Rodeway Inn Hurricane

650 West State Street, Hurricane, Utah, 84737, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 650 West State Street, Hurricane, is near Torque Motorsport Rentals.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRodeway Inn Hurricane

    Reviewed by pilgrim143

    Another Motel

    Reviewed Oct 11, 2013
    by (21 reviews) Sevenoaks , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Perfectly acceptable, modern, clean & good basic breakfast. Cheaper option for Zion.

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

    Reviewed by srhodes

    Better than expected

    Reviewed Jul 21, 2012
    by (22 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    I usually stay in Comfort Inns because I have better experiences with them. However, the Comfort Inn was full so I took a room at the Rodeway Inn. I was pleasantly surprised. It was a large, quiet, clean, motel, with friendly staff. The room was a nice size, clean, comfortable beds and GREAT air conditioning. We had a microwave and a refrigerator and an LCD TV. I would stay here again. Choose 2nd floor for a quieter experience. No elevator.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Rodeway Inn Hurricane

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    Travel Blogs from Hurricane

    Parks Open at Last

    A travel blog entry by pilgrim143 on Oct 11, 2013

    20 photos

    So Utah, S Dakota, & Arizona go self-funding and pay Washington to open the National Parks - could you make this up? So change of plans and we sort out driving back up to Bryce and down to overnight in Hurricane so as to be near to Zion for Sunday. Back through Red Canyon and Bryce is amazing - easily everyone's highlight of the trip - just …

    Zion National Park to Vegas

    A travel blog entry by davenjulia on Jun 14, 2014

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... to the end of the canyon for a river walk, which was cool and very pleasant, rock squirrels to keep us company along with a mule deer buck in velvet (his antlers covered in soft down). From the end you can also do the narrows walk which is between two rock canyon walls, 20 feet apart with a river in it so you get wet. It is also an 8 hour return trip to do it all, not for us. There were a number of shorter walks/treks we decided ...

    Day 2 in Zion: A Day of Experiences

    A travel blog entry by larryrox2 on Mar 30, 2014

    6 photos

    ... was for rain and it looked it. So on Tom's recommendation, we decided to go slightly outside the park and go to the north end via the Kolob Terrace Road.

    When we turned off of State Route 9 onto the Kolob Terrace Road, the weather was temperate and the first 8-10 miles wasn't particularly exciting as we were outside the boundaries of Zion National Park. Much "open grazing" went on so cattle guards were numerous as was ...

    Day 16- A day at Zion National Park.

    A travel blog entry by ai_firestone on Oct 15, 2013

    12 photos

    Firstly- WOW! Zion canyon and national park is amazingly beautiful! We are very grateful to the Utah State for paying $167000 per day to reopen their National Parks while the federal government sorts itself out- because this park was well worth the drive! We drove into the Zion Canyon entrance of the Park and then parked up and jumped on the free shuttle, which runs every 7 minutes up and down the canyon. This is a great service they put in around 15 years ...

    If Bryce Canyon was amazing, then Zion was awesome

    A travel blog entry by dougo on Jun 17, 2012

    73 photos

    ... 8217;ve seen on our coach trip. Each different environment has been beautiful in its own and unique way.

    Jim explained to us that the ranges we were seeing on our way to Page were part of the “Grand Staircase” or the “Escalante” which are basically ranges which start and stop, then another one starts and stops, as if they are stepping stones leading from one range to another. They are part of the Rocky Mountains which ...