Salt Lake City is the perfect place to take a staycation. With so much options for great entertainment, fabulous food, and beautiful sights, it can be hard to choose what to do. If you’re looking to make an anniversary, in-town honeymoon, or special occasion an unforgettable event, why not opt for a movie followed by a magical stay at a gorgeous bed and breakfast? If this is up your alley, consider enjoying your staycation by taking in a movie at one of Salt Lake City’s deluxe theaters and booking a night at the Anniversary Inn’s Treasure Island Suite. Continue reading
With all this summer heat, we need an excuse to cool off – so, why not escape the summer heat at Anniversary Inn?! With our “Christmas in July” event, you’ll have every excuse to come visit.
Christmas in July is a charity event that will take place on Wednesday, July 15th from 5-8 pm at our Logan location. All donations will go to the Family Place – a child and family support center. Specifically, the Family Place is in need of items such as toys for young children, snacks, and office supplies. This event presents a great way to give at a time of year when we so often forget.
At the event, we will have free hot dogs, sodas, cotton candy, snow cones, and balloons. We’re even bringing a balloon artist and face painter. There will also be drawings for free night stays and tours of all the suites.
If you are looking to book a night at Anniversary Inn for a discount, now is your chance. In addition to the drawings for free night stays, any attendees who make a reservation during the event (or anytime during the day) can do so at a rate of $159/night. Those who donate will receive the reduced rate of $149/night. (reservations must be made for dates ranging between July 15, 2015 – July 15, 2016)
Best of all, if you make a reservation to stay at the Logan Anniversary Inn after 9:00 pm the night of July 15th, you can stay for just $99!!! What a deal! Remember, you must call to receive special (435-752-3443).
This is just our way of giving back to the community and connecting with our guests. We hope to see you there!
Neither had I, until my sister married her sweetheart just a few weeks ago.
Wanting to stay in line with tradition, my sister’s fiance didn’t want to see her in her wedding dress until the day they were married. Then, they realized that the “First Look” moment – the moment in which a groom see’s his bride in her dress for the first time – was so precious and so fleeting, they wanted to capture it on film.
A few days before the wedding, my sister and her fiance drove to the Utah State Capitol building where Elsa Jensen (a dear friend) could capture their moment on film. Here it is.
I must say, it is a treasure. Their “First Look” moment is intimate and tender. I know they will watch it over and over again. I’ve watched it myself a dozen times now!
Have you ever considered creating a “First Look” video? If this kind of a keepsake is up your alley, contact Elsa Jensen, she did a magnificent job!
If you have any other novel ideas like this one, email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to highlight them here on the blog.
2014 was a great year at Anniversary Inn. Here on the blog, I explored our different suites while also providing you, our reader, with suggestions on how to further explore Logan, Boise, and Salt Lake City. Whether you are celebrating your anniversary, trying to plan a staycation weekend, or just enjoy reading proposal stories, II hope this blog has been a resource for you.
As we start the new year, I’d like to welcome suggestions from you! What do you want to read about? Which areas of anniversary and staycation planning would you like to see further discussed? If you have ideas or suggestions or would like your proposal story published here, please email me at email@example.com. Remember, those who submit their proposal story are eligible for a drawing for a free night’s stay at any one of our Anniversary Inn locations.
The temperatures have cooled and the lights are up; it’s officially Christmastime! The holiday season is my favorite part of the year, especially in a place like Salt Lake City where the city provides you with countless ways to celebrate Christmas. Traveling during the holidays is hectic and stressful. Why not plan a staycation right here in Salt lake City to make the holiday season special? And you don’t even have to take a flight! (for definition of “staycation” see here)
A favorite pastime of mine (and of about a million other locals and visitors) is visiting the lights at Temple Square downtown (click here for the 2014 lights and concert series). Located at the center of the city (literally), Temple Square is great place to visit year round, but during the holidays, it is a real sight to behold. Trees are strewn with lights, candles float atop the reflecting pond, and lights flicker in beautiful decorated paper bags that align the walk ways. In the true Christmas spirit, Temple Square also hosts multiple nativity scenes. Some are traditional and others feature characters from different cultures (Asia, Africa, Pacific Islands, etc.). The entire square is a Christmas spectacle. Visiting Temple Square during Christmastime feels special, like you are visiting another city – the perfect staycation activity.
After visiting “the lights” (as locals call them), reserve a night at the Anniversary Inn on South Temple, just a short distance from Temple Square. During this season, I recommend the Hay Loft Suite. This suite is the definition of cozy. Soak in a tub made for two and relax any holiday stress away. Then, snuggle close to your sweetheart under a pitched roof and enjoy a glass of sparkling apple cider while watching your favorite Christmas classic on the big screen. As always, the stay includes cheesecake and breakfast.
What an incredibly romantic and special evening, and you didn’t even need to leave home! Call Anniversary Inn and book your staycation today!
Congratulations to Katie and Brody Wolfe! The first couple to be married at Anniversary Inn. We are thrilled that you chose us to host this most important event.
Here are a few photos of the special day.