Utah is looking forward as your next meeting place, big or small. With meeting centers located in all parts of the state, we're ready for your business and pleasure.
When you plan your next business meeting or convention, what are your considerations for the site? Company morale, team building, accessibility, recreational opportunities, cultural opportunities, shopping, dining, all no doubt enter into the equation. If these are part of your objectives, Utah is an ideal choice for your next meeting. With excellent facilities to host your meeting throughout Utah, as it allows your partners and staff to get outside and have fantastic recreational experiences together in a breathtaking setting. From majestic mountain ranges, world-class skiing featuring The Greatest Snow on Earth® to our five enchanted and stunning national parks; mountain biking, hiking, golf courses, resorts and spas, and superb shopping opportunities including Salt Lake City's new City Creek Center, and other boutiques and specialty shops throughout the state, Utah is a smart choice.
With daily national and international flight services into Salt Lake City International Airport, getting to Utah has never been easier. A flight into Salt Lake City puts you just minutes away from downtown Salt Lake City and The Salt Palace Convention Center. The Salt Palace has over a half million square feet of convention space that hosts the bi-annual Outdoor Retailers Conventions as well as many other special events throughout the year.
Utah features numerous other meeting rooms and other facilities like EnergySolutions Arena, the Maverick Center, South Towne Expo Center and many more. Salt Lake City pairs these venues with its many cultural attractions, including a world-famous symphony, choir, ballet, opera, the Natural History Museum of Utah, the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, and more!
Within three and a half to four hours of the Salt Lake City International Airport, you could be on a hike to the iconic Delicate Arch at Arches National Park, atop the dramatic and sheer cliffs of Dead Horse Point State Park, or staring out over hundreds of miles of canyons, rivers and mountains from the Islands in the Sky District of Canyonlands National Park.
Zion National Park, Utah's first and most visited national park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Brian Head Ski Resort, and Bryce Canyon National Park are most easily accessed by a flight into the new St. George Airport, which can have you in Zion National Park in 40 minutes.
Utah can bring your team together in many important ways, refresh spirits, enliven ambition, and generate a renewed sense of purpose!
Visit the Meet in Utah website to book your next group meeting.