How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Hot tub
- Microwave in room
TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Lodge St. George
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This week life and faith, past and present, merged beautifully at the baptism of Inga Linnea Speiser. Inga is the daughter of our friends Pete and Anna Speiser (who are both ELCA pastors), who live in Nebraska. Pete and I have been friends for over a decade and as we both married wonderful gals, it feels like we've all known each other for a very long time.
So Pete is a friend, but the Speisers also feel more like family. When my and Annie’s Minot home ...
On May 20th we then headed to St George so that we could see Zion National Park. If you have not been there then you really need to add it to your bucket list. Hundreds of trails of varying skill levels and some of the most beautiful scenery we have seen yet. The pictures can't even come close to showing the real beauty. The variety of Cactus flowers is also a sight to see in the ...
Today Mike and I took a drive to Zion National Park, just northeast of St. George. There were some fierce thunderstorms the day before, and we weren't sure if the roads in the park would be passable, due to flash floods. But luckily, that wasn't the case, although you could see the results of some minor flooding. The ...
... day) and find a hotel with a nice swimming pool along the way. We ended up in St George, about 2 hours from Las Vegas and about half way to Bryce. We found a Best Western Plus that had room for us and checked in. We did some laundry whilst the girls swam. Apart from a quick and nasty late dinner in a Taco Bell that was it for the day...St George is not high up on the list of town's to ...
... was awesome, and then found some more places to hike on the other side. We took our binoculars and looked for wildlife, and found a little slot canyon to explore. That night we had our first campfire in a long time. Everyplace else we had been was is some stage of drought and had fire bans. It was nice to cook dinner over the campfire (and save some dishwashing), and we were even able to limit Dean to one s'more! It was a great ending to our stay.