We stayed in a studio casita in Sept. which is shoulder season in St; George. The snowbirds start coming back in Oct and as such things are pretty quite which is good and bad.
Shoulder season is quiet around town and at the Inn so if you want to take any exercise classes they are comfortably attended and not crowded. The golf course is also very quiet but even when staying at the Inn you can not book tee times within the first two hours on any day. Those time are reserved for member, all 4 of them it seems. Shouldn't guests staying at the Inn be considered member during their stay?
Also, they re-seed in Sept. and to their credit they do discount the rates. No matter what condition the course is in the scenery is spectacular. The restaurant at the Inn (clubhouse) is also closed on S-W until Oct so be aware of that. We expected maybe one night a week closure but 4?
The Studio Casita is very well done with your own garage, kitchenette, fireplace, patio. No washer drier in the studios. Everything, including the window coverings is electric. All the lighting, fireplace, fan, and window shades are operated with a push of a button. Very cool. This is property is double the price of most St. George properties but given the location, and the solitude, it is worth it especially for multi-day visits. Especially true if you don't like highway properties.
Now for some nits. We never could figure out how to operate the in-room climate control and the room always felt too cold. The thermostat would sometimes say 67 and at other times 77. In the studio unit the air intake is in the same room as the bed and at night when the air would go in sounded like a hurricane. Very, very loud for this caliber of property. It you are not a heavy sleeper you will wake up through-out the night. This is too bad because the property is so dead quiet at night.
The bath towels tend to be a bit "crispy" like you might find at older 3 star properties. Not up to 4 or 5 star quality. Other than these "nits" the property is really nice and the only thing that would keep me form retuning is that crazy climate control.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Inn at Entrada is a small luxury resort inside a gated golf community in Saint George, Utah that features warm casitas with panoramic views of the striking red vermilion cliffs. The spirit of ancient Anasazi civilizations is the inspiration for these aesthetically perfect vacation casitas. The contemporary southwestern design combined with soothing earth tones inside the casitas create a perfectly relaxing sanctuary. Freshly baked cinnamon rolls, provided by Grandma Tobler's Bakery, are provided every morning in the Inn at Entrada lobby. ... more less
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