place should be a model for hostels from coast to coast. After staying in many
hostels in recent years, I find that this one here in SLC is about as close as
possible to "PERFECT." -
Kevin Salyer (Traveler from USA) >>
a gem!...I marvel that people will spend 5-10 times more for a sterile motel room
with none of the conviviality and personality of a place like Camelot. If Salt
Lake's on your itinerary...you won't do better."
- Jim Keller (Tenant from USA) >>
of the better hostels I've been to, but at half the price!" - James
Saunderson (Traveler from Australia) >>
you are a professional do not hesitate to stay at CAMELOT HOUSE in Salt Lake
City. When there I found the house occupants to consist of lawyers, professors,
graduate students, business persons, and international travelers...It is an excellent
facility for the bargain rates." - Gerald Baker (Lawyer) >>
must say you did a phenomenal job of providing an outstanding atmosphere and a
great clientele...I made many fast friends during my stay at Camelot, friends
I will have and cherish for years to come...Truth be told, I could talk for hours
about the wonders of this place, and never truly do it justice." - Matthew
Deane (Tenant from New York) >>
again for providing the unique environment of Camelot, which is more than just
a place to stay. I've met a number of people who've become real friends and many
others who are just interesting folks my life has been enriched by meeting"
- Jim Keller (Tenant from USA) >>
was in Salt Lake City for a collaboration with the University of Utah (I'm a PostDoc
in Computer Science), and I found Camelot to be the right place for me: good price...
good location...good cleanness and great people as roommates ...I definitely recommend
it." - Igor Melatti (PostDoc in Computer Science from Italy) >>
recently had the pleasure of spending time at the Camelot rooming house in Salt
Lake City, I was working on a project for Sarcos a medical and robots research
group at the Univ of Utah...The idea of spending months in a hotel just wasn't
what I wanted...Knowing I was going to be near the Univ I thought I would just
give it a try...So I moved in and I have to say it turned out better than I had
hoped. The people were friendly the location could not have been better...It's
the kind of place your mother would approve of..."
- Thomas R. Tilton (Engineer/professor) >>
definitely recommend it to anyone who needs a place to stay and can't afford staying
in a motel...The staff is very kind and courteous and it's great that there is
a kitchen because we got to cook homemade meals away from home." - Adrian
Meyers (Traveler from USA) >>
is really a cool hostel, the new creative check-in system
is just like playing a treasure finding game! I think
this place is even more than a hostel. It also trains
you to self-discipline and resolve the problems independently.
It is in a very convenient location and has complete
equipment, including kitchen, laundry, WiFi and bicycle...
you just can't miss such a cool place and a self test!
-Jacob Hsu, Taichung, Taiwan
"I really enjoyed my stay, thank you. I appreciated
your check-in process... Everything with the check-in
went very smoothly, including using the computer, finding
my room, and getting the key for my room, from the safe.
I also found the simple and straightforward environment
safe, friendly, and clean. Thank you for clean bathroom,
kitchen, common space, and private room!" -Joel
"It was wonderful to be able to check in within
minutes. The room and bathroom were very clean. They
had a fantastic kitchen with a microwave, coffeemaker,
refrigerator, laundry. So if I wanted to, I could have
had breakfast there. And, it was 2 minutes walking from
a TRAX station. I took the TRAX everywhere."
- Gauri Wable, India
"I liked the ease and convenience of the unique
"DIY" check-in and "invisible" personnel
(who were always reachable by phone when needed). It
felt more like a private apartment rather than a hotel.
I will definitely stay here again when in town." Andrew Young
Camelot had many great amenities. I liked the freedom
the hosts gave me as it was a self check-in and self
check-out system. All one has to do is follow all the
explicit directions for linen, and the checking-in and
check-out procedures. I was very happy with my stay!"
- Helen Jentzen, USA
night rate: $430/21
you book a private furnished room for 21 nights. Weekly
you book a private room (not for dorm beds) and pay
for seven nights at once. More
Daily rates: To get the most updated prices, click below
on the book now button. Rooms are subject to availability.
Book your bed before you go...
only offer a $430 promotional
price when we have lots of vacant rooms to
fill up. Subject to approval.
downtown location: Close to Salt Lake City's
major attractions and to all the ski resorts.
(light rail) within walking distance (1-min walk); One
block from the free
Coin laundry and free dryer
access to the freeway (1-min drive)
with fewer people (two or four beds)
in newly revitalized neighborhood
guests with credit card or $50 deposit (more select clientele)
new rooms (with latest technology)
plates, cups, forks, etc. (more sanitary)
self-check-in (for online bookings only)
Description: 24-hour self-check-in and one of the
best locations for travelers. You can check in at your
convenience without waking up anyone in the middle of
the night. Camelot Inn & Hostel is located two traffic
lights from the freeway entrance (at 900 South).
Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, Diners
Club International, and USA debit cards accepted.
Children are welcome as long as always accompanied
by an adult when in the common areas. Fully furnished
corporate housing rentals-just bring your suitcase.
Camelot Inn & Hostel is located in downtown
Salt Lake City and only 1 minute walk to TRAX (train
station) 9 miles (14.6 km) from the airport ($14 taxi
fare), 0.2 miles (0.4 km) from I-15 freeway, 0.4 miles
(0.6 km) from bus #22 (every 15 minutes), 1.4 miles
(2.3 km) from Temple Square (Mormon Temple), 1.1 miles
(1.8 km) from Salt Palace Convention Center, 1.3 miles
(2.2 km) from Greyhound bus station, 1.3 miles (2.1
km) from Amtrak (railroad station), and 4.6 miles (7.5
km) from University of Utah (U of U).
The building is new, fully automated, and modern
with state of the art technology (come see for yourself).
The owner prefers to invest in the property instead
of just taking money out of it. The building is warm;
it uses radiant heating and has new double-pane
Camelot Inn & Hostel offers budget accommodation in
a unique and home-like atmosphere. No curfew, chores,
safe - the doors are always locked; you can only
get into the building with a keyless entry code.
This is not a youth hostel; 18 years and over are welcome.
The property is close to all the city's major
tourist attractions and all the ski resorts (please
see chart below). There are many restaurants, supermarkets,
and coffee shops in the surrounding area. Free use
of linen and blankets with any booking. For the
convenience of all guests there are computers with free
Internet access, cable TV, telephone with free local
calls, private parking, keyless entry, washer and free
dryer, refrigerator, and microwave. Bicycle rental
$5 (no deposit required).
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