Once the home of the Hotel Utah, this historical building stands majestically in downtown Salt Lake City. On the top...
moreOnce the home of the Hotel Utah, this historical building stands majestically in downtown Salt Lake City. On the top floor are two restaurants, The Garden and The Roof, both overlooking Temple Square. The building and its facilities are owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Elsewhere in the building, 13 banquet halls offer space for meetings, banquets and wedding receptions. The church welcomes members and non-members alike to use the facilities.less
The Joseph Smith memorial building, formerly known as the hotel Utah, is meant to impress and in all candor, it is impressive. Was built between 1909 and 1911 and used as a hotel until 1987. There are...more
Wonderful building but why name it after a man who has never stepped foot in Salt Lake - let alone this building. Just weird. I wouldn't go again.more