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I love the smell of this hotel. I know that anyone can put in a diffuser, but this place smells great. The hotel is up against the cliff, which makes the backside of the hotel so very quiet. The hotel is set far enough back...More
We always, always stay at the Marriott whenever possible and yes sometimes it costs more. They have great consistency, are extremely well run and have very nice amenities. Their lobby and common areas are spacious and have places to hang out and look at computers...More
We stayed the night here on our way to Zion National Park. The room was clean, beds were comfortable and the view was very nice. This was a very quick stay for us, as we had gotten in late the night before and left early...More
Spent the weekend at this hotel. Very clean rooms. Staff was friendly and helpful. There are 2 pools, inside and out. I would definitely recommend this hotel and will be back again. Thank you for accommodating our group and for the great stay.
We stayed one night here in August to see Newsies at Tuacahn. This is a very nice hotel. Their pool is amazing. The room was very nice, with two queen beds, a larger than average bathroom, lots of counter space and a small fridge. They...More
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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.