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May 23, 2009
Men's 50
1 posts
Salt Lake City
Hey, I was wondering about accomidations in Salt Lake?? Does anyone have any suggestions as where to stay and where it is the closset to the ball parks?
Thank You,
May 24, 2009
197 posts
Suggestion. Call for rooms yourself. You'll save a lot of money. Until using SSUSA's co. for "special tourn. rates" results in REALLY getting a special money saving rate, you'll be spending more. using this "service"
May 24, 2009
Men's 60
74 posts
DON'T stay at "Days Inn". We stayed there last year and it wan a dump.
Two couples left and went somewhere else.

Check out Condos at Park City. Very reasonable. We went up there (30 min drive)on day we had late games and had a blast. Beautiful scenery. Next time we will stay there.
May 24, 2009
Men's 50
38 posts
goo1956 I live between the Valley Complex and the Cottonwood Complex, which are two of the four complex's they will be using. There is a Hampton Inn right up the street from me that is only a couple years old. Looks like a nice place. Address is 606 West 4500 South Ph. 1-801-293-1300 it is right off I15 freeway on 4500 South. Hope this helps!

May 24, 2009
Men's 50
38 posts
Sorry goo I forgot to tell that you would be about 15 minutes away from the Valley or Cottonwood complex, from the Hampton Inn. The other complex's would be about 25 min.

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