The INN At St.George
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe INN At St.George St. George
Friendly staff who were helpful upon check in. Hotel is a little dated but has been well maintained and kept clean. Room was spacious and spotlessly clean. Would stay again.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The INN At St.George St. George
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As Marco said this morning today was a "vacation from our vacation". We decided to stay an extra day here in St. George because we're enjoying the Snow Canyon park so much. But also wanted to take it easy now that we're about half-way through our trip. This included sleeping in and having a leisurely morning. However, it's also a school day so Suzanne and the boys were still had their lessons. Meanwhile Omar did another load ...
... just come and posted a sign saying the area was closed due to the government shutdown. The ranger didn't ask people to leave. I guess they are pretty fed up with it too.
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