Zion National Park is one of the most popular National Parks, and for good reason! This National Park has gorgeous natural scenery that can be at times otherworldly. The SpringHill Suites by Marriott Springdale Zion National Park has an incredible view of Zion National Park, and offers plenty of perks to guests!
The Points Guy ~ ” While SpringHill Suites properties are usually solid places to lay your head, unlike a high-end posh hotel, over-water villa, or even a tree-top hotel, they aren’t usually anything to write home about. But, there are exceptions to almost every unwritten rule.
The SpringHill Suites by Marriott Springdale Zion National Park is one that is absolutely worth writing about — at least here, if not all the way home.
The town of Springdale, Utah, is a great spot to be if you want to visit Zion. The entire town is located within a mile or two of the entrance to the park and there’s a shuttle stop very close to the hotel that will take you to Zion if needed as parking can be a challenge.
Keep in mind that unless you are renting an electric bike or are really planning to walk miles and miles (and miles), you need to plan how to get into Zion using the park’s shuttle service or a third-party private service. In either case, you need to plan in advance. Just know that the park service’s shuttle is much more affordable (just $1) and are actually more distanced than the third-party shuttles we experienced, but availability can be scarce.
This is a Category 6 Marriott Bonvoy property, so a free night costs 40,000 to 60,000 points to book a standard room at the SpringHill Suites Zion. Of course, on nights that cost 50,000 points per night or less you could also opt to use a 50,000 point Marriott certificate that is awarded annually with the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant™ American Express® Card.
During the peak summer season, when rates can skyrocket to $350 per night, points or 50k certificates can be a good option. However, I’d argue that the fall shoulder season is the best time to go to Zion and rates drop as low as $125 per night here during the non-peak months. At those off-peak prices, you probably want to earn Marriott points and save them for another trip. ” ~ The Points Guy
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**Please note: Due to the impact of COVID-19 on travel, we encourage people to always plan trips in accordance with the guidance provided by government and health officials.