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What you should know about St. George

St. George has stunning natural surroundings, with two national parks close by and the Nujabe Desert to the south, that make this city so popular year after year. Nestled in a valley in Utah’s Dixie, a region famous for growing cotton, tobacco, and other cash crops, St. George has grown to become a hot spot for residents and tourists alike. There’s a great range of golf courses available, alongside trails across the red, rocky desert and endless canyons and a few unique cultural sites within the city.

Hotels in St. George


The city has an abundance of accommodation available. Choose from comfortable 3-star rooms, or keep your stay well within budget with a discount St. George hotel. Hotels are predominantly located along the Veterans Memorial Highway and St George’s Boulevard to the north, providing easy access to other sites in the region. The highly-rated St. George Inn & Suites, as well as the Crystal Inn Hotel & Suites St. George, offer great-value rooms to the south of the city. Extra perks here include fitness centers and outdoor pools. However, for a great budget hotel in St. George, check out the cozy Chalet Motel on the north side of the city.

Things to see in St. George


This city has Mormon roots, and this is clear to see from the impressive St. George Temple, a bright white beacon in the town built in the 19th century. Although you can’t step into the temple itself unless you’re already a member of the church, you can look around the fascinating visitor’s center which details the history of the oldest Mormon temple in Utah. Another key site around the foundation of the city is the Brigham Young Winter Home Historical Site. Young, the former leader of the Latter-Day Saints, made it his mission to help Mormon settlers develop the town in the seemingly uninhabitable dry and dusty environment. Explore his former home, preserved as it was more than 150 years ago. In addition, this desert landscape offers some spectacular views. Visit the Pioneer Park to the north—a stunning collection of crimson-red rock formations—to take advantage of them.

Good for families


With great natural beauty spots to explore, as well as cultural and historical sites in the city, families will have plenty of opportunity for all sorts of activities in these rocky plains when they travel in St. George. Rent ATVs and go wild across the dusty, open landscape, or go trekking across the mountainous national parks. Alternately, take it easy with a round of golf, or relax at a comfortable St. George hotel. Budget travelers can also pick up a great St. George hotel deal to save even more on their journey, with a choice of parks to visit all within traveling distance.

How to get to St. George


The quickest route to St. George is via a flight to McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. From here, it takes just over 2 hours to reach the city by car. You can also take the St. George shuttle bus, although this will have to be booked in advance, which may be a cheaper option. Drivers within the U.S. can take the I-15 from Las Vegas or Salt Lake City to reach the town directly. SunTran provides bus services throughout the city that also connect St. George to other great locations, such as Hurricane.

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