- Reviews: 4803
Hampton Inn Kayenta: The best in this area!
I will say this was the newest hotel for this area. I did check out the others via the internet and those were "iffy". Not too many good reviews for the hotels in this area. The Best Western looked run down and the Holiday Inn looked even worse. This hotel looked new and clean so we tried it. When I walked inside I was glad we chose it. Although, they had only standard beds in the rooms it was ok by me. We were all very tired and needed to unwind and sleep. The rooms were decorated in southwest design of course and very clean. I will say the rooms were too hot for us, sorry mountain folks, use to cold so I had to turn on the air conditioner to cool the room down. The beds were kind of small for us, but they worked. The bathroom was spotless....A+!!! We had a complimentary breakfast in the morning which was great! A restaurant, fitness, pool, and gift shop all within the front entrance area. Very nice hotel! The lovely gals were all very friendly and dressed in very lovely traditional attire.
Our hotel is 100% non-smoking.
Beverage Area, Complimentary
Breakfast Area, Complimentary
Safety Deposit Box
Located right next to a Burger King (Code Talker Museum inside)
Located right next to a Navajo Shadehouse Museum
- Reviews: 4803
Hilton Garden Inn: Wonderful and comfortable!
Although, this hotel is not located in Salt Lake City, it’s still in a great location as far as restaurants, movie theatres and stores. Heck, the mall is right on the next block south of the hotel and a Greatland Target is just located just a block North of it. Restaurants are all right next to it. So driving was never required, which suits me fine. Yet, Lawton is not far at all from Salt Lake City and this hotel is really nice.
The facilities are really nice and I was impressed with them. Guestroom offers one king or two queen or two double beds, hospitality center, high speed Internet access (excellent), large business desk, iron/ironing board, hair dryer, coffeemaker, refrigerator, microwave, two line phones and voicemail. The exercise room was excellent and the indoor pool was very nice. They do have small outside patio just outside the pool area which was nice. A huge conference center. The little bar inside is very cozy! The restaurant services a killer breakfast too!
- Reviews: 4803
The View Hotel: Beautiful Sweeping Views
This hotel was still being constructed when we visited, but I can tell for sure it is going to have one of the best views you will ever see from a hotel room. Located adjacent to the Tribal Park Visitors Center and gift shop, it will have a restaurant and a spa.
- Reviews: 618
Red Cliff Lodge: Great near Moab
This Lodge with its own vineyard is outside of Moab on an old ranch on a beautiful curve of the Colorado River. The rooms are walking distance from the lobby. Some are by the river, but the closer ones are not. The rooms are large, western log furniture and well kept. They all have a suite type room with a small kitchenette and sitting area and great bathrooms. Some have connecting rooms for larger groups.
While in Moab if you are spending time in your room then something is wrong, so we didn't stay here long. But it was very comfortable and nice.
We ate dinner on the deck overlooking the river just as the sun was setting turning the cliffs across the river a bright red. Truly one of the memorable experiences! It was a great dinner though it could have been the setting and the company.
One of the fun things about this location is the small film museum. The old ranch hosted many film groups over the years and they have built a museum with old pictures, artifacts and information about all the films. It was amazing to see how many stars had come through over the years.
- Reviews: 618
Parry's Lodge: Utah's Little Hollywood
Do you want to stay in the same room Ronald Reagan did? Or Barbara Stanwyck? Just ask. Not all the rooms are named for the stars but many of them are. After all this was home to many of them while they filmed any of 100 movies or tv shows in the area. The hotel rooms are basic, but clean. They haven't changed too much, while at the same time keeping it up to date and relevant. Nowadays the hotel caters to tourists and Best Friends Animal Sanctuary guests allowing sleep-overs with the dogs and cats. We enjoyed the short stay we had, with breakfast included. They had great homebaked pie and caring staff.
During the warmer months they show free movies shot in the area in the old renovated barn sitting in the parking lot. The lobby and dining rooms are full of pictures of the stars who have stayed and shown their gratitude with an autograph. Spend some time and enjoy them all.
- Reviews: 36
Cabins.: Bryce Canyon Country Cabins - cozy
Clean. 2 double beds available. The shower was quite small but the rest of the cabin offered a rather comfortable space. Grill and picnic table between cabins overlooking valley. Recommended, esp. for access to Bryce Canyon.
- Reviews: 1534
Historic Smith hotel: Beautiful 1927 house - Glendale.
This vintage house was built in 1927 originally as a boarding house for travellers and has stayed that way ever since. Very, very cosy this was a superb stay under a big fluffy eiderdown just for 1 night but we were made so welcome. Two sides of the upstairs have wired porches where you can sit and relax. There is a hot tub in the garden as well . There are only 7 rooms that range from $48 up to $80 for a family room.
This hotel is ideally situated between Zion and Bryce.
A stomach bloating breakfast awaits you with cereals, bagles and home made muffins. Don't refuse a muffin or else.....
- Reviews: 1534
Poles Place.: Old-style motel - Boulder.
We stayed here one night on our way through to Capitol Reef N.P and thoroughly enjoyed it. A really lovely welcome and some good food on the table. The room was comfy enough but a bit spartan. A great breakfast in the morning got us up and out on the road feeling quite heavy but refreshed.
- Reviews: 7
Cannonville KOA: Very Nice Campground
Wonderful campground. We rented a cabin for a week. Great people, beautiful scenery, nice sunsets on the surrounding cliffs.
Nice showers, individual rooms. In the middle of nowhere. Close to Utah's wonderful national parks.
- Reviews: 7
KOA-Moab: Best Bathrooms in Utah
We stayed for a week in a cabin. Great campground, people, scenery, everything was wonderful!
The bathrooms are unique! Instead of the regular bathroom building with group stalls/showers, each door leads into an individual bathroom with toilet, sink and shower! It's like having your own bathroom right outside the cabin. A nice skylight over the shower, too. You can see the mountains, a horse ranch right next door. Only a couple miles from Arches National Park.
- Reviews: 41
Bryce Canyon Livery Bed & Breakfast: B & B near Bryce
Very nice place and the owner could not be more accomadating.
They have a deal with the across the road horse owners for horseback tours. It was well worth the couple of dollars extra to spend a few hours seeing places not known to anyone other than locals.
- Reviews: 41
Desert Pearl: Desert Pearl
The hotel is just outside the park and sits on a creek. The creekside rooms offer some beautiful views and it's nice just to sit on the balcony and relax. There's access to some coffee , which is all I need in the morning,and everything else is just a short walk.
I've stayed 5 or 6 times and never had an unpleasant visit.
The rooms are very large with southwestern art.The creek is a nice place for the kids to play and the pool is open late.
- Reviews: 618
The Homestead Resort: A Midway tradition
Not always frequently, but often enough, we end up at the Homestead for a short get away. The Homestead is located in Midway which is in a beautiful mountain valley not far or long from Salt Lake. The Homestead has been there almost as long as the town. When I was young we would head up every summer to go swimming in the naturally heated water of their pools and climb the "hotpot" to look down into the vastness of the crater. It was Yellowstone lite. They have since cut a hole through the crater and you can go scuba diving/ and swimming. My most favorite memory is of running through the snow to get to the hot tub on the swimming deck. There was ice, it was slippery, it was cold, but then to sit warm and snuggly in the tub on a winters night with snow gently falling on our faces was very romantic. We have taken hay rides, sleigh rides, eaten at any of their various restauants, slept in several of the cottages, (but always request the Milkhouse) and never had a bad time or bad experience. Through all the various owners, managers, competition and changes it somehow always manages to satisfy.
- Reviews: 22
Park City Resort: Best Ski Lodging
This place has everything that you could ever wnat. Located out side of the hotel is the entire resort with malls of food, clothing, and sporting goods. If you are skiing at Park City and need some wonderful lodging then drive no furter than Park City Ski Resort Hotel.
- Reviews: 733
Monument Valley - Four Corners
If you wish to stay overnight while traveling between Monument Valley and Four Corners, you'll be traveling inside Navajo Indian Reservation and the only possibility for accommodation is a place to forget rather than a place to remember. Forget cleanliness and comfort. In fact, I even forgot its name.
Recommended only if you badly need to rest your bones, provided you can sleep with coyote-mixed dogs in front of your door howling through the night.
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