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The location close to the lake was positive but not so exceptional. Rooms are a bit run down (stained carpeting, telephone not working), tissue box was empty when we arrived and some detergent dispensers in the room were empty. We stayed two nights and the second day the room was not serviced (beds not done, room and bathroom not cleaned, towels not changed) due to COVID - at least this is what a note given at check-in said, even though the fact that the room would have not been serviced was not clear. It seems more an excuse to cover personnel shortage. Additionally, one has to pay $30 for the park entrance fee in order to reach the hotel. This was not immediately visible when reserving the room. I was told by the manager that the info is present on the hotel website. The front desk manager was very professional and offered a compensation for the shortcomings. It would be recommendable to fix the housekeeping issues and highlight at the time of reservation both the park fee and the fact that rooms will not be serviced.

Old and needs updated.

Very nice property and views. Rooms are clean but a little out dated.

March is considered pre-season therefore no breakfast available. This is a bit of a probkem because any restaurant is miles away.

Great place

I booked a king size bedroom but i just arrived here. The front guy assigned a room and I found out it is two queen bedroom. I called front desk and ask to change the room type since I didn’t touch anything but they said there is no more king size bedroom… I don’t know why I booked a king size bedroom and they assigned the room to others? Kinda upset and leave. No way to get my money back.

good place to stay

Liked the location at the lake

It’s remote and on Federal Land. You have to pay $30 just to get to the resort. Our king balcony room with a view was awful. No desk, no microwave, only one chair and the hair dryer was awful. And although they advertised two restaurants only one was open and you couldn’t get into the restaurant or lounge without a reservation - not even for breakfast. This place caters to Tour Busses and they get all the attention. There are many hotels in Page. Do yourself a favor and pick one of them. You’ll pay half as much and probably get a free breakfast to boot.

Check in person was very rude, outdated hotel and had a smell to it, surrounding are and location were great

The property is very old and outdated. the rooms are ugly. You have to pay a $30 Glen Canyon fee just to get to the hotel. This was never mentioned. It's a waste of money. You can stay in a hotel for much cheaper and better condition in Page

Location is excellent! amenities are rather old, but all function.

Views to die for, rooms need some updating, great food in both restaurants.

Everything mostly pleasing due to rooms needing more updating. Views are terrific! Pools are clean and fun! Laundry facilities need enlargement and updating, and dryers need to be working. Also, dryers taking everyone’s money when not working, no coin return. Food excellent and gift store has something of everything for a tourist.

Definitely recommend this Resort. Beautiful views!!

Property was well kept and room was clean. Restaurant available however we did not eat there. View of lake was beautiful.

The rooms were spacious. The staff was lovely. The fitness room had a nice variety of equipment.

The view and location is top notch. The property itself is great. The only draw back was the WiFi was almost nonexistent. Need to fix that.

Where to begin! The website said the “Resort Rooms” have been newly remodeled. Which is a lie. -Popcorn ceilings (takes me back to my childhood) -2 large brown stains on the carpet -marks all over the walls -TV did not work -Internet did not work. (The front desk man told me it’s always slow at that time of night (8:00 pm) because all guests had devices they were using at that time. So I just needed to wait until they all went to sleep! It wouldn’t even pull up the main Google page. -Sink leaked water all over the counter, so I was unable to have anything on the counter top. -Bathroom fan comes on when you turn on the light. The fan is loud and you can hear it from outside the room! So every time someone went to the bathroom, it woke up the entire room. -Furniture was old and visibly worn out with massive scratches and hardly any stain still left on the dresser, nightstand and table. -No towels at the pools -The view of Lake Powell is amazing! So the location is the best you can get.

Have our dog with us and reserved pet friendly room with lake view. At checkin, we were informed that pet friendly lake view rooms don't exist, but the gal at the desk let us have a lake view room as selected on orbitz.

Lakeshore Drive Page AZ

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Lake Powell
  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Wahweap Marina is within a 5-minute walk of Lake Powell Resort while other popular sites like Lake Powell are within a 15-minute stroll. This 348-room, 3-star resort has a restaurant, a marina, and an outdoor pool.


Dining

This resort is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. You can sip a beverage at the coffee shop/cafe. Full breakfast is offered for a fee weekends from 6:00 AM to 10:00 AM.


Rooms

Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Balconies, refrigerators, and coffee makers are other standard amenities.


Property features

Guests staying at Lake Powell Resort enjoy access to a marina, an outdoor pool, and free WiFi in public areas. If you drive, put free parking to good use. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with sightseeing, directions, and local dining recommendations. Other amenities at this beach resort include express check-out, free newspapers, and laundry facilities.

Room options

View, One King Bed, Non-Smoking

1 King Bed | Sleeps 3

Deluxe View, Two Queen Beds, Non-Smoking

2 Queen Beds | Sleeps 5

Traditional, One King or Queen Bed, Non Smoking

1 King Bed | 1 Queen Bed | Sleeps 3

View, Two Queen Beds, Non-Smoking

2 Queen Beds | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Lake Powell Resort

Everyone (8) Couples (10) Family (30)
3
Family

The location close to the lake was positive but not so exceptional. Rooms are a bit run down (stained carpeting, telephone not working), tissue box was empty when we arrived and some detergent dispensers in the room were empty. We stayed two nights and the second day the room was not serviced (beds not done, room and bathroom not cleaned, towels not changed) due to COVID - at least this is what a note given at check-in said, even though the fact that the room would have not been serviced was not clear. It seems more an excuse to cover personnel shortage. Additionally, one has to pay $30 for the park entrance fee in order to reach the hotel. This was not immediately visible when reserving the room. I was told by the manager that the info is present on the hotel website. The front desk manager was very professional and offered a compensation for the shortcomings. It would be recommendable to fix the housekeeping issues and highlight at the time of reservation both the park fee and the fact that rooms will not be serviced.

By on Jun 5, 2022

1
Everyone

Old and needs updated.

By on May 31, 2022

4
Partner Couples

Very nice property and views. Rooms are clean but a little out dated.

By on May 1, 2022

Review comment responded on May 3, 2022

Hi Art, Thanks for taking the time to leave your feedback. Best, JB, Front Desk Manager

4
Family

March is considered pre-season therefore no breakfast available. This is a bit of a probkem because any restaurant is miles away.

By , from Effingham on Mar 24, 2022

Review comment responded on May 3, 2022

Hi Vicki, Thanks for sharing your feedback. Our website will always have an updated hours of operations here at Lake Powell Resort and services available. Best, JB, Front Desk Manager

5
Everyone

Great place

By on Mar 6, 2022

Review comment responded on Mar 14, 2022

Hi Andrii, Thanks for taking the time to leave your feedback. Safe travels! Thanks, Josh Butler, Front Desk Manager

1
Family

I booked a king size bedroom but i just arrived here. The front guy assigned a room and I found out it is two queen bedroom. I called front desk and ask to change the room type since I didn’t touch anything but they said there is no more king size bedroom… I don’t know why I booked a king size bedroom and they assigned the room to others? Kinda upset and leave. No way to get my money back.

By on Jan 3, 2022

Review comment responded on Jan 7, 2022

Hi Chen, Very sorry about this inconvenience. We did not have the room to provide and the 3rd party booking did not recognize our inventory level. Thanks for your feedback. Best, JB, Front Desk Manager

4
Family

good place to stay

By on Nov 14, 2021

Review comment responded on Dec 30, 2021

Hello, Thanks for your feedback!

5
Partner Couples

Liked the location at the lake

By on Oct 28, 2021

1
Family

It’s remote and on Federal Land. You have to pay $30 just to get to the resort. Our king balcony room with a view was awful. No desk, no microwave, only one chair and the hair dryer was awful. And although they advertised two restaurants only one was open and you couldn’t get into the restaurant or lounge without a reservation - not even for breakfast. This place caters to Tour Busses and they get all the attention. There are many hotels in Page. Do yourself a favor and pick one of them. You’ll pay half as much and probably get a free breakfast to boot.

By , from Indian Land on Oct 6, 2021

Review comment responded on Oct 11, 2021

Hi Thomas, Thank you for taking the time to write this review. The $30 entrance fee is not specifically for the resort but for the Park Service payment for getting into the recreation area and access to all services. I'm very sorry to hear about the condition of the room. We have addressed these issues immediately. Currently we have 2 open restaurants on property. Driftwood Lounge, no reservation needed. Rainbow Room, breakfast and dinner require reservations. We appreciate your feedback. Best, Josh Butler, Front Desk Manager

2
Partner Couples

Check in person was very rude, outdated hotel and had a smell to it, surrounding are and location were great

By on Sep 27, 2021

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