Coral Springs Resort

Hurricane, Utah, USA

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Coral Springs Resort, Hurricane, Utah
Coral Springs Resort, Hurricane, Utah
Coral Springs Resort, Hurricane, Utah
Coral Springs Resort, Hurricane, Utah
Coral Springs Resort, Hurricane, Utah



Condo from US$199-$399 per night. Price includes use of swimming pool, tennis courts, basketball court, gym, and clubhouse.

– Gazing up at the stars from the perfectly heated outdoor pool and hot tub.
– Having a real home away from home with a full kitchen, living room, and balcony.
– The in-condo washer and dryer was a plus.

– Issues with wifi connectivity both the first night and the final morning during my stay. The local internet service provider was having problems city-wide so Coral Springs wasn’t at fault.
– Pool towels were not provided or offered for rental.


Closest Airport: St. George Airport | Transfer Time: 25 minutes | Transfer by: Taxi



KatherineKatherine Wright
Review Team

The Coral Springs Resort gives guests a chance to relax in a home away from home setting, by offering condos in a comfortable setting. Located in Hurricane, Utah – not far from St. George – makes Coral Springs the perfect base for exploring nearby Zion National Park and the Red Cliffs National Conservation Area.

We stayed in a 3-bedroom and 2-bathroom condo with a west view that could easily host 2 families or one large family. With ample space, a full kitchen, indoor fireplace, balcony with outdoor fireplace/grill, and a master bath deep-jetted tub, the Coral Springs Resort is set up for relaxation.

Having a full-kitchen in the condo was wonderful. It was stocked with everything needed for cooking with basic pots, pans, and dishes. There were a few basic spices as well.

The swimming pool was heated to the perfect temperature and the outdoor hot tub made for a nice place to enjoy the evening stars. There’s also an indoor pool/hot tub, gym, tennis court, and basketball court for guests to enjoy (be sure to bring your own basketball, tennis racket, and tennis balls though).

Unfortunately the check-in process was difficult since the door code that was provided was incorrect. That, coupled with initial internet issues on the first night and not being able to get in touch with staff, made for a frustrating time. Luckily the site manager made a personal visit to the condo to make sure our needs were met. The internet issues ended up being city-wide on behalf of the internet provider and not the fault of the resort.