Hampton Inn Cedar City

Address: 1145 S. Bentley Boulevard, Cedar City, Utah, 84720, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1145 S. Bentley Boulevard, Cedar City, is near Utah Shakespearean Festival, Bundu Bashers Tour, Adams Shakespearean Theatre, and Iron Mission State Park Museum.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hampton Inn Cedar City

    Best Place to Stay in Cedar

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    I have stayed at every hotel/motel in Cedar City and the Hampton Inn is by far the best. At this point we have stayed here probably ten times and never had any kind of problem of difficulty. They have a little breakfast buffet and the coffee is tolerable which is nice when you want to grab something quick in the morning. I highly recommend it.

    Great Hotel

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    Just finished a three night stay at the Cedar City Hampton Inn. The hotel met and exceeded all of my expectations. It was very clean inside and out. The rooms were nicely decorated, the beds quite comfortable and the bathroom fully functional. If I have any complaint at all it would be that their breakfast area was a bit small, so some people either had to wait to eat, or they took their food to the room. The hotel is very close to a Walmart supercenter, and walking distance to several restaurants and a multi-screen movie complex.

    A Very Pleasant Stay

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    We stayed in 6 Hampton Inns during our recent trip out west. This ranks at the top of our list. A wonderful front desk staff, exceptionally clean rooms, great breakfast and a super value. I would highly recommend this property if you need to stay in the Cedar City area!

    I don't like surprises...

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    My little family and I don't like surprises. And we didn't experience any here, which I would say is a VERY positive thing. We actually stayed here based on earlier recommendations for this hotel, and experienced a pleasant 2-day stay. The drive from Vegas was not as bad as it seemed on paper, and it was fairly local to Zion NP, which we visited. All in all, we enjoyed the pleasant, helpful staff and comfortable, clean room. This, as well as our other stays in Hamptons elsewhere on this trip, have made us big fans of the chain. Kudos!!!

    Great place!

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    We stayed here for 2 nights during our 2 week trip around CA, Nevada & Utah. Check in was a breeze complete with cookies for the boys. Our 2 rooms were very clean and spacious. The breakfast bar had quite a nice variety and was very fresh. I came down in the evening and the host made a fresh pot of coffee for us and offered to make popcorn for the boys. We used this area for our trip to Bryce and it worked out great. I would not hesitate to stay here again. The staff is great!

    New Hampton Inn Convert

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    We have only stayed at Mariotts and other nicer hotels. We were wary of the "small" rooms listed in the other reviews since we had three in our party. Our concern did not last long...

    The room we booked was a standard one, and yet, it was quite spacious!

    It even had a small area with a large desk and sofa. We had plenty of comfortable space, and was particularly happy with the relatively new furniture and SUPER CLEAN bedding/bathrooms. The customer service was excellent, the price was very reasonable (the clerk may negotiate with you if it's a particularly slow day or season), and the surrounding area was safe. The complimentary breakfast was fresh and substantial.

    This particular Hampton Inn has raised our awareness of the chain, and we have since stayed in another Hampton Inn in Colorado; however, our favorite is still the one in Cedar City!

    Well worth it!

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    I think this is a good hotel. It is a new hotel with new amenities. And the staff have always been the nicest people I have ever encountered at any hotel.I have stayed here a few times and the only problem I ever had was with the TV. They will slow to fix it also. No one wanted to listen to what the problem and they needed to call in a specialist. The workout room really isnt anything but there is a Gold's next door.Yes the rooms are small but what do you really need a big hotel room for anyway? I'm always by myself for work and I have never had a problem.

    The bed is comfortable (but that is really a subjective assessment, everyone is different.) and the rooms are clean.It is by far not an expensive place to stay either.If I had to suggest a placed to stay in Cedar City I would suggest the Hampton.

    Tiny rooms

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    I am usually suspicious when a reviewer writes about a hotel room being small. I can stay in a small hotel room as long as it is clean...right?

    These rooms are SMALL. Fine for one person or a petite couple. Not so fine for a large couple or family of 3+.

    This is not your typical Hampton Inn. Is is much smaller than others...not many rooms. The hotel is brand-new and in an excellent location off the highway. There are a couple restaurants and a movie theatre within walking distance of the hotel.

    Great Hotel--Great Service

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    My husband and I recently stayed at the Hampton Inn in Cedar City and we loved it. The staff was very nice and the hotel was immaculate. The breakfast buffet had everything we wanted and staff member was dedicated to keeping everything stocked and the area clean. The hotel's location is also great--near the freeway and in walking distance of restaurants and shops. We also liked the gym in the hotel. The equipment is very modern and looks brand-new. We will definitely stay at the Hampton Inn in Cedar City again.

    Cute Hotel, But TINY Rooms!

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    This small hotel has lots of charm. Pretty decor and a great location.

    Probably the cleanest Hampton Inn I've ever stayed in!

    The rooms here are very, very small, however. I felt very crammed in.

    The furniture was poorly arranged and made it difficult to move around in the room. And no King beds -- all the beds are queen sized. Since it is located across the street from a 24 hour Super Wal-Mart makes this a great stop for road travelers.

    If you can deal with small accommodations, then you will like this hotel. The rest of the hotel (cleanliness, decor, service, breakfast bar) were first-rate.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Cedar City

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    Travel Blogs from Cedar City

    Day 78 - Zion is Spectacular!

    A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Aug 09, 2015

    59 photos

    ... spotted a deer grazing in the bushes next to the trail, but when we tried to take a picture we frightened her away.
    By the time we made it back to the Visitors Center is was about 3:30. It had been a really great day, and we were thinking of heading on to the hotel. But on the way, there is another part of Zion National Park called Kolob Canyon. It's really only connected to the park by hiking trails, but there is access on I-15. ...

    Cedar City, Utah

    A travel blog entry by amandarrell on Sep 28, 2014

    6 comments, 10 photos

    ... we had absolutely torrential rain, thunder and lightning, so we spent most of Saturday in a very nice coffee shop and then went to the movies (Cedar City is in a civilized part of Utah!).

    Sunday was our day for moving on, heading further south to Saint George, so we stopped off at Black Rocks for a bit of climbing on volcanic basalt that was very....black!

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    Canyons and camping

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 17, 2014

    ... surrounded on all sides by rising peaks of fiery red - we continued the 3 miles to the entrance to Zion National Park. Here, a shuttle bus takes you around the floor of the canyon, carved over time by the Virgin river, stopping at trail heads that fan out like a spider's web from the main road. Originally settled by Native Americans, the area was then discovered and claimed by the Mormon missionaries. It was the Mormons who gave the area its name. Looking for their ...

    Zion

    A travel blog entry by mscarlton on May 28, 2014

    4 comments, 33 photos

    The route from Durango to Zion brought us to The 4 Corners Monument which means we have now touched New Mexico. We rolled in at closing time (8 pm), but Summer gave the gate patrol the winky winky and he let us by for a quick picture.

    It is hot in Zion! We are at the border of Zion in a nice little town called Springdale, it's a pretty sweet spot. Zion is absolutely different then any of the other National Parks we have visited to date, ...

    Who Knew Hiking in a River Could Be So Fun?!

    A travel blog entry by redsoxmomva on Aug 10, 2012

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... the water, then do it again. When you're not looking at your feet, you have to remember to look UP!!! Water drips down from seeps in the sandstone, sheltering trees, shrubs, ferns, and other plants that cling to the walls and sandbars... hoping not to be swept away in the next flood. It is a really spectacular hike - not one of solitude certainly - but at ...