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Best Western Coral Hills

Welcome to the Best Western Coral Hills where guests will find the best in customer service, amenities and accommodations all for an affordable rate. Guests staying at this Saint George hotel will be near four national parks and the St. George Historic District.

The Best Western Coral Hills proudly offers 98 spaciously-appointed guest rooms each complete with cable satellite television with HBO® and Disney® and free high-speed Internet access. Luxury suites with spa are also available. Guests will wake each morning to a complimentary full, hot breakfast. This Saint George hotel’s additional amenities include an outdoor heated swimming pool, spa, water fountain & children’s wading pool (March-October) and fully equipped exercise facility.

The Best Western Coral Hills is close to a variety of Summer and Winter activities including golfing, hiking, mountain biking and fishing. Guests often choose this Saint George hotel when attending the Saint George Marathon, Ironman, and soccer events. The Dixie Convention Center and the Tuacahn Outdoor Theater are also conveniently near this hotel.

For superior customer service and a convenient location in Saint George, make a reservation at this Utah hotel today.

Packages & Special Offers

At Best Western Coral Hills, we offer a variety of entertainment and golf packages to enhance your vacation. Click here to view our packages!

Sunset Time Lapse at Zion National Park

Beautiful sunset in Zion National Park

Reasons To Visit St. George

St. George is like the Vegas of Utah, except a lot less wild and a lot more beauty! It’s the place everyone wants to visit or move to. With moderate winters, Zion right down the road (basically) and over 300 days of sunshine, it’s hard to imagine why someone wouldn’t want to come to St. George for at least a weekend!

Things To Do

St. George is full of fun things to do, some of those things are events that the community holds, some are just out there for you to enjoy. For example, once a month on the first Friday, St. George holds “George Street Fest”. This is an event that helps local businesses by allowing them to have booths for visitors to come and check out. There is live music, food trucks and so much more! Every George Street Fest is unique in its own way.
There are a lot of things for kids to do here as well, with water parks, Fiesta Fun, Laser Mania, The Children’s Museum and more! You’ll never run out of things for the kiddos to do!

Places To Eat

This is something that St. George prides itself on. There are a plethora of different restaurants that are locally owned or franchised. Either way, there are so many options for dining that it makes it nearly impossible to choose where you want to eat! What keeps a lot of visitors coming back are our locally owned and operated restaurants, such as Cappelettis or Durangos! Dining in St. George is a wonderful experience.

Sights To See

One of the main reasons people keep coming to St. George is for it’s captivating and breathtaking landscapes. Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon and Snow Canyon State Park are all within a very short distance of St. George. Making this one of the top places to stay when you are looking for some good family fun adventure and stunning sights.

St. George, Utah
Photo Credit: Lindsey on flickr

Relaxation

St. George is home to some of the best spas in Utah, with amazing staff that are extremely kind, caring and professional. Not only does that help with the relaxation side of things, but did someone say golf? That’s right, here in sunny St. George golfing is a year round sport due to our mild climate in the winters. So for top notch relaxation, it’s no wonder people choose to visit St. George.

There are many more reasons people choose to visit St. George, it’s a small town with a big city feel, all while maintaining the beautiful natural surroundings.

Family Activities In St. George

When it comes down to it, we really cannot think of a reason why people would not enjoy coming to St. George. It is the perfect family vacation spot year round! All it’s missing is the beach, but hey, we have Sand Hollow, close enough right? Here are some fun family activities to try when visiting St. George.

DIXIE
Photo Credit: Holly B. on flickr

Pioneer Park

Also known as “Dixie Rock”, this is a fun family friendly hiking area that sits atop a hill overlooking St. George. Enjoy short hikes, historic “buildings”, picnic areas, slot canyons and so much more! Also located right next to Pioneer Park is The Desert Garden, which can be a fun and educational stroll.

Tuacahn

Depending on the time of year you are visiting, there will be different shows and events going on at Tuacahn no doubt! Some spectacular shows that have hit this amphitheater stage are The Little Mermaid, Tarzan and more! They also hold holiday shows like Halloweens Thriller!

Sand Hollow

This Reservoir is the go to spot for families during the blazing hot summers. There are all kinds of fun things to do there, cliff jumping, tubing, Razors and so much more!

Zion National Park

We really truly believe that St. George is one of the best places to visit simply because Zion Natoional Park is right in our backyard! A mere 40 minute drive away. How lucky can you get?!

Plan Your Summer Trip

Utah has some of the most beautiful national parks in the country. Load up in your family car for a fun-filled three day vacation to Zion, Bryce, and Capitol Reef in the southern part of the state.

Bryce Canyon

Zion
The first stop is Zion. Take the park’s free shuttle to sit back and enjoy the beautiful scenery as it follows the Virgin River. You’ll see some incredible emerald pools and majestic sandstone cliffs that are an amazing site to behold. Stretch your legs and take a hike on one of the many trails you’ll find in the park. The Visitor’s Center is where you can catch the shuttle and also has some very helpful information on hiking and camping. Restrooms and first aid are available too.

Bryce
The next stop is Bryce Canyon, with its surprising colorful rocks and easy walking trails. Stretch your legs and visit the Pink Ledges Trail in Red Canyon. Don’t miss the astonishing sunset at Paria View. You may be one of the lucky ones to catch a glimpse of a peregrine falcon.

Capitol Reef
You and your family will love this less crowded park. Make sure you make time to hike the Sunset Point Trail. There’s a bench at the end of the trail where you’ll be able to sit and marvel at the Capitol-like domes, Moenkopi towers, and natural bridges. For an unforgettable view, be sure to see Sulphur Creek joining the Fremont River.

Don’t forget your camera, sunscreen, comfortable walking shoes, and light jackets. You might even want to pack a picnic lunch with extra bottles of water. These parks can get very warm during the daytime, but will cool off during the evenings.

St. George Farmers Market

St. George Downtown Farmers Market

The sudden push to buy produce and other products from local sources is more than just a fad. It’s one of the best ways to help the environment, contribute to the local community, and get the freshest, healthiest products. Being able to enjoy locally sourced items is easy thanks to the St. George Downtown Farmers Market.

About the Farmers Market
Every Saturday throughout the summer, beginning on Saturday, May 13th and concluding on Saturday, October 28th, the Downtown Farmers Market will take place. Each Saturday, it will open at 8:00 am and close at 12:00 pm.

The Downtown Farmers Market will be held at Ancestor Square. The exact location is 2 W St, George Blvd.#22- St. George. Over thirty local vendors will open tents and stands to sell their locally grown and made products. From vegetables and eggs to arts and crafts, there will be something for everyone at this location.

Products Available
Local vendors from the areas of Iron and Washington Counties will be selling organic produce, live plants, free-range eggs, grass-fed beef, homemade food items, handmade crafts, photography, and much more. Everything available has been either made or grown locally, so shoppers can be sure they are getting the best products while keeping their money in the community.

Market Entertainment
To support local musicians, the center stage at the Farmers Market will feature live bands and musicians. These performers are from the local area and are sure to entertain. The lawn around the stage will be open to sit and enjoy the music. Shoppers can also listen to the music as they purchase their goods from the market.

Shop Smart, Support Local Businesses
The St. George Downtown Farmers Market at Ancestors Square is the perfect place to do the weekly shopping, purchase home décor, and find unique gifts for friends and family. Shopping local means finding things that the big box stores don’t have and feeling proud of the purchases made. Get in on the action by shopping at the St. George Downtown Farmers Market.

Photos by Gemma Billings