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From journal Christmas in Utah
February 24, 2001
Our room was on the 16th floor with a view away from the center of the city. It was comfortable in all respects with adequate room for luggage and skis. There is a ski check at the Bell Desk as well. As Hilton Honors members, we were invited to the continental buffet on the key-access 18th floor. This buffet was essential for keeping our energy up during the morning skiing sessions. Standard items were available including yogurts, bagels, cereals, various juices and muffins. For traditional heavy breakfasts, the café in the lobby provided a buffet with sausage, bacon, potatoes and other fare. The downstairs buffet looked good when I checked it out, but we elected to eat the complimentary food upstairs.
Service was friendly and efficient, but we did get bad information from the Bell person who directed us to a "24 hour sandwich restaurant," Kokapelis, that was actually closed by 10:30pm. The restaurant was across the street in the Shilo Inn, so we did not waste much shoe leather over it. The desk clerk at the Shilo was very helpful and even called the Café Pierpoint to confirm that they were still open in an attempt to help us find an alternate restaurant.
Premium dining is available at Spencer''s in the hotel lobby. This steak restaurant has been recognized by culinary awards and was a great late night stop for a snack. The cigar-friendly bar is a bit overwhelming as you enter, but all traces of the odor disappear in the richly paneled dining rooms. We ordered a half dozen oysters and a monumental wedge of fresh iceburg lettuce piled high in bleu cheese.
From journal Salt Lake City – Headquarters for a Ski Weekend
South Florida, Florida
November 19, 2000
From journal Salt Lake City Sights
December 31, 1999