This hotel was great for the price we paid. Very inexpensive, with everything you need. Restaurants... See full review
Mar 10, 2015
Great Value--Clean & Comfortable
Mostly very good. Clean, quiet, easy access to the freeway, near restaurants, and near gas... See full review
Feb 3, 2013
Knights Inn St. George North features 40 clean comfortable rooms, overlooking the city of St. George. Easy access from I-15 at Exit 8, and adjacent to full service restaurants. Close to all that St. George has to offer.
Dixie College, Dixie Convention Center, and Mall less than 5 minutes away.
This picturesque community nestled in the corner of Utahs Color Country is a visitors paradise. As a visitor to St. George, you may wish to play gold on one of Dixies seven excellent golf courses or play tennis on one of the many courts available throughout the city. Make St. George your gateway to Zion National Park, only 45 minutes East of St. George, or head off to Bryce Canyon National Park, or Snow Canyon. The possibilities are endless in this truly magnificent part of Utah.
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This hotel was great for the price we paid. Very inexpensive, with everything you need. Restaurants within walking distance. It's also well within driving distance to Zion National Park and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Wasn't the greatest room in the world but I just needed a place to crash for a bit. Room seemed clean but i was literally there less than 10 hours. The pool looked good and I would have used it if I had stayed longer. Microwave worked well and the
fridge was cold. The office reeked of curry and the breakfast was looking pathetic but there is Denny's in the parking lot. Overall not a bad place to sleep a bit with easy freeway access.
Mostly very good. Clean, quiet, easy access to the freeway, near restaurants, and near gas stations. Only one tiny complaint, in that my key "cards" didn't work on the second night, so I had to go to the office to have them recoded.
Hotel is very outdated. All the counters were old and had holes or were peeling. TV was very old and couldn't see the picture clear at all.
The bathroom was very dirty. Yellow stains on the door, and walls. The ceiling had spots that I don't even
want to think what they were. Even the ice bucket was sticky and had some stains on it.
The whole time I was there I felt like I was in a hotel scene from a low budget Woody Harrelson movie.
It is tough to find rooms in St. George the weekend of the marathon. I found one on the cheap ($50+tax) at the Knight's Inn near the intersection of St. George Blvd. and 1000E (next to Motel 6; *not* the Bluff St. location). It's very similar in
amenities to Motel 6 (i.e. not many), or maybe a half-notch better, and it was clean and quiet. Small place. There's a pool but I didn't use it. Asked for a late check-out, which was granted (unusual in my experience in this town).