Holiday Inn Express Cedar City

Address: 1555 South Old Highway 91, Cedar City, Utah, 84720, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1555 South Old Highway 91, 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 Holiday Inn Express Cedar City

      Everything was great!

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      We had absolutely no problems during our stay. Staff was friendly. All aspects of the room were very clean and comfortable. The indoor pool and hot tub were spotless and the temperature was perfect. The complimentary continental breakfast was better than any I've ever seen, with tremendous variety that was frequently replinished. A wonderful place and a great price, we'll most definitely stay there again.

      Sadly Disappointed!

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      Recently we stayed over the weekend at this Hotel and we experienced several problems. We had a suite with a whirlpool tub and discovered the tub was covered with bio-film. We thoroughly cleaned the tub only to find out the heater in the tub did not work and the jet only poured out cold water. The Hotel was extremely noisy with doors being heard slammed on a regular basis throughout the night and children running up and down the halls. We were on the first floor and you could hear most noises from the floor above. This Hotel also allows animals and we heard dogs barking on several occasions from the rooms. When I approached the Manager about my concerns he did not appear to take them too seriously and just expressed how good his Hotel was. The continental breakfast was average at best and I have stayed at less expensive Hotels which offered much more.

      Because in choice he is so oft beguil'd

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      A newer hotel with a great staff who knows their community well. Their directions to the Utah Shakespearean Festival and tips on dining near the festival were a big help. The room was quiet, comfortable and well appointed for a HI Express.

      Awesome Breakfast, Spotless Room

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      I had a wonderful stay at the Holiday Inn Express in Cedar City. The Room was brand-new and was spotless. The bathroom was pretty big and had a beautiful marble countertop. They have a thermostat on the wall for the air-conditioning, which is a step above other hotels. The whole hotel was just recently built. The breakfast room was pretty big compared to other hotels that have fairly small ones and the breakfast was great. I stayed here for so cheap! The only thing is that the hotel is close to the interstate and I had a room facing it. But, apperently the hotel is built so well, I could barely hear any highway noise and slept very well.

      Great stay!!!

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      We stayed here on our way to Bryce NP from Zion NP. It was the nicest place we had stayed on our whole trip. True, it was pretty new, but it was clean and comfortable. The pool was great, and front desk was sooo helpful. They really made you feel welcome, even assisting on road planning for scenic trip to Bryce in the morning. Hats off also to the local GM dealership in Cedar City. I needed a small adjustment made to dashboard readout of my rental car. They came right out to lot, fixed it, and sent us on our way no charge. Kudo's guys. A great small town and hotel.

      Nice hotel!

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      No complaints really! Big, clean room. Nice bed. Friendly staff. Hot tub and pool (lots of splashing kids there, but not the hotel's fault). Centralized climate control. Overall, quite impressed with the hotel. I would stay here again no questions asked and am glad I chose this hotel for our Memorial Day trip to Utah.

      Nice bathroom,great free breakfast,small room

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      The room is small .Bathroom is big with granite counter top but no lotion in the bathroom! great breakfast is a plus! cinnamon roll and yougurt and a lot of good stuff.

      Happy with Holiday Inn

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      For this level of hotel, the experience was great.

      The front desk person was a joy to deal with. She really made us feel at home.

      Our room was really great and it was spotless. The decor was tasteful and the artwork on the wall was very nice, not the usual cheesy stuff. I was pleasantly surprised because I think it looked pretty high end for a Holiday Inn.

      We had a room with two queen beds. The pillows were heaven to sleep on.

      The bathroom was fantastic. Granite countertops were pretty, lighting was nice and bright.

      When I asked the front desk for toothpaste, they gave me a little sample sized tube, not the ketchup-packet-type-thing I had been getting at other hotels on this trip.

      The free breakfast was good. The cinnamon rolls looked just like the ones on the billboards and the lady that prepared it all was cheerful and seemed very intent that we get enough to eat!

      A Feel Good Hotel

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      Not only is this hotel beautiful, the staff is very friendly and helpful. I live in Cedar City and in my opinion, it's the best hotel here. It's a great place to stay.

      Excellent choice...the best hotel in Cedar City

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      Beautiful new hotel on the south side of Cedar City. Our room with 2 queen beds and a sofa bed was spacious, extremely clean, and nicely decorated. Great bathroom with granite vanity and lots of space. The indoor pool and hot tub are very nice, too. A great place to stay.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express Cedar City

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Cedar City

      Day 2, Sunday, October 19, 2014

      A travel blog entry by katelarsen on Oct 19, 2014

      7 photos

      ... Narrows. Very easy, paved, handicap accessible trail. Very popular and busy with other hikers. It was fun seeing some of the hikers coming our with their water shoes and hiking sticks. You can actual continue hiking along the river bed to what's called The Narrows where the cavern walls are only about 20 feet wide, if I understand correctly. 1 million years ago, the area was all at sea level and the earth shifted causing the formations to thrust thousands of feet into ...

      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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      Zion Canyo

      A travel blog entry by amygates on Sep 24, 2014

      9 photos

      ... Jan's birthday so I had bought a nice card from Bryce Canyon which we all signed and gave it to her at dinner. Amanda had bought a berry pie and icecream for dessert and we sang Happy Birthday, with a few people joining in from neighbouring campsites! On Thursday we had the whole day free to do what we liked. 6 of us chose to catch the first shuttle at 7am to the hardest hike - Angel's Landing. I was so glad we started early because it got very busy later .in the day. ...

      Zion National Park

      A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Aug 08, 2014

      6 photos

      Sunny, around 38C (100F), very pleasant evening temp. Driving through a canyon from Las Vegas to Zion the temp peaked at 47C (117F) and they were doing roadworks!
      As we drove the 2.5 hrs to Zion we were amazed at the varying rocky landscapes we drove through, after leaving the Vegas suburbs, which were very desolate with limited vegetation.
      There were a few small & large towns on the way. They seem to like building homes right on ...

      Last day at Zion National Park.

      A travel blog entry by janet306 on Jul 29, 2014

      15 photos

      ... The water is very muddy from the run-off and that makes it difficult to see where you are stepping. Reig calls it the "nasty-ass" water. Poles help you feel your way through the nasty-ass water. I hope you can see the beauty of this place from the photos attached. I had purchased a waterproof case for my iPhone so I took all the photos through the plastic of the bag. I'm not sure if the quality of these ...