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at SpringHill Suites Springdale Zion National Park

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Four of stayed for 2 nights in a Q/Q room. Staff was friendly and Doug knows his hikes. The room was simple and clean--and...
... stop on a long road trip. We were sorely disappointed. Our room was not ready until an hour after the posted 3pm check in...
... took us around 5 minutes to drive to the entrance. Our room was facing the back of the hotel, with a pretty view of the...
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Hi, do all rooms have balconies or just the larger suites, a balcony is important to us Thanks
Answer from Gal_Anonim_Wawa
Sep 2017 |
Sorry for the late answer. Our room did not have a balcony.

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Fearless783139 wrote a review Mar 2021
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Four of stayed for 2 nights in a Q/Q room. Staff was friendly and Doug knows his hikes. The room was simple and clean--and they've done a nice job adjusting to Covid with individual breakfast items to go (think cereal, egg/sausage muffins, bananas, oatmeal, etc). Location is great and rooms are clean and simple. Stayed here when it opened a few years ago and the property is well maintained. Walking distance to local shops. The only real con is bottled water. Due to some combination of Covid and being environmentally friendly, there are no complimentary water bottles--although you can refill your own in the lobby--so not all is lost. For $400+/night during peak times, it would be more customer friendly to offer 2 bottles per room or provide an inexpensive refillable bottle for those that ask.

One other note about Zion businesses, restaurants--and it may be a result of Covid or just peak traffic--very few restaurants or hotels answer their phones quickly without putting you on hold--on some didn't answer at all. Plan in advance or go into place orders.... it became a comedy calling places and having no one answer...
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Date of stay: March 2021
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Response from Daisy Hobbs, General Manager at SpringHill Suites Springdale Zion National Park
Responded 4 days ago
Thank you for your recent stay with us, and we sincerely appreciate you returning for a second visit to Zion!! I see our missed opportunity based on your comments, we didn't offer to show our refillable water bottles that are available in the market, my apologies! We too feel that a refillable option is so critical in our sensitive desert/Park environment. Again, we appreciate your choice to stay with us and we hope to see you for a third trip~
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Noelle W wrote a review Mar 2021
Albuquerque, New Mexico4 contributions
After all the ratings and reviews I saw, we were so looking forward to this last stop on a long road trip. We were sorely disappointed. Our room was not ready until an hour after the posted 3pm check in time. The property is old and shabby compared the photos online. The mask mandate was not enforced. The pet fees were outrageously high and did not allow us to leave our dogs crated in the room while we visited the park. The woman at check in lectured me for about 20 minutes regarding my dogs, so I did not feel welcome at all. Noise from the hall and the parking lot was broadcast into our room. We tried two different rooms at check in, but they both smelled like rotten tomato sauce. I think the HVAC pulls in the smell from the Italian restaurant nearby. The room looked nothing like the photos. It was cramped and awkwardly laid out. The patios and balconies in the pictures only apply to upgraded rooms. I saw several employees wandering around inside the building maskless. The "breakfast" was just heated up Jimmy Dean sandwiches, which ran out an hour in. The view from our oom looked directly at the parking lot and more distantly at the construction site that was ongoing during our stay. We were so deeply disappointed that we cut our trip short just so we could check out early.
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Date of stay: March 2021
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Response from Daisy Hobbs, General Manager at SpringHill Suites Springdale Zion National Park
Responded 2 weeks ago
I am so sorry to read about all of these concerns from your recent visit with us. I can see this was a very disappointing experience for you. I would like to be available to you to discuss the trip, please contact the hotel and ask for Daisy.
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clfam wrote a review Mar 2021
Seal Beach, California17 contributions4 helpful votes
We stayed for 3 days in January, while visiting the park. Great location, took us around 5 minutes to drive to the entrance. Our room was facing the back of the hotel, with a pretty view of the surrounding landscape. There is a restaurant within walking distance, during warmer weather, you can venture to the main road to eat and shop. The staff did a great job with breakfast during Covid. I would definitely stay here again.
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Date of stay: January 2021
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Response from Daisy Hobbs, General Manager at SpringHill Suites Springdale Zion National Park
Responded 4 weeks ago
It's very nice to read about your stay, I am happy that you enjoyed the hotel and the town. We will be here and ready for your next visit!
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Doug wrote a review Mar 2021
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When my wife and I checked in on Feb 18, we were given keys to a room on the first floor with a king bed. As we started the unpacking process, we saw some movement from the corner of our eyes. It turns out we were not the only ones in the room. There was a rodent there to welcome its new guests. I have attached photos of them well. It was a bit of an unpleasant experience but I quickly called Bailey at the front desk to notify her and repacked our things. Meanwhile it made its way to the bathroom.
Upon talking to the front desk, we were ultimately given another room but because apparently all king rooms were sold out, my wife and I had to settle with a double bed room on the other side of the hotel.
I like to pride myself on being kind to the ones that work in customer service and I assured Bailey, the individual at the front desk, that we understand that things happen and that we'd have to accept the situation of staying in a double bedroom. She assured us the that the GM would reach out to us.
While we did not experience any other issues from our stay, we never heard an anything from the GM nor did we receive an apology. In fact, I even emailed the GM about experience and sent a video of the rodent but I never received a response. I thought that was a shame because I thought it was an opportunity for the hotel to reach out and exercise customer service.
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Date of stay: February 2021
Room Tip: Ask for a room on the second or third floor as there would be less of a chance for rodents.
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Response from Daisy Hobbs, General Manager at SpringHill Suites Springdale Zion National Park
Responded 5 Mar 2021
Your description of this recent experience is so disappointing, I am very sorry that this is what happened to you and your wife during your stay. Your email did not reach me as intended, and I missed an opportunity to be of assistance. The team was given the concerns you noted about the rodent and the room move and will use your feedback constructively for future service. This is certainly not the experience that my team strives to deliver and we offer our deepest apology to you and your wife.
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El Dorado wrote a review Jan 2021
Los Angeles, California255 contributions161 helpful votes
Gets the job done. The lobby is pretty, but it's set up more of a way where you drive near your hotel room and enter from the side if that makes sense. The hotel is close to the zion entrance as well.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Response from Daisy Hobbs, General Manager at SpringHill Suites Springdale Zion National Park
Responded 13 Feb 2021
We thank you for choosing to stay with us on your trip to Zion, and we do appreciate your feedback.
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bettyUK asked a question Aug 2017
Bedford UK413 contributions138 helpful votes
Hi, do all rooms have balconies or just the larger suites, a balcony is important to us Thanks
Answer from Gal_Anonim_Wawa
Sep 2017 |
Sorry for the late answer. Our room did not have a balcony.
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