Quality Inn & Suites Blanding

Address: 711 S. Main St., Blanding, Utah, 84511, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 711 S. Main St., Blanding, is near Newspaper Rock Recreation Site and Edge of Cedar State Park.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn & Suites Blanding

      Reviewed by jencape

      Personable staff, accomodations leave much to be desired

      Reviewed Nov 2, 2012
      by (5 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      We stopped here because it was late, and we were ready to stop for the night on our way between Moab, UT and Page AZ - was thinking this was a Comfort Inn, but must have switched a while back...We DID have a large room/suite, but upon coming in the room, found a piece of food on one of the seats at the bar/kitchen counter area, felt the chairs were pretty unclean (and wobbly, too), and just not the greatest experience. (Shower curtain had a smell, too.) Too bad there weren't more options for us to choose from in Blanding...

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn & Suites Blanding

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Blanding

      The good, the bad and the very ugly!

      A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Sep 02, 2014

      ... circular wooden huts like teepees built, all with satellite dishes etc., and it looked like each one had a small parcel of land attached to it - but obviously no money could be made off such a holding and the natives live on handouts! It was quite depressing to think that people actually live in this god forsaking region and choose this type of existence - very similar to our own Aboriginals! However the rock formations and the stark ...

      Driving to Utah

      A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jun 05, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... straight for our destination in the town of Bluff, in the south east corner of the state, and our campground for the next several days, the “Cadillac Ranch RV Park”. It is a small park, but clean and friendly and should make a good base camp to explore this part of the state.


      Antelope Canyon & Glen Canyon

      A travel blog entry by finnegan on Oct 15, 2013

      24 photos

      ... of natural sculptures and helped us take some beautiful photographs. He also played his flute for us.

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      Natural Bridges National Monument

      A travel blog entry by jonmatters on Jul 15, 2013

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      ... from that side.

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      Goosenecks Park-Natural Bridges National Monument

      A travel blog entry by friesendm on Oct 15, 2012

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... meanders". Pretty incredible views!

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