We had the chance to travel to San Diego to attend a wedding for our grand-daughter. We were invited to ride down with the parents and family of this grand-daughter. Having a large family, they must reserve two hotel rooms when they spend the night. Of course, that means there must also be at least one adult in each room.....so we filled the requirement. Being captive passengers, so to speak, we stay where they stay, so we stayed the night at The Clarion Suites in St. George, Utah. We have never spent an evening at a Clarion. It was an adequate room for the basics with two queens and a sofa bed. The microwave was barely large enough for the small economy size bag of popcorn and the television was small. The mattress on the sofa bed was enough to give a person “Hee-Bee-Gee-Bees”! It had very ominous stains proving the mattress seldom, if ever, gets checked or changed. I was glad it wasn’t me or my wife sleeping on it. As it was, we recommended that the grandson not use it. The rooms are accessible from outdoors with no indoor access. I was surprised to see they had a continental breakfast, which was actually pretty fair. Since we were guests of our children and their family, we were glad we had a bed and warm room to sleep in. This would not be my first choice in lodging in St. George. I do not know what the room rates were, but they must be reasonable, I don’t know how the Clarion is in other cities, hopefully better.