Lake Powell Resort3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Clean, convenient hotel with beautiful views of Lake Powell.
Nice facility BUT things you need to know about include: Reservation shows ground floor BUT you might get something else (confirm before you arrive). Some lights in the room work BUT some don't (like the one light you need in the middle of the night when you first get to the room). The coffee maker (Keurig) is supplied with 3 teas, one hot chocolate, one decaf and one regular coffee BUT it does not work where it is located in the room (needed to move it to a different wall plug). GREAT VIEWS from the room BUT these same great views are only available in the restaurant during weird operating hours (which include closing for an hour between breakfast and lunch and then again between lunch and dinner). Desk Staff is friendly and fast BUT the rest of the staff could care less about your experience at this resort (they are just there to get a paycheck). Room was OK BUT generally it could have used a good dusting (however, it is the desert and the wind does blow). Again over all, it is really a nice facility with a great location and super vistas BUT the other weirdness might be a little to much to make this a happily remembered stay. Your experience may be different BUT we will give it one more try and if this continues: "we are outa there". Thanks ARAMarkServices for again providing us with your usual US National Park Service room experience (USPS needs to monitor your operations more closely or UP the STANDARDS you must meet, IMHO).
Enjoyed my stay. Comfortable room with spectacular views from balcony.
We had a very nice view of the lake. We ate in the restaurant for lunch. Staff seemed a bit harried. Food was quite good.
Good location, but if you stay longer than one night, you have to call to get your room cleaned!
The hotel is in a great location with beautiful views. The rooms are in need of maintenance and updating.
We loved that we were so close to the lake but it's literally the only place to stay by the water. You can rent a houseboat and be ON the water but there were only two of us so we didn't do this. Take note: you have to pay $25 to get to the resort because you're going into a National Park. I'm not exactly sure how they can call themselves a resort, there were no activities and not even a workout room. There are two pools: one is bigger, has umbrellas, a hot tub, and a pool bar (it was closed because we were there in the off-season). The other is right off the restaurant, it's deeper, smaller and no umbrellas. As far as we could see, kids were allowed at both. There is no lake swimming at the resort. We had a double queen bedroom on the second floor (no elevator) looking onto the lake and the pool. When the kids were in the pool, it could get kind of loud. The room was nice but the lighting in the bathroom where the toilet and shower are was really dim, they could use new light fixtures. I also would have appreciated a small table on the deck, there were no tables in the room or deck to play cards. There are 3 restaurants on site and a small cafe. We did not eat in the "fancy" restaurant. Our favorite place was the restaurant by the boat launch, excellent pizza and veggie burgers. We ate at the other restaurant once and the food was just okay, especially for the price. We're glad we came in the off-season, the pools must be crowded in the summer. We needed some quiet time!
It is an older hotel. But our stay here is great! Our room was clean and well-maintained. I recommend getting the lake view, it will be worth it. There are 2 restaurants in the lobby. Both are kind of expensive but the food is delicious. It is a few miles from the main center of Page so don't be alarmed if you arrive at night. There are no street lights and you might think you are lost. The gps will take you through the marina. It will make more sense during the day. They also offer boat cruises through the canyon. We would stay here again.
I did not receive any type of compensation for not been able to access the room. Not even a sorry.
Very pleasant surroundings, hotel adjoins federal public lands with great walking paths - wide open spaces.
The overall hotel is awesome- the views are amazing! Check-in was easy, restaurant served great food and we were happy with the surroundings outside of the room. We had a marina view room in building #1, and room was just overall tired and dark. The room was clean though and served the purpose- you can't be in the room much with the beautiful lake right there. If we were to go back we would probably stay at one of the newer hotels in the town and come out to the Lake Powell resort for dinner.
Lake Powell Resort was a great hotel. We stayed here for 2 nights and took advantage of all Page has to offer!
This was a great location to stay, during the summer season it probably is very busy. We were there in November so activities were more limited, but much quieter.
Could be top notch, but room decor and bathrooms are outdated, and amenities were sparse for $400 per night. Not even a box of Kleenex in the bathroom. Gorgeous views and family friendly.
Very busy during the summer season and lots of hustle and bustle around the resort. Resort is located in a Federal National Park and provides access to waterline, marinas, hotel and resort, and amenities. Place could use a freshening up soon; minor repairs, cosmetic defects, etc. Benefits are that the resort is located right on the edge of the lake, providing easiest access to houseboating, watercraft, tours, etc.
Downside is wifi is terrible and so is gps. Both services do not work well there, but I don't believe that it is the hotels fault.
Great hotel food cold and not impressed with the prices we ate in town
Would stay there again definitely. Would not eat in the dining room, however. Food was good but overpriced and we waited over an hour for entree salads. Last time we were there 5 years ago, service was incredibly slow also.
Hotel was nice but Rainbow bridge tour was great. It is a wonderful creation of nature. One of hte largest natural bridges in the world.
Nice location, but no room wifi. Room with bugs and spiders.
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Located within a leisurely stroll of Wahweap Marina, Lake Powell Resort is within a 10-minute drive of Carl Hayden Visitor Center. This 348-room, 3-star resort has 2 outdoor pools along with a marina and 4 restaurants. It's on a lake and also a short drive from Glen Canyon Dam.
Enjoy dining at Rainbow Room, one of 4 onsite restaurants. Get an energy boost at the coffee shop/café, or grab a drink at the bar/lounge. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
All 348 air-conditioned rooms feature balconies, refrigerators, and coffee makers. For entertainment, guests can enjoy cable TV. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Free local calls, ironing boards, and desks are other standard amenities.
Guests of Lake Powell Resort have access to a marina, 2 outdoor pools, and a fitness center. There's free parking and a free area shuttle. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with concierge services, and offer advice about sights and eateries nearby. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, 2 meeting rooms, and express check-in.