The Inn At Entrada
What We Love
- The panoramic views of the vermilion-red cliffs of Utah
- The Johnny Miller-designed golf course
- Guests have access to the Sports and Fitness Center, which has indoor and outdoor pools
- The Spa offers sense-of-place treatments that pay homage to local traditions and ingredients
What To Know
- Some suites sleep up to eight; this is a destination tailored for families and groups
- Non-golfers take note: even the restaurant and snack bar overlook the fairways
- Pets aren’t permitted
- There’s a Resort Fee per room of up to $30 (it varies by room type) that will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Parking On Site
Don’t forget to bring your sunglasses: you’re sure to be dazzled by the first sight of this southwest oasis, with its red rock desert landscapes, endless blue sky and emerald-green golf courses. Set inside a tony gated community, the resort consists of one- to four-bedroom adobe casitas designed to harmonize with the surrounding scenery: soothing earthy tones inside continue the theme. The spa offers a range of exotic treatments – try the Desert Moon pedicure with coconut milk and chicory root – and even caters to kids (guests can also arrange for private trainers, tai chi sessions and guided hiking through the fitness center and spa.) The Kokopelli Restaurant & Lounge, meanwhile, overlooks the golf course and offers homey fare like halibut fish and chips, cheeseburgers and steaks.
In the Area
Take the family to see a show under the stars at the Tuacahn Outdoor Theatre, a 1900-seater amphitheater that hosts a roster of rollicking musicals and Broadway favorites. Appreciate Utah’s unique brand of beauty at Snow Canyon State Park, right on the inn’s doorstep – you can explore the canyons, lava flows and Najavo red sandstone formations by foot, horseback or mountain bike. About an hour away, you’ll find Zion National Park, offering equally spirit-lifting scenery: think multi-hued sandstone cliffs, slot canyons and abundant wildlife.
How to Get There
We spent two nights here recently. Very nice property in a residential area. Splurged a little to get a one bedroom which also had a full kitchen and washer and dryer. The villa's are very nice and big, comfortable, quiet and even have patios. Good cookies at check in, cinammon rolls in the morning, coffee, waters too. There is a pool and gym too, but we didn't use it. Not far from hikes, golf and town. Very relaxing, pretty place.
We love this Inn and will not stay anywhere else when visiting St. George. The staff is very helpful and accommodating, the rooms are spotless, the scenery is breathtaking, the cookies are delicious :-). We cannot “brag” about this facility enough. We love everything about this wonderful resort...
Stayed with another couple in a two bedroom casita & everything was perfect from spacious, comfortable bedrooms to large, open shared space and fabulous red rock views. The staff was more than accommodating as my husband ended up very ill and they insured he was comfortable while keeping the space clean. During our conference, the space there and service was also impeccable! My one wish was that they had a restaurant or something open early where we could have grabbed breakfast before our meetings. Overall, a five star resort!
We've stayed at some highly rated resorts and this is the best. It is an incredibly well cared for resort, inside and out. Very clean rooms, service provided by office personnel and daily care professionals was top notch. We enjoyed the quiet and peaceful environment.
Great stay at Entrada. The 2 bedroom apartment was clean, beautiful, with a very nice view of the mountains. Gorgeous premises. Would definitely recommend and hope to go back. Staff was very helpful. The only thing that needs improving is the wifi.