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  • The Grand America Hotel (Salt Lake City; tel. 800/621-4505; www.grandamerica.com): Built for the 2002 Olympics, the Grand America occupies an entire city block in downtown Salt Lake City and offers top-notch service, amenities, and decor. The marriage of superb design and deluxe furnishings has resulted in exquisitely comfortable guest rooms and suites.
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  • Hotel Monaco (Salt Lake City; tel. 800/294-9710; www.monaco-saltlakecity.com): This hotel mixes traditional and contemporary styling in rooms that brim with an eclectic array of patterns, textures, and colors. The pet-friendly Monaco will provide goldfish to those who haven't brought Rover.
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  • Hotel Park City (Park City; tel. 435/200-2000; www.hotelparkcity.com): Inspired by the grand lodges in national parks, Hotel Park City may be the most posh lodging in Utah. The masculine guest rooms -- all with sublime mountain views -- feature Western decor and plenty of in-room amenities. The bathrooms are superb, with big jetted tubs and separate three-headed showers.
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  • Stein Eriksen Lodge (Deer Valley; tel. 800/453-1302; www.steinlodge.com): The Stein Eriksen is grandly elegant yet warm and welcoming, with cozy niches in the dignified lobby and lavishly comfortable suites. Attendants in the whirlpool, sauna, and fitness room are on hand to pamper you and attend to your every need, but they're so unobtrusive that you'll feel right at home -- contentedly, luxuriously at home.
  • Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.