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My husband and I recently spent a week here. Our stay was so relaxing! We had a 2 bedroom cabin facing the Colorado River that was so comfortable. With a large den, kitchenette and private deck we liked it so much we extended our stay....More
our cabin directly on the colorado river was spacious, well appointed and very comfortable. what a joy to sit on the porch watching songbirds and listening to the river! dinner and breakfast were excellent and reasonably priced. service was exceptional.
Stayed two nights at Red Cliffs Lodge. What an amazing, tranquil, beautiful, interesting property set along the Colorado River. Unbeknownst to us it is the property where John Ford’s Rio Grande film starring John Wayne was filmed. In fact, the surrounding area is home to...More
The #1 place to stay in Moab.. beautiful surroundings and close to Arches National Park.. excellent service and an overall beautiful experience .. the grounds are beautiful with horse back riding, trails , river rafting and rapids on the property.. u won’t be disappointed!!!
Stayed here for two nights as part of a tour group. Rooms were very big and nice. Watched a beautiful sun rise from the porch off our room. Breakfast buffet was nothing out of the ordinary, but the food was good. My wife did some...More
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No it doesn’t have “upstairs rooms”. They’re all ground level lodges. It’s located smack in the middle of the wilderness, so yes, there’s wildlife around (coyotes, mountain lions/cougars, bob cats etc...) but they’re not... More
No it doesn’t have “upstairs rooms”. They’re all ground level lodges. It’s located smack in the middle of the wilderness, so yes, there’s wildlife around (coyotes, mountain lions/cougars, bob cats etc...) but they’re not that big a problem. Just try not to stay in the outdoors for too long when it gets dark (they’re mostly nocturnal).