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10499 South Jordan Gateway
South Jordan  Utah  84095  US
LAT: 40.561129 LONG: -111.9016
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+1 (800) 830-5222 (US/Canada Toll-free)

Telephone: +1 (801) 553-1151 Fax: +1 (801) 553-1161


Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Salt Lake City South Towne, UT

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Ski in Sandy and Explore Salt Lake City from Our Hotel

Positioned in the Salt Lake City metro area, the Country Inn & Suites in South Jordan, UT is the ideal home base for a ski trip to Sandy or a weekend-long trade show at the South Towne Expo Center. If you’re looking for sports entertainment other than the ski slopes, the hotel is close to the Vivint Smart Home Arena, Salt Lake City Equestrian Park and River Oaks Golf Course. Take our free shuttle to places within a five-mile radius of the hotel, such as the Shops at South Town, or hop on I-15 to explore the underground wonders of Timpanogos Cave National Monument. 

Visit these attractions near the Sandy–South Jordan area:
  • Cabela’s (11 miles)
    Find a new ski suit or simply browse the 150,000-square-foot store and its huge selection of outdoor equipment. You can also admire the fish in the store’s aquarium as you enjoy a sugary treat from the Fudge Shop.
    Phone: +1 (801) 766-2500
  • Vivint Smart Home Arena (15.6 miles)
    Cheer on the NBA’s Utah Jazz at the Vivint Smart Home Arena, or get your ticket for some of the biggest names in music, such as Taylor Swift and Coldplay. For family fun, take the kids to performances like Disney on Ice or the annual rodeo.
    Phone: +1 (801) 325-2000
  • The Great Salt Lake (46 miles)
    Your trip to Utah won’t be complete without visiting the largest saltwater lake in the Western Hemisphere. Swim in the salty waves of the lake, or paddle out to Antelope Island, where you just might meet a bison on the beach. See the island’s wildlife before digging your toes into the white sand.
    Phone: +1 (801) 451-3237
  • Temple Square (16.3 miles)
    Be sure to schedule a free tour of Temple Square, home to 35 acres of gardens, restaurants and historical sites like the Beehive House, the home of Utah’s first governor, Brigham Young.
    Phone: +1 (801) 531-1000
  • Hogle Zoo (20 miles)
    Spend the day with African lions, Amur tigers and polar bears at Hogle Zoo, which features hundreds of animals as well as the popular Wildlife Connections program, allowing you to get close to and feed some of your favorite animals.
    Phone: +1 (801) 582-1631
  • IKEA - Draper (5 miles) 
    Find contemporary home furnishings at this popular mega-store. Before you leave, be sure to sample the in-store restaurant’s famous Swedish meatballs.
    Phone: +1 (801) 572-4532
  • River Oaks Golf Course (2 miles)
    With fast greens and majestic mountain views, River Oaks Golf Course is a great place to hone your golf game as you take in the Jordan River that meanders alongside several of the course’s 18 holes. While there, sign up for a custom club fitting or a lesson with a PGA pro.
    Phone: +1 (801) 568-4653
  • Salt Lake City Equestrian Park and Event Center (2.4 miles)
    If you’re looking for something different to do, head to the equestrian park to watch horse races, shows and polo matches. After saying hi to your favorite Thoroughbred, you can take in a concert at one of the park’s several arenas.
    Phone: +1 (385) 468-1600
  • The Shops at South Town (1 mile)
    Browse your favorite brands in stores like REI, Forever 21 and Macy’s at the Shops at South Town. Tired after walking through the mall? Pamper yourself at South Town’s day spa with a foot massage and a pedicure.
    Phone: +1 (801) 572-1516
  • South Towne Exposition Center (2 miles)
    From food shows to leadership conventions, the South Towne Expo Center hosts a variety of events throughout the year and is easy to reach from the light-rail station.
    Phone: +1 (385) 468-2260
  • Thanksgiving Point (11 miles)
    Step back to the time of the dinosaurs, pet a pony or stroll through Utah’s own Secret Garden at Thanksgiving Point. After your tour of the museums, farm and gardens, be sure to visit the Key Tree, a community art project made of thousands of donated keys. Donate your own to help the tree grow!
  • Timpanogos Cave National Monument (18.5 miles)
    You’ll enjoy the intricate displays of flowstone and the aptly named cave popcorn in the underground world of Timpanogos Cave National Monument, a network of three caves that you can explore during a guided tour.
    Phone: +1 (801) 756-5238
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