667 E 100 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84102-1103, USA    
 
 
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Circa 1893. A former Salt Lake City mayor built this Queen Anne-style home for his young bride. This beautiful mansion features the original carved-oak staircase and ornate woodwork. Guest rooms are decorated wit...


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Valentines Day stay

We totally enjoyed our stay. you have a wonderful staff. We had dinner reservation and asked for a taxi.The person at the front desk forgot to call the taxi, but when she realized we would miss our reservation she jumped up offered her services and drove us to the restaurant. Now, that is customer service! Breakfast was delicious.
Marti W
2/17/2010

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Excellent Service and Food

My wife and I stayed at the inn for 5 nights and had a wonderful stay. The entire staff was warm and friendly. The breakfasts were superb. Great place to stay in a great city! We will visit again.
Dave Haering
10/6/2009

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Victorian Charm

We first happened upon the Armstrong Mansion a few years ago while browsing the yellow pages. We were attracted by the fact that it was a Victorian home. Both of us being great fans of Victorian architecture and décor, we decided to give it a try. We were not disappointed. The Armstrong Mansion is a masterpiece, marvelously capturing the charm and elegance of the Victorian era in such things as the fine woodwork and crown embellishments that remain as detailed and beautiful as when the house was constructed. The furniture and decorations are similarly appealing, creating an atmosphere of romance and luxury sure to yield a weekend or evening to remember. The house has been updated to include every modern convenience, including central air, an elevator, TVs, DVD/VHS players in every room and jetted tubs to allow the weary traveler to soak in soothing comfort. Being a Bed and Breakfast, you will be treated to a delicious gourmet buffet in the dining room, a breakfast that sets the Mansion above the competition. The staff is extremely gracious and accommodating, and will go out of their way to make your stay the best it can be. We have stayed at the Armstrong Mansion numerous times and look forward to returning many times in the future. It is one of the hidden gems of Salt Lake City.
Dave Op't Hof
6/7/2009

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