The Coyote Inn at the Green Valley Spa is the ultimate St. George Utah hotel. The staff at the Inn provides its guest with a St. George lodging experience that is second to none. Its awards are almost too numerous too mention. However, they include:
- Best Fitness Program
- Best Hiking
- Best Weight Loss Program
- Best Destination Spa in Utah
- Best Value for the Money
Amenities at this superb St. George Utah hotel include large suites stocked with bottled water, Starbucks coffee, and Green Valley Spa's own famous skin care products. These skin care products are made from ancient mineralized sea salts, rare crushed pearls, and olive oil, as well as other natural ingredients.
The Coyote Inn is a St. George Utah hotel that may well be a hard act to follow. However, if you are looking for a somewhat simpler Saint George lodging experience, take a look at the Coronada Inn and Suites. This affordable St. George Utah hotel features comfortable suites with stocked kitchenettes, high speed internet, in room VCRs and many other wonderful amenities.
Golfers in search of Saint George Utah lodging would do quite well at the Guest House International Inn and Suites. A number of excellent Golf and Stay packages are offered at this centrally located Saint George Utah hotel. If you plan to enjoy a challenging golf game, or if you are thinking about hiking in the nearby national parks, think about booking one of the Jacuzzi rooms at the Guest House International Inn and Suites.
Some of you may be looking for a St. George Bed and Breakfast as opposed to a Saint George Utah hotel. Greetings, Pilgrims, your search has ended. Check out the Seven Wives Inn. We’re sure that you caught the humor in the name of this St. George Utah bed and Breakfast. Read about its history.
Seven Wives Inn is made up of two neighboring homes and a cottage in St. George's historical district. After polygamy was outlawed in 1882, Edwin G. Woolley, who built the larger house in 1873, began to hide polygamists in the attic via a secret door. One of these polygamists, Benjamin F. Johnson, is actually an ancestor of the innkeepers. Yes, he really did have seven wives. While you may not have seven wives serving you at this St. George Bed and Breakfast, the helpful staff will provide for many of your needs. Box lunches can be prepared and massages are available after a hard day in Utah’s great outdoors.