St. George Hotel is Gifting Guests with a Complimentary Gas Card this Summer

Advenire hotel

 The Advenire, Autograph Collection, Greater Zion’s full service, luxury boutique hotel, is offering guests a driving incentive with the “Family Road Trip, Hit the Gas Package.”

Proudly steeped in Southern Utah’s rich history and heritage, The Advenire is centered in Greater Zion and St. George’s Historic District, close to the country’s most popular national parks and attractions including Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon, Snow Canyon, Gunlock, and Sand Hollow State Park. “The Family Road Trip, Hit the Gas Package” provides a $65 gas card, given upon check-in and redeemable at a gas station of your choice. The package also includes a two night stay in a signature Advenire guestroom, breakfast for two at hotel’s award-winning restaurant wood.ash.rye, and complimentary parking.

“Gas prices continue to rise across the country, but that should not stop visitors to Utah from enjoying all the stunning vistas and experiences Greater Zion has to offer. We hope the gas card makes taking the trip easier,” says Hank Van Orden, General Manager, The Advenire, Autograph Collection.

The Family Road Trip, Hit the Gas Package includes:

  • Two-night stay in an Advenire signature City View King or Two Queen Room
  • $65 USD gas card, good to use at any gas station, redeemed at check-in
  • Breakfast for two at award winning restaurant, wood.ash.rye
  • Complimentary valet parking
  • Two night minimum stay, 72 hour advance booking required. Package available through December 31, 2022.

Pricing starts at $499, does not include tax and gratuities. To book go to http://theadvenirehotel.com/, enter PRO under special rate/corp promo code.

Providing world-class amenities, service and dining in a modern ‘pioneer-chic’ setting, The Advenire is a one-of-a-kind hotel catering to outdoor enthusiasts, leisure travelers and the local community. The Advenire’s historic pioneer-federal architecture, adobe exterior and Dixie dormers are reminiscent of St. George’s legendary 1860s-era inn, The Big House, and immediately sets the setting for a welcoming and inviting hotel experience.

Upon entering the lobby guests are greeted by a stunning focal point, the Rammed Earth Wall, an homage to the area crafted from the soil and sediment of St. George and Greater Zion. The gradations and beautiful colors are sourced from local soil and reflect the geological layers of Zion and the Colorado Plateau. The Advenire features 60 artfully designed guest rooms that blend neutral tones and textures with splashes of color echoing the area’s stunning landscape. Guest rooms feature oversized windows connecting guests to the majestic vista of Southern Utah’s Red Rock Mountains. Interior design elements include locally curated art, craftsman furniture, and colorful tapestries resembling handmade rugs used by early settlers. The hotel’s rooftop terrace, outfitted with a soaking pool/spa, provides a place to unwind and enjoy the area’s stunning landscape.

A destination for locals and visitors to Greater Zion alike, The Advenire’s five-star, chef-driven restaurant wood.ash.rye is an elevated yet rustic culinary experience where diners can relax and socialize after a full day of exploring. Dishes hint at Southern Utah’s pioneering dining roots and hearty fare. Developed and led by Utah’s famed Executive Chef, Shon Foster and Chef Sam Walter, the menu uses locally sourced, seasonal ingredients and tells the story of St. George’s history and early settlers. 

The Advenire is managed by In-Group Hospitality: A PEG Company and is Utah’s second Autograph Collection Hotel. Located at 25 W St George Blvd, St. George, UT 84770. To book or for more information go to: http://theadvenirehotel.com/.

Stuart is the founder, writer and wrangler at several sites including Gastronomic SLC, Utah Now and, The Utah Review; Stuart is a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune and has worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.