Getting to Salt Lake City
The Salt Lake International Airport serves as a major hub for Delta Airlines. It is also served by US carriers Alaska, American, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, United, and US Airways, as well as their affiliates in two terminals. International carriers that operate at Salt Lake International include Aeromexico, Aer Lingus, Air Canada, Air France, British Airways, Finnair, Iberia, KLM, Lufthansa, and SAS.
By Rail or Bus
Local visitors may consider the commuter light rail system, FrontRunner, which provides easy access into Salt Lake from points as far south as Provo and as far north as Ogden. Amtrak's California Zephyr serves Salt Lake City from the San Francisco Bay area in the west and from Chicago, Illinois to the east.
Unless you plan to take a drive up the canyon or take a sightseeing trip outside of Salt Lake, you probably don't need a rental vehicle. Everything you need is within a short walking distance, or easily accessible by lightrail. However, if you are arriving by car, the Hilton website includes driving directions.
Getting to the Hilton Hotel
The Salt Lake International Airport is just minutes away from downtown.
The Hilton SLC Downtown is accessible via taxi, airport shuttle, Uber, Lyft, bus, and TRAX, the local lightrail system (one block walk). Complete information may be found on the Salt Lake International Airport Transportation page.
Additionally, Express Shuttle Utah provides service to any downtown hotel, including the Hilton. Reservations are recommended at least 24 hours in advance and may be made online or by calling their 24-hour reservation line, 800-397-0773.
Additional information will be available in SLIG syllabus materials. If you wish additional information prior to your arrival, please visit the Visit Salt Lake site.