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Experience majestic Salt Lake City from Cozy Hotel suite. Fort Union Hotel has unique amenities to accommodate all travelers. This Salt Lake City hotel location is centered between three cities- Midvale, Murray and Sandy. Most visitors to this area love the natural beauty that surrounds Salt Lake City. The hotels suites are perfect for those on business. Whether you are in the market for an alternative to a corporate apartment or a place to stay for a few nights, this hotel has what you need. Stay in touch with home and office using the free HSIA or print out an important document in the business center. The proximity to Cottonwood Corporate Center and Union Park Center makes the commute just a few minutes from the Hotels entrance. In Salt Lake City the hotel suites provide a retreat that feels more like home. Thousands of visitors flock to the area each year for skiing, hiking and sightseeing. During your stay be sure to venture into downtown Salt Lake City. The hotel is 12 miles from the city center and the Famous Mormon temple. We are 20 miles from Park City. When you stay at the Hawthorn Inn and Suites Fort Union Hotel, you would not have to leave your dog or cat behind thanks to our pet friendly policy. Pets are allowed for a non-refundable charge of 25USD for the first night, additional nights are 10USD per night exceeding up to 75USD. Guests also enjoy the perks of having a complete kitchen in each suite and convenience store. We invite you to come and see what makes Utah so special. Free grab n go breakfast.
24-hour front desk
Facilities for disabled guests
Safety deposit box
Shops in hotel
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in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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Hawthorn Suites By Wyndham Salt Lake City-Fort Union August 6, 2014