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Alta Club

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100 E South Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

(801) 322-1081

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Today: Open 24 Hours
135
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Founded in 1883 in Salt Lake City, Alta Club serves as a forum for business development and social interaction by offering club facilities and services for dining, social events and business meetings. The club has been providing services such as the Alta Club Salon and guest accommodations to members, their families and visitors for more than 120 years. It has a fitness center that provides cardiovascular and strength-training equipment, steam rooms, personal trainers and massage therapists. Alta Club also has a business center with modern computing facilities and private workrooms. The club caters for parties and large group events, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers services for special arrangements, including entertainment, floral decoration, balloons, bakery and audio and visual equipment.
BBB Rating
A+
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Hours

Regular Hours

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Primary Phone: (801) 355-0659

Phone: (801) 326-2081

Phone: (801) 355-0659

Fax: (801) 322-1083

Neighborhoods
Central City, Downtown Salt Lake City, Capitol Hill, Rio Grande
AKA

The Alta Club

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Categories
Social Service Organizations, Community Organizations

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Sprocket

12/11/2010

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Overall
Too quiet, slow, expensive...

Maybe because it was a weeknight, but my dining companion and I had the entire main floor dining area of this once-upon-a-time gentlemen-only private club to ourselves for much of the two hours it required to consume just salad and dessert. Holy cow it was quiet!! We could hear each footstep and creak as our server crossed the wood floor back and forth to attend to our every need. ""This century old building was not wired for music"" we were told. Our steak and half cobb salads were each prepared to perfection with delicious house dressing placed on the side. Desserts were described deliciously but in reality were a bit disappointing. We tried three just to be sure.

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