The Wah Weep Campground is a mixed bag. It is not run by the National Park service but a commercial concessionaire. What you get is a commercial campground with a nice view. The spots are on the small side and there isn't much privacy. Restrooms are nothing to write home about. If you are lucky to get a spot up high, you will have a fair view of the lake but other spots are not so blessed.
We had just been camping in a huge and very private spot at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument so this was quite a few notches down for us. It didn't help that the Monument campground was $5 and this one was $23 ($5 more than Grand Canyon!). To be fair, the Monument campground had pit toilets and no running water so it was primitive while this one had showers and a laundry facility. They even had WiFi though it was in and out depending on where you were positioned. They say everything has its time and purpose and that is how we took this. We got essentials done and it certainly could have been in a far less scenic locale.
The Lake Powell Resort was very disappointing. It is old and in bad need of repairs and renovation. I am only 5'3", and when I took a shower, my head almost hit the ceiling. I feel sorry for anyone that's tall. I honestly think that Lake Powell is mostly for people that pull in their own boats and then disappear out on the water for a week or two. The resort is almost an afterthought. I wouldn't stay here again.
The view from our room was pretty.
Other than staying in the resorts on Lake Powell, theres very little to offer in the way of hotels unless you go up into the town of Page.
This hotel was perfect, just 15 minutes from the Glen Canyon Dam and 20minutes from Waheap resort.
Comfortable, clean and friendly staff made for a good 2 days rest over on our journey thru some of the famous national parks of USA.
Good sized rooms and bathrooms, great little gift shop, big pool and jacuzzi set in pretty gardens and Navajo dance demonstrations most evenings.
I didn't actually do this but it certainly looks tempting just to potter around on the water with all the comforts of a floating apartment and whilst it looks expensive even the smallest boats are capable of accommodating 10 people.
Prices vary according to season, boat size and number of people.
Well having a 180 mile pool is a pretty good start!
Before we stayed in this Marriott hotel we always had Days inn, Best Western, Ramada and Holiday inns. Most of them usually have good rooms. But this hotel had just a bit more as we where used to.
The room was very cosy, bathroom was more luxurious etc.
We really liked it since that time we always take a few Marriotts on our trips...
This hotel is at the edge of Page near the Glenn Canyon dam, you can see a golf course out of your window.
Good bed, rooms with a balcony.
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