The Coral Canyon Resorts are the perfect accommodations for family reunions of any size in the St. George area. With spacious room types and all the amenities, your family – however large in number – will leave satisfied knowing their time together was comfortable and well spent.
All Family Sizes
Whether you’re planning a small family reunion or a large family reunion of up to 200 guests, we’ve got the perfect vacation rentals to host your next great memory. Our vacation rentals were designed specifically to be vacation homes and you will see the difference in the layouts and elements of privacy in the sleeping accommodations.
Family Reunion Planning
Call or email one of our knowledgeable reservations staff to assist with your reunion planning. We will make sure that your group has an itinerary that will be flexible and include all of your guests. When you book a family reunion with Private Vacations of more than 30 guests we will throw you a pool party!
We’ve got indoor and outdoor pools, indoor and outdoor jacuzzis, connecting balconies, grills, tennis courts, and more. With so much to do onsite you won’t have to coordinate too many offsite excursions. We staff all of our properties with onsite representatives to ensure that your stay with us runs smoothly.
STEP-BY-STEP FAMILY REUNION PLANING GUIDE
Our team has played a key role in helping family reunion planners’ book vacation rentals and plan activities for over 100 family reunions. Our experience shows that it can be extremely stressful to coordinate a family reunion if you don’t have a proper plan yourself to execute. Below is a checklist to help you plan a seamless family reunion without all the stress on the organizer.
Timing is everything!
Identify a central location that could be easily accessible to the majority of your group either by car or plane. St. George, Utah is becoming a popular destination because groups can easily and affordably fly into Las Vegas International Airport or there are direct flights into St. George Municipal (SGU). It is also a central point to families that are spread from Colorado, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona, Nevada and California. All of these states are within a 2-6 hour drive from Southern Utah.
The biggest worry for most family reunion planners is how are we going to coordinate so may busy schedules and living situations. The most important thing to remember in dealing with group planning is that there is no perfect date for every person there is just the majority. One best practice is to send out a Survey Monkey survey. In that survey you could either suggest several dates or have your group suggest 3 dates that would work for them. I suggest giving 3-6 potential dates and let them vote for their top dates. Some planners have included a question about the max budget each family would be willing to spend on a family reunion trip.