BEST WESTERN PLUS at Lake Powell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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No fun at all
We had a long drive in no less than a blizzard on the way to Page and were looking forward to a comfortable stay in a nice hotel, but were disappointed. My bed was slanted, there was a mysterious stain on the sheet that I didn't discover until the next morning (gross), and the room was dimly lit and decorated in hotel-chain-depression decor. The breakfast was ok, their hot food was oatmeal, which I actually like. Staff was mixed, the check-in guy was a NYJ fan and berated us about the SD Chargers. Not a great way to greet a guest. Breakfast host was a nice guy. Room was cheap. Lobby was cute. I think the tv was actually hi-def, it really looked 3-D and I noticed it right away. Maybe I was a little loopy after the blizzard.
Great Location & rooms very clean
When arriving at Hotel Staff was very helpful and kind, check in was very fast and we were in our room very fast room was bigger then the other hotels we stayed in and very clean There Are only prasies for this hotel I would stay there any time again, what seperated this hotel from others is the service adn cleanlyness of the hotel they also provided much more too do then when we exspected which made our stay Wonderful
Best Western - you can never tell!
I had to chuckle when reading one of the previous reviews where the person requested a view. I don't think this hotel has one! Our view was the back car park & the BW Arizonainn behind it.
Having said that though, I rather liked this hotel. We had a junior suite & I was highly impressed with the room. It had a lounge/dining area with kitchenette, 2 queen beds in the bedroom & the bathroom sink was outside the actual bathing area (very handy when sharing a room). We had the usual problem though that I've found with Best Westerns....the room above sounded like it had a herd of elephants stampeding through it. My advice would be to request a room on the top floor.
I found the staff at this hotel to be very pleasant & was surprised to find an Australian girl checking us out in the morning. It's nice to hear an accent from home when you're 9000 miles away from it.
Not Terribly Impressed..But OK.
We booked this hotel as somewhat of a last resort--My little family did the big loop around the 'Canyon in October, and needed somwhere to stay beween Bryce and Monument Valley. After our first choices were found to be booked up, we settled on the Best Western at lake Powell. I suppose it proved somewhat satisfactory, but the hotel in general seemed to be in a certain state of decay--it just seemed older than the others we had stayed at. While I don't have any terribly specific complaints,(other than the fact that the staff apparently turns off the A/C when units are unoccupied--leaving rooms humid, musty, and hot when you check in) The room in general left me with an undefinable sense of malaise. That's all. It was OK, but I've certainly stayed in better. For all you doing research, BOOK EARLY for rooms in the 'Grand Circle' region--even in the off-season, they book up quick!!!
Just an overnight stay here on 25th Sept - rooms were spacious (perhaps in need of updating and a security chain on door would have been preferred) but clean. Huge range of TV channels in room. Pool area small but adequate for time of year and enjoyed full sunshine. Continental breakfast was plentiful and varied and staff were friendly and welcoming (both in contrast to other Best Western in Page). Would have no hesitation returning to hotel.
Enjoyed Our Visit
My wife and I stayed at this motel on July 22nd and 23rd, 2004. We found this motel to be very attractive, clean and modern. The rates were very reasonable. The outdoor pool and hot tub were nice but always crowded. It is located centrally within Page in an area with many other lodging properties. It afforded easy access to Lake Powell recreation activities.
The continental breakfast was average at best. It was always crowded and items were not replenished as needed.
Parking was good and within easy reach of the nearest exit.
If we were visiting this area again I would not hesitate to stay here
We stayed here one night in early July. Although the hotel was clean and comfortable, and rooms were spacious, the staff need to be trained in customer service. Breakfast was good, very busy all morning, but there was a good selection.
We stayed at the Best Western at Lake Powell July July 3rd to 6th 2004. The rate was unbeatable and I must say that it was definetly worth the $70/night we paid
Although our room was facing the front of the hotel (no nice view as we had requested). We found our room tastefully decorated and impeccable.
The pool area was very nice but I would add umbrellas to get some shade to make it perfect.
The Continental breakfast was basic but the breakfast area was nicely decorated and inviting.
We would definetely stay at this hotel again should we come back to Page, Az.
WE stayed here for 1 night in May 2004. The room was ok although the air-con was noisy and wasn't very effective. The pool was cold (I only dipped my toes in) and the hot tub was definately not hot. I told staff about this and they were going to fix it but i didn't go back to the pool. The free breakfast was toast and as i recall yoghurt and orange juice. Hey it was better than another place i stayed at and was adequate for us New Zealanders . Overall pretty average but i guess you could do worse.
Pity about breakfast!
Room was OK, but breakfast (queueing up for 2 slices of toast) was distinctly below average.
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... federal law allows people to openly carry fire arms on the shuttle busses. After seeing a man with an ouzo and a whip get on a bus at the visitor's centre......we drove through the park in our own car with the windows up keeping an eye out for snipers. We travelled on for a few hours to Page, a purpose built town to support the building of Glen Canyon Dam, on the shore of Lake Powell and the gateway to the slot canyons. Watch this space for another Microsoft screen saver photo ...