Overall, the facilities were very comfortable and we enjoyed our stay a lot. I really have to commend the staff for their friendliness, helpfullness and professionalism. Pretty much everyone we interacted with was teriffic.
I absolutely hated the toilets in the units. We had a two bed/bath unit and both toilets were spacesavers and are very difficult to use.
Surrounded by cactus gardens, sandstone spires, and a rich pioneer history, this tranquil desert sanctuary rests far away from the bustle of everyday life. WorldMark St. George is located deep in the heart of Utahs Dixie country, a region of monumental wonders brushed with subtle, sun-drenched colors. From dinosaurs to the Anasazi, many creatures and cultures have left their mark on the regionbut it is the slow erosion of sandstone that has created the most remarkable imprint. With 150,000 acres to explore, take a hike through the canyon trails of Zion National Park, walk in the footsteps of the dinosaurs at the Johnsons Farm archeological site, or spend the day exploring Anasazi petroglyphs. Two and a half hours of driving will take you to the sculpted stone of Bryce Canyon. Offering spacious one-, two- and three-bedroom resort suites that comfortably sleep between four and eight guests in 868 - 1,362 square feet. Resort suites feature one king bed in the master, two twin beds or one queen bed in the guest rooms and a queen Murphy bed in the living area. You will appreciate the privacy of separate bedrooms, the convenience of a full kitchen, and the money-saving advantages of having a washer/dryer in each suite. Plus, separate living/dining areas and a balcony or patio with a gas barbecue grill for mouthwatering cookouts under the desert sky.
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