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Recently I took a flash trip to visit my son out at college in Utah. My alma mater (University of Cincinnati) was playing in the NIT @ Utah Valley in nearby Orem, so I thought it would be fun and a great use of miles and points to take a quick trip out there. I stayed 2 nights in 2 separate hotels – my first stay was at the Hyatt House Provo / Pleasant Grove and my second night was at the Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi. This Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi review will give an idea of the different amenities and features and hopefully help you decide if you want to stay here if you’re in the area.

Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi location

The Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi is located just off of I-15 in Lehi. It is about 30 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City or the airport. It is at 3700 N Outlet Parkway, Lehi, Utah, 84043. It is only a minute or two off of the highway, which is convenient if you’re traveling and in the area. I decided to try out a second hotel that was a bit closer to the airport than my previous hotel down in Pleasant Grove.

a building with a glass front entrance

Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi cost

Cash prices at the Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi range anywhere from $100 to $200 or more, depending on what is going on. On my dates, the cash price was around $160, and about $190 after tax.

This makes using points an outstanding deal. I booked this in March 2023 when this was a Category 1, meaning it only cost 5,000 points per night, giving me about 3.6 cents per point in value. The Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi moved up to a Category 2 at the end of March 2023 where it now costs 8,000 points a night for a standard booking, which is still an excellent deal.

You can check prices for your nights at the Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi at HotelsCombined or You can also read Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi reviews at TripAdvisor.

Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi review – room

I reserved a 1 King room at the Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi, which has the bed as well as a desk and a small sitting room with a couch.

a room with a bed and chair

Here is the view from the other side of the room.

a couch in a room

The bathroom was nice and the water and pressure in the shower was good.

a bathroom with a glass shower door

Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi WiFi and amenities

Wifi is complimentary in the lobby and in the guest rooms for World of Hyatt members. The speed doesn’t register as anything amazing but I never had a problem getting anything done while using it.

There is laundry that you have to pay for

a group of white washing machines

There is also an indoor pool (not pictured because there were kids playing in it when I was there) and a fitness center

a room with exercise equipment and a mirror

There is a small “business center” which is just a couple of computers in the lobby

a room with a couch and chairs

Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi food

Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi breakfast is complimentary, however I had to leave for the airport before I was able to check it out. Given my experience with Hyatt Place hotels, I would assume that it would have your standard fare of eggs, hash browns, bacon and French Toast sticks, along with various cold items and juices.

people sitting in a room with chairs and tables

a room with a white floor and a white wall and a white table and chairs

There is also an (overpriced) market by the lobby that has various items.

Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi hotel review – the bottom line

Overall this was a good stay if you need to stay in the South Salt Lake City or Lehi area. I would mostly recommend it on points but if you can pick it up on a cheap cash rate it’s super convenient to most things in the area.

Have you stayed at the Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi? What did you think? Leave your thoughts in the comments

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