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Property LocationWith a stay at The Inn in Sandy (Salt Lake Mountain Resorts), you'll be steps from Wasatch-Cache National Forest and 6 minutes by foot from Snowbird Ski Resort. This hotel is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Peruvian Express Ski Lift and 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Alta Ski Area. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.
- Wasatch-Cache National Forest - 0.1 km / 0.1 mi
- Snowbird Ski Resort \- 0.5 km / 0.3 mi
- Peruvian Express Ski Lift - 1.3 km / 0.8 mi
- Alta Ski Area - 1.5 km / 0.9 mi
- Rustler Ski Lift - 3.5 km / 2.2 mi
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Check-out ends at: 11:00
Pool and wellness facilitiesOutdoor Pool..
Business Facilities / FacilitiesSteam room
Good location, beautiful surroundings, quiet rooms
Reviewed 28 july, 2021
We recently visited for a family member's wedding and enjoyed our stay at the Inn. We landed on the first floor so it was a little dark at times, but it was also much cooler than some of the higher floors. Important since there's no AC, but there was a rotating fan provided. Overall the room was quiet and clean. The view in the back was a little obstructed by trees, but it made it feel more private when sitting on the deck. They did seem a little short-staffed but the lady we interacted with most was very helpful/friendly. There was also access to a path nearby which took us right to Snowbird Center.
Fabulous snow and good accomodation
Reviewed 1 march, 2020
Having been to Snowbird three times before and last time not having the best experience, with not so great staff, only right to review our recent stay, which was far better. Snow and skiing is simply fantastic and this time we stayed in two rooms in the Inn as there was six of us travelling. Staff were very friendly, the buildings do not lend themselves to being very cosy as they are essentially concrete blocks, but the Pizzas in the Restaurant in Iron Blossom are lovely and very reasonable during half price happy hour and the small pool and hot tub were lovely to relax in after skiing. We picked here rather than Mammoth as the snow was better and it was absolutely the right decision. We will be back, probably to the Cliff as we missed the ski in ski out facility, but more walking at the Inn.
Very nice for the price
Reviewed 5 february, 2020
It’s just my husband and am traveling. Short trip for skiing. Warning: Snowbird is not a novices mountain. However, the Inn has been great. The front office staff goes out of their way to accommodate. Fresh coffee every morning and hot chocolate whenever you want it. I’ve seen some complaints about the Inn and whoever made them needs to just get a grip. I’m attaching several pictures of the room as well as our view. Is this hotel a 5 star? No. Is the furniture and such just a little worn - maybe. But everything is fully functional and a great place to retreat after a day of skiing. I strongly recommend The Inn at Snowbird for anyone looking for a decent place to stay for the value.
Good room with a great view
Reviewed 10 july, 2019
My husband and I stayed here for one night on a Saturday night in July. Our room had a queen size bed with a Mountain View. The room had a pretty sweet closet area which would be nice for a winter/ski stay but we didn’t need it for the one night. There is NO air conditioning so it was a pretty hot night; we slept with the sliding door open. Even though the screen door locks, there is no separation between your balcony and your neighbors’ balcony so they could’ve looked/come right in if they wanted to. There was a humidifier in the room which we used but it didn’t really help. It gets extremely dry! Overall the accommodation is basic and yes a little outdated. However, it’s not really a place you go to spend a lot of time in your room so I wouldn’t let that deter you from staying here. The pool and hot tub area were nice. We’d probably stay here again if we came back.
Needs an upgrade, badly
Reviewed 22 april, 2019
When I was a kid in the 1960s I went on trips with my parents and we would stay at cheap, roadside motels. Occasionally, they would splurge on a Holiday Inn. If you want to relive my childhood motel experience, stay at the Inn at Snowbird. I had skied at Snowbasin, Powder Mountain, Park City and Deer Valley but never in the famous Cottonwood Canyons. So, on a whim, I booked a spring skiing package and came out for a few days. I got a studio with a Murphy bed, so tiny I had to move every piece of furniture in the room to get it to fully open. The room, carpets and bathroom were from the 1960s, the kitchenette was from the 1950s and the so-called gym was somebody's idea of a joke.