June 22 – 25
Host Hotel: Little America Hotel
Centrally located in Salt Lake City’s business, historic, cultural and entertainment center, Little America’s fine décor and traditional ambience provide the perfect atmosphere for HLAA attendees. The hotel boasts superior service, accommodations, and amenities, including an indoor-outdoor pool, fitness center with hot tub and sauna, and complimentary in-room wi-fi. The 10-acre grounds are beautifully landscaped with fountains, flower gardens, and over 300 trees. The elegant décor and traditional ambience provide an atmosphere that’s just right for HLAA attendees.
Little America Hotel, 500 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
Decorated with luxuriant brocades and French Richelieu furniture, the Tower rooms have gorgeous views of downtown Salt Lake, while also providing guests with an elegant experience.
• $179 + tax for single/double
• Additional $15 per person for triple/quad
These rooms offer a comfortable, garden setting with views of the beautifully landscaped grounds. The garden room provides a peaceful and relaxing experience.
• $159 +tax for single/double
• Additional $15 per person for triple/quad
Reservations must be received by Tuesday, May 30.
Reference that you are with the HLAA2017 group.
• Visit http://bit.ly/LittleAmericaSL
• Call 1-800-437-5288
Note: Rooms found at a lower rate than those listed above are for the courtside rooms, which are motel style. These rooms are typically not recommended because of their size and distance from the main building. Please refer to the link above to reserve your rooms.
Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs)
If you have ALDs you can use during the Convention, please bring them with you. Although the hotel is very accommodating, there are many people to be serviced during this time.
Additional Hotel Block: Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown
Located at 215 West South Temple, this is next door to the Convention Center. If you are concerned about the distance between Little America and the Center, this may be the perfect alternative for you (though keep in mind the Friday and Saturday night events are at Little America).
Superior Room - $159 + tax for single/double
Reservations must be received by Wednesday, May 31.
- Visit http://bit.ly/RadissonSL
- Call 1-800- 967-9033
Note: HLAA does NOT use a third party hotel booking company. Please refer to the links above to make your hotel accommodations
Delta Air Lines Named Official Convention Carrier
Use Meeting Code NMPE4 when booking your travel to Salt Lake City online at delta.com/meetings, or when you call Delta Meeting Reservations at 800.328.1111. The discount of up to 10% (depending on whether you book First Class, Economy, etc.) will be applied to your fare.
From Airport to Hotels
Salt Lake City offers a variety of convenient and cost-effective transit options for visitors. For transportation from the Salt Lake International Airport to Little America and the Radisson, consider the following options.
Taxi Service/ Express Shuttle
There are numerous taxi services that provide transportation between the Salt Lake International Airport and the hotels. Here are a few options:
- Yellow Cab The distance between the airport and hotels is a short cab ride and might be more convenient for those with heavy luggage, etc. Yellow Cab charges by time/mileage, not per person. Visit their website for more details and booking information.
- Express Shuttle is a shared ride van that offers group discounts. More details about the shuttle and reservations are located on the website.
TRAX/Light Rail Service
This might be the best option, as it is the least expensive way to get from the airport to downtown SLC.
- One-way: $2.50 ($1.25 for seniors)
- Roundtrip: $5.00 ($2.50 for seniors)
- Day: $6.25
- Stop for Little America: Courthouse Station
- Stop for Convention Center & Radisson: Temple Square
For more information, visit www.rideuta.com
From Hotels to Salt Palace Convention Center
The Radisson is located next door to the convention center, but those who are staying at Little America can take the TRAX light rail for free (both locations are in the Free Fare Zone), which is just a 7-minute ride (handicap accessible). You may also choose to walk about .8 miles or take the shuttle provided by the Utah Division of Services to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (limited seating).