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Stopped here on the way to Colorado. A little difficult to get to if your not very familiar with the round about's. Also if your pulling a trailer or a large truck, the parking lot is not very convenient but there is ample parking in the side streets. The hotel itself is very nice and is a great place for pets. The pool and exercise room were very clean and well equipped. The room we had was spacious with a nice work area. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. I would stay here again if travelling through St. George.
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The La Quinta chain welcomes pets for the most part. This location does also with a "no pet fee" policy and competitive room rates. Our room, 126, was as large as any La Quinta room we have stayed in, it's well furnished, very clean, and quiet enough for a peaceful night. The entire industry might do well to figure out a replacement design for the heating and air conditioning units that plague guests' from Maine to Mexico, but that's not La Quinta's fault. Those floor mounted units sitting under the exterior window are despicable with their the constant cycling throughout the night. The wind lifts the privacy curtains, allowing outside lights to flash through like spotlights fanning a rock concert crowd. Again, it's an industry issue - not a La Quinta issue per se. The morning breakfast is standard fare for a place like this. We usually grab a yogurt and orange juice, then head out for a nearby place to score some real breakfast with real coffee. In St. George, that's tough to do because the hotel is located at the southern tip of town with nothing but a Burger King nearby and Burger King is to real breakfast what Chef Boyardee is to real Italian food. One other note on the location.......learn how to handle roundabouts and print out a map of the place because street signs are missing. Utah and Colorado have been replacing 4 way intersections with roundabouts and there are two (2) to navigate at the La Quinta exit. I was driving and I missed the final whoop dee doo so I ended up, after 720 degrees, headed back north on I-15. I did pretty well on the second attempt coming once again on I-15 from the north. When you add it all up, it took me more than a thousand degrees to finally get to the hotel; a record I believe. Someone call Guiness. Overall, this is a great place to stay. Your dog will love you for it.
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