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The bed vibrated until late at night when the room air conditioning of each room in the vicinity were turned off
House phone did not work
Very dated hotel
The staff were very nice but unaware of the problem
The hotel was pleasant but dining staff not very accommodating. Food was very average and they had run out of white wine. Otherwise clean and comfortable and had a lovely indoor and outdoor pool area. Very central to shopping areas and resturants. Olive Garden a...More
We recently stayed in St. George over the 4th of July week. We picked this hotel for the location and it did not disappoint. The views were amazing and the fireworks shows (we probably saw at least 5 from the room) were perfect. Rooms were...More
NIce clean hotel with excellent friendly staff and comfortable rooms.
Close to restaurants and activities.
Nice swimming pool and bistro area
Has guest laundry
Staff answered questions and directed us to other places of interest
We stayed for 4 nights. The staff are friendly and available at check in. There is a small area with sundry items and food. There is a small bistro to purchase food as well. The only drawback is no complimentary breakfast. There is a mini...More
Response from travelingrhonda | Reviewed this property |
I stay in St. George the first night and the next day, we go to Zion NP, Bryce NP and then on to Torrey, Utah through the Dixie Forest. We stay at the Torrey Schoolhouse Bed and Breakfast. The next day we go to Capital... More
I stay in St. George the first night and the next day, we go to Zion NP, Bryce NP and then on to Torrey, Utah through the Dixie Forest. We stay at the Torrey Schoolhouse Bed and Breakfast. The next day we go to Capital Reef NP and on to Hanksville and south to Monument Valley staying at Gouldings Lodge. The next day we go the the Grand Canyon South Rim and then back to Phoenix the last day. This is a week trip. I find the North Rim covered with pines. I like the South Rim.