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Conference Hotel

Grand & Little America Hotels • Salt Lake City, Utah

The 2020 STFM Annual Conference in Salt Lake City will offer two lodging options for attendees.  The conference will take place in two hotels—The Grand America Hotel and The Little America Hotel (same company. Guest room blocks are available in both hotels. The hotels are located across the street from one another. Room blocks are limited at each hotel, and rooms will be available on a space/request basis.

All past hotel reservations for the earlier May conference date were cancelled so be sure to reregister below.

The Grand America Hotel—$229 single/double (plus taxes)
555 Main Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84111
Hotel Phone: 801.258.6000 (to reach guests not for reservations)
Phone Reservations at 800.437.5288 (ask for the STFM/Society of Teachers of Family Medicine rate)

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The Little America Hotel—$209 single/double (plus taxes)
500 Main Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Hotel Phone: 801.596.5700 (to reach guests not for reservations)
Phone Reservations at 800.437.5288 (ask for the STFM/Society of Teachers of Family Medicine rate)

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Our Host City: Salt Lake City, Utah—A Vibrant World-Class City

Salt Lake is a vibrant, modern metropolis located in the center of the American west. The city of more than one million people rests in a valley at 4,330 feet. The majestic Wasatch Mountains surround the city and soar to a dramatic 11,000 feet. 

The walkable downtown convention district features 200+ restaurants, cafes, brewpubs, and bars. There are two large shopping malls, art and history museums, IMAX theater, planetarium, professional sports teams, theater, opera, ballet, and symphony. Historic Temple Square offers numerous admission-free cultural attractions, including the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. A fare-free light rail line runs through the compact convention district.

On the edge of the downtown convention district, Memory Grove Park and City Creek Canyon provide scenic walking and biking trails. Further out from downtown, you can experience all the great outdoors has to offer within 10-35 minutes: golfing, mountain biking, hiking in wilderness areas, skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, trail running, picnics, and tram rides that top out on 11,000-foot mountain peaks. Utah is one of the most accessible outdoor destinations in the world, encompassing 85,000 square miles of nature’s offerings, from the Rocky Mountains to the Southwestern desert. Twenty-one national parks and monuments and thirteen world-class ski resorts are all within a day’s drive of Salt Lake, making pre- or post-event vacation options easy.

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Travel Information

Airline Reservations
For assistance in making your airline reservations for the conference, call Reward House, Inc, at 877.353.6690 or 816.295.3131. You can also email your questions or travel preferences to for online assistance. Office hours are 8:30 am–5 pm (central time) Monday through Friday.

Ground Transportation
Various transportation options are available from Salt Lake International Airport to the hotels. The hotels do not provide shuttle service to/from airport. (The Grand America does not have hotel shuttle service available.)

  • Light Rail
    Salt Lake City does have a light rail system that operates roundtrip from the airport to downtown. The trains leave/arrive at the airport every 15 minutes; it is a 20-minute ride to “Courthouse” stop, which is ½ block from the hotel. One-way fare is $2.50.
  • Shuttle Service
    Express Shuttle is available with an average cost of $10, one-way.
    For more information or to make reservations, call 801.596.1600, ext. 1 (Group Code: STFM #45823). You can also make online reservations at, then select Make a Reservation, click Group Code Tab, select conferenceslc.
  • RideShare
    Uber service is available with an average cost of $15, one-way.
  • Taxi Service
    Taxi service is available with an average cost of $25, one-way.


If you have questions about the Annual Spring Conference, contact 800.274.7928 or email

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August 24-28 (rescheduled): STFM Annual Spring Conference

September 13-15: STFM Conference on Practice & Quality Improvement




March 27-May 31: Free Access to Residency Curriculum Resource for All Family Medicine Residency Programs

May 15: Application for the Family Medicine Assistant Editor Position Due

May 31-June 26: Application Period for STFM Foundation Student Scholarships

June 1: Applications Due for the H Winter Griffith Resident Award

June 1: Nominations Due for the FPM Award for Practice Improvement

June 16: Proposals Due for the Conference on Medical Student Education