Our guests give high marks to the free breakfast buffet and indoor pool at the non-smoking Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Richfield. Freebies like speedy internet access add to the appeal. One of Richfield's most popular hotels among Our guests, the three-story Holiday Inn Express welcomes you and your pets. There's a nightly fee for small and medium-sized animals. The 64 rooms have contemporary comforts like free Wi-Fi and wired internet access and flat-panel TVs with instant-access movies. Fuel up for the day with a cup of coffee from your in-room coffeemaker, or head downstairs to the complimentary breakfast buffet. The hotel's signature cinnamon rolls get all the attention, but there are plenty of other hot options as well. Kids love the heated indoor pool, while their parents might prefer to soak in the hot tub or work out with the free weights and cardio equipment in the fitness center. Parking is free. Just off I-70, the Holiday Inn Express is a good choice for on-the-go travelers. After exploring the nearby national parks, you can soak in Mystic Hot Springs, 12 miles south. Fremont Indian State Park, with its unparalleled collection of cave drawing, is about 21 miles south. Cedar City Regional Airport is 116 miles southwest. Our guests rave about the "tasty and well-presented" breakfast buffet at the "beautiful" Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Richfield, and also have good things to say about the "clean and comfortable" rooms, the "amazing" beds and a pool that's "great for kids."
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