Below are some reviews from clients who have stayed with us:
“Great for the value” - October 2, 2012
We stayed at 4 places to see 4 National parks and this one was the best for the price $40/night. The rooms were adequate for sleeping and had WIFI in the room (others only at the lobby). No shampoo, though. I did not know that you could request it. I liked having a big communal kitchen equipped for cooking, even dish soap for washing. Arbys and the gas station across the street were the only ones open on Sunday after 6 pm. Also when we returned late after 8P, all the parking spots were taken. I did not want to park the rental SUV on the street. The manager gave up his space so we can park in the covered garage. He even helped me parallel park! We definitely will return to this inn.
“Cheap Clean and Comfortable” - Reviewed August 8, 2012
It may be an old building with old furniture but the Panguitch Inn is spotlessly clean, the room was spacious and comfortrable with free Wi-Fi and a very friendly, informative and helpful owner. Parking is fully covered in a huge high ceilinged area which in the winter months would be a great plus, not to mention the cool shade in the hot summer sun. Individual air conditioners per room means you can control the temperature and the big plus was there was a window that could be opened right up, excellent. The front reception area also has a range of free toothpaste and deodorant for guests to take if you run out. Be warned that if you arrive in this town on a Sunday because it's a mormon town (like the rest of Utah) everything is closed for eating except 1 diner 5 blocks away; with masses of tourists staying in the town the wait can be long to get a table and finally a meal..
“Functional Inn close to Bryce Canyon National Park” - Reviewed July 25, 2012
The Inn looked a bit run down in the first place, and the staff seemed to be a bit unfriendly. But after a while it turned out to be a wrong first impression. The three queen bedroom was large and functional and the staff was always helpful. The kitchen had everything you need in it, and a supermarket was right across the street. Panguitch also was the perfect starting point to go to Bryce Canyon National Park. So after all the Panguitch Inn is a good choice for travelers that have to watch their budget and want to visit Bryce Canyon.
“Back again and will be back next year” - Reviewed June 24, 2012
Our motorcycle group has stayed here a few times, and will be back again! The owner is awsome and very accommodating. It is a party atmosphere when ever we stay. Rooms are clean and quite. Our bed was perfect and pillows great.