With a stay at Lake Powell Resort in Page, you'll be on a lake and minutes from Wahweap Marina. This resort is within the vicinity of Lone Rock Beach and Antelope Point Marina.
Make yourself at home in one of the 350 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators. Rooms have private balconies. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Be sure to enjoy recreational amenities including an outdoor pool and a fitness center. Additional features include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands.
Grab a bite to eat at the resort's restaurant, which features a bar, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge or a poolside bar.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and multilingual staff. Free self parking is available onsite.
Lake Powell was a wonderful hotel with many amenities. It's a big place but pretty easy to find your way. Close to a lot special things to see and do. Wish we could have stayed a little longer.
Overlooking Lake Powell, the hotel was situated in an amazing location. The restaurant in the hotel was a bit pricey, but not unexpected. The menu did include some lower ticket items. Although small, the two pools were not crowded. Again, they overlooked the lake so the view was beautiful. I would recommend taking one of the boat tours offered by the resort. We especially enjoyed the tour of Navajo and Antelope canyons.
I loved staying right on the Lake. It was so very pretty. Staff was friendly and helpful. Restaurants could use some improvement and a bit high priced. But very convenient to area parks and sights. I would love to stay again sometime in the near future.
My adult children and I stayed at the Lake Powel Resort for two nights over the 4th of July. The location of the resort being right on Lake Powell was easy access to swimming, boating and relaxing on the water. Having two outdoor pools also made for water fun and sunbathing without feeling like it was overcrowded with other guests. The night sky was breathtaking as we laid on the beachfront count the falling stars each night. We would highly recommend the Lake Powel Resort to create fond memories for your family they will never forget. We plan to return again in the near future.
I recently stayed at the Lake Powell Resort . I was very disappointed with my stay at your hotel. First of all we were staying with a wedding party and when we tried to book a non lake view room we were told that all that was available was lake view so we booked that, we later found out that people in our party that booked after we did were told the same thing but then called back and talked to a different person and were able to book the cheaper room. Second upon entering the coyote willow building we found the smell of the hallway very offensive, every corner of the the hallway and the room was filled with spiderwebs full of dead bugs. We found our beds to be about as comfortable as a sleeping bag laid on the floor. While showering in was dismayed to find that the tub was slow to drain and by the time i finished my shower I was standing in water above my ankles. In total I found the 4 star price I paid did not match the 2 star motel feel of our stay.
My Husband and I have traveled all over the US and have stayed in every type of accommodations out there...and this was the worst we have ever experienced. The hotel clerk was very friendly upon arrival, she gave us our keys & directions to our room. When we arrived the door was proped open, my husband knocked and no one come to the door so he decided to proceed in. Immediatly upon entering the room I realized that it was nothing like the pictures on their website! I had reserved a King room and the room was only a single queen, no travel size ammenities, nothing. Then we heard running water in the bathroom, upon inspection we realized that the entire tub & shower was taken apart. My husband phoned the front desk & she said she would call us back. After waiting 20 minutes we called back to the desk and she said that there was not another available room and that we would either have to leave or stay there without a bathing facilities. She did say we could use the shower in the pool area to get ready the next day. We decided to stay and make the best of it. The next morning while dining at the restaurant, it was a good thing they had a buffet that was self serve because we had been eating for 30 minutes before our server came to take our drink order! Needless to say $150 per night is much, too much to pay even with a working bath & shower. You would be better served to pitch a tent!
We were disapointed to be in a totally different part of the resort complex from our friends. The restaurant is overpriced with a limited menu but good service. The view out back is nice of the lake and the marina. We spent every day, all day on the water in a boat. Starbucks coffee in the room was nice. We called for room service using the menu provided and were told they discontinued the room service due to liability????? WHat? It was a long walk to get breakfast and the buffet was very expensive, would have like to use the room service. I am not sure we would stay here again. Probably will stay in town where breakfast is included.
We stayed at this hotel during our grand tour of the ''southwest''. The hotel is low rise and set out into several seperate blocks. It is clean and the grounds are very well maintained. Limited variety of food and sometimes rather pushy waitress service. Pool can become rather crowded especially when a coach tour arrives but the view more than makes up for this minor setback. Please note this hotel is located in a National Park, therefore, you will require a pass to gain entry. (Fortunately, we had already purchased an Annual pass as we intended to visit severl parks on our holiday). Ideal for families with young//teenage children. Overall an enjoyable three night break in our somewhat hetic tour.
Had a wonderful stay! We stayed in their newly renovated Lakeview Room which was clean, and well-appointed. Despite the reviews, you need to book a Lakeview Deluxe Room. Service was friendly and helpful. We rented a houseboat and stayed at the hotel the night before. We will definitely come back again next year!
We were a little surprised by the park charge that increased our night stay by $15. The location was beautiful. However, our room faced the parking lot. We could only see a peek of the water. The cost/value ratio is what brings my traveler score to a three. The linens/decorations were outdated but clean. The bathtub had non-skid strips that were peeling up & appeared soiled. It was nice to have a large sliding glass door w/balcony. The coffee pot was visibly soiled. Good points: pet friendly (for an extra $20), Neutrogena products in the room; Bad point: no continental breakfast
We both enjoyed our trip very much. The room was spacious enough, the bed was much more comfortable than many other hotels I've stayed in, and I, personally enjoyed the food very much! They offered a breakfast buffett if you want or order from the menu and dinner was always good. We rented a 21' Baja Ski Boat and weren't too impressed but are spoiled by our own boat. This trip was, by the most part, to see if it was worth bringing our own boat back, and we both can't wait to go back again with our boat, and stay at the resort or rent a houseboat!