We drove up from Scottsdale to visit Zion National Park. When scouting out for a Hotel nearby, I saw positive mentions of this Hotel regarding it being pet friendly. If you are like me, that is the on... more
We drove up from Scottsdale to visit Zion National Park. When scouting out for a Hotel nearby, I saw positive mentions of this Hotel regarding it being pet friendly. If you are like me, that is the only thing that matters if you are traveling with a four-legged friend.
We arrived late in the evening and check-in was easy. It was an extra $20/night to register your dog. I noticed a sign at the desk mentioning a fine of $100+ to anyone trying to circumvent the animal policy, so don't try it, I guess. Parking is free, right out front, register your vehicle at the desk.
We were in a 2nd floor room, #216 if I remember right. We only had handbags and backpacks, but I am sure the elevator is appreciated by those with luggage.
Room was fine, it wasn't the Ritz but it was clean and comfortable. Had a little difficulty getting all of our devices online with the code provided, and once on, the speeds weren't great, but good enough to browse.
Bed was comfy and slept well, but wasn't a fan of the tiny square pillows.
Due to COVID, the breakfast option was closed and we were provided with a to-go bagged breakfast. We bought some snacks from the gas station right across the street as well.
All in all, I thought it was good value for what we paid. Was about a hundy for the room and an extra 20 for the dog. Both my wife and I were satisfied with the Hotel and the Room and if we find ourselves back in the area, will definitely look to book here.
Thanks for having us. less