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Ok first off this is hands down the nicest room I have stayed at by any national park!! The attention to detail is amazing. Timothy was my front desk guy and he was so helpful. Since I came during the winter months a lot of...More
The Desert Pearl is one of my favorite hotels ever. The rooms are immaculate and nearly twice as big as a normal hotel room. We had two queens and a pull out sofa bed with plenty of room to spare. The kitchen area is a...More
We have stayed at the Desert Pearl twice while visiting Zion and have enjoyed it immensely. We intentionally made Zion our last stop on the Mighty Five tour because we knew how relaxing this place was. It is close to restaurants and shops and has...More
Very good location in Springdale just outside the park. Walking distance everywhere- to Oscars for breakfast, Spotted Dog for dinner, grocery store etc.
Room on the second floor was huge and they had it nicely heated when we checked in on a chilly night.
I have so many great thoughts about this place that it's hard to know where to start. Three girlfriends from different parts of the U.S. were headed to a photography workshop in Zion. (We stay in the park for that) But the one person from...More
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We took a shuttle from the airport to the car rental area just south of the airport and it was only a few turns out of there till we were right on Interstate 15. The drive is easy to navigate but did take longer than we had... More
We took a shuttle from the airport to the car rental area just south of the airport and it was only a few turns out of there till we were right on Interstate 15. The drive is easy to navigate but did take longer than we had planned and we did drive it at night.There is a time change of an hour from Vegas to Springdale and we stopped in St. George for groceries along the way. Apart from the obvious of missing the beautiful view driving in, it wasnt too bad. The last stretch on Hwy 9 was super dark and had some curves but we just took our time.