Built in Fillmore, Utah 1872
Replicated in 1996
The original Huntsman Hotel, built by Gabriel and Eunice Huntsman, provided comfort, relief, and refreshment to hundreds of weary travelers in its 24 rooms, full-length porches, fine dining room, and barbershop. It was one of the territory's largest and most luxurious hotels and used by many dignitaries. This reconstruction is smaller than the original, having fewer rooms and less square footage.
Did you know?
President Brigham Young, Wilford Woodruff, Lorenzo Snow, and many other church dignitaries stayed at the Huntsman Hotel on their way to southern Utah.