There's much to like about this hotel and there is so much potential; unfortunately, it seems to have gone unnoticed by the hotel owners. The stand-alone event tent, erected within spitting distance of a large segment of rooms, has doors that would not latch shut, thus the whole evening was listening to doors blow open and shut, open and shut. The pool area was unique with it's indoor/outdoor aspect (having to swim under clear polypropene strips that separate the indoor portion from the outdoor portion. The restaurant was closed due to a change in hotel ownership; I do not understand these reviews calling the hotel "new." We were readily told it was a change of ownership that resulted in the restaurant closure; even the hotel in general is obviously not a new hotel. It may not be run-down, but it most definitely is not new. If you plan on just chillin' around the hotel for a day or so, parking can be an issue, because of the participants in the events taking place in that stand-alone event tent.
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- Holiday Inn St. George, Utah