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Red Lion Hotel & Conference Center St. George
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Reviewed June 10, 2012

In St George for a wedding. Room was comfortable, clean and just right. Staff were accommodating and very friendly. Breakfast was also a good plus. Will come again when in town.

Stayed: May 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed June 3, 2012

We spent 6 nights there for an archaeological conference and enjoyed our stay. The king bed was truly comfortable and the room was spacious and clean. Having two vanities and two sinks was nice. But our toilet was fitted at an angle on the bathroom floor, was lower than normal, and was cramped up to the door. The management offered us another room but we were already unpacked. The lightening was good, as were the blackout drapes and the air conditioning. The hotel was previously a Holiday Inn, and while the lobby was fully redecorated, the rooms are showing their age and could do with an overhaul for the price. Great conference rate, but normal traveler's rates are a bit steep. The staff is friendly and very accommodating. The pool is advertised as chlorine-free, but it definitely smelled like chemicals. The pool is inside quite near to the lobby and with kid guests, it's very noisy and distracting. The conference room had comfortable seats and great, adjustable lighting.

Room Tip: Don't take an indoor, downstairs room by the pool. In fact avoid the inside rooms - no elevator for the 2nd. floor. We liked our downstairs outside room as it was more private and you could park your car right by your window.
  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled on business
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Reviewed June 2, 2012

Spent 4 nights there recently while attending a conference held in the hotel. Hotel staff very friendly and accomodating, good sized room with plenty of space for my 'stuff'! Excellent breakfast each morning. Didn't care for the "tent room" where one of the events was held, very noisy due to the gale force winds that were blowing and the sound arrangements were poor. Regular conference rooms were fine.

Room Tip: Avoid rooms close to pool area.
  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled on business
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Reviewed May 25, 2012

Stayed here over the weekend with my family. The staff was great and provided us with directions to places we wanted to go. Breakfast was nice and fresh. The hotel is easy to access from the interstate and near a lot of restaurants. We will stay there again.

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed May 12, 2012

The lobby is nice. Notice the period. That's the only good thing I can say about our experience with the Lexington. We had reserved 3 rooms with king sized beds. We were given 2 rooms with king sized beds, one of which had a cockroach already in occupancy of the bathroom. The other non-king room was a room with 2 queen beds that pulled out of the wall. When we spoke to the desk person about the cockroach, we were given another room with queen beds that pulled out of the wall. That room didn't have a plug for the bathtub, making it necessary to bathe the toddler in the grandparent's room. The toilet and bathtubs are old and stained, scratched, and smelly. Some of the queen beds didn't have headboards so the pillows fell off while people tried to sleep. It was dusty and dirty behind the beds. The beds were pokey and uncomfortable. I haven't slept in such an uncomfortable bed in a motel/hotel in longer than I can remember. Then there was the breakfast. There was a huge pan of poor tasting eggs, another big pan of soggy hash browns. After tasting the food in the buffet line, I gave up and toasted a bagel. I got two packages of jam, one was fresh and nice, and the contents in the other one were brown and yucky. I'm glad that some people like the hotel--I'm just not one of them.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled with family
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StGeorgeLEX, Manager at Red Lion Hotel & Conference Center St. George, responded to this reviewResponded May 14, 2012

Thank you for contacting trip advisor concerning your stay at Lexington Hotel St George regarding your stay on 05/05/12 Please allow me this opportunity to apologize for the inconveniences you experienced. The conditions of your room with missing head board, bathtub plug, and cockroach found in the room during your stay. I appreciate you taking the time to advise us of your dissatisfaction with the breakfast bar. There is never an excuse for providing a valued guest, such as you, with anything less than a perfect experience.

We credit our success in the lodging industry to providing good service and quality accommodations at affordable prices. We appreciate your willingness to take the time to let us know where improvements need to be made concerning specific items and your overall satisfaction, so that we may continue to maintain our high standards.

I apologize for the inconvenience this has caused you and have taken corrective action with our Maintenance Manager and Breakfast Manager to ensure that the items mentioned will be fixed and this incident will not occur in the future.

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