Information on taxis, shuttles, and ADA accessible transportation options from the airport to the hotel are available here.
Additional airport information can be found on The Grand America Hotel amenities site
Salt Lake City Attractions
Tour the City by Pedicab
If you have extra time in Salt Lake City, check out the sights by way of pedicab. Tours and rides are available day and night.
Great Salt Lake
Approximately 1,700 square miles, the Great Salt Lake is the largest natural lake west of the Mississippi River. There are many hiking trails, picnic areas, boating, and fishing opportunities here, too.
This is the Place Heritage Park
Take a trip back in time and see what Utah was like when the pioneers settled here. Check out Heritage Village, featuring cabins, farmhouses, barns, chapels, and more. Experience Native American life at the Native American Village, or take a train ride around the park, which circles the natural-spring-fed pond.
Utah Olympic Park
Visit Utah Olympic Park in Park City, just 20 minutes from Salt Lake City. The host venue of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, the park continues to be a major training site for current and prospective Olympians. Park City is also a great place for foodies, with a diverse culinary scene.
Temple Square's three-block plaza is anchored by the towering Salt Lake Temple, headquarters of the Mormon Church, which rises an impressive 210 feet over the square. Other fascinating buildings here include the expansive Tabernacle and the Gothic-style Assembly Hall.
National and State Parks
If you extend your stay in Utah, take advantage of one of the 60+ national and state parks just a few hours away from Salt Lake City.
See what else Salt Lake City has to offer.