Very nice rooms, very convenient to all in St George area, Comfortable, quiet (even though very close to major road (Bluff), and just off I-15. VERY inexpensive during the time of my visit, the week after Thanksgiving.
Very nice clean comfortable room, clean breakfast area with hot eggs, bacon or sausage country hashbrowns, all good, plus the usual waffles, cereal, yogurt, etc. very close to infrastructure, grocery store, fun Ace Hardware for toys, souvenirs, etc. and pretty close to Zion, St. George, Snow Canyon, ...
The first room had a broken shower, so I got a new room. That room had an adjoining door, so I got to hear a baby crying all night, so I got another room after that. The staff were very friendly and the breakfast was excellent. I would stay again despite the room changes.
New, modern hotel with great amenities for the price. Pool, gym, new big TVs in the rooms, DirecTV, fridge and microwave. Also has a very convenient bistro in the lobby with a good selection of food. A basic breakfast was included and it was good.
Having a kitchenette was a bonus. The room was ok.
The staff was great, very friendly and helpful. The 24 hour coffee was great, our room was clean and cozy, the bed was comfortable. Our stay was great, we would definitely stay here again.
Very clean would definitely stay again. Breakfast was amazing
The hotel and our rooms were clean and smels good. The staffs were very nice. Location from freeway and stores were great. Love the breakfast! We will difinitely come back.
St. George is a lovely city in Utah that was founded by Mormon pioneers. The area is geographically known for its rocky landscape formed from previous lava activity, the prominent Pine Mountains, and its proximity to the Mojave Desert. Anyone can find comfort in this area at inns and hotels in St. George such as the Seven Wives Inn, which offers bed and breakfast service, or somewhere more extravagant like the Coral Springs Resort.
St. George has many artistic sites and locations full of local talent, such as the St. George Art Museum and the St. George Opera House located at the Pioneer Center for the Arts. Many local restaurants also house gallery pieces from local artists as well.
Indulge yourself after your long tour of St. George at the Anasazi Steakhouse and Gallery with a juicy steak, or even at the Desert Dove Tea Room with cake in a glass.
Visit the St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson farm to experience a piece of history with well-preserved dinosaur footprints and tracks.
The Outlets at Zion hosts a wide variety of stores and shops where one can purchase clothing and souvenirs all in one place, and the Red Cliffs Mall offers not only clothing stores but refreshing restaurants and entertainment.
The Dixie Center in St. George can house up to 5,000 people and is used for conventions and meetings while providing superior service, high quality catering, and prestigious treatment in a formal setting.