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Hotels in Cedar City near Cedar City, UT (CDC-Cedar City Regional)

Cedar City, UT (CDC-Cedar City Regional) Hotels

Cedar City Regional Airport (CDC) is a small airfield close to the quaint college town of Cedar City, which lies deep in southern Utah’s National Park-filled landscape of other-worldly red rocks. Although it’s a small travel hub, Cedar City Airport’s a handy gateway for outdoor adventurers looking to explore Bryce Canyon National Park, or the deep green Kolob Canyons of Zion National Park.

Hotels in Cedar City, UT (CDC-Cedar City Regional)

If you’re looking for convenient hotels near Cedar City Airport, you won’t be disappointed. Plenty of cheap and cheerful motels and inns, as well as 3-star chain hotels, are within a short drive of the airport. Some boast outdoor pools, and many provide WiFi, a 24-hour lobby, and car parking. If you’re looking for something more homely, a handful of independent guesthouses make for a cozier alternative to the well-known chains.

Where to stay

While there aren’t any hotels linked to the airport itself, you’ll not have far to travel to find a room for the night. Head towards the interstate and you’ll find plenty of motels and hotels dotted around. Further into Cedar City, there are family-run hotels and B&Bs close to the historic main street, where you can wander between shops, cafés, and pubs, some of which have live music nights.

How to get to Cedar City, UT (CDC-Cedar City Regional)

You can fly to Cedar City Airport from Salt Lake City, and once you’re at the airport you can hop in a cab for a 5-minute drive to the nearest hotels, or a 10-minute drive to central Cedar City. There are some car hire agencies close to the airport if you prefer to be independent and see the immense Utah landscape for yourself.