Ratings based on 105 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.6 Room cleanliness
2.5 Service & staff
2.5 Room comfort
2.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler
Posted Oct 13, 2015
The owner was not at the lobby when we arrived at the hotel. We waited at lease 15-20 minutes before someone came. Room was very outdated & not cleaned.
by A verified traveler from Hot Springs Village, AR
This place is deceptive, in a good way.Posted Aug 15, 2015
Pros: They allowed dogs. It was close to restaurants that were pretty good. The rooms were clean and not that expensive.
Cons: It is what it is. There's not you could do to improve it as it would be a monumental task to remodel it.
Location: It is in town, but there are motels closer to Bryson, and if you don't have a pet, it opens up a larger selection of accommodations in the area.
This was one of only a few hotels that accept dogs. You park in a below the hotel parking garage. The office is odd in that it has a bench glider in it. The rooms are small and, based on chain hotels, is not that great looking. Plus if you're going to Bryce Canyon in the Summer, reserve early. As there are lots of motels in the area that are not onbut TripAdvisor and are closer to Bryson. But the rooms are clean, and they don't have wireless. There are a couple of good restaurants that are close to the hotel. Ask how big the portions are as most of the restaurants provide large portions. I don't believe I'd go there again, but it was inexpensive and for two nights, it fit the bill.
by A verified traveler from Park City, Utah
Posted Aug 14, 2015
It was dirty linens which have black and brown stains on bed sheets. Rooms were smelly with musty odor. The owner was rather talkative and not helpful in accommodating our needs. We will never come back here again. Thanks for listening.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from California
Historic old downtown hotelPosted Aug 3, 2015
Pros: Within walking distance of most everything. Owner very friendly.
Cons: Water dripping in shower. Mold on ceiling and partial wall in shower needs to be removed.
Location: Downtown, close to restaurants, little shops and market.
Not large rooms, but comfortable and clean. Some minor repairs needed. Very quiet. Parking garage and extra parking behind, if needed.
by A verified traveler from Houston, TX
Close to Bryce Canyon.Posted Jul 27, 2015
Pros: You can park in a covered garage close to your room and the ice maker is located inside the garage. Convenient to fill up your coolers again.
Cons: It's a very old hotel that need to be renovated.
Location: Close to Bryce Canyon. Approx 3/4 hour driving.
Over priced for what you getting! We had a very good smoke house (steak and chicken) in walking distance.
by A verified traveler
Posted Jul 20, 2015
I wouldn't recommend it. There are bed bugs. The staff is not always there.
for Familiesby Brenda from Nevada
Posted Jul 18, 2015 on Hotels
The hotel is located directly in the downtown area of Panguitch. It is an old hotel, which we felt added charm. Parking is easy. Upon entering the lobby, I did have second thoughts as it looked like it could use dusting. For a minute I thought maybe I had entered a wrong door and wasn't in the lobby after all. There was no computer or anything that was obviously a check in desk, and there was no clerk. I approached the counter (which looked more like a display case) and read that the clerk had stepped out for a moment. We waited for about 15 minutes before the clerk arrived. He was able to check us in quickly. As the hotel is older, the room was nothing fancy, but it was comfortable and very clean. After getting past the check in, I found our stay to be a good one. After check in, I went back to the desk, which was again unattended, to inquire about WiFi. After reading things that were posted at the desk, I found the complimentary WiFi code. Interestingly enough, at check out time, we found the desk to be unattended again. I would recommend this hotel to friends. If I stay in Panguitch again, I will stay here because of location and cleanliness of the room.
for Personal Eventby Michael from Ogden
Ok, but not worth the costPosted Jun 29, 2015 on Hotels
Clean room, no chair/table, have to sit on bed. Communal fridge/microwave. Plumbing in my room had problems. Good thing I only stayed one night.
for Business Travelersby Jorel from Phoenix
YuckPosted Jun 29, 2015 on Hotels
There was a bug on me after sitting on the bed for 5 min, there were also 3 bugs in the bathroom.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
cheap family vacationPosted Jun 13, 2015
Location: Hotel Manager recommended the Flying M diner down the street, and we took his advice. But it wasn't very good and overpriced.
Well, it's an old, "historic" motel. The staff was fine, checked me in quickly; that was the last I saw of him. The building is old; it has an old building smell. They don't seem to advertise it but they have a furnished kitchen behind the office for guests to use. A couple was in there cooking dinner when we discovered the room; they just shrugged and smiled as we looked around at the quaint signs ("if you don't feel like cleaning up, leave $2 charge"). The six of us stayed in a room with 3 beds, which is difficult to find, and got a OK price. The beds were very springy, but the room was clean. If you need a place to sleep and can get a good price, I would stay there. If you can't find something better. The full kitchen helps.