The Shilo Inn Suites has two hundred rooms and twelve floors. Each of the rooms offers a view of the city or surrounding mountains. The hotel has an external glass elevator with views of the city and the Wasatch Range.
Each guestroom has one king or two queen beds. All rooms have refrigerators, microwaves, coffee makers with complimentary tea and coffee, hair dryers, and irons with ironing boards. The TVs come with premium channels; there is an extra charge for pay movies or video games. Children twelve and under stay free with an adult, all guestrooms are nonsmoking, and dogs under twenty-five pounds are allowed. The dogs cannot be left in the room unattended. (Special Assist pets stay free.)
This hotel is located at 206 South, West Temple Street in Salt Lake City, Utah. This full service hotel is located in the heart of Salt Lake City across from the Salt Palace Convention Center, near the Delta Center, Temple Square and Genealogy Library. The Shilo Inn is only a block from a TRAX light rail stop.
Dining options include: A complimentary continental breakfast is provided each morning. There is Krewson's Sunrise Cafy, which offers traditional American food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Krewson's closes midmornings and mid-afternoons. The Sunset Bar is open evenings for beer, wine, cocktails, and bar snacks. Room service is available during limited hours. The Shilo Inn's amenities are listed below:
Internet access - dial-up
Internet access - wireless
Premium TV channel(s)
Check-in time is 4pm
Checkout time is 12pm
Complimentary Guest parking
Chocolate-chip cookie greeting.
Swimming pool - indoor
Sauna and Steam Room
Room service (limited hours)
Complimentary Airport transportation
Safe-deposit box - front desk
Complimentary newspapers in lobby
24-hour front desk
Meeting rooms (small groups)
Dry cleaning service
One online reviewer said, "We stayed here for 1 night after experiencing the Shilo inn at Twin Falls. While we didn't find it quite as good, it was still nice. Our room was a good size, bathroom was fine and we could see our car from our room which quite good. Close to the sights we were interested in and easy to find. Nice pool and spa although I didn't like that we had to walk through the reception to get to it. Restaurant was nice, simple food but tasty, and the breakfast had good choices. I'm fussy and the waitress even gave me a few extra options. Service was average.''
Another reviewer stated, "The front desk and housekeeping staff were Utah friendly, but they just couldn't make up for the declining nature of this hotel. The first problem you'll notice is that there are only two elevators to serve 200 rooms on 12 floors. To make things worse, there is no service elevator, so your most frequent companions all day long will be housekeepers and their carts. This may not bother you for a one night stay, but our stay was 5 nights.''