The Salt Lake Scene

Category - Meetings & Conventions

  • Experience Salt Lake’s Hotel Scene

    Home to over 19,000 hotel rooms, Salt Lake’s hotel scene has something for everyone. From mountain-top views at our world-class ski resorts to the sparkling lights of a thriving downtown, Salt Lake offers a little bit of everything. Our wide range of accommodations will suit you whether you’re here

  • Friends at Copper Canyon Radisson

    Experience the Copper Canyon Grill House and Tavern

    Hallå! For the Radisson Hotel in downtown Salt Lake City, the word “Scandinavian” describes more than the sleek-and-simple interior design trend that’s transforming the nation’s cities into chic chill zones—it refers to a lifestyle based on wellness and purpose. Scandinavian hospitality is central

  • The Top 10 Trip Advisor Hotels in Salt Lake

    TripAdvisor is an indispensable tool when it comes to booking a hotel room, but sometimes all the clicking and scrolling and review-scanning can melt your brain a bit. So we chose the ten Salt Lake hotels with the most reviews averaging 4.5 stars, pitched our two cents on each hotel, and then picked

  • ASAE Annual Meeting LIVE from Salt Lake City

    The 2016 Annual Meeting and Expo of the American Society of Association Executives comes to the Salt Palace August 13th to 16th. This year's program includes inspirational thought leaders from across the industry, NASA Astronauts, humanitarians, inventors, authors, and more. If you haven't had

  • The Ultimate Salt Lake Guide for Meeting-Goers

    Where to Get Great Coffee There are many wonderful and charming cafes in the city, but these Salt Lake coffee shops are taking beans to a new level. Read more. Where to See Live Music Salt Lake is known for being the place to see awesome bands in intimate settings. Read more.

  • Car-Free: Fun on the Trax Line

    Whether you’re in Salt Lake for business or pleasure, there’s a good chance you don’t have a car. There are plenty of walkable highlights downtown, and within most of Salt Lake’s neighborhoods, but many of Salt Lake’s main attractions are also just a hop, skip, and a jump (or, you know, a 10- to

  • Soccer, Rugby, Lacrosse, Football

    The beautiful new Salt Lake City Regional Athletic Complex has officially opened. The facility boasts 16 fields, one of which is a championship field—a future expansion project will include the addition of 2,000 stadium seats for this field. The venue can host a wide variety of sporting events,

  • Exciting Airport Upgrades Underway in Salt Lake

    Did you know that the Salt Lake City International Airport is currently undergoing a major overhaul? Even if you've been to Salt Lake recently, you may not have noticed. That's because the transition is happening without interrupting service. The overhaul is actually a three-phase project,

  • 2015 Parliament of the World's Religions

    10,000 People. 80 Nations. 50 Faiths. The Parliament is the oldest, largest, and most inclusive gathering of people of all faiths and traditions. The first Parliament took place in 1893. Since, this historic event has taken place in Chicago, USA; Cape Town, South Africa; Barcelona, Spain;

  • 5 Secrets of Salt Lake

    Most people know about the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Alta's powder skiing, and summer nights at Rio Tinto Stadium, but Salt Lake is chock full of hidden gems. Here are five of our favorite secret spots. 1. Central City's Artesian Well On the corner of 800 South and 500 East is a quaint

  • Branch Out or Miss Out!

    Salt Lake City is certainly a destination for travelers visiting the state, but don’t let your trip be shortchanged by limiting your stay to the downtown area—the broader reaches of Salt Lake have a lot to offer visitors to the Beehive State. For Sports Fanatics A quick ride on Trax can get you

  • Salt Lake Shines as a Solar Energy Capital

    There’s only one place in the United States that can boast a stadium with the largest solar array in American sports, a university offering discounted solar panels to locals, and even an aviary with a flamingo exhibit with pink solar trees . That place is Salt Lake, Utah, where even the parking

  • Salt Lake Transportation Tips: Establish Your Cab Fare First

    Here in Salt Lake, there's a variety of transportation options available, so arriving at your hotel, getting around town, and catching your flight is always quick and simple. A Trax light-rail line runs directly from the airport to downtown Salt Lake, Uber and Lyft are both popular and widely

  • Record Number of Meetings and Conventions Hosted and Confirmed

    Salt Lake’s popularity as a leisure and convention destination continues to grow, as evidenced by a record number of meetings and conventions hosted in 2014, and a record number of new business confirmed for 2015 and beyond. More bars, restaurants, and hotels in the compact convention district,

  • 3 Reasons Salt Lake is #1 for Meetings

    There are many reasons Salt Lake is a wonderful place for meetings, conventions, and tradeshows, including the breathtaking alpine scenery, the continentally recognized punctuality and efficiency of the airport , and the user-friendly Salt Palace Convention Center . The following three reasons,

  • Your Guide to GREENbike: Salt Lake City's Bike Share

    WHAT IS GREENBIKE? GREENbike, also known as SLC Bike Share, is a growing network of shareable bikes stationed throughout downtown Salt Lake . GREENbike is a nonprofit organization supported by Salt Lake County and the Downtown Alliance. It tracks and maintains the bikes, and it aims to expand its

  • Welome Home at Hotel Monaco

    I recently attended the Hotel Monaco’s unveiling of its $5 million complete transformation. The evening boasted a guilty pleasure’s theme with creative decorations filled of guilty pleasures. Following the tour of the rooms, I can tell you my new guilty pleasure is: The Hotel Monaco. If you’re a

  • BlogPaws is Coming to Salt Lake!

    Pet lovers unite! BlogPaws , the original social media pet community and international media conference has set the “bark” high with news of their fourth conference touching down for three days in Salt Lake in June 2012. Registration is open and the founders expect another record crowd. What is