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Best Western Town & Country Inn
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189 N Main St Cedar City, UT 84720
189 N Main StUSUTCedar City84720
Hotel, Luxury Hotel
Cedar City Hotels. The Best Western Town & Country Inn is the largest luxury hotel in Cedar City Utah.
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David Crapo
reviewed a year ago
The rooms were clean and nicely furnished. We stayed in the South building and the rooms appear to be newly renovated. The pool was wonderful. The hot tub was perfect in temperature. The staff was also very accommodating to our needs. I would stay here again.
Patricia Andrews
reviewed 2 years ago
Nice place...good location...bad a/c! We rented the corner King Suite following a full day of hiking canyons. The a/c was kicking in the living room area. But the bedroom never cool down enough to comfortably sleep. When I told the front desk during checkout..."I'm sorry...I'll let them know". Doesn't help me at all. Basically...a $100 shower... Yeah...I'm kind of cranky now. No sleep does that
Liked: Service, Location
Disliked: Rooms
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David Camerino
reviewed 2 months ago
Great free breakfast.
Dawn Liang
reviewed a year ago
Unexpected extra charge which conflicts with information provided on hotel's website: I bidded through priceline and got this hotel for our December trip. The room rate is not a big discount but just ok. When I called the hotel and asked whether we can get a two-queen-beds room instead of a one-king-bed room because we have a kid. The answer is that they need to charge $10 per room per night extra because we request an "upgrade". When I went to Best Western's website, their rates for two-queen-beds room and one-king-bed room are exactly the SAME - that's saying that their two-queen-beds room is NOT an "upgrade" compared to their one-king-bed room. I have been using priceline to bid hotel rooms for more than 10 years and never had this "upgrade charge" issue before, either with small local hotels or big brand hotels. My feeling is that since Best Western sell their rooms to priceline at lower prices, they are seeking opportunities to CHARGE THAT BACK FROM CUSTOMERS. It makes me feel being cheated. If Best Western is not happy with the rates paid by priceline, they can negotiate their contract with priceline or do not join the priceline program at all. They SHOULD NOT play tricks with their customers. Although I have not stayed in this hotel yet, I already had a bad experience. One of the staff told me that "priceline gives us the freedom to charge extra from the customers" -- what does that mean? The total charge that I paid through priceline is the final total and should not be subject to random extra charges!
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Erin Elizabeth Henrie-Barker
reviewed a year ago
Very clean, beds were comfy, the shower was clean, the continental breakfast wasn't the best (VERY greasy hot breakfast) but I've had worst. I would totally stay here again.
Marc-André Raetzo
reviewed 2 years ago
We have been in many Best Western. Usually, the quality and prices are good. We can recommand this Best Western in Cedar, especially the breakfast place wich is nice.