Stayed here with some friends from the UK whilst driving from Denver to Las Vegas. Pulled in off the freeway for somewhere to stay after driving all day. Everywhere in the services area was massively overpriced or fully booked. So drive a mile down the road of it to find this. Turned up on the door and got a double queen room for $80. Wifi was free, and the price of the room included a breakfast (which looked terrible so we skipped it).
Apparently it had a pool but arrived too late at night and left too early to use it. The TV was the oldest thing I have seen in a hotel for many years. Room was clean and OK and had a fridge which was handy.
Fine for a pitstop on a journey.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel is an example of timeless Swiss Architecture featuring beautiful brickwork throughout the property. The halls are lined with exceptional artwork giving an Art Gallery atmosphere. Each room is tastefully decorated with the work of a local ceramic artist and is spacious and not cluttered with over sized furniture but has a European feeling. We cater to the traveler in a personal manner and a desire to please. Each Guest is treated as a VIP. This is a full service Hotel with a fine Mexican Restaurant on the property and several Conference Rooms. The Hotel is a cherished Landmark in the Southern Utah Area. You will be treated to amenities such as night mints, free bottled water, and candy. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Richfield Days Inn
- Days Inn Richfield Utah