Coral Springs Resort
What We Love
- A three-bedroom suite, near two national parks and the Grand Canyon’s north rimThe basketball and tennis courts and pools, including a year-round indoor option
- Your kitchen-, washer-, dryer-, balcony- and grill-equipped suite
- The nearby national and state parks, like those of Zion and Snow Canyon
What To Know
- Well-located near the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park, Red Cliffs, Snow Canyon, and more
- Covered parking is available
- Free WiFi works well
Put the “u” in “Utah,” and take yourself on a bucket-list vacation to the Beehive State. This western destination holds a plethora of legendary natural attractions, with astonishing scenery that’s as fun to photograph as it is to explore. You’ve got Zion National Park, with its dramatic red cliffs; Bryce Canyon National Park, with its rocky spires, or hoodoos; and the northern rim of the Grand Canyon. If you prefer your parks off the beaten path, you can also try one that’s state managed, like Snow Canyon, or visit the 15-ft. falls at Kanarraville.
You’ll be close to all of these as a guest at Coral Springs Resort. And when you need a break from exploring the impressive rock formations, you’ll still be able to snap pictures of them, thanks to the luxury boutique property’s setting in St. George. After a fitness-center stop, a round at the tennis or basketball courts or a splash at the indoor or seasonal outdoor pool, with mountain views, head to your suite’s private balcony – complete with grills and a fireplace. Then, relocate to the full gourmet kitchen, living room or dining area, to experience the great indoors.
Southwestern-inspired suites are complete with full gourmet kitchens with granite countertops, as well as central air conditioning and complimentary Wi-Fi. You’ll have a private balcony, too, which holds a barbecue grill and outdoor fireplace – plus, a raised Jacuzzi tub in your bathroom and two or more flat-screen TVs. Each master bedroom comes with a king bed, a walk-in closet and a master bath with a walk-in shower.Three Bedroom Two Bathroom suites measure a capacious 1,823 square feet and feel even larger, thanks to their 10-ft. ceilings. The second bedroom holds one queen bed, while the third comes equipped with two double bunk-beds, which sleep four-eight people.
Within approximately an hour are the cliffs of Zion National Park, majestic Kanarra Creek Falls and the red rocks of Snow Canyon State Park. If you’re willing to drive another hour, you can visit Bryce Canyon National Park’s rock hoodoos; a three-hour drive will take you to the Grand Canyon’s northern rim. Other local activities run from paddleboarding to fishing to ATV touring; if you’re a biker, set out one of the scenic area trails, like those of Temple Hill and Bear Claw. Afterwards, reward your tired muscles with a soak in the Jacuzzi, seasonal outdoor pool or year-round indoor pool. Also on-site are courts for both tennis and basketball.
How to Get There
Let’s make a list of everything that went wrong:
When we arrived the outside light was out, it was very hard to see putting in our code.
When we walked in, we were promised 4 queens, a double and a king. There was a king, double, queen and a bunk bed. When we called they said they conside the double to be a queen. Didn’t offer to move us to another room. So we squished. We then noticed the blinds are totally hanging by the threads. Two of the blinds. The bright street light was shining right in our window. Called and left a message, no reply. So we call in the morning. Then one of us took a shower and the drain kept getting backed up...soooo gross.
A maintenance guy did finally come to help, he was super nice, fixed one of the drapes just enough to hang it up. Said they would fix the drain and check to see if he could get us a room, because the beds were not what we should’ve had.
Well, we never heard back and the drain was way worse in the morning. There were towels still in the dryer when we got there as well on the first day.
What great “customer service” don’t think they cared at all.
We’ve stayed at this resort three times in three years. We love everything about this place from the open floor plan with the kitchen connecting to the living room to the weight room and pool facility. Our kids are already asking us when we’re going to go back. We love the location and how fast we can get to some amazing trails and reservoirs.
Such a beautiful stay. My friends and I went down to St George to explore all of the canyons and hiking down there. We had a top floor 3 bedroom with amazing sunset views and it was close to pools and tennis courts. Easy access. The underground parking was nice since we had a lot of gear in the car and the fact they had an indoor-outdoor pool was perfect! Sweet balconies with a BBQ grill and fireplace, which was nice to hang out around and grill some steaks we picked up at the market. Coral Springs was so close to Zion which was what we were looking for. We even went during the GOVT shut-down and Zion was still open which was a HUGE relief. The condo itself provided ample space, cookware, and a comfortable nights sleep. We typically all try and come down once or twice in the winter to escape the disgusting inversion in the Valley. We will probably come down again next week as they said they would give us a good deal. Overall experience was fantastic!