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I recommend Red Cliff Lodge for the amazingly Great Staff and Hospitality showed us during our stay! The Fantastic views are once in a life time bucket list views! The beautiful accommodations are very clean and well appointed.
We stayed at Red Cliff Lodge while taking a Grand Circle tour with Insight. This was the only lodge outside the National parks that we stayed at. I can't say enough about our stay. The rooms were more than comfortable. There was room to spread out. There was a sitting area with table and chairs and a kitchenette (refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker) as well as a couch just three steps down from the rest of the room. There were utensils including a corkscrew, which came in handy when we went to the winery and tasted wine and ended up buying a bottle to enjoy while we were there. There were wine glasses, coffee cups and drinking glasses for 4. But the rooms were nothing compared to views out the sliding glass doors. The patio and lounger and chairs made taking in the view so easy. We were traveling with my parents who are in their mid 80's. When they manager found out they had some minor mobility issues, they moved my parents to room near the main lodge area. Their room was all on one level which made such a difference. The view from their patio was the Colorado River and all the red rock canyon walls. Sunrise was stunning. Our room was on the creek side. We saw horses grazing off in the pasture and lots of the Canyon walls. This location made it easy to see Arches and Canyonlands Parks. Each was a little over a half hour from the lodge. Even if you just wanted to stay at the resort, there are lots of things to do. There is the winery on premises. There is also a little museum downstairs of the main area. There is a interesting video of how Moab was used in many westerns and even films like Thelma and Louise. There is a restaurant that serves a breakfast buffet, Monday through Saturday, which was listed at $11.95. I assume it is open to the public as well as those staying in the resort and the spread was very good. On Sundays the buffet is brunch. The price was listed at $16.95. The selection was great, including a omelet station. I know at home, a brunch buffet would cost us more than that. One night we had a cowboy picnic which had been organized for our tour group. The food was good. The second night we ate in the restaurant. The flat iron steak was wonderful. The views from the restaurant made sunrise and sunset a thing to behold since the light played off the river and rocks. I would highly recommend this ranch for anyone in the Moab area. The pictures on their website of the area are accurate. No pictures that I took could come close to showing them any better.
We stayed at Red Cliffs in early October. Its locations is fabulous, between red cliffs and the Colorado River. The view from their dinning room is gorgeous! We stayed in a 2-queens, creek-side room. While the room showed its age a bit, it was spacious, comfortable and clean with a nice kitchenette area that included coffee maker, toaster, frig, microwave, utensils, wine glasses, etc. In the a.m., we could see horses in the field across from our patio! The lodge's staff were very friendly and helpful, even providing directions to some great trout-fishing lakes. For dinner, we tried the dining room once, but preferred going into Moab, which is a short, pleasant drive away, for simpler food. We loved our stay and plan to go back to Red Cliffs Lodge in May for our anniversary.
We enjoyed our 2 night stay at Red Cliffs except for the poor WiFi and no cell phone signal (T-Mobile). They can't control the cell phone signals, but they need to update/.upgrade WiFi. The view from room was fabulous and my husband spent couple of hours watching a group of Big Horn Sheep on mountain for our deck (with binocular on tripods). It was very relaxing to watch sunset, moon rise, and sunrise from room. It is a 25 min drive from Moab but also a beautiful one.
This former ranch turned rustic resort is an absolute delight. We had a beautiful cabin on the Colorado river, with the red rocks towering over it. The resort is minutes away from Zion National Park, Canyonlands, Dead Horse State Park (picture Thelma & Louise going over the Canyon in their convertible) and the town of Moab with its shops and restaurants galore. Casual in all respects, Red Cliffs Lodge also includes fine dining on a deck overlooking the beautiful sunsets on the Colorado River. And be sure to book a ride on horseback in the red rocks - completely wonderful experience.
This is a great place to stay. It is located about 20 minutes outside of downtown Moab. It is an easy drive. The lodge itself is large and comfortable. There are great views from your room. My room had a small patio, also with a great view. Adventure activities are available. Hiking trails are accessible directly from the lodge grounds. The restaurant is good. There is also a winery onsite.
Title sums it up! Plus very comfy bed! Restaurant is pretty good. Nice to have kitchen. Very serene quiet place. Staff are so friendly! I do wish it had been a bit closer to town though. Nice pool and hot tub!
Away from it all with spectacular views. Room was very spacious and well appointed. It also has a sitting/kitchen area with a microwave, toaster, coffee maker, plates and cutlery. Dining was excellent! Property also has a winery which we were unable to visit.
Best place we stayed on trip to Arizona and Utah. Everything was breathtaking. The room, patio, food, wine, stars and scenery were beyond our expectations. None in our party wanted to leave. Drive along road from Moab along the Colorado River was a pleasure. Recommending to family and friends.
Set on the Colorado River a few miles outside of Moab and nestled between gigantic red cliffs this is a fabulous place to stay. Every room has a private patio with stellar views. In the morning we got to see the horses grazing and a few emboldened larger ones stretching their necks to get to the “good grass” on our side of the fence. Eat dinner on the deck with a million dollar view. Not a cheap date and worth the price
Red Cliffs Lodge places you within a 15-minute drive of Arches National Park and The Red Hills. This 110-room, 3-star resort has conveniences like free in-room WiFi, free self parking, and a fitness center.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the resort's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.
The 110 air-conditioned rooms feature kitchenettes and balconies or patios. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and satellite TV. Other standard amenities include sofa beds, ceiling fans, and safes.
At Red Cliffs Lodge, guests have access to a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and a business center. If you decide to drive, there's free parking. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with tours/tickets and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a seasonal outdoor pool, free newspapers, and a terrace.