110 W 300 S, Salt Lake City, UT | Directions 8410140.762898 -111.894223
Neighborhoods: Rio Grande
This hotel was an absolute nightmare. Literally and figuratively. After hearing reviews of this hotel being haunted, I was scared to say the least. After I checked the room out though I thought it was do able. That was wrong. We got room 203 which is right next the haunted elevator that a "moaning molly" resides in. It would creak and bang and make weird noises all night long. When I finally fell asleep for maybe 45 minutes, I had a nightmare that felt so real I swear it was actually happening. I woke up to a lady dressed in 1920 clothing with her hair down standing over me on the bed and looking at me silently. Horrific to say the least!!! I specifically wanted the Jacuzzi Classic King suite to take a nice bath and relax. Well after figuring out there was no hot water in our room, we called the desk and they said they would work on it. We woke up early in the morning and to no surprise, no hot water. It was freezing when we got in our room, so we turned the heat up. It was blazing all night even though we turned it to cold later. The staff was creepy, as if they knew the problems of the hotel and didn't bother fixing it or even checking into it. You have to pay an extra $12 to even park for the night!! All in all, we slept for MAYBE 2 hours at most that night and wasted $132 on staying there.
Worst hotel in twenty years!!! – My stay at this hotel was a nightmare. There was no hot water in my room which was discovered at 5:30 am prior to my flight to Dallas. The staff opened another room and there was no hot water in that room either! The room was small (cramped) and less than clean. Every location in the hotel including the lobby smelled musty, dusty, stale and unpleasant. I was charged an extra $15 at check-out for "historic preservation"? This amount was not disclosed at check-in and should be included in the room price, in my opinion. The television did not work upon arrival. A repairman was able to fix it in a couple of hours. When it was operational, I was dismayed with the poor picture quality (one of those old, large-tube TVs), abysmal channel selection, and no movie channel options. The staff was inattentive, unprofessional, disorganized, and very unkempt in appearance. When the conditions of the hotel were discussed with the manager by phone, he was argumentative and surly. The Peery Hotel is not, by any stretch of the imagination, a four-star hotel. And, there is nothing romantic or charming about it. Avoid this hotel at all costs unless you like a tired, dirty, decaying, smelly, old hotel with an ice-cold shower to greet you in the morning.
Becareful - Read the reviews! – This comment is written by a staff member of the hotel. You can contact Lexi Casalino at the front desk.. She is the front desk manager. I use to work at the front desk and night audit.
The staff is not friendly and not willing to do anything for the guest.
Beautiful, historic property03/27/2007 Posted by lexiraunch
Our company uses the Peery Hotel every week for our employees and they love it! Every new employee we send to the Peery Hotel comes back with nothing but great things to say. The staff is amazing and are willing to go out of their way to get anything for my employees. The rooms are comfortable and the entire staff makes you feel at home. My company has been sending our employees to the Peery Hotel for years and we will never change
Beautiful, historic property – Our company uses the Peery Hotel every week for our employees and they love it! Every new employee we send to the Peery Hotel comes back with nothing but great things to say. The staff is amazing and are willing to go out of their way to get anything for my employees. The rooms are comfortable and the entire staff makes you feel at home. My company has been sending our employees to the Peery Hotel for years and we will never change.
Peery is a dump – I send several of my employees to Salt Lake City every week for business trips. Everyone who stays at the Peery says it is a DUMP! It's noisy, dirty and outdated.
This downtown boutique-style hotel radiates classic elegance. – The Scene
This restored Victorian hotel is located in downtown Salt Lake City, close to plenty of restaurants and bars. Don't feel like leaving the hotel? Grab a bite at Christopher's Seafood & Steak House or opt for a more casual meal at Romano's Macaroni Grill. Those in town for business appreciate the hotel's proximity to the Delta Center and Salt Palace Convention Center; both are just a few blocks away.
There are 63 rooms and suites (three with Jacuzzi tubs) individually decorated in period furnishings. Canopy beds add a touch of romance, while data ports, coffeemakers and room service offer modern-day luxuries. Amenities include free wireless Internet access, voice mail, hair dryers, morning newspaper, cable television and safe-deposit box. There's also an exercise room, meeting facilities and gift shop.
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