Stay at the Holiday Inn Express Richfield, Utah Hotel it's the most modern hotel in central Utah. We are conveniently located off I-70, just minutes from Sevier Valley Center, Snow College Richfield Campus, Blackhawk Arena, Sevier Valley Medical Center, and the I-15 junction. Our Richfield, Utah hotel's guests experience the best of both worlds with a location close to the Salt Lake City metro and the area's natural regions. Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, Arches National Park, Canyonland National Park, Brianhead Ski Resort, Lake Powell and the Grand Canyon afford incredible breathtaking views. Outdoor enthusiasts appreciate our close proximity to Fish Lake, Fremont Indian State Park, and Capitol Reef National Park all of which offer a variety of recreational activities from hiking, biking, fishing, and ATV expeditions to snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and ice fishing. Corporate travelers looking for hotels in Richfield, Utah with the best in business amenities should look no further than the Holiday Inn Express Richfield, Utah hotel. Our Business Center offers fax, copy and print capabilities, and high-speed Internet access keeps you connected while you're on the go. Hotels in Richfield, Utah can't compete with our accommodations which boast an indoor pool, free breakfast, and hotel-wide Wi-Fi. We give you the name you trust at the price you can afford. Stay Smart and make your reservations today!
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
Year Opened: 2009
Time Zone: GMT
Fitness center on-site
18 hole full service golf course
National park with lodge and fishing. Lodge is seasonal-Opening on Memorial Weekend and closing on Labor Day weekend
State Indian Park with pictoglyphs
Big event center that hosts different events about every weekend. Huge basketball court and auditorium for concerts
Used for indoor horse events and other various events like circus's and bmx racing. Also hosts special events too.
Campsites, picknic area, fishing and boat docks
Capitol Reef National Park comprises 378 square miles of colorful canyons, ridges, buttes, and monoliths. There is 75 miles of a long up-thrust called the Waterpocket Fold. Also full of various fruit trees.
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