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Posts from September 2012

  • The Top 10 Brunch Hotels in the U.S.

    By Kate Mulcrone, Successful Meetings -- Everyboday loves brunch -- it's breakfast, but with a weekend wallop packed in. Here are 10 top hotels for brunch nationwide, along with some stories to help you get started planning. 1. Polo Lounge, Beverly Hills, CA This spot is so famous it hardly needs an introduction. Longtime favorite menu items

  • Kimpton's Hotel Monaco Salt Lake City Celebrates Vibrant Renewal

    SALT LAKE CITY, (September 19, 2012) – Kimpton’s Hotel Monaco Salt Lake City has recently undergone a $5 million complete transformation. Proudly revealed today to crowds of hospitality and tourism industry partners, government officials and clients, Hotel Monaco Salt Lake City’s new sophisticated urban look for Salt Lake’s well-loved downtown

  • Ski More, Save More with the Salt Lake Super Pass

    By Stephanie Nitsch, OnTheSnow.com -- Make it a priority to ski or ride all four of the Salt Lake area resorts during the 2012/2013 season, and save more money with every visit. Wherever you choose to spend the day, the Salt Lake Super Pass simplifies the ticket window process with a single pass that’s valid at Alta, Snowbird, Brighton or

  • 30 Fun Things to Do in Salt Lake City with Kids

    By Allison Tibaldi, Mommy Poppins -- Salt Lake City, Utah offers all the amenities and attractions of a big city, but is only minutes from scenic nature that provide recreational possibilities in all seasons. The city is fairly compact compared to others in the wide-open American West, and the downtown is served by TRAX, a free light rail system

  • A litany of virtues in Salt Lake City: Art, architecture, dining, hiking, music, the lake . . .

    By Diane Daniel, The Boston Globe -- With former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney the Republican candidate for president, more eyes than ever are on his Mormon faith. No place is better for exploring the history and teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints than here. But there’s much more to this city of 170,000 than religion.

  • We Love the Grand America Hotel and Salt Lake City

    Allison Hyman-Tibaldi, Family Travel Forum -- My family’s recent stay at the luxurious Grand America Hotel in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah was surprisingly stress-free for everybody. Over the years, my children and I have stayed at some posh resorts that in theory accept children, but in reality were none too welcoming. Although upscale resorts

  • DOWNTOWN DINE O’ROUND SEPTEMBER 14-30

    Salt Lake City (September 7, 2012) – The 9th annual Downtown Dine O’ Round begins Friday, September 14. Diners can sample two-item lunches for $5 or $10 or three-item dinners for $15 or $30 during a two-week span that includes three full weekends. Dine O’Round attendees may choose a three-item dinner for either $15 or $30, depending on the cost of

  • PSAV Joining Salt Lake Renaissance and Reshaping of Downtown Core

    Salt Lake City, Utah — Sept. 4, 2012 — Ten years after hosting the Olympic Games, travelers and meeting planners from around the world are still finding Salt Lake to be a viable hospitality destination. The spirit that was once at the center of the Games, along with the lasting infrastructure and ongoing economic and cultural legacy, has helped