It is at the center of town, and easy to reach the Antelope Tour Agent and Safeway Store. Wifi was... See full review
May 26, 2014
economical and good
room was simple, clean, most economical in page. staff was very nice, accommodating. pool not in... See full review
Apr 22, 2014
Pet-friendly inn ideal for businessmen, adventurers
Guests find the best of the Southwest in northern Arizona using the Budget Inn as a base of operations. Spacious, well-appointed rooms at surprisingly affordable rates make this hotel a great choice. The central location provides easy access to Lake Powell, the Glen Canyon Dam, Monument Valley, and the Grand Canyon while the hotel's gracious amenities like an outdoor pool and ample boat parking ensure an enjoyable stay.
Free Internet kiosk
Seasonal outdoor pool
Pet-friendly accommodations (fees apply)
Express check-in and checkout
The Budget Inn's well-appointed rooms are spacious, comfortable, and provide the perfect refuge after a long day of sightseeing, shopping, or business. Each room includes queen beds, cable television, and telephone with free local calls and wake-up service. Some rooms include a refrigerator and microwave oven.
The inn, located just minutes from beautiful Lake Powell and the Glen Canyon Dam, offers boaters and vacationers the convenience of a central location in the heart of Page surrounded by shops, galleries, museums, restaurants, and tour outfitters. Page Municipal Airport is a general aviation facility.
The seasonal outdoor pool provides an air of relaxation and comfort.
Guests enjoy numerous recreational opportunities in the area, including boat tours to the world's largest natural stone arch, Rainbow Bridge National Monument, houseboating on 186 miles of lake, trout fishing below Glen Canyon Dam on the Colorado River, hiking ranging from walks to treks, scenic flights giving an overview of this immense mesa and plateau country, scuba diving through the canyons of Lake Powell, and mountain biking. Page has an 18-hole championship golf course with views of the lake and Glen Canyon Dam, in addition to the original nine-hole course started by volunteers in Page's early days.
Annual events 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 mi/1.6 km)
Grand Canyon National Park Airport (131.3 mi/211.3 km)
Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (140.3 mi/225.8 km)
Glen Canyon National Recreational Area (2.5 mi/4 km)
Navajo National Monument (61 mi/98.2 km)
Grand Canyon National Park, north entrance (95.2 mi/153.2 km)
Walnut Canyon National Monument (136.7 mi/220 km)
Grand Canyon National Park, south entrance (140.8 mi/226.6 km)
Free Internet kiosk
Copier and facsimile machine services
Policies and fees
Pet accommodations available.
This is not a comprehensive list of fees. Any amounts listed above may not include taxes and are subject to change.
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Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
We only stayed for a night. The room was big. The sheets were not clean. We arrived late in the night, so did not call the staff to change. Instead we put our own sheets over the bed. Rest is pretty basic. Some rooms are detached from the main
building.. so u have to cross a small street to get to the office. This was not an issue to us. The breakfast was decent. Good muffins.
I stayed here for 1 night on my road trip from L.A. to Denver. For some reason all rooms in town were incredibly expensive, so I had no choice and picked this one. The staff was nice and the location was find, but I cannot say good words to other
room was simple, clean, most economical in page. staff was very nice, accommodating. pool not in use and air conditioner old, but it worked well. all in all, not luxurious but an economical, good place to stay.
What a dump. I had a hard time writing a bad review about this hotel because their wifi was SOOOO terrible. If you're ok with door nobs coming off and duck tape holding fixtures together, this is the place for you. It's cheap, with a decent
location. Great for a place to stay while passing through town. Very poorly managed, sad to see as the staff and GM really are trying their best.