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From the outside, this motel looked like it came right out of the 1950/1960s but when entering the rooms, it is obvious that they come with modern amenities. It has a lot of charm and is just a nice place to hang out.
My boyfriend and I stayed at Quail Park Lodge during a Thanksgiving road trip. We found it to be a very good value. We stayed in one of the two-room suites. The room was clean and comfortable. It had a fridge, a microwave, and a...More
Clean, completely remodeled, hotel-quality amenities... All perfect! Beds were super comfy and linens were lovely, the bathroom fixtures were modern contemporary and the place is spic and span. The continental breakfast was perfect, eggs, saussages, French Toast, and a nice choice of coffees/teas. Book this...More
Quail Park is a recently renovated motel. We loved the retro vibe and modern amenities. Our room was quiet and very clean. This property has a pool, offers complimentary bikes, Direct TV and high speed wifi. We found the property manager to be very kind...More
Stayed here recently, on our drive from Zion to Mesa Verde. Really loved the retro vibe! Rooms are nicely appointed and hotel is conveniently located on the main street (can easily walk to several restaurants in town). We'll certainly return!!
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Utah's outdoor pool season runs Memorial Day to Labor Day due mostingly to insurance liability issues but usually this is for rec centers and public facilities. Private facilities, i.e., hotels can stay open later dependent... More
Utah's outdoor pool season runs Memorial Day to Labor Day due mostingly to insurance liability issues but usually this is for rec centers and public facilities. Private facilities, i.e., hotels can stay open later dependent on weather and that usually dictates. So watch the weatherman! Hope this helps.