Red Rock Inn Bed and Breakfast Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
Historical Traveler Reviews Red Rock Inn Bed and Breakfast Cottages Springdale
One of the nicest B&Bs ever
My husband and I stayed at Red Rock Inn for 3 nights as a base "camp" for hiking in Zion and Bryce National parks. I can't say enough nice things about this inn. The inn keepers were genuinely friendly and insterested in making our stay (in cottage #1) as pleasant as possible--from restaurant suggestions to massage reservations. The grounds, while small, are beautifully landscaped and the room was bright, comfortable, and just plain great. We had delicious breakfasts every morning on our patio--hand delivered in a basket at the requested time. I would highly recommend this inn to anyone--we will definitely be back.
Romantic and Close to the Park!
My husband and I stayed for two days in April at the Red Rock Inn. We booked a B&B with a private hot tub (room 5) on purpose, having hiked national parks before. We like to soak our muscles after long hikes!
The Red Rock Inn is in the town of Springdale, a charming town at the gateway to Zion. This means that you can be to Zion in less than ten minutes. In April, private cars are not allowed to enter the park, so folks can leave the car at the Inn and take the Springdale park bus into the park. Once in the park, there is a bus that will take you to the great hiking spots. There is a Springdale park bus pick up right across the street from the Red Rock Inn. There are also mini-marts and restaurants around the Inn, so you won't have to worry about finding a place to eat.
The Red Rock Inn itself is a tucked away place, with several cottages in which to stay. We choose #5 for the hot tub reason and we were glad we did! The room was charming, decorated with dark woods and rose and tan colors that were relaxing as well as romantic. In the living room was a t.v. and vcr/dvd combo (the main office has movies you can borrow to watch or bring your own). There are two bathrooms, one right off the bedroom (with a very comfortable bed by the way). The master bathroom had a wonderful soaking tub, complete with bath salts and other nice amenities. I really enjoyed the tub! The other bathroom (off the living room area) had a large shower. Both bathrooms were a great size. Right off of the living area, there was also a mini-fridge, which was helpful for storing cold water.
The Inn was quiet, and at night, we really enjoyed soaking in the hot tub. The stars are amazing! There is also a private patio with a table and chairs right off of the bedroom. This made a great place to read!
In the mornings, Alex prepared our breakfasts and they were excellent. You can choose the time for breakfasts to be delivered, and they were delievered on time with a knock on the door. Our basket had fresh fruit, an egg dish, yogurt and fresh muffins both mornings. We also chose to have apple juice and tea with our meals. The food was excellent and it was so nice to have it at the door in the morning.
If we ever make it back to Utah, we will be sure to stay here again. We enjoyed the service, quiet, romance and hot tub of the Red Rock Inn. Having stayed in national parks before, we also enjoyed the close proximity of the Inn to the park.
What a wonderful place. I loved having breakfast brought to the room. There was a knock on the door at a predetermined time which signalled the arrival of a beautiful picnic basket filled with goodness. The room was spotless and comfy, the view from the porch was unforgettable. My only complaint was that I was only there one night!
On my next visit to Zion, I won't look anywhere else. Nope. No way!
Great Place to Stay
We stayed here one night. It was fabulous! Very clean, cozy, and comfortable! Several nice touches were included: fresh flowers, nice soaps, and a delicious breakfast basket delivered to our door! The price was affordable and the view was great. Great location-it was very close to the park. I would definitely recommend the Red Rock Inn and hope to be able to stay again!
Great time in Zion
I just spent three nights at the Red Rock Inn in Springdale. I stayed in unit #5, which came with a private outdoor hot tub. The unit was nicely furnished and very well maintained. The breakfasts that were brought each day were also very good. The proprieters were very friendly and helpful in pointing out local resturaunts and attractions. Before this B&B, I had spent the night in the Bellagio in Las Vegas. From a hotel standpoint, the Bellagio is a 5 star hotel, but I spent the same amount for a three night stay at the Red Rock as compared to the Bellagio. The room at the Red Rock had more space, two bathrooms, free breakfast, wonderful views from the hot tub, and, oh - did I mention the hot tub. There was nothing to complain about, and I would definitely stay here again.
While there, We visited Zion National Park, there are some wonderful trails, including Angels Landing and the Zion Narrows, I would reccomend both. We also made a drive to Bryce Canyon, again, many great trails and views from Bryce.
Comfortable, Convenient, Perfect
We stayed here twice on a trip across Southern Utah and back again. I normally do not like B&B because I want privacy & quiet, and I have a strict diet that excludes most typical breakfast foods. The individual cabins at Red Rock are very quiet and private. The innkeepers made a special accomdation for my breakfast after I called about a week ahead of my stay to request it. The setting is lovely and very close to a stop for the shuttle that goes to Zion National Park. The cabin had a whirlpool bath tub! Very clean. TV, fridge, and coffee maker in the room. Will stay here again if we go back to Zion.
Staying at the Red Rock Inn B&B in Springdale was what can be called the highlight of our four-week-trip through Western USA. The rooms were clean and the breakfast was exceptionally good. The whole atmosphere of the Inn is amazing and coming home from an exhausting day of hiking at Zion's this is the place to relax and enjoy! GREAT!
My wife and I stayed in Room #4 for two nights in July 2005. The room was exceptionally clean and well decorated including a queen bed, TV, AC and a small refrigerator. The grounds are well kept and include great local artwork. The breakfast was dropped at our door each morning in a wicker basket and included coffee, juice, scrambled eggs, muffins, bagels, fruit and yogurt. One of the best breakfasts we've had at any B&B. Eating breakfast with the view of the Zion canyon cliffs from the front porch of our room is a vacation moment we'll always remember. The Inn is also located very close to the front entrance of Zion National Park.
Beautiful B&B right next to the park entrance
Arriving late on a Sunday into little Springdale, Utah, we didn't know what to expect. To our surprise we arrived at a beautiful little place. Our accommodating hostess allowed us to check in close to 9pm. The little cottage we stayed was wonderfully decorated and the jacuzzi outside allowed stargazing for a little while. Upon awaking the glorious Utah morning provided great views of the outskirts of this amazing park. A lovely home-cooked breakfast got us off to the right start. An amazing place to stay.
Wonderful honeymoon spot!!!
We stayed at Red Rock Inn in March of '98 for our honeymoon. It was a great experience. We had 2 different cottages. Both were comfortable but the larger was fantastic with all of the amenities: sitting room, 2 bathrooms, private deck with hot tub, robes, a walk through the rock garden was beautiful at night with the stars above. Breakfasts were delivered in style and all our needs were met. I am a cola in the morning person and that's what I got with all the other treats.....
Checking things to possibly return this spring break. A satisfied customer.
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Travel Blogs from Springdale
... where water leaks out and the water nourishes the garden that hangs from the rock. Then we went to the Upper and Lower Emerald Pools hike. This one was 2.5 miles round trip, but not on a paved trail and pretty steep. It was kind of tiring in the heat. Julia decided she didn’t need to see the Upper Emerald pool that badly afterall, and she waited down below. That makes it sound like there was no drama...there was drama. We met up with ...
... got some ice cream. Then we got back on the shuttle and went back to the RV. We rested there for an hour. we got on our bathing suits ready to go on our second hike, the Narrows. My dad, Evan's friend, and a bunch of other people that went to Zion said that Narrows was the best hike. We walked up to the shuttle bus and got on. We knew it was going to be a long ride, we were the last stop. We went on the shuttle bus for about 40 minutes. Then ...
... once, and spent the next 5 minutes gagging) and they clean them out with chemicals? I don't quite understand how it works, but I do know is, you need to lock the damn door. No no, not me or Pete. We aren't that stupid. But the girl doing a late night poop, who I opened the door on as she hadn't locked it. Well she looked like a deer in headlights as I opened the door shining my torch in and she screamed 'Ohhhh ****' and reached quickly to shut the door! ...
... the other direction needed to use the center of the road. But once through we turned around and came back. It only took about 30 minutes to get there and back. We took the dogs for a walk down by the river which soon turned into a swim. They had a blast! Finally we settled in for what promised to be an easier night sleep. Well it was cooler, but around 1 am the wind picked up, and woke everyone up. So another night's sleep ...
... hike as it is quite a dangerous, adrenalin junkie hike. It is not as high or as long as the Observation Point hike, but it has a section about half a mile long at the end which is very narrow with sheer 1000ft drops either side. There is a chain in parts to assist in getting up but what makes the hike so dangerous is the crowds - trying to pass people coming the opposite way or people freaking out at the height is daunting as the path is so narrow. We would only be ...