ARE THE HOTEL POINTS WORTH LOSING A GOOD NIGHT SLEEP!
The difference between a home-stay property and the big box hotels, we don’t charge for internet or parking, you don’t have to wait in line to check in or get attitude from the desk clerk. There is no waiting for the elevator or no noisy neighbors next to you.
We want our guests to feel like that they have never left home. We offer all the comforts of home or better! We offer of off-street parking, a separate entrance which allows our guests the freedom to come and go as they wish. We designed this comfy master suite with a private bath on the lower walkout floor. You could relax on the lower deck, sip a cup of coffee or tea in the morning, or once you are back for the evening, enjoy the sunset over the Oquirrh Mountain range, have a beverage, utilize the grill, sit in the hot tub, all creating a positive experience for our guests.
If you require lodging in Salt Lake City for corporate business, attending a conference at the Salt Lake Convention Center- short term rental or just visiting Salt Lake City for leisure travel; then consider the De Soto Tudor.
We are within walking distance to UTA Trax Stations, Goldman Sachs, Zions Bank, Fidelity Call Center, LDS Headquarters, Salt Lake Convention, Vivint Smart Home Arena, Eccles Theater, Capitol Theater. The University of Utah is just a short ride by Trax, Utah's public transportation.
WE WANT YOU TO FEEL AT HOME - EVEN WHEN YOU ARE AWAY FROM HOME!
This homestay offers a comfy master suite with a private bath on the lower walk out floor. The master suite has a full-size bed with 300 thread count sheets. The bathroom has a walk-in shower with oversize shower head. If you overlooked to pack your amenities don't worry, we have you taken care of.
We offer the following complimentary amenities during your stay.
• Keurig coffee station with an assortment of coffees and herbal teas.
• Sony Bluetooth Speaker or log on to the De Soto Tudors Sonos Sounds system with a wide array of music for your listening pleasure.
• Complimentary Continental Breakfast, Evening snacks, beverages and bottled water that are available during your stay. • If you are going to be with us for a few days, we have a full-size refrigerator and microwave in the pantry located next to your suite. • If you need to catch up on your emails or just finish some work, the workstation is equipped with additional wall outlets and USB Ports. • Xfinity wireless Wi-Fi throughout the house and patios. You have a choice of either 2.4G or 5G. The printers/scanners are networked, so it allows our guest easy access for use.
The hill slopes down to the south, overlooking downtown Salt Lake City, which is why the Utah State Capitol was built there between 1912 and 1916. State Street (U.S. Route 89 in Utah) leads up Capitol Hill, and Main Street also climbs the one block to the west. The entire Salt Lake City metro area can seen from Capitol Hill, as can the Great Salt Lake miles to the west.
The hill is home to many historic buildings. The west-sloping side of the hill is a diverse neighborhood called "Marmalade Hill", since the streets are named after various fruits that are often used in making marmalade. The east slope descends sharply into City Creek Canyon. Over the small canyon is another Salt Lake City neighborhood called "the Avenues". Above and to the north of the Capitol building is the Wasatch Springs area named after nearby natural hot springs.
The Marmalade District's borders are generally considered to be a small triangular area bounded by 300 North on the south, 500 North on the north, Center Street on the east, and Quince Street, the district's "Main Street", on the west. The western slope of Capitol Hill is called the "Marmalade District" after marmalade fruit jam because of the streets named after fruit trees imported and planted there such as apricot, quince and almond. Most of the original streets of Salt Lake City are aligned to and named after cardinal directions, and exceptions to this rule are often named. The Avenues are one example. The irregular, narrow, and steep roads of the Marmalade District are another.
The Capitol Hill Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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