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479 South Main Street,Cedar City, Utah, 84720 | Phone: 435-586-9471
  • Check In: 4:00 PM

    Check-In and Check-Out Times

    Check-In: 4:00PM
    Check-Out: 11:00AM Early Check In Available (Dependent upon availability)
    Late Check Out Available (Fee may apply)
  • Check Out: 11:00 AM

    Check-In and Check-Out Times

    Check-In: 3:00PM
    Check-Out: 11:00AM Early Check In Available (Dependent upon availability)
    Late Check Out Available (Fee may apply)
  • Credit Cards

    Credit Cards

    Diners Club
    Discover
    Master Card
    Visa Facility
  • Facility

    Facility

    Total number of rooms: 30
    Total number of rooms with one bed: 10
    Total number of rooms with two or more beds: 19
    Total number of accessible rooms: 1
    Total number of floors: 2
  • Free Breakfast

    Free Breakfast

    Continental Breakfast
  • Free Internet

    Free Internet

    Guest Room Data Services
    Wireless Access

    Public Spaces Data Services
    Wireless Access
     
  • Free Parking

    Free Parking

  • Languages

    Languages

    English
  • Pet Policy

    Pet Policy

    Pet Friendly Rooms ($15/pet per night)
 

At the Vagabond Inn Cedar City, our priority is your comfort.

*We will be taking reservations for arrivals starting on 7/5/17.

Each of this two-story hotel's guest rooms is outfitted with all the essential, comfort-oriented amenities. Facing a hot Cedar City summer? We have you covered-air conditioning runs throughout all of the hotel's private rooms and public spaces. To up guests' comfort levels even further, each and every private room features a deep-soaking tub. Guests may opt for queen or king beds.

Parking, high-speed WiFi, and continental breakfast are complimentary at the Vagabond Inn Cedar City.

Because the hotel is backed up against the natural landscape surrounding the community, you'll sleep in peace and quiet. Depending on the time of year, rooms might get a view of the hillside's vibrant summertime reds and greens. In colder months, guests may catch sight of snowcaps on the hills.
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