Salt Lake City, UT, USA

Salt Lake City, UT, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 4,929 vacation rentals near Salt Lake City. From 2,421 condos to 1,171 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Salt Lake City for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Soulful serenity in Salt Lake City

There's something serene about Salt Lake City and it's not just in the soaring temples to the Latter-day Saints. Maybe it's the setting, as this city is framed by the heart-melting beauty of the Wasatch Mountains? It could be the otherworldly shimmer of the Great Salt Lake, the largest salt lake on this side of the planet. Perhaps it’s the uplifting joys of biking, climbing, and skiing its natural wonders, or the inner peace found chilling in its parks. Book one of the many Salt Lake City vacation rentals on offer and you'll soon discover for yourself.

See Salt Lake City from inside and out

The Salt Lake City experience has two sides—what you can do in the city, and what you can do outside it. Start with the former, and take a guided tour of the city's religious and civic heritage. After delving into the city’s Mormon history, dive into its alternative scene around the University. It's outside the city that truly expands the mind, though. Summer sees climbers hitting the rocks and bikers sliding the trails. And with Utah snows known for their pure bliss, winter is the time to weave icy magic at the resorts of the Wasatch Mountains.

Salt Lake City—studded with attractions

Central SLC is all about the amazing architecture, with Salt Lake Temple a truly glorious pinnacle. Check out the Salt Lake City vacation rentals in the northeastern outskirts, and you'll be close to family-friendly attractions such as the Natural History Museum, Hogle Zoo, or the lushly landscaped Red Butte Garden. Trail monsters and powder fanatics will want to head into the Wasatch Mountains, for the adrenaline delights of Park City. You haven't really done SLC until you've drunk in the views, and scrunched salt crust underfoot, at the Great Salt Lake itself.

Salt Lake City wows winter and summer

There really isn't a time not to visit Utah's capital, weather-wise. But if you're coming for those sublime snows, then the November-April slot is when you'll be booking those Salt Lake City vacation rentals. In January, the snow cover reaches peak perfection. Spring is a brief rainy interlude, while summers here are hot but generally dry. A great time for outdoor enthusiasts is fall, as the Salt Lake City weather turns the dial back to mild. City-breakers will appreciate the uncrowded streets and lower rates of fall.

From lake and mountains to temple in Salt Lake City

The Utah capital certainly spoils visitors when it comes to the setting of their Salt Lake City lodgings. This city makes the most of its unique location, designed from the start to effortlessly span lakeside and mountains. On the western fringes lie the salt pans and creeks of the Great Salt Lake. The water here is salty enough that you can float with ease. To the east, the foothills and canyons of the Wasatch Mountains push fingers into the suburbs, before rearing into a dramatic snow-capped backdrop.