The Peery Hotel – A Salt Lake Tradition
The late 19th and early 20th centuries brought eager speculators to Utah’s mining areas, but it was not until 1910 that a hotel of incomparable quality was constructed to accommodate the individuals who had discovered wealth in the rich veins of Utah’s hills. Brothers David and Joseph Peery commissioned prominent European architect Charles Onderdonk to build a grand hotel to accommodate business people and their families, and the resulting Peery Hotel was a three-story showcase of Prairie-style architecture combined with motifs of classical revival influence. It has been in continuous operation since 1910, and in 1999 the Peery was remodeled as a luxury boutique hotel that simultaneously recalls its place in the history of Salt Lake City while catering to the discerning modern traveler.
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I love this hotel it’s location and ambiance is fantastic staff very helpful
My husband and I stayed here for our mini honeymoon after our wedding. It was a great deal and we loved the hotel - it's right in the middle of downtown and it was easy and fun to walk to many locations in downtown Salt Lake. The hotel is beautifully decorated and the rooms are great. The mattresses and beds were my favorite part - the beds are so luxurious and comfortable. I never wanted to get out of bed in the morning! They have an exercise room on site which was nice. The only downside was our bathroom was very small!! We understand the hotel is an historic building, which is one reason we loved it so much. So keep in mind they are dealing with minimum amount of space with their rooms and especially with their bathrooms. If you are a tall person, you may find it hard to use the toilet ha ha. Other than that, we loved our stay here and the next time we are looking for a staycation, will return to the Peery in a heartbeat!
I loved spending a stay-cation evening in this historic hotel to celebrate my 26th wedding anniversary. The recent renovation is great. I found it to be very in keeping with the era of the building and comfortable. The new bar downstairs was fun. It's a cool vibe and only going to get better. The service was friendly upon checking and at the bar. Stay there in support of historic preservation. I will stay there again!