Ben Lomond Suites Historic Hotel Ogden, Utah - Ogden, Utah, UT 84401, United States
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If you are in Ogden, Utah for more than a couple days, experience the comforts of home by renting one of the hotel's spacious condos on the tenth or eleventh floor.

Each condo features a full kitchen, which includes a full size oven, stove, refrigerator /freezer, microwave, coffee maker, cupboards, sink and basic cooking equipment, so you do not have to eat out every night. (The basic cooking equipment is great for making spaghetti, mac & cheese, etc. You might want to bring stuff from home if you are planning on cooking like a gourmet.) The condos also include sitting rooms and dining areas. The hotel's beautiful condos are ideal accommodations for long business trips, ski vacations, extended & short visits and families visiting Ogden. The hotel's condos are on the 10th and 11th floors of the hotel so they have great views of the Historic Downtown Ogden area, the mountains, or the LDS Ogden Temple. Ben Lomond Suites' one bedroom condos are 512 square feet with galley style kitchens. Our two bedroom/two bath condos are at least 940 square feet.

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Hotel guests that are doing business with the IRS, Hill Air Force Base, the Forest Service or Weber State University will love the convenience of being just minutes away from work. Hotel guests will also enjoy having lodgings that are right in the heart of downtown Ogden so they can enjoy the city's night life and restaurants. Hotel guests can keep up with their exercise routine at the hotel's fitness center or for a small fee get a day pass for the Gold's Gym that is just three blocks from the hotel.

Please complete the "Extended Stays Inquiry" form or call (801) 627 – 1900 to book a one or two bedroom condo. The Ben Lomond Suites condos have a minimum stay requirement of at least 7 day for advance bookings. Stays of 3 to 6 nights may only be booked within 30 days of your stay. Book now as Ben Lomond Suites has a limited supply of condos and we fill up fast during the ski and summer seasons. Weekly and monthly rates are available.

Stays in the condos are not elegible for Choice Rewards Points.

Pets are not allowed in the extended stay condos.

Below are photos of the Ben Lomond Suites Historic Hotel condos by condo.


Two Bed/Two Bath Ogden Extended Stays Condo 1001

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Two Bedroom/Two Bath Condo 1002 Extended Stays In Ogden Utah

  • Ogden LDS Temple View from the hotel

Two Bedroom/Two Bath Condo 1003 Extended Stays in Ogden, UT

  • Ogden Extended Stay Condo 1003 at Ben Lomond Suites

Two Bedroom/Two Bath Extended Stay Condo 1005 in Ogden, Utah

  • Condo 1005 Extended Stays in Ogden

Two Bedroom/Two Bath Condo 1006 Long Term Stays in Ogden UT

  • View to the North from the top of the hotel

Two Bedroom/Two Bath Condo 1007 Short Term Stays in Ogden UT

  • 2nd Bedroom Long Term Stay Condo 1007

One Bedroom Condo 1004 Extended Stays in Ogden Utah

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One Bedroom Condo 1105 Perfect for Extended Stays in Ogden

  • Ogden Long Term Stay Condo 1105 at Ben Lomond Suites Historic Hotel

One Bedroom Condo 1106 is Great for Extended Stays in Ogden

  • Ogden LDS Temple View from the hotel

One Bedroom Long Term Stay Condo 1008 in Ogden, Utah

  • Bedroom Extended Stay Condo 1008 in Ogden, Utah Ben Lomond Suites Historic Hotel
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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.