Courtyard Page at Lake Powell

Address: 600 Clubhouse Drive, Page, Arizona, 86040, United States | 3 star hotel
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard Page at Lake Powell

        Reviewed by acgwhale

        Gute Mittelklasse

        Reviewed May 13, 2014
        by (3 reviews) St. Gallen , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

        Das Hotel ist sehr sauber.

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        Reviewed by zjonneke

        Mooi hotel

        Reviewed Sep 10, 2013
        by (15 reviews) Kaatsheuvel , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

        Een groot en net buiten de plaats Page gelegen hotel. Alles ruim van opzet. Mooie grote kamer met dubbel 2-persoons bed. Een prima uitvalsbasis om Page en omgeving te verkennen.

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        Historical Traveler Reviews Courtyard Page at Lake Powell

        Superb value for money


        We were just passing through and wanted somewhere just to sleep. We couldnt have asked for anything more suitable - big room with 2 beds, good bathroom, very cheap. If you want more than that don't stay in Page! If you have to stay in Page, stay here.

        No surprises


        After a variety of accommodation on the Grand Circle we found the room cool, clean and spacious.

        Peppers restaurant provided a good value dinner/buffet breakfast.

        All in all, exactly what we expected.

        Shame about reception staff


        We spent one night here in August 2004 during a 3 week US vacation. The reception staff were poor and did not welcome in any way . I have never experienced such lack of welcome in the US and would have been surprised at such in the UK where we are not known for service .We arrived at 2.20pm when temperatures were pushing 40 deg, were curtly told too soon rooms were not available until 3pm .When I asked if there was anywhere we could get a drink was told no but we could sit in the garden ! The restaurant / bar was closed to prepare for dinner at 5pm . We went away and visited the dam ( worth a visit ) and came back The first room they gave us was already taken and we were called back to be alocated another .The room was clean , spacious and beds comfortable but no fridge/ minbar and inadequate toiletries plus could not supply promised toiletries on request from reception .

        I did take these issues up with the duty manager who arranged a fridge and did tell me the shop could have sold me soft drinks/ chilled water . Not sure what is going on there but they sure do have some training issues to address

        Auf Weidersehen, Pet


        We only stayed one night there, but it was a very memorable experience for all the right reasons. They were filming Auf Wiedersehen, Pet, a UK tv series, while we were there though we didn't see anyone famous. We got a very good night's sleep and the breakfast was superb. Really nice location on the edge of town, shame most of Page was closed as it was out of season (November)

        Oasis in the desert


        Very good standard for the price.

        Cool spacious rooms and public areas. Good pool and restaurant. The menu was quite creative for a hotel and the food enjoyable.

        Comfort & Convenience At Courtyard


        Courtyards are pretty standard, and that's good. This one features large, spacious rooms, a good work desk and best of all, FREE Wireless Internet. Hotel staff is adequate. Tried the restaurant for Breakfast only and it had a nice, but unexceptional buffett, pretty bad coffee.

        Hotel is convenient to everything in Page. Kids loved the pool.

        Good value for price


        Nice looking hotel, room quite nice inside, but in a corner without view. Pleasant and sufficiently large swimming pool. Price low (like lake Powell water level). Restaurant : not good, not bad. June 2004.

        A pleasant place to stay


        The Courtyard by Marriott in Page is much like other motels in the Courtyard brand; it's somewhere between a nice motel and a full service hotel. I found this Courtyard to be especially well designed and tastefully decorated in a Southwest style. Our room (two queen beds) was spacious and clean, and the bathroom was spotless. It was near 100 degrees outside but the air in our room and the hallways was comfortable. The pool was very nice and clean. The woman working in the gift shop seemed to be the unofficial concierge; she had maps of the Page area that she used to give me directions to Antelope Point and to the overlook of the Colorado River at Horsehoe Bend. My wife tried to work out in the exercise room, but she said the air circulation was bad and the room reeked of garlic. There is a restaraunt in the Courtyard, but we didn't eat there. We paid about $90 for our room.

        Excellent for the price


        I stayed here 2 nights in April 2004 and thought it was one of the better places on the trip. Very clean modest priced hotel for around $65 per night tax included. Very convenient to Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam area. We used this as a halfway point and drove to Monument Valley and back for one day. The staff was great and Peppers restaurant on site was decently priced with above average food. I'd highly recommend if you are looking for a clean, quiet comfortable room. Ask for a lake facing room on the upper floors if possible.

        Courtyard - perhaps the best in Page


        During my early March '04 stay at the Courtyard, I found the location to be ideal on the edge of Page. My large room was on the top floor (of four) which allowed me an uninterupted view of both Lake Powell and Vermillion Cliffs in the distance. An outdoor balcony overlooked the high desert - a big plus to have outdoor access. Spotlessly clean, new carpet, friendly and helpful staff, in-room coffee, 'puter access, comfortable bedding and a quiet but accessible location makes me think this among the nicest places to stay in quiet Page. The fitness room was above average. Although the restaurant and gift shop were closed for their "off season", I'd return here.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Courtyard Page at Lake Powell

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Page

        Drive to Page

        A travel blog entry by kiwifamilyclark on Sep 28, 2015

        6 photos

        ... waters of the river in both sunlight and as the sun set. Back in town we went to a restaurant Anne had selected called John's Big Texas Barbeque. It was set in the forecourt of an old service station. A live band was playing on a stage with the barbeques smoking on the roadside. We sat at long tables with buckets of unshelled peanuts. The food was quick and tasty and the setting ...

        Lake Powell

        A travel blog entry by thegormans on Sep 18, 2015

        11 photos

        ... Their juices succulent and nourishing; we left payment under a rock beside the grandest orchard tree. As so happens with long journeys a small but prosperous town found us, making our way through its bazaar, we crossed paths with a winery. Allah as my witness, I partook none of the grape, it touched not mine lips; but its fragrance was that of perfumes imported from the Far East. We procured eleven bottles for your pleasure, my King; I’ve given them unto your Chamberlain ...

        Day Five

        A travel blog entry by maccaj8 on Sep 12, 2015


        ... Although Insured we don't pay you we pay your Widow.
        We drove along the Hualipai Mountains, stunning. Saw the Pinion Pine where the pine nuts come from, did you know they only fruit every two years, I am becoming a font of knowledge too.
        passed Flintstone Village is up for sale if anyone is interested.
        just love the Navajo Indians. There is a story about the Code Talkers who were all young Navajo men. Australia has a lot to be thankful ...

        Day 3 - Williams to Page

        A travel blog entry by frostys on Jul 29, 2015

        1 comment, 34 photos

        ... View was wonderful, with the Colorado River winding below. We headed out of the park & crossed the Painted Desert, which lived up to its name. But here we hit a traffic jam, yes in the middle of the desert!!! The attendant told Chris off for winding to the front of the queue, she really did have attitude as her fluorescent jacket told us. Here we waiting along with a never increasing frustrated crowd of Americans ...

        Dinosaurs and Antelopes

        A travel blog entry by johnbrand on Jun 25, 2015

        32 photos

        ... a canyon has been formed by the Colorado River that is in the shape of a horseshoe. The overlook is about 1000 feet straight down. It was three fourths of a mile hike to get there but well worth it. We kept passing Asian families wearing long pants and long sleeved shirts with jackets. We can't figure it out. It is super hot!

        We had a few minutes to kill before we had to get back for ...

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