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Recent St. George reviews

  • North Shore

    "We spent an entire week on the North Shore and loved it. The condo is conveniently located in what seemed to be the middle of all attractions. We woke up every morning and ran on the hiking trails on the Turtle Bay property. Don’t miss the Banyan Tree and beaches near it. We saw lots of Turtles at this beach. For this beach you can park the car along the highway right across the road from the fruit stand and walk in through a gate. The other beaches are a short walk from the condo. We generally drove the car to the parking lot and walked to the beach with all our gear. The condo is well stocked with 2 beach chairs, 2 boogie boards, snorkel equipment, beach towels and an umbrella. We put them to good use. Ted’s Bakery in Sunset was great for breakfast…not so much for lunch or dinner. Haliewa had many more dining options for lunch and dinner. Try Spagettini’s or Haliewa Café for lunch and dinner. The little Hawaiian food place next to the post office in Haliewa was also a good place. For fast food lovers (or their parents) there is a McDonald’s in Haliewa. For more a little more formal dining the Peacock restaurant in Waimea Valley was good. They were only open Thursday to Sunday. They also had a Farmers Market on Thursdays with food options and shopping. If you are cooking in the condo make sure you buy butter or Pam to use on the pans. There is salt and pepper in the condo. We found the mattress to be comfortable and the condo clean and modern. There is a DVD player so you can bring DVDs or get them from the RedBox at the Foodland. - See more at: http://turtlebayvacationrentals.com/blog/kuilima-estates-east-47-guest-reviews/#sthash.aZWETOdK.dpuf"
    Guest: Carrie D. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 29, 2014
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  • Great Getaway condo

    "Described well. Clean with recent renovations. Well stocked kitchen for basic cooking (breakfast pretty much all we did). Sports Village is great neighborhood. Priced well and all amenities are kept up. Wifi works great. TIPS FOR OWNER: Get some "hotel style" curtains for the master bedroom since windows open to the east and impossible to sleep in past 6am. Second, dump the old TVs and get a couple flat panel HDTVs. Even just catching up on Sportscenter for a few minutes each day is painful on these old tube TVs. HDTV is the air conditioner of the 21st century. Plus, it'll open up the living room (and "child proof it)... not to mention the TV in the master closet is kind of tacky."
    Guest: Bo Jackson Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 18, 2014
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  • Sooooo much better than a hotel!

    "This was a wonderful home away from home. The condo was clean and comfortable. The owner was very responsive and patient. We had four adults and a baby and everyone was happy here. The price is comparable to a hotel stay but so much better, especially for 3-4 people. We enjoyed gathering in the large living room, and having a full kitchen saved money on meals. We only stayed two nights but we will stay here again on the next trip. Las Palmas is walking distance from the Green Valley Spa, which means spa treatments, mani/pedi's and relaxation. If you'd rather play, the clubhouse included indoor and outdoor tennis courts, racquetball courts, indoor and outdoor swimming pools and an outdoor basketball court. Plan to drive off the resort for food and shopping, though, as there are no stores in the immediate area. St. George is a short drive to lots of fun activities: hiking, rock climbing, biking, golfing, fishing, horseback riding, boating, outlet mall shopping, water-skiing, and snowboarding to name a few. Use the condo as a base, you will be glad you did."
    Guest: mo3pal Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 6, 2014
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  • THE GREAT OUTDOORS!

    "This ranch and home makes for the perfect getaway for those of us who want a mix of vacation with space. The creek among the mature trees was my favorite place to sit and relax in God's nature. The open style barn was also a great place to play plenty of games. Perfect for a large or small family trip especially with the kids and having access to see some very tame farm animals. This place has the best of all worlds. House was large and comfortable and has a cabin look on the inside. Would be great to see some updated carpet and couches by the next time we stay. Enjoy!"
    Guest: Pastor Jeff Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 30, 2014
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St. George Travel Tips

Utah’s Dixie--Saint George is an Ideal Location

Saint George, Utah is conveniently located to visit the many sights and activities around this area. It includes Washington County and borders Iron County and Kane County in Utah; Mohave County, Arizona; and Lincoln County, Nevada. The major Highway is I-15 and getting around the region is convenient with excellent links by State Routes 9, 17, 18 and 59. Choosing a St. George lodging will make it convenient to visit the National Protected Areas of Dixie National Forest and the world-famous Zion National Park. To fly here, the local airport is Saint George which has excellent links to the major airport at Salt Lake City. The area is often referred to as "Utah’s Dixie" because of its mild winters.

Zion National Park is Truly Spectacular

If for no other reason, visitors flock to St. George condos for their proximity to Zion National Park with its breathtaking, unique landscapes and variety of outdoor pursuits. The park attracts visitors from around the world for its incredible hiking, climbing and canyoneering. The park is divided into four main sections: (1) Zion Canyon with Court of the Patriarchs, Emerald Pools, Angel Landing an Riverside Trail, (2) Kolob Canyons for its scenic drive, Taylor Creek and Kolob Arch, (3) Kolob Terrace with the Subway and great backcountry trails and (4) Highway 9 which includes the Tunnel, Canyon Overlook trail and Checkerboard Mesa. Many of the trails can be hiked year-round. During summer with its hot weather, the ideal time for hiking is in the morning. Winter months can be icy but the routes remain accessible. Spring is a wonderful time to hike here as the streams have been enlarged through the winter and create wonderful waterfalls. The park also provides fantastic climbing and canyoneering and biking. There are also a variety of off-road driving routes. Or hire horses and discover this area the way the original inhabitants did. The views remain almost unaltered since the beginning of time.

The History on Your Doorstep

While staying at St. George vacation rentals, most visitors enjoy excursions to the variety of historic sites around the region. The first Mormon Temple is found here. The Saint George LDS temple was completed in 1877, making it the first to be completed in Utah. It is a stunning white structure and a local landmark. Other Mormon historic sites include Brigham Young Winter Home and Jacob Hamblin Home. Venturing into downtown St. George, visitors will enjoy Ancestor Square for its historic buildings housing shops, galleries and boutiques.

There are two preserved ghost towns here. One is Grafton Ghost Town, located on the Smithsonian Butte backway. Another worth seeing is Silver Reef Ghost Town, the site of a community that sprang up because of the discovery of rich veins of silver nearby. Here, there is a small museum in the old Wells Fargo Express office and the building is on the National Historical Register. Take care when exploring the area around this old ghost town; open shafts remain and caution is advised. North of the city, visitors can visit the Pine Valley Church. Built by shipbuilder Ebenezer Bryce, the chapel resembles an upside-down ship’s hull. Dating from 1968, the building is still used as a chapel.

Ideal Saint George Condos in an Ideal Vacation Spot

In choosing St. George vacation rentals, visitors will find a wonderful selection of properties, each in a great location for visiting the wide variety of attractions and making the most of this incredible area. What is more, each property is wonderfully well-equipped. Owners do not just provide the necessities in their homes; they go out of their way to provide the little extras that make a perfect vacation property. Many homes come with BBQs, hot tubs, DVDs and games consoles to while away the evenings after a tiring day of adventure. Visitors will find their perfect choice among these spacious, beautiful homes.

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