Transportation at Alt SLC

By: Jenny Batt Photo by: Justin Hackworth

It's time to start thinking about transportation for Alt SLC. You will be responsible for finding your own transportation during Alt Summit. This includes to and from the airport, Wednesday night dinners and any adventures you choose to take. There is a taxi line at the airport that you can use to get to the hotel. For Wednesday night dinners please be sure to either arrange your transportation early or arrive downstairs at least 45 minutes early to make sure you will be able to get a cab in a timely manner. It is a very high demand evening for cabs and it is better to wander around early at your destination than be late for dinner. Please plan ahead accordingly and grab some friends to keep costs down. The Grand America Hotel has provided estimates for transportation costs from the Grand.  Please see below:

For all Metered cabs, please see concierge or Bell captain a least 45 minutes prior to discuss metered cab options.  These are rough estimates since they are metered cabs which do vary.  We would also be more than happy to arrange Private vans, SUVs or Mini coaches and I will list prices below as well.  For any private transportation, please see concierge or call (801) 258-6703.  Private transportation must be booked by 3:00PM the day of.

Metered Cabs Pricing:

Downtown runs (Valters, Settebello, Melting Pot, Faustina, Market Street Grill, Frida Bistro, Naked Fish, Café Niche, La Jolla Groves, Alamexo,  Cucina Toscana, Sapa, Tin Angel)

$8-$12 per cab


Surrounding Area ( Finca, The Paris, Sea Salt)

$18-$25 per cab


Lugano, Orson Gygi

$25-$35 per cab


Private Transportation Pricing:

Sedan (up to 3 People)

0-5 Miles $30

6-15 Miles $ $55


SUV (up to 6 people)

0-5 Miles $45

6-15 Miles $65


Van (up to 10 People)

0-5 Miles $65

6-15 Miles $90


Mini Coach (up to 27 passengers)

$120 per hour with a 4 hour minimum. ( must be booked at least 24 hours prior.)


We're looking forward to seeing you soon! Safe travels!

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