Ben Lomond Suites Historic Hotel Ogden, Utah - Ogden, Utah, UT 84401, United States
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1st Place for Hotels in Ogden in 2015

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Ben Lomond Suites Historic Hotel won 1st Place for Hotels in Ogden in the Standard-Examiner's 2015 Readers' Favorites Awards. Thank you to all our guests and fans who voted for us for this award.

TripAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence Hall of Frame

  • TripAdvisor Five Time Winner of the Certificate of Excellence

Congratulations to Ben Lomond Suites Historic Hotel, an Ascend Collection Hotel!

FIVE-TIME WINNER OF THE CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE

On behalf of all of us at TripAdvisor, I'm very pleased to welcome Ben Lomond Suites Historic Hotel, an Ascend Collection Hotel to the Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame. This unique accolade is granted only to those businesses that have won the Certificate of Excellence for five years in a row.

The Certificate of Excellence can be earned only by receiving consistently great reviews on the world's largest travel site.

Ben Lomond Suite received the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.

Ascend Hotel Collection Outstanding Guest Service Award

Ben Lomond Suites Historic Hotel won the Ascend Hotel Collection Outstanding Guest Service Award in December of 2012.

Ben Lomond Suites Historic Hotel Ogden, Utah
2510 Washington Boulevard
Ogden, Utah, UT 84401, United States
Call: 801-627-1900

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The Ben Lomond Hotel, formerly The Bigelow Hotel, and was constructed in 1927. The building is located on the southeast corner of Washington Boulevard and Historic 25th Street in Ogden, Utah. The hotel achieved, and has held, the distinction of being the largest hotel in the city of Ogden from the time of its construction and it is considered one of three "grand hotels" in Utah. Architecturally the hotel is a fine example of the Italian Renaissance Revival style, common in the 1920s, but unusual for Utah. The building stands as a prime example of the growth and economic development in Ogden during the 1920s.