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Salt Lake Marriott Downtown at City Creek

75 South West Temple · Salt Lake City, Utah 84101 USA

Destination
Salt Lake City

  • 75 South West Temple
  • Salt Lake City, Utah
  • 84101 USA
  • (801) 531-0800

Set against the backdrop of the Wasatch Mountains, Salt Lake City delights visitors 365 days a year. Each season unveils new experiences and new places to explore around our hotel in Downtown Salt Lake City.


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Winter in Salt Lake City

The Greatest Snow on Earth beckons skiers, snowboarders and other adventurers to some of the best slopes in North America, right around the corner from our hotel in Downtown Salt Lake City. Winter in Salt Lake City is chilly, but not as cold as you might expect. Temperatures seldom fall below 0° F, but highs are typically below freezing (32° F) in January. Nearby ski resorts, including Alta, Brighton, Canyons Resort, Deer Valley, Park City, Snowbird, Solitude and Sundance, each offer a distinct perspective on the snow thrill experience.

 

Average Highs/Lows °F:

 

  • December 40/27
  • January 39/25
  • February 44/30

 

Summer in Salt Lake City

Summers in Salt Lake provide exhilarating alternatives to traditional ski resort fare. Cruise down a mountainside—on a bike. Tee off for a round of golf. Or, send your spirits soaring with a hot air balloon ride. And, if you prefer to keep your feet on the ground, hiking in the nearby canyons and mountains provides a refreshing break from the summer heat.

 

Average Highs/Lows °F:

 

  • June 82/60
  • July 89/67
  • August 88/66

Spring in Salt Lake City

Spring in Salt Lake City is marked by warming temperatures in the valley, while snow is still common in the mountains. Skiing usually continues at the resorts until mid-April but can sometimes extend well into July. The contrasting temperatures make it possible to comfortably ski and golf on the same day—and it’s all within reach of our Downtown Salt Lake hotel.

 

Average Highs/Lows °F:

 

  • March 53/37
  • April 61/43
  • May 70/51

Fall in Salt Lake City

Fall in Salt Lake is a time of transition. Nearby canyons are filled with vibrant colors as the trees prepare for winter, while temperatures remain warm enough for comfortable outdoor recreation. Warm, sunny days give way to cool, starlit nights. An early snowfall can have the local ski resorts welcoming skiers as early as Halloween, so reserve our hotel in Salt Lake City early!

 

Average Highs/Lows °F:

 

  • September 78/57
  • October 65/46
  • November 50/35

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