$49 in August 2012. If your #1 priority is a fancy new motel then look elsewhere; but you probably won't find it anyway for this price. This hotel had a few extras, like a small refrigerator, microwave, and a nice TV with cable. The girl at the desk was friendly and professional, as was the manager. Breakfast was fine too. Very good value for the price.
$66 in August 2012. This hotel had a kitchenette and a nice TV with cable with lots of movie channels. It is a bit older though and had no phone (?) and no trashcan (?). If the budget is your main concern (or the kitchenette if you are staying longer term) this is a decent option; otherwise, there is a Holiday Inn Express in town.
In the middle of downtown.
This was a decent Days Inn with good ammenities and a decent continental breakfast. A little toward the upper price range for "budget". Not a bad place to spend the night; just nothing to give it the extra star.
This is an old-style motel that has been owned by the same family since 1972. It is also one of the least expensive places to stay in Springdale, but unlike the other place this one is clean. My room had the normal ammenities plus a small refrigerator and a microwave. Comfortable bed to. The staff was nice and friendly. A good choice for anyone wanting to go to Zion National Park, who is on a tight budget.
The shuttle for Zion National Park stops right next door. Plenty of reataurants and bars nearby.
I had planned to spend the night in Fillmore but the Best Western was overpriced with a rude desk clerk and the independents looked run down. Also a local I talked to said one of the independents was where they placed people just out of county lockup and drug rehab.
I decided to continue on and drove North on Interstate 15 to the small town (Population under 300) of Scipio. There I spotted the Scipio Motel which looked fairly nice from the outside. I went in and asked the desk clerk about a room. He seemed nice enough and with my military discount the room was $60. My room was large (extra size due to being a handicapped room) and had a small refirgerator and a microwave. Not bad for the price. I think it is the only motel in town but I would stay here again, anyway.
This is a nice independently owned hotel. I like the wood accents. The furniture in the room looked homey and there was carving on the headboard and around the mirror. The room was clean and the staff friendly. This is also about the least expensive motel near Bryce Canyon National Park. Price for the room includes a discount on breakfast at the restaurant owned by the same people. In addition to rooms they have cabins for about $10 more.
This is one of the old-style motels where you park right in front of the room. You can tell the facilities are older; but they try and keep them in good shape. There were no extras but everything worked and it was better than where I stayed the night before in Blanding, UT, and it was cheap for Moab. It is locally owned and the staff was nice and helpful. I would stay here again.
Outdoor pool, continental breakfast.
This is a pretty nice Super 8. The pool and pool area is extra nice. It had all the normal ammenities: microwave, refrigerator, wi-fi, continental breakfast and the staff was pretty nice. Price was very low for what I got.
I frequently stay at a Super 8 or a Days Inn because they are cheap yet they are a step up from the bottom. They usually have a few extras like a small refrigerator and a microwave, and they have a continental breakfast. This one had none of the above. It did have a rude owner/manager though. The air conditioning was very weak and the Internet hit or miss. At least the room was clean. Avoid! There must be better places in town.
There is a good restaurant next door (see my tip)
A run of the mill typical, on the street place but very clean room with TV, coffee machine. Motel is right on Center street and close to all amenities in Kanab. There is a pool, nut only for use in July/August.
Apparently the place was originally owned by Brigham Young, he of "this is the place" fame and controversial president of the LDS church for over 30 years.
We paid $56 inc. tax but w/o b'fast for a double.
We spent a winter night in this most comfortable of old homes. The Osborne Inn built originally to house guests was for many years used for a single family. Recently purchased and rededicated as a bed and breakfast this home continues to provide comfort and cheer to those who stay. The innkeeper Barbara is helpful, and easy going. On a cold winter night the fire in the old stove in the parlor welcomed us in and warmed us up. We truly felt like guests in a friends home. The private bath had all we needed.
Breakfast the next morning was on our time schedule and our choice from a small menu. The parlor was full of books and games, a piano and soft chairs.
The Osborne Inn welcomed us into the historic Spring City. It was a marvelous way to spend some time wandering the small town and exploring the historic buildings, homes and businesses located there. Right next door is the studio and shop for Joe Bennion, potter. Within walking distance is the town center and spring for which the town is named.
Young friendly owners welcomed us in and helped with information. I had already stayed here once before a few years ago. Rooms were as clean and neat as before, plus the price doesn't seem to have gone up that much.
We paid $42.82 for the night w/o breakfast, tax inc.
Nothing outstanding but a very comfy and quiet nights sleep.
Cable Mountain Lodge is a pretty hotel just at the entrance of Zion National Park. The rooms are clean and roomy and the hotel staff is very nice and attentive. There are beautiful red rock mountains surrounding the hotel and a creek flowing behind the hotel. A nice place to stay when visiting Zion.
After deciding for a stay in Kanab during our trip in Utah/Arizona, we knew for sure it would be in Parry Lodge. Since staying in ‘little Hollywood’ and not choosing Parry Lodge would be a ‘mistake’.
Already in 1931a lovely Colonial Home was turned into a tourist lodge and restaurant by the Parry brothers. Parry Lodge was born and the movie business was about to take off. Over the next five decades the lodge served as headquarters for films and ^TV-shows and lots of movie stars stayed in the lodge.
Especially the old part of Parry Lodge with the front desk, lobby and dining room looks has a lot of charm with its more or less outdated interior, chandeliers, autographed photos and notes of famous movie stars. It is just like stepping back in time.
Most of the rooms are situated behind the main building in a quiet setting far away from the highway. All rooms are named after movie stars; we had room 176 – the Omar Shariff Room. This spacious room has a king size bed, which was OK. Room and bathroom were clean.
There is also a pool area and it was nice just sitting and swimming after a day of ‘hot’ sightseeing.
The Old Barn Theatre on the premises of the lodge once was a stable for the ‘movie horses’, but nowadays a movie theatre. After dinner we watched a (part of) a western movie, which was filmed around Kanab. This service is for free for guests !!
The next morning we had our breakfast(buffet) - basic/good value - in the dining room of Parry Lodge; as a guest we got a nice discount and had to pay just ‘a couple of dollars’.
The charm and atmosphere of the old main building, linked with modern facilities for an affordable price.
El Rio Lodge has been closed. The owner of El Rio Lodge builds a new supermarket on site, which we be the only supermarket in town. Just apity this most affordable motel (for budget travellers is closed.
“You get what you pay for.”
That is what their website says. And I think it is the truth. We had one of the cheaper rooms and paid about USD 66,- (tax included) for one night. For such rates we didn’t expect all kind of frills.
We had a room on the ground floor with chairs to sit on the terrace. The room – accessible by a glass sliding door - is not very spacious; it has TV, microwave and airco (although a little bit noisy). Our bed was quite comfortable and we slept quite well !!
People at the front desk – it has also a small gift shop - were not too friendly, but you only see them when checking in.
The location of El Rio Lodge is for free: almost in the centre of Springdale, close to restaurants, opposite to a gas station with a small ‘supermarket’, there is a stop of the shuttle bus almost in front of your room. We had our breakfast in a small café: Mean Bean Coffee House, a stone’s throw away from the motel.
We stayed only one day in Springdale and El Rio Lodge was just for our night rest.
And we got what we paid for: an affordable no frills lodge !!
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