Grand America Hotel

The Grand America Hotel

The Grand America Hotel is the largest and only AAA rated 5-diamond hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States.[1]


It is located at 555 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, 84111.[2][3] It is one block away from Washington Square.[3]


It was built in 2001 and designed by Frank Nicholson.[4]

It is the twelfth tallest building in Salt Lake City, and the tallest hotel with 24 floors. The hotel is 328 feet tall if measured all the way to the top of the flag pole. The hotel also features 775 rooms and suites, numerous conference rooms which total in 75,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, a Conde Nast Traveler rated full service spa,[5] outdoor and indoor pools, exercise facilities, Garden Cafe restaurant, Lobby Lounge and Gibson Lounge bar.

It has been home to conferences, lectures and is also frequently used by visiting professional sports teams. For example, in October 2013, Condoleezza Rice gave a speech at the hotel.[6]


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  2. ^ The Grand America Hotel: Contact Us
  3. ^ a b Google Maps
  4. ^ Frank Nicholson Incorporated: The Grand America Hotel
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  6. ^ Marjorie Cortez, Condoleezza Rice addresses U.S. 'governance problem' at Utah conf., KSL-TV, October 12th, 2013

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