A comforable St. George UT Hotel gives those visiting Utah for the first time a place to stay that is close to both things to do in town as well as well within reach of seeing Utah’s spectacular sites. However, even if you never leave your hotel, you will have plenty to enjoy even if you just stay in.
Ask the desk about any packages they may offer that let you get special rates to enjoy local area activities. For example, a hotel may offer a golf package that lets you play at local courses like Coral Canyon, Conestoga, Coyote Springs, Falcon Ridge, Green Spring, Sand Hollow, Sky Mountain, St. George, Southgate, Sun River, Sunbrook, Valderra, or Wolf Creek. The way the packages may be put together is to include a one night stay in a double-occupancy room and a free hot breakfast followed by 18 holes of play at the golf course. These packages may have lower prices from June to September and slightly higher prices from October to May.
Many hotels, not just the most expensive ones, are renovating their rooms to meet their guests’ expectations. You may find fresh paint, updated furniture, a premium mattress, and fresh, new bedspreads and linens. Hotel rooms usually include a coffee maker and even a microwave and small refrigerator for those who might want to keep a few small things on hand for convenience instead of eating out all the time or to keep beverages cool. Having a refrigerator in the room is also a convenient way to be able to bring along any medications that have to stay refrigerated. You can also expect to find your own ironing board to iron out any wrinkles from packed clothing. You’ll be able to make unlimited free local calls from your room, and each room should have high-speed internet access plus 32-inch flat screens with at least one premium cable channel such as HBO.
In the morning, you can take advantage of a free hot breakfast with items like cinnamon rolls, muffins, eggs, waffles, and hot coffee. You’ll also have cold items like cereal and fresh fruit. If it’s raining outside, take advantage of the hotel’s exercise room, which usually has a variety of newer equipment like a treadmill or a nautilus machine.