The Radisson is just three miles from Temple Square
Make the Radisson your home base for exploring the best concert venues, shopping centers and sporting events in Salt Lake City. Walk five minutes east and catch a ride on the TRAX light rail so you can easily navigate to attractions like the Vivint Smart Home Arena. Families enjoy visiting the Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum for hands-on fun and Utah’s Hogle Zoo to see 42 acres worth of incredible animals. Sports fans only have to travel six miles to watch a Utah Utes game at Rice-Eccles Stadium, and our hotel is less than an hour from Utah Olympic Park, the site of the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Nearby attractions include:
- Utah Transit Authority (UTA)
Getting around Salt Lake City is affordable and easy with UTA’s bus route and TRAX light rail system. The nearest TRAX station is just a five-minute walk from the hotel.
- Temple Square
History, architecture and culture—if any of these words excite you, then Temple square is the perfect destination. It is located in the heart of Salt Lake City with an astounding 35 acres of space. With this choice, you can indulge in history and be mesmerized.
- Liberty Park
As the name implies, Liberty Park is the oldest park in Salt Lake City—where people can come and enjoy time with their loved ones. Whether it’s for picnic or holiday fireworks, this park always has something to offer for every age.
- Gilgal Sculpture Garden
Our staff calls it a hidden treasure. Tucked in the middle of the block behind houses and businesses, many of the locals are still unaware of its existence. It is a must see in our opinion.
- The Great Salt Lake State Park
Great Salt Lake has been the main attraction for many years for Salt Lake City visitors. Located just 14 miles from our hotel, Great Salt Lake provides a breathtaking view of the sunset which attracts many love birds. The white sand beaches are a true joy for swimmers and sunbathers. If you have spare time, there is no doubt that this is a must-see.
- Sugarhouse Park
Located in the heart of Sugarhouse neighborhood, this park provides a popular sledding location for adventure seekers in the winter. On public holidays, it becomes a venue for watching fireworks and concerts during the 4th of July week and New Year ’s Eve.