Knights Inn Green River

Knights Inn Green River provides affordable comfort and is conveniently located near Green River State Park, Labyrinth Canyon and Arches National Park.

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(435) 241-6993
1015 East Main Street
Green River, UT 84525

With easy access to the interstate, Knights Inn Green River makes it simple to visit many popular destinations. Relax and enjoy the beauty at Green River State Park, fish on the Green River, explore Labyrinth Canyon along with the famous Crystal Geyser, and of course, make time for Arches National Park.

When you're not out discovering all of the nearby hot spots, enjoy free WiFi, free large-vehicle parking, coin-operated laundry facilities and an onsite convenience store at the hotel. All guest rooms are comfortable so you'll have a relaxing evening and a great night's sleep. In the morning, you can sip on free hot coffee and tea before the next day of your adventures begins.

Room Types

Queen Room
One Queen Bed
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Free Wi-Fi
Work Desk
Clock Radio

Double Queen Room
Two Queen Beds
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Free Wi-Fi
Work Desk
Clock Radio
Smoking & Non-Smoking Rooms

King Room
One King Bed
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Free Wi-Fi
Work Desk
Clock Radio
Smoking & Non-Smoking Rooms
Accessible Rooms Available



Property Amenities

  • ATM
  • Bus/Truck Parking
  • Fly & Park
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Onsite Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Rollaway Beds Available
  • Sundries/Mart

Dining and Attractions

West Winds

This restaurant is open seven days a week and offers full-service dining. All menu items are cooked fresh and you can expect family-friendly cooked favorites at great prices.

The menu includes soups, Mexican food, seafood, steaks, burgers, sandwiches, chicken fried steaks, omelets, pancakes and much more. Breakfast is served all day and all meals can be ordered as take out.


Check-In & Check-Out

Check-In: 2 PM
Check-Out: 11 AM

Other Policies

Children stay free!

ADA defined service animals are allowed but no other pets are.

Things to Do

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