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The fresh mountain air, the varied landscape, the booming food and drink scene in the capital city of Salt Lake City — these are just a few reasons why Travel+Leisure readers love Beehive State. The hotel offering is primarily aimed at leisure and business travelers and offers direct access to Salt Lake City’s major business districts on Main Street and around Pioneer Park. One of the best things about Utah is that it is home to some of the most amazing and varied scenery in the world. Northern Utah is home to Bear Lake, a freshwater lake with a stunning turquoise tint (thanks to calcium carbonate deposits).
The open-air shopping center is spread over three blocks and embodies the rugged Utah atmosphere with fountains, waterfalls and a real stream that flows through the middle of the shops. The trademark of this blockbuster park in southern Utah is its huge sandstone cliffs, which are located on the edge of the Colorado Plateau. In addition to the state’s five national parks, Utah has a whopping 44 state parks, including the otherworldly Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park and the sandy beaches and bright blue waters of Bear Lake State Park. It follows that each of the resorts on the first-ever list of T+L’s best Utah resorts stands out for finding special opportunities for guests to access the state’s unique natural resources.
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