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Meeting the Crossroads of the West

08 January, 2014: When it comes to the highest concentrations of LDS members, or what most people commonly refer to as the Mormons, very few cities can compete with Salt Lake City. This is because the city itself was founded by Brigham Young, George Washington Bradley, and Isaac Morley, all of whom are Mormon followers. However, Salt Lake City is more than just a place founded by Mormons.

Salt Lake City was named after the nearby Great Salt Lake. It sits within the Wasatch Front and is considered to be the most populous city of Utah. It was nicknamed the, “Crossroads of the West” due primarily to the construction of the first transcontinental railroad back in the olden days.

Not many people may be aware of it but there are actually a number of tourist attractions in Salt Lake City. Some of these are the Utah State Capitol Building, the St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral, the This Is the Place Heritage Park, the Olympic Cauldron Park, the Trolley Square, and the Golden Spike National Historic Site. Because of the sheer number of tourist attractions that you should not miss out on, you have to make sure that you book yourself in any of the SLC Airport hotels . One of these Salt Lake City Utah hotel that you might want to consider is the Holiday Inn & Suites Salt Lake City Airport.

Guests of the Holiday Inn & Suites Salt Lake City Airport are able to enjoy such amenities as access to the fitness center as well as the indoor pool and the hot tub, use of the airport shuttle, access to the meeting facilities, use of the guest laundry facilities, and free guest parking.

More information about Holiday Inn & Suites Salt Lake City Airport can be found at http://www.dodbusopps.com/69090/23.htm . The site also features a quick reservation form that you can make use of in order to book a room without leaving the comfort of your own home.

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Holiday Inn & Suites Salt Lake City Airport
5001 W. Wiley Post Way Salt Lake City, Utah 84116 United States
Phone: (801) 741-1800
Fax: (801) 746-0407
http://www.dodbusopps.com/69090/23.htm

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