The rooms are clean, beds comfortable with crisp sheets. Air handling system a little noisy, but... See full review
Nov 5, 2014
liked everything besides *extremely* slow wifi/internet. Hotel staff did not have any tips. Suggest... See full review
Jul 17, 2014
Paddle, putt, pedal, and powerboat in Lake Powell
This inviting Southwestern-designed hotel, overlooking Arizona's breathtaking Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and the pristine waters of Lake Powell, offers convenient access to the challenging Lake Powell National Golf Course, as well as to the Glen Canyon Dam, Antelope Canyon, Wahweap, and Antelope Point marinas. Guests experience day trips with awe-inspiring sights of the Zion, Bryce Canyon, the Grand Canyon, and the incredible mesas of Monument Valley.
Great access to golf, plus water sports at local marinas
On-site breakfast available
Complimentary Wi-Fi access
Convenient to downtown Page
The four-story Courtyard Page offers 153 deluxe Southwestern-style guest rooms, each with luxury bedding, air-conditioning, a television offering free HBO and other premium cable channels, mini-fridge, alarm clock, coffeemaker, iron/ironing board, and complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access. Microwave, rollaway beds and cribs are available.
Whether traveling for business or leisure, guests find that the Courtyard Page AZ Lake Powell anticipates their every need. Golfers are surrounded by a challenging 18-hole course, but the hotel also provides the perfect base for visits to Lake Powell and the Grand Circle destinations: Monument Valley, Bryce Canyon, Canyon De Chelly, Zion National Park, and Grand Canyon.
Guests appreciate Pepper's Restaurant, serving breakfast, and Peppers Cantina, a casual on-site lounge offering Southwestern fare and adult beverages. The hotel also has a well-equipped fitness center, and a seasonal outdoor pool and whirlpool.
The hotel, close to area dining, shopping, and entertainment venues, including galleries and museums, also provides laundry services.
Beautiful red, slick-rock scenery surrounds Page, enticing boaters, hikers, bicyclists, photographers, and sightseers. Annual events, which draw visitors to this northern Arizona community just minutes from the Utah border, include bass fishing tournaments, mountain bike racing, rodeos, adventure racing, golf tournaments, craft fairs, music and dance performances, art shows and an air show with hot air balloons, vintage aircraft, and monster trucks.
Page Municipal Airport (1.5 mi/2.4 km)
Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (139.4 mi/224.3 km)
Grand Canyon National Park Airport (130.7 mi/210.3 km)
Glen Canyon National Recreational Area (1.6 mi/2.6 km)
Navajo National Monument (62.1 mi/99.9 km)
Grand Canyon National Park, north entrance (94.6 mi/152.2 km)
Grand Canyon National Park, south entrance (139.9 mi/225.1 km)
Walnut Canyon National Monument (136.1 mi/219 km)
One meeting room covers 4,104 square feet
Meeting and convention space accommodate 4 to 400 people
Complimentary Wi-Fi access.
Business center with printing and facsimile services
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Choose a change of pace at Pepper's Restaurant, located at the Courtyard hotel in Page, AZ. Serving American food with a Southwestern Flair, Pepper's is open for Breakfast year-round, and for dinner from Mid March-October.
Terms and conditions
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The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
A typical Marriott experience with one exception, only Marriott I can recall that only has one interior and one exterior set of stairs for the entire second floor. This trip I had much gear with me that I had to carry up and down the stairs, and
because of that, it wasn't my favorite stay. Most Marriotts I have been to in the past have had an elevator