Comfort Inn Zion
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Zion Hurricane
Large room with 2 queen beds, microwave, fridge, iron & ironing board. Water took some time to get warm but when it did it was hot and consistent. Laundry room - better equipped than previous hostel! Breakfast was excellent - cereals, juice, tea, coffee, cold eggs, waffles, toast, scrambled eggs, potato, sausages, biscuits. Great location just a mile from the park entrance.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Zion Hurricane
Travel Blogs from Hurricane
... stocked up on food for a few days.It took a while to get back on track, but we did, only to find a FULL sign at the turnoff for the camp grounds. This is a First Come, First Served camping ground so we knew there was a degree of uncertainty, so we were happy to find there were a few sites free. We had our first night on the road.
We walked three walks over our short stay, so will put up a few photos.
Today we did not play golf, so we drove to Zion Natioal Park which is only an hour & a half away. The drive from Mesquite into Utah takes you through the Virgin River gorge, which is very impressive on its own. As you get closer to the park the highway offers some expansive views of giant multi colored peaks.
We enjoyed yet another beautiful day as got to the park and boarded their free shuttle bus to explore. These buses are the ...
... couldn't buy them. Back to the room to quick clean up and eat dinner. We went to Casa de Amigos for some margaritas and fajitas. A quick last stroll downtown and our 4th stop at the candy store for ice cream. This trip has far exceeded our expectations. Springdale is a great little tourist town and everyone has been genuinely nice and friendly. The highlight by far has beenThe Narrows. It should be on everyone's bucket list! Hope you enjoyed the blog. Until our next adventure, ...
... maybe every 100 miles, sometimes a gas station and sometimes not. Speed was 70-75 in most places unless you came to the summit and then at times it was 35-40. Beautiful scenary though and hot,dry and windy as usual and met some great folks whenever we did stop. This morning we left rte. 50 and traveled into Utah, and tomorrow we explore Zion Nat'l Park. It seems that wherever we ...
... to the other end of the canyon where the hike started. The first 1,6 kms is known as the Riverside Walk and is an easy paved path that follows along the river. It wasn't too crowded which was a pleasant surprise and along the route we came across cute little squirrels and a couple of deer. The Narrows hike starts at the end of the Riverside Walk and there were a lot of people there waiting to start the walk. We ploughed into the river and started walking ...