Ogden is becoming a popular ski destination in Utah, as it sits at the base of three different, but equally magnificent resorts—Powder Mountain, Snowbasin and Nordic Valley. Buses transport passengers to and from Snowbasin and Powder Mountain for a minimal fee, and it’s a beautiful ride up. With all the historic sites, restaurants and fun things to do in Ogden, it’s easy to see why travelers choose to stay in town. As an added bonus, the pool in the iconic film the “Sandlot” is also here. Convinced Ogden is your next vacay destination? These are the very best hotels to stay at.
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Only a couple blocks from the highly historic 25th Street which used to be full of speakeasies and such, this Hilton location in Ogden is also proximal to Peery’s Egyptian Theater, which is one of the few preserved movie plazas in the United States. Many rooms have mountain views from large picture windows, which accent the cozy decor well. The indoor pool is a lovely addition, with lounge chairs and an updated feel, which is welcomed after spending time on the slopes or in the onsite gym. Breakfast is an additional fee, but definitely worth it, unless you want to try one of the local joints like Pig in a Jelly Jar, or Cuppa, who both have phenomenal breakfast options. Don’t forget to taste the complimentary strawberry lemonade in the lobby!
It only takes a few minutes to walk to major locations in Ogden from this downtown situated Hampton Inn. The building is elegant and consistent with the architecture of other historic structures in the area. Breakfast is on the house and features plenty of hot or fresh items like fruit, sausage, eggs and waffles—they’ll even prep you a to go bag if you’re wanting to quickly hit the hiking trails in the summer, or ski slopes in the winter. The fitness center is accompanied by a lovely indoor whirlpool that can seat multiple people.
With cabin-esque vibes exuding from the rooms to the exterior, Best Western High Country Inn is a snug place to call home while you’re on a mountain vacation in Ogden. A towering fireplace greets guests in the lobby, and there’s a little on-site restaurant offering breakfast and other meals. The outdoor pool is a nice place to relax if in the city on a hot day. Pets are welcomed here at an additional charge.
Just one street away from 25th, Courtyard Ogden has all the downtown conveniences as well. Rooms have been modernized with pleasant splashes of focal wall art and streamline furniture, and the indoor pool area also features a hot tub with a high ceiling, brick walls and huge windows for plenty of natural light. An on-site bistro serves up popular breakfast selections like avocado toast, and the dinner cocktails such as margaritas and lemon drops are on point, too. The best part though, there’s a Starbucks on site as well as charming local coffee shops, including Daily Rise Coffee.
Everything typical of a Holiday Inn Express is here at the Ogden location—the standard modern exterior, comfy clean rooms and a generous breakfast buffet of hot items including their signature, gooey cinnamon rolls. However, there’s also a beautifully lit indoor pool with welcoming warm water with lounge space around the edges. This is one of those places that’s consistent, affordable and overall a really nice place to rest your head.
Located away from the bustle of downtown, in Ogden Canyon, Alaskan Inn offers a group of rustic, Alaskan style suites and cabins connected by winding paths. Mountains are literally stacked up right behind the bed and breakfast location, making it one of the most scenic lodging options in town. A gourmet breakfast of the fluffiest pancakes, eggs Benedict, bacon, omelets fruits and whipped cream topped coffees are delivered right to your room every morning, and chocolates along with chilled cider are waiting for every guest upon arrival. Fresh baked cookies await in the lobby daily.
You can see the iconic Union Station, and 25th Street, from the historic Bigelow Hotel. The entrance is grand with marble floors, chandeliers and accents you would’ve seen back in the 1920s. Rooms are spacious, especially suites which feature huge living rooms. But views from the window have to be the most alluring aspect of the stunning structure, as you often can see the sunrise over Union Station, or the Wasatch mountains reflect the golden rays. Breakfast is also offered with all the staples like eggs, hash browns and bacon.