The hotel is about 17 miles outside of Moab, but the drive leading to the resort is absolutely breathtaking, especially the first five miles or so. The road to the hotel, highway 128, runs next to the colorado river. As you are driving on the road, one side is the river and the back side of the Arch National Park, the other side is the alternating scenery of cliffs, gulch, and mesa.
The hotel is located at a bend of the river, there are lounge chairs along the bank facing the river where you can just sit down and take the nature in. We stayed there for three nights in their river side room which is tastefully decorated and well situated.
My husband and I were impressed with the service of the bell man, but find the front staff and restaurant staff not equally impressive. We also had the massage there - neither of us would recommend it to other guests unless one is desperate.
1. One should not expect functional wifi service on the property or even ethernet internet service in the lobby.
2. It's very expensive to go with the hotel organized outdoor activities, such as the guided hike. You can do it by yourself and enjoy just as much!
3. Fisher Towers hike is just two to three miles down the road and it is one of the most beautiful hikes we've taken so far.More
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