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.
4.0 on March 26, 2015
We really enjoyed our 2 nite getaway to celebrate 20 years of marriage.
4.0 on February 11, 2015
My husband and I celebrated our 25th anniversary by staying Sunday night and then visiting local antique shops all day Monday. We ate breakfast at 9am and opted for a late check out. Our hostess was knowledgeable about the home, history, and a genuine asset to our stay. It seemed like the mansion was all ours! We loved February Interlude. The room, decor, hostess, & setting made this truely a memorable stay. Remember this is a B&B.. we brought bottled water, some snacks, and a bottle of sparkling cider. It was perfect.
4.0 on January 05, 2015
We were thrilled to stay at Armstrong Mansion. The service was friendly and prompt, the breakfast was delicious, and the mansion is gorgeous. We stayed in the February room, and we loved it. Comfy bed, big jacuzzi, cable TV. We loved it and plan to return!
5 on November 15, 2014
We stayed in the "February" room and were thoroughly delighted with our stay. The entire mansion is very quaint. Although it is quite old, it has been very well maintained and shows a detail of craftsmanship that is all but lost in today's construction. Everywhere you look there is evidence of very ornate woodworking. Our room was wonderful. It has a wrought iron stairway that leads to a hot tub situated atop the mansion, with small windows that peak out to the surrounding area--don't worry, there are sheers on the windows and you are so high up that your privacy is perfectly maintained. Also, there is ample hot water to fill the hot tub. I've stayed at places where there is a beautiful hot tub, but you can only fill it half-way before running out of hot water. The bed was very comfortable and the room was well-heated, so despite the mansion's age, you stay warm and very comfortable. The breakfast was excellent as well. They described the main dish as a ham quiche, but it did not have an outer crust--telltale of a true quiche. It was more of a breakfast casserole, with eggs, ham, onions, potatoes, etc. Despite not really being a quiche, it was very well prepared and we both went back for seconds. The meal also included fresh fruit, fresh-baked apple cobbler, a selection of oatmeal, yogurt and cereals, etc. Overall, it was a delightful stay, and we will very likely return.
3.2 on September 05, 2014
Enjoyed the history and ambience of the mansion. The jetted tub in the Christmas room didn't work, which was a pretty big disappointment. The DVD remote also didn't work. Glad to get away for the weekend and reconnect with my spouse.
4.6 on September 01, 2014
This stay exceeded our expectations! We stayed in September Woods, the reviews I read were so so, but we loved every minute. It's tucked away in the basement and we felt like we had our own little private hotel! Extremely quiet and quaint. The hospitality was so sweet and nice, felt like we were out of town but we were only 20 min away from our home :)
4.4 on August 31, 2014
We stayed in the December room and it was great. Big space, clean, loved the atmosphere and ceiling. We enjoyed our stay very much.
3.8 on August 04, 2014
We first stayed in one of the suites in the cottage for our honeymoon. We stayed two days and it was wonderful. We returned 4 years later and stayed in the August room which has the biggest tub I've ever seen in the upstairs bathroom. Breakfast is very good.
5 on August 01, 2014
What joy! The appointments are luxurious and for my stay I was the lady of the manor! I stepped back in time and was cradled with decor that delighted my senses everywhere I looked. The beds are comfy and well dressed, wide screen tv's, jetted soaker tubs and a sumptuous breakfast. Did I forget to mention the heaping bowls of saltwater taffy? I can't thank you enough and recommend the Armstrong above any other establishment!
3.2 on July 13, 2014
My husband and I were celebrating our 8yr anniversary! We loved our first stay 8yrs ago in the February room! This time we stayed in the August room. The people working were exreamly nice. How ever I was disapointed in the quality of bed that was in the room. It leaned to one side making the night very uncomfortable. Also I was disappointed in the quality of pillows in the room. It was the $5 striped pillows from wal-mart. Dirty under the bed. I loved the breakfast it was as amazing as I remembered it.
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.
Airport, City, Countryside, Downtown, Mountains
Salt Lake City, UT (SLC) 20 miles
COMING FROM THE SOUTH off I-15 Take exit 600 South Travel east to 700 East, 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. Our parking lot is on the north of the building. We will be waiting! 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, Desk, Fireplace, Radio, Videos, Wedding Facilities, Wired internet , 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!