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Outstanding natural beauty is the result of any path you follow in Provo, making the Residence Inn by Marriott Provo hotel a great pick for keen hikers and those who appreciate stunning scenery. The hotel comes with free parking and free Wi-Fi, and the pet-friendly hourly rooms have a diverse array of restaurants in the vicinity. A little further off there are numerous great hiking opportunities, including caverns to explore and cascading waterfalls, plus nearby shopping malls if you prefer browsing stores to wandering mountains.
Range of Restaurants – Thai treats are on the menu at the family-owned Spicy Thai restaurant, where the curries are spiced to order, with noodles, rice dishes and salads also available. Other Asian establishments include Vietnamese delights at Lovely Pho, Korean cuisine at Fusion Asian Grill, and Chinese favorites at the laid back Green Panda Café. Brasas Mexican Grill offers a wide variety of fare, including great steak, assorted salsa options, and you can even have grilled cactus on your tacos.
Timpanogos Cave National Monument – Head north from the day rooms and you’ll reach Timpanogos Cave National Monument where you can delve beneath the earth. This subterranean attraction can be enjoyed via guided tours between May and September, the final reward of a steep hike that comes with spectacular views.
Shops Galore – The hotel is conveniently close to numerous stores housed at the extensive indoor shopping center University Place (which boasts more than 150 shops), and the nearby Carillon Square shopping mall. Sporting goods, clothing, lingerie, video games, and much more is there to browse, and University Place also has plenty of dining options and a cinema once the retail therapy session is finished.
Bridal Veil Falls and Spanish Fork Peak – Slightly closer than Mount Timpanogos is Bridal Veil Falls, a famous waterfall with convenient spots to admire the natural beauty and a shallow swimming pool if you feel like taking a dip. If you want a challenge with varying terrain and more great views, then consider paying the Spanish Fork Peak a visit.
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Pet-friendly hotel (fee required).