Explore Utah Valley

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Hotels37
Convention Center7,765 sq. m
Guest Rooms3,271
Guest Rooms at 1 Hotel330 Guest Rooms
Special Event Venues40
Average Room Rate$81.00
Restaurants600
Daily Food Cost$51.00
Occupancy Rate
Tax Rate12.5%

Explore Utah Valley

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Why Choose Our Destination?

Utah Valley is a great place to hold your meeting and will provide an exceptional experience. Utah Valley offers a new five-story, glass exterior state-of-the-art Convention Center, 3,000 affordable hotel rooms, shopping malls and centers, with year round mountain recreation. Breath taking attractions such as Robert Redford's Sundance Resort are just short drives away from the Convention Center. Surrounding the Convention Center are a variety of restaurants with international flavors, bars open seven days a week, art galleries, a performing arts venue and an assortment of shopping venues within walking distance. Few places in the world have the majesty, beauty and convenience of Sundance, which fosters an abundance of activities with acclaimed restaurants. or consider exploring the largest dinosaur museum in the world, golfing on the number one rated golf course in the state, or enjoy over 55 acres of lush gardens at Thanksgiving Point. Utah Valley is just 45 minutes south of the Salt Lake International Airport and only a few minutes from the Provo Airport. Whether you explore our magnificent mountains or simply enjoy the amazing views, attend a unique festival, or take in the rich history and artistic expression of our museums, Utah Valley offers matchless memories for your attendees.

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Distance from Airport

  • Salt Lake City International Airport

    72.42 km from City Center

  • Provo Municipal Airport

    6.44 km from City Center

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Local Attractions

Utah Valley Festivals

Recreation
Utah Valley is bustling with events. Join us for the Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival, America's Freedom Festival, the Bluebird Cafe Concert Series, and the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival. Utah Valley is perfect for celebrations and gatherings, because Utah Valley is the place that brings everyone together.

The Madison Nightclub

Nightlife
The Madison is a 4 level club with two stages, a full service restaurant, two dance floors, and a mechanical bull. The first floor is a top 40's dance club, the third floor is a country bar with live music.
295 West Center Street
Provo, UT, US 84601

Hang Gliding and Paragliding

Recreation
Hang Gliding and Paragliding has become one of the fastest growing adventure sports in Utah. It is so popular, the state designated the famed site “The Point” as a Flight Park State Recreation Area. Commuters experience various hang gliders taking flight off I-15. The Point, however, is not the only launching site. In Utah County alone, there are three additional sites.
UT, US

Timpanogos Cave National Monument

Recreation
Explore an underground world that would naturally go unseen. Get a taste for the thrill of caving as you twist and bend around formations to enter decorated rooms. Learn the science behind formations and colors once thought of as mysterious. Leave some room for discovery too- not everything about caves is completely understood.
HWY 92 (American Fork Canyon)
American Fork, UT, US 84003

Seven Peaks Waterpark

Recreation
Come enjoy 16 waterslides, a 400,000 gallon Wave Pool, kids swimming areas and slides, group pavilions & cabanas, a gaint Half Pipe tube ride, 100-foot Free Fall drops slides, and a quarter-mile Lazy River!
1330 East 300 North
Provo, UT, US 84606

Bonneville School of Sailing

Recreation
4 mi. away
Savor the peace and tranquility of a "Sunset Sail" (with dessert) or join us for a delicious "Lunch on the Lake" catered by Kneaders Bakery. With Mount Timpanogos in the background and the abundant wildlife that frequents this remnant of ancient Lake Bonneville, your sailing adventure promises to be a memorable experience.
4440 West Center Street
Provo, UT, US 84601

Camp Floyd/Stagecoach Inn State Park

Historical Landmark
A restored inn that served as an overnight stop for the historic overland stage and Pony Express. The museum also has relics from a former army outpost and other historic exhibits. History: Camp Floyd was an Army outpost quartering the largest troop concentration in the United States from 1858 to 1861. Troops were sent there to put down the "Mormon rebellion," after rumors that Mormons in Utah were rebelling against the US government. No military action was needed but the troops stayed to monitor the Mormons, explore the Western Frontier and provide safety for immigrants moving west to California, Oregon, and Washington.
18035 West 1540 North
Fairfield, UT, US 84013

Utah Valley Golf

Recreation
There are 11 public golf courses to choose from when you play in Utah Valley. These include the nationally-ranked Thanksgiving Point golf course, it is the largest golf course in the state and was ranked among the top ten new courses in the country by Golf digest.