If you've never stayed at a Salt Lake City Bed and Breakfast, this experience is a must. The entire Salt Lake City Bed and Breakfast is filled with exquisitely carved wood, intricate stenciling and furnished with antiques and floral at every turn. A stay at the "Mansion" is a step back in time with the modern amenities of jetted tubs and wireless Internet. The highlight for many a guest is the wonderful Gourmet Buffet Breakfast every morning. With its hot quiche, fruit bowl, home made Granola and Peach Cobbler no one goes away hungry. The aroma of croissants and sweet-rolls fills the air and remembrances of a time gone by fill the soul. Located in the Heart of Salt Lake City the "Mansion" is within walking distance of "Temple Square", "The Family History Center", four Shopping Malls and all of the down town restaurant district.
These two suites in the Cottage next door to the "Mansion feature a comfortable sitting area, eating area, wet bar or kitchen, bedroom area with queen-sized bed, and a roomy bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub w/ handheld shower. With the addition of the Hide-a-bed couch, you can easily sleep 4 people in this cozy, spacious suite. Come and enjoy the comfortable sitting room
Nightly Rate: $209-$229
Three of our most economic and most popular rooms the luxuriously elegant January Promises, Cherished Years and October Hollow welcome their guests with billowing queen size beds piled high with pillows and relaxing showers or a small jetted tub in the October Hollow.
Nightly Rate: $119-$139
King size bed, private bath, jaccuzi tub with handheld shower.
4.2 on May 18, 2014
The entire time was very nice, a wonderful surprise for my wife's birthday. The innkeepers were very accommodating and made us feel appreciated, like real home guests...not hotel patrons. Thank you! We will be back.
2.0 on May 14, 2014
We enjoyed our stay on May 12th, but were quite disappointed in some areas. The romance package was very nice. We did have to wait for it to be set up when we arrived. We were told that our voice mail (20 minutes ahead of time) notifying you of our arrival time was not taken due to an "emergency". Do you not include ice in the ice bucket for sparkling cider? Outside of the warm cider, it would have been nice to have a pitcher of water and glasses or cooled bottled water, rather than having to drink from the sink. The room and decor seemed tired and worn out and didn't have the spark or elegance we had hoped would match the signficance and importance of a 25th anniversary celebration. The old stained and broken ceiling tiles look bad. Before using the hot tub we noticed dirt and hairs in the tub which was lousy, The old nasty looking plunger by the toilet matched the tired theme. The wicker chair at the end of the bed is nice but we had to move it over so we could see the tv screen. We couldn't find a plug-in near the head of the bed (for my c-pap machine), so we had to sleep with our heads at the foot of the bed, to use the only plug available. Breakfast was very good, although the fruit bowl was pick over nearly empty, it was difficult to get to the hot items (cobbler, quiche) with no where to put the cover. A roll up lid would be much easier. overall, a C- experience.
5 on May 03, 2014
My husband and I had a great stay at Armstrong Mansion. Jeannie who works at the mansion was so accommodating to us. Our flight was delayed and she opened the door for us even though it was very late. The breakfast served the next morning was delicious! I loved the homemade granola and the french toast. I highly recommend Armstrong mansion. It is a very well maintained and staying there is like stepping into a time capsule.
4.8 on April 28, 2014
we really enjoyed our stay at the Armstrong Mansion! The hand-carved woodwork, the intricate ceiling ornamentation and the stained glass were the most impressive features to us. Breakfast was wonderful!
1.6 on February 21, 2014
This was nothing like how it was advertised online. We arrived hoping to have a wonderful honeymoon experience. We upgraded to the nicest room which is June Bride room. It was old, and warn down. Shower was dirty and shower heads hardly had water pressure. Tub had a large hole in the top edge which I hurt myself on. The room was freezing and we were told the only way to warm our room was to leave our door open. Who wants to leave their bedroom door open? That's insane. The breakfast was pretty good but we had to commit to a time the night before which was weird. Overall, it was an experience and a story my husband and I will tell over and over again but it was a different story than I had anticipated. We came home and told everyone we stayed the night in a old Colonial Haunted House. The kids thought that was awesome! While it was not what we expected, it was a memory I will never forget and for that I am grateful.
Airport, City, Countryside, Downtown, Mountains
Salt Lake City, UT (SLC) 20 miles
COMING FROM THE AIRPORT - Travel east towards Salt Lake get off on 600 South traveling east continue to 700 East Turn north or left turn left going north Continue north, notice the Armstrong Mansion on the northwest corner of 100 South and 700 East. However, you will need to continue north to the end of the block to South Temple Street due to the island in the road. Make a U-Turn at South Temple Street to come back to the Mansion Parking Lot. We'll have the cookies waiting!
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Ski area, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Conference Rooms, Copier, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Radio, Videos, Wedding Facilities , Sparkling Cider purchase only, coffee,tea,and hot chocolate, will order flowers, fresh baked cookies, gormet buffet breakfast
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV
All You Can Eat "Gourmet Buffet Breakfast"
Armstrong Mansion Peach Cobbler 2 cans of 15 oz. Peaches with light syrup 1 cube of butter 1 yellow cake mix Spray surface of 9 x 13 baking pan and empty peaches into bottom of pan. Pour out cake mix to cover peaches. Melt butter and drizzle on top of cake mix. Bake for 35-40 minutes at 350 degrees or until brown. ENJOY!