LOCATED JUST 1/2 MILE FROM ENTRANCE TO ZION NATIONAL PARK. NESTLED IN ZION CANYON ALONG THE VIRGIN RIVER. WALKING DISTANCE TO RESTAURANTS, SHOPS, CINEMAX THEATER AND ZION VISITOR CENTER. ZION SHUTTLE STOPS AT HOTEL. FULL SERVICE RV PARK AND CAMPGROUND ON PREMISES. HOTEL FEATURES INCLUDE, LAUNDRY FACILITY, ... More
Quality Inn At Zion Park
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LOCATED JUST 1/2 MILE FROM ENTRANCE TO ZION NATIONAL PARK. NESTLED IN ZION CANYON ALONG THE VIRGIN RIVER. WALKING DISTANCE TO RESTAURANTS, SHOPS, CINEMAX THEATER AND ZION VISITOR CENTER. ZION SHUTTLE STOPS AT HOTEL. FULL SERVICE RV PARK AND CAMPGROUND ON PREMISES. HOTEL FEATURES INCLUDE, LAUNDRY FACILITY, OUTDOOR POOL, CONVENIENCE STORE, CONFERENCE ROOMS AND NOAH*S PIZZA. ALL ROOMS ARE NON-SMOKING. FREE HIGH-SPEED INTERNET ACCESS IN ALL ROOMS. MAKE THIS YOUR BASE OF OPERATIONS TO EXPLORE ALL THE NATURAL WONDER OF THE AREA.
Friendly staff, decent breakfast, comfy bed and magnificent view from the small porch. Not the Radisson but room was a $100 less than another hotel across the street. One gripe was no ice machinr. Great access to Zion Park.
The hotel is over priced for the ammenities and quality. I spent extra for a room with a view. You have to step outside for the view. The room was clean, smelled like too much bleach, and was very noisy. We were downstairs and you can hear the entrance door slamming shut every couple of minutes and could hear people upstairs. The pool was too cold to be comfortable and no hot tub. Breakfast was included but wasn't anything to brag about. The hotel is close to the park and the downtown shuttles are great. The park is great. Not sure that any local motels would be any better though. I probably will try another place next time.
We stayed in the campground behind the hotel. We were a group of 29 people and we were packed into four tiny sites. Another big problem was that the road by our site did not have an outlet so you had to back out. Because we were traveling with 19 people's camping gear we had a trailer. You can't imagine how difficult it was to maneuver that in such a tight space. When I made the reservation several months earlier, I made it clear we were a group and was surprised at the terrible location we were given. I was immediately sick when I saw where my group had to stay. We just kept saying we were glad we were only going to be there two days and then we could get out of there. There were two shower/restroom buildings. The one in the RV section was very clean. The one in the tent section was filthy with mud everywhere. I kept thinking they just hadn't been cleaned yet but it never got any better. You get one shower token a day free but if you want another (it is very hot there) it costs $5 and the showers only last 5 minutes. I've paid a lot for showers but this was by far the most expensive and by far the shortest showers I have ever experienced and we have been to a LOT of places. Another problem is that they don't keep anyone on duty at night. We got in late from hiking in the park and wanted our shower tokens but they were closed. Even the cheapest of hotels keeps someone on duty through the night! There is a pool and that was the reason we stayed there instead of the national park campgrounds but it was very small. After seeing the national park campgrounds, we were very sad we had not stayed there instead. Their website said there was very little shade but there was far more than we had in the Quality Inn campground. I would never recommend this place to anyone wanting to stay in the campground. The one pro is that a shuttle stop is right by the hotel which was very handy.
Quality Inn definetely lives up to its name. The staff was friendly, and Zion Park was BEYOO-Tiful. Our room smelled wonderful, like fresh vanilla and cinnamon. The lotions they provided were soothing, and our view of the mountains were beautiful. In our view also there was a little vegetable garden (so cute!) A garden with high towering mountains in the backyard. The pool is a little cold (but i guess it's seasonal) Breakfast is your normal breakfast: coffee, hot choco, cereal, eggs, bacon. But it was so CLEAN!
The staff at this hotel are extremely complacent. The automatic wake-up call system doesn't work and we needed to get up early to catch a shuttle for hiking. The second night we were finally able to reach a person at the front desk and requested a wake-up call. He refused to do it and referred us to the automatic system which we had tried with no success. After going round and round I did indeed receive a wake-up call.....at 4:00 A.M. 2.5 hours early than I had requested. Besides being rude, the staff would not offer any information about the surrounding area. Besides the staff being downright rude, the parking lot is overcrowded with RVs checking in from the adjacent campground. The Best Western at Zion is by far your best bet in this price range. In fact I've had better service at Youth Hostels,National Park Campgrounds and MOTEL 6!!!!!!!!!! Save your money.
After reading the revies that are all over the place, I'll share mine. We called EVERY hotel in AAA book and all were booked except this one, so we walked in. Owner was very nice to us. This hotel is combined with a rv park so there is a great little store attached and washer/dryers. Great for us! The room/hallway smelled like bleach.
Breakfast was good-the room is small. A good deal though.
I made a reservation at the Quality Inn hotel at Springdale, Utah, for the night of July 18th. We arrived at the hotel around 11pm, after a long and tiring drive. It turned out that the reception was closed. In fact I went by the hotel 3 times until I realized that the dark place is, in fact, the reception. Eventually I found a booth with an envelope in my name, with a key, saying that I should drive down to building A, giving me my room number. The only caveat was that that building did not have a room with that number. (I guess the family of roaches that crossed our way as we walked towards the building should have been a bad sign). We went up and down the stairs (wtith our luggage), and tried the adjacent building, to no avail. We even tried each door in the building, none of them yielded. Eventually one of the hotel guests, who went out for some ice, tried to help us. He also could not find the room, of course, so eventually he called the hotel number, and was forwarded to someone who said he would come by and help. Indeed eventually someone showed up, and told us that there was a mistake, and we are in a different building and in a different room. We had to carry our luggage to the other building, again up the stairs (no attempt to help from this man). I asked him what his position was and he said he was the owner, and he was sorry for the mistake, made by one of his employees. I said that he, as owner, is responsible for these mistake, and he said that, in that case, he would be happy to check us out and have us go to another hotel. Frankly, if it were not midnight and we were all exausted, I would have immediately done that, as I have never heard such a rude response in a hotel in the US.
Somebody mentioned here the breakfast. Indeed the waffles would have been good, if only there was any space to sit down and eat them. In fact the small room was full of people who ended up eating standing up or sitting on the floor.
Overall, a terrible experience. The next day I paid extra to stay in the Zion Lodge, and it was worth every penny.
The whole experience was awesome, from the moment I talked to Stew on the phone.. The whole staff was filled with the aloha spirit. Breakfast was mmmmm great!! The hotel was clean, We slept like baby's as we felt totally safe in the environment. I cant wait to return to such a beautiful place. Zion is heavenly and QUALITY INN made our trip just perfect.
BIG THANKS WITH LOVE & ALOHA....
Toni , Las Vegas, NV
This park spans 229 square miles and it is located at the basin of the Colorado Plateau, Great Basin, and
Mojave Desert. Visitors here can experience great hiking, camping, climbing, horseback riding, and snow skiing.
Quality Inn and Suites Springdale is located one mile from the entrance to Zion National Park eight miles from the
Grafton Ghost Town, and approximately 175 miles from Las Vegas McCarran International Airport. This location is also within walking ...
Furnished in the style & elegance of famous authors center of town. Amenities:Telephone. Non Smoking Rooms. Hotel Details:10 Rooms. Common/Public
Areas Accessible to Wheelchairs. Common Area Wireless Access.