We stayed at this Days Inn for one night on the way from Palm Springs to the National Parks in Utah. We paid about $60 for a suite with a kitchenette, room 218. At check-in we were told that there were no cooking utensils, pots or pans because these were always stolen. That was not a problem for us but they should mention this on their website or when you book a room with a kitchenette. I can imagine people arriving at the hotel with the intention of cooking their own meal only to find that they have nothing to work with. The suite is big, has a nice view, two TV's, good A/C and a good bed. WiFi worked great and has basic WEP-encryption. Some of the furniture looked a little dirty but on closer examination was only worn down. That goes for the entire hotel, it is in need of some updating although I believe that is being done. The bathroom was clean and the shower worked just fine, plenty of water and good drainage. Breakfast is standard Continental with bread, bagels, cornflakes, OJ (from a machine), coffee,... You can also bake your own waffles.
All in all this place was fine for a one-night stopover but I wouldn't stay here for a longer period of time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The St. George Utah Days Inn is in the heart of Southern Utah, near Zion National Park and a day trip from Bryce Canyon, and Grand Canyon. Within a few blocks are many restaurants, theaters, and great shopping. Our lobby offers a cozy fireplace and our grounds offer a lush, green, outdoor courtyard with heated pool and jacuzzi. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Days Inn St. George Utah
- St. George Days Inn