La Quinta Inn, Cedar City   Recently updated !

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We decided to stay somewhere different than we did four years ago when we dropped our son off at SUU. We stayed at this hotel last time.


This hotel was called La Quinta by Wyndham. We found this on I am an affiliate for, and if you use the following link, I will make a small commission if you click on this link.


1377 S. Main St, Cedar City, Utah

La Quinta

It is a three-story hotel off of the exit of the kiddo in Cedar City.

There is a Golden Corral right in front of the Hotel.

There is a good size lobby

Looks like they have some excellent workstations with power

Breakfast area

 My wife was like of course, they have breakfast. You always get something like this.

It is open from 6 AM to 9 AM daily. Here are the options they have

It consisted of the following:

  • 2 Belgium waffle stations
  • One mini waffle station
  • Eggs
  • Sasauge
  • Potatoes
  • Bread
  • Oatmeal
  • Rice
    • Interesting
  • Juices

They didn’t have chocolate milk, and the person who shall not be named wasn’t happy about that. However, the cups weren’t that big, and it made a lot of walking back and forth to get drinks.

Here are some pictures of the breakfast area

Swimming Pool

Yes, a swimming pool is available to use if you would like.

Fitness Room


We stayed in room 303, which is our view.

The room featured the following:

  • King Size Bed
  • 2-night stands
  • Nice big desk
  • LG TV with DirecTV
  • Nice big dresser
  • Air conditioner
  • Chair
  • Full long mirror
  • Beverage center
  • Closet
  • Ironing board and iron


  • Big shower
    • Adjustable shower head
      • As in different water types
  • Big counter with ample space
    • If your wife allows you to share it


It was decent. However, I did have some issues with the Wi-Fi, and it kept telling me I didn’t have a connection on my iPhone, even when I was trying to use the cellular data. I did have to reboot my iPhone to fix that issue. I am sure that had nothing to do with the Wi-Fi, but I just thought I would mention it here.

It was decent speed—nothing like the 1GB I have at home—but it is a hotel. I know it worked great for someone streaming something all the time.

However, I always suggest using a virtual private network (VPN) to keep yourself safe.


This hotel was excellent and quiet but was busy due to Southern Utah University graduation. But it did an outstanding job. Didn’t find any hidden cameras. They did have Fox News on in the lobby, a change from one of the other networks. But that is just my opinion.

Check-in was OK; it was busy. When we got there, there were 2 people ahead of us. When we left the check-in area, the line was to the door. I should have taken a picture, but I didn’t.

They do provide cookies. However, they aren’t as good as the ones in San Pedro. But still, they were cookies.


Yep, I sure did a video

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