Comfort Inn & Suites Cedar City
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This hotel is a good value for the money. It is clean and has a hot breakfast. Unfortunately, we also found it to be quite noisy at night with many slamming doors. We also had issues with small children running in the room above us at midnight. Still, I would recommend this hotel.
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