We were in one of the Worldmark units. We stayed in a 4 bedroom with our family of 8. The beds, pillows and bedding are very nice and comfortable. I always appreciate good pillows and mattresses. In the four bedroom you basically have two master suites. The other two bedrooms share a bathroom. All of the bathrooms are a good size. The layout is nice and fairly spacious. The kitchen was very well stocked. The pool, hot tub and pickle ball courts were great. If you are a WorldMark members you can borrow pickle ball equipment from the front desk and pool towels are provided in the unit. The grocery store was about a 6-7 minute drive. This resort seems very new. Everything was clean and nice. We enjoyed our stay here and will definitely go back.
This is the only place that I really want to stay in St. George. Granted, we don't ALWAYS get to stay here, but we stay here quite often. The unites are 3 and 4 bedroom units, equipt with the different beds that you may need (Kings in the master; twins or queens in the other rooms) The kitchens are lovely with all the amenities that you'll need to cook in. I love that there are grills on the patios there--a lot of fun for a family kabob night. The pool and hot tub are nice. This is where I try to book when I know that we're traveling, but snag it quick! It seems that everyone wants to stay here. Hint: Try to get a top floor room--no little feet stomping above you.
We had a great 3/2 ground floor condo. It was very clean and spacious. We were glad that we had the ground floor as we had 3 bikes with us and did not want to bring them into elevators. The mountain biking is right behind the resort and it is great you can also go to different areas like Bearclaw Poppy which is 5 minutes away and is world class mountain biking. The resort is centrally located to many of the attractions as Pioneer Park, Zion National Park and The Dinosaur Discovery Site.
Staying in a 3 bedroom/2 bath penthouse on the 2nd floor. The place was wonderful. Had everything we needed and more. Great location, 3 pools, clean and well maintained. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Due to the Covid “scamdemic” the pools had limited times, and it seemed like there were less crowds, but other than that it was business as usual in Southern Utah. Spent the days hiking all the wonderful parks around St George and the evening relaxing at the resort. We will definitely be staying at this resort again!
Had a 3 bedroom unit and view on the 3rd floor. Unit is well stocked with quality appliances, utensils and spices. Pool and hot tub area were good, except for the trend that these areas become babysitters for kids while parents hang out in their units... Seems like a hazard to the resort, and these areas should be more closely monitored. Location was away from town, which is a good thing. Traffic is crazy in this town! We originally planned on going to all parks in S. Utah, but found Zion / Kolob, Snow Canyon and Red Cliffs very amazing and ended up staying close to St. George. Hiking is GREAT! Did 42 miles over six days. We will go back to the area but will choose a different destination. The sales staff is HIGH pressure, and we are not at all interested in buying into a timeshare. They never left us alone in their sales pitch, but we resisted and left unscathed by the sale.…