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All reviewsvictorian innthe penthousejetted tubno elevatorgas fireplacegrand canyonbed and breakfastbreakfast includedplace to stayvery nice hotelfirst floorroom was largeyogurtbest friends animal sanctuarysister propertyin townsmall town
What a wonderful place! My room had a jacuzzi tub and fireplace IN MY ROOM! The bed was super comfy although the pillows were a bit flat and hard...The breakfast (included) was delicious and offered for hours! Travis, the Owner, was delightful and helpful and...More
We were so impressed from the moment we walked up. There is a fire pit with seating outside, bikes for use by guests, other seating and arts. Inside the entry is a beautiful glass artsy chandelier with hints of Cheluly. So many nice decorator touches...More
This hotel was beautiful,clean and quiet. The food was amazing! We really enjoyed sitting around their fire top table outdoors along with meeting new people. Our stay was Wonderful. The staff are very friendly!
We’ve stayed at Canyons Boutique Hotel a few times now, as well as the other hotels in the collection and have never been disappointed. The rooms are clean and roomy. The beds comfortable. Rooms have refrigerators and coffeemakers, and a microwave available near the entrance....More
The Canyons Boutique Hotel is a great option for a small locally owned hotel. It was very clean and the staff was very friendly. Located only about 5 miles from Best Friends Animal Sanctuary it is a convenient place to stay. Sego, the restaurant on...More
It is about 30 mins. to the East entrance and then 30 mins or so to the visitors center depending on the wait to go through the tunnel and view stops.There you take a shuttle up the main canyon. There are multiple "routes"to... More
It is about 30 mins. to the East entrance and then 30 mins or so to the visitors center depending on the wait to go through the tunnel and view stops.There you take a shuttle up the main canyon. There are multiple "routes"to explore on the East side which are beautiful and not crowded but also unmarked.