St. George, Utah, is a beautiful city located in the heart of the red rock country. It is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, with towering red rock canyons, proximity to national and state parks, and a variety of recreational activities, such as hiking, biking, rock climbing, and golf. But all these visitors need somewhere to stay. Luckily, the choices for accommodations are endless.
St. George is a favorite Utah destination for our family and one we visit often. We love the charming downtown, hiking the Petrified Dunes in Snow Canyon, climbing the Moki steps on the Red Reef Trail, biking the many trails through town, and the huge variety of parks.
If you are planning a trip and need a place to stay, St. George is home to a number of unique and interesting accommodations. Whether you are looking for a luxurious hotel, a rustic cabin, or a charming bed and breakfast, you are sure to find the perfect place to rest your head in St. George.
Read on for a list of the 10 most unique stays in St. George, Utah:
1. The Inn at Entrada
The Inn at Entrada is a luxury boutique resort located inside the private, gated golf community of Entrada in St. George, Utah. It is perfectly located near the entrance to the stunning Snow Canyon State Park. The Inn at Entrada features luxurious casitas with stunning and breathtaking views, each featuring jetted tubs, a private garage, a patio, and a fireplace. The Inn at Entrada features a variety of amenities, including a spa, tennis courts, fitness center, game room, basketball courts, golf course, and multiple restaurants. Price range: ~$300-$500 per night.
2. The Mulberry Inn
Step back in time to 1873 as you stay in this Historic mansion (book here) located in the center of Downtown St. George. This bed and breakfast has been restored to its original beauty and offers gourmet breakfasts and relaxing themed rooms for its guests. Price range: ~$150-$250 per night.
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3. Red Cliffs National Conservation Area Campground
This year-round campground offers 11 campsites with shade shelters, picnic tables, grills, and water. If you are looking to get away in a truly breathtaking location, this is it! The Red Cliffs area is known for its beautiful trails for hikers and mountain bikers alike. We suggest checking out the Red Reef Trail if you choose to camp here. Camp Fees are ~$15 a night plus a reservation fee, and must be paid in advance at recreation.gov. Stays are limited to 14 days.
4. Inn on the Cliff
Looking for a room with a view? Get all of that and more with a stay at the Inn on the Cliff (book here) in St. George. The perfect stay for any occasion, this Inn offers luxurious rooms with a contemporary style. Enjoy the views on your own private balcony and relax in the pool and hot tub. Don’t forget to stop at the Cliffside Restaurant for an incredible upscale meal. If you are looking for a luxurious hotel with stunning views and excellent service, the Inn on the Cliff is the perfect choice for you. Prices range from ~$150-300 a night.
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5. Snow Canyon State Park Campground
This beautiful campground located in Snow Canyon State Park is surrounded by towering sandstone cliffs, red lava rock formations, and lush desert vegetation. It is a popular destination for campers, hikers, bikers, and other outdoor enthusiasts. This year-round campground has 29 campsites, including 14 RV sites with water and electrical hookups. All campsites have a picnic table, fire ring, and barbecue grill. There are also flush toilets, hot showers, and an RV dump station available.
Pricing is ~$20 per night for tent sites and ~$25 per night for RV sites with hookups. There is also a ~$10 day-use fee for vehicles entering the park. Reservations can be made online or by calling the Utah State Parks and Recreation office.
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6. Red Mountain Resort
Red Mountain Resort (book here) is a world-class wellness retreat and adventure destination located next to Snow Canyon State Park. Red Mountain Resort offers guests the perfect opportunity to relax, rejuvenate, and reconnect with nature. The resort features beautifully designed rooms and villa suites, with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. Guests can also enjoy a variety of amenities, including a full-service spa, fitness center, outdoor pool, and award-winning restaurant.
Red Mountain Resort is known for its extensive selection of guided outdoor activities, including hiking, biking, rock climbing, and yoga. The resort also offers a variety of wellness programs, such as nutrition counseling, cooking classes, and meditation workshops. Price Range is ~$250-600.
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7. Holmstead Ranch Resort
Homestead Ranch Resort is a unique destination resort located in Central, Utah. It is nestled in the foothills of the Pine Valley Mountains, offering stunning views and a variety of outdoor activities. Including close proximity to Gunlock State Park and the famous and elusive Gunlock Falls. Homestead Ranch Resort offers a variety of lodging options, including luxury cabins, rustic glamping cabins, and Conestoga covered wagons.
The resort offers a man-made lake for swimming, boating, and fishing. Hiking and biking trails nearby, pickleball, basketball, and horseshoes, a heated pool, hot tub, and fire pits. The resort also offers guided horseback rides, ATV tours, and more! Pricing is ~$150-$800.
8. Veyo Pool & Crawdad Canyon
Veyo Pool & Crawdad Canyon is a private desert oasis located in Veyo, Utah, just minutes north of St. George. It is a popular destination for families and groups looking to escape the heat and enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. The resort is home to a large, spring-fed pool that is perfect for swimming, cooling off, and floating around on a hot day. The pool is surrounded by lush greenery and towering rock cliffs, creating a truly scenic setting.
The resort also offers rock climbing, crawdad catching, hiking, camping, and restaurants. Pricing is ~$200- $300 for the home on the property. Camping reservations run around ~$45 a night.
9. The Advenire, Autograph Collection
The Advenire, Autograph Collection is a luxury boutique hotel located in the heart of St. George, Utah. It is the first and only full-service hotel in Greater Zion and is known for its stylish design, thoughtful amenities, and stunning views of the red rock landscape.
The hotel features guest rooms and suites, all of which are designed with comfort and convenience in mind. Each room is equipped with a king-size bed, a spacious bathroom with a walk-in shower, and a private balcony or patio. The Advenire offers a fitness center, a rooftop terrace with a soaking whirlpool, and an award-winning restaurant, wood. ash. rye. The hotel also has a bike valet service, making it easy for guests to explore the many biking trails in the area. Pricing is ~$300-$500.
10. Sand Hollow State Park Campground
Sand Hollow Campground is a popular camping destination located in Sand Hollow State Park. The campground is situated on the shores of Sand Hollow Reservoir, offering stunning views of the surrounding red sandstone cliffs and dunes.
The campground has over 150 campsites, including both tent and RV sites. Some of the sites have full hookups, while others have water and electric hookups only. There are also a few group sites available. All campsites have a picnic table, fire ring, and grill. The campground is also equipped with a number of amenities, including restrooms, showers, a dump station, and a playground. There is also a concession stand that sells firewood, ice, and other camping supplies. Prices run from ~$35-$50 depending on campsite type. Reserve a campsite at reserveamerica.com.
No matter where you stay in or near St. George, you will have an incredible wealth of outdoor exploration minutes away! Whether you hike through Snow Canyon, explore Red Cliffs, take a detour to Zion, or shop downtown, St. George truly has it all.
Don’t forget that St. George is only about an hour from Zion National Park. Planning to visit Zion and need a game plan? Check out our itinerary.
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