nicely. The mattresses were comfortable as well. Most hotel mattresses give me hip pain but this one was excellent. Also, I liked that the shower and toilet were in a separate room from the sink. This was I was able to do mine and our girls hair while my husband showered in the mornings. It was just very well thought out. Very clean and friendly staff. Unfortunately there are homeless people around outside but honestly in Salt Lake that will be everywhere you go so I can’t fault the hotel for that. The one and only complaint I had was our room faced the street and there was a mega bright street light shinning right into our 2nd floor window. I solved this by pulling the blackout curtains closed and had to put our backpack against it on top of the air conditioner to keep them all the way shut. When the air would blow the curtain would open and. Let light in. Easy fix. The breakfast options due to COVID were limited but good. I do wish they had offered something that had protein instead of only carbs. Bagels, cereal, muffins, toast, yogurt, oranges, juice, coffee and tea. It was fresh and good tasting though. I would stay here again. "
A verified traveler stayed at SpringHill Suites by Marriott Salt Lake City Downtown