Starbucks: For those that just want to wake up with something they know, the nearest Starbucks is over a block away, North of the hotel. That Northwest area of the map is a mall named City Creak, if you need to run to an Apple store or similar.
Harmons: This is an upscale supermarket if you need some exotic energy drink to start your day.
From Scratch: A nicer burger and pizza place that makes things from scratch.
Beer Bar: I suspect this is where most of us will be outside of the conference. Great beer and liquor selection along with brats and other sausages for bar food.
Whiskey Street: Whiskey street is located in the middle of a number of bars, so for those that want to experience the SLC nightlife (although there won't be much on a Monday night), this is the area.
Quarters: An underground arcade bar that also has pinball and skeeball.
Sights to see
A few blocks North of the conference hotel, for a longer walk, is a park named Memory Grove where you'll get to see dogs and can decompress.
The trails behind Memory Grove extend for hundreds of miles so if you're feeling adventurous you can run all the way up to Idaho along the trail system, but a more reasonable route would be to head uphill to the Utah State Capitol Building, and you can continue from there to Ensign Peak. Getting a ride to the Ensign Peak trail head and hiking up that (less than a mile total out and back) is great way see the city and get some exercise. The trailhead is only about a mile from the hotel, but is at a much higher elevation, so catching a ride is appropriate unless you want to climb 1,000 ft of vert.