Sequoia Development brought the first Hyatt hotel to the state of Utah. The Hyatt House Salt Lake City/Sandy was also the prototype for the Hyatt House brand world-wide. This hotel earned Sequoia Development a nomination by Hyatt as “Developer of the Year” for the Alis Award in 2008. In 2012, our Hyatt House won the prestigious “Hyatt Hotel of the Year” award. Since then, we’ve added the Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Cottonwood and the Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi. In 2017, we opened the Marriott SpringHill Suites in South Jordan, Utah. Sequoia Development excels in bringing your hospitality project all the way through your ribbon cutting ceremony.
Opened June 2017
The Marriott SpringHill Suites Salt Lake City/South Jordan is the first hotel in the South Jordan area. Whether you are visiting the area on business or as part of a group, traveling to attend a wedding, or visiting the Oquirrh Mountain LDS Temple, our hotel is the perfect choice…
Opened November 2015
Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi is located in Lehi, Utah – the center of Silicon Slopes. Our hotel is the newest generation of Hyatt Place and the only hotel on the East side of 1-15 in the area. From the hotel’s outdoor pool, patio, and fire place terrace, you will enjoy panoramic views of Utah Valley. Hyatt Place is just across the street from The Outlets at Traverse Mountain and minutes away from shopping, dining, office parks and Thanksgiving Point.
Opened July 2013
Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Cottonwood is located at the base of Big Cottonwood Canyon. Utah’s greatest snow on earth is minutes away at Snowbird, Alta, Brighton, and Solitude ski resorts. The Hyatt Place offers travelers convenient access to year-round outdoor activities in the Wasatch mountains, proximity to several golf courses and corporate centers, and easy access to downtown Salt Lake City.
Opened November 2008
Hyatt House Salt Lake City/Sandy is located in the heart of Sandy’s business district. Shopping, dining, and entertainment are right around the corner. Hyatt House offers easy access to downtown Salt Lake City, skiing, year-round activities in the Wasatch Mountains, and events across the Salt Lake Valley.