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Our hotel is conveniently located in downtown Page. We are within walking minutes to many restaurants, bars, art galleries, adventure travel and Antelope Tour Operator offices. Stay with us to tour Horseshoe Bend, Lower and Upper Antelope Canyons, Hanging Gardens, Glen Canyon Dam and...
This is a very comfortable hotel, rooms are big, it was supposed to be refurbished and the rooms had some new furniture but could tell it was a old hotel with fresh paint on the floors with rooms. the lobby and breakfast buffet are nice...More
Room was great. Beds comfortable. Pool a little chilly, but lots of fun. Someone had to come & let us in the pool.
We tried to scan our room key, but instead there was a latch at the top of the gate. Check-in & check-out...More
The rooms where not clean, don't walk on your bare feet because they will be dirty. The staff at the hotel was very friendly. The breakfast was more than OK. The hotel has 1 elevator, so be prepared for a queue.
The place was clean and neatly maintained, good breakfast was served in the morning, ample parking space. That said, this would not be my first choice if I ever go back to Page, just because of the rooms they have in the basement level. Our...More
Pool was really cold but jacuzzi was nice. The beds were comfy and the towels we soft. This place has 4 sets of washer dryer so that was good because we were traveling and they worked well and fast. Great tasting breakfast there had a...More
Seems the only efforts spent on training and/or actual customer service are spent on making excuses and defaming any and all reviewers that don’t give them positive marks. Just a simple room change, apology, or other efforts... More
Seems the only efforts spent on training and/or actual customer service are spent on making excuses and defaming any and all reviewers that don’t give them positive marks. Just a simple room change, apology, or other efforts would seem to go a long way.