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Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City is the capital and largest city in Utah, with over 2.2 million inhabitants living in the metropolitan area. The city itself has almost 200,000 inhabitants. Internationally, the city was the focus of attention during the 2002 Winter Olympics and has been getting more and more popular since then with foreign visitors as well.

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Camelot Inn & Hostel

Camelot Inn & Hostel

A nice hostel, very well equipped, in a good location. Very thin walls but the you get more than expected for 35$ per night. We will happily go back to Camelot Inn & Hostel ... more

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5
Avenues Hostel

Avenues Hostel

Don't stay there. It is a few steps away from a homeless shelter. The heater was broken in the cold day and night. People stayed there seemed to be low income people. So crappy. Don't recommend at all. ... more

Overall
1

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Camelot Inn & Hostel
78 %

Camelot Inn & Hostel

165 West 800 South (Map) - Hostel
excellent value for money. easy access to town, busses etc, neat and simple. Definitly recommend it as a good budget accomodation.
Avenues Hostel
74 %

Avenues Hostel

107 F Street, (Map) - Hostel
This hostel is about a 15 min walk to Temple Square, it is very convenient for the town. It is a large hostel with a well equipped kitchen. Floors and kitchen are cleaned every day.
Utah International Hostel
60 %

Utah International Hostel

50 South 800 West (Map) - Hostel
AAE Salt Lake Howard J

AAE Salt Lake Howard J

121 North 300 West Greyhound Bus Amtrak Downtown Location (Map) - Hostel