Quality Inn at Lake Powell
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Another tick off of the Bucket List...
We checked out of the Grand Canyon Ranch in Meadview and started our drive towards Page, AZ. I wanted to drive via the Grand Canyon South Rim as I thought it would be more interesting than taking the freeways for the whole time. We weren't sure of the way to go to do this so we took a guess and …
As we walked out of our hotel room this morning to go to breakfast, we were greeted with another elk herd of 40-plus. They weren't more than 20 feet from us. They appeared to be all females with their babies. One baby elk stopped its mom right in her tracks to nurse. The mother had a look on her face that said, "Right now??!" At first the elk were …
... was a combination of crushed old asphalt from highway waste (?) and soft sand, we made it to the bridge into what looked like a very cool, very narrow, slot canyon. BUT... there was also a big NO Trespassing sign.. damn the guy in the office. But we still had a nice walk back through the petrified sand dunes, the Navaho Dunes, and returned to camp, had a steak dinner on our BBQ and an early ...
... was built in the late 50's. While Hoover is 726' high, Glen Canyon is close at 710' high. "Don" gave us and 18 others a 1 hour tour of the dam which included walking out on top and taking an elevator down to the generator room (which was glassed in.) Security was ever-present. Afterwards, we watched a video of the dam's construction (and how Page, AZ didn't exist until around 1958 and started out mainly as a big trailer park for the dam construction ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn at Lake Powell Page
When I booked this hotel I didn't realise the location or that every room looked out over an amazing drop down towards the lake.
The rooms were spacious and clean and the service was very friendly. We were happy with the included breakfast as well.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
Historical Traveler Reviews Quality Inn at Lake Powell Page
Bien pour le prix
Le Quality Inn de Page, Arizona, était assez bien pour le prix. Les chambres sont propres, avec frigo et micro-ondes. Salles de bains de bonne taille et petit déjeuner-buffet avec des plats chauds compris dans le prix.
Les seuls inconvénients, c'était que les serviettes étaient minuscules et que notre chambre était près du bar, où le karaoké durait jusqu'à minuit. Les employés étaient sympas et serviables.
Good deal for the price
The Quality Inn in Page AZ was a pretty good deal for the price. The rooms were clean, with a microwave and fridge. The bathroom was good-sized, and free hot breakfast buffet was included in the price of the room. The only downsides were the teeny towels, and the fact that our room was near the bar, which had Karaoke until 12 pm. Staff was friendly and helpful.
The front desk staff was fine and booked our tour to the Slot Canyons for us, which was great. However, we didn't realize there was no elevator, so we had to lug the baggage upstairs and down a long hall--through 2 fire doors (which were left open, even though the sign said they must remain closed at all times).Breakfast was OK, but no one was there to assist if you needed anything. The trash can in there was overflowing with disposable plates, etc. However, the worst things were: a)There were practically no electrical outlets in the room, which really limited use of hair dryers or cellphone chargers; and, most importantly, b)The bathroom was made for a toothpick-person. Neither of us are big, but we almost had to climb onto the toilet seat in order to get into the bathroom and shut the door. Once done, you had to almost get in the tub to open the door and leave the room. The water temp fluctuated constantly during a short shower, and the tap from the sink made the water run right against the back of the sink--not very appetizing for brushing teeth. We will never stay there again. Anything has to be better than this!
Great place to stay
Switched to this hotel (from the Courtyard) with family of 4. Large room, computer for guest use, hot breakfast and for a great price. Highly recommend this hotel.
The hotel looks OK on the outside, but the rooms are hovel quality at best. The "free" internet access requires them putting a $200 "deposit charge" onto your credit card as they have their "free" internet access only on the wall sockets that power is on. Somewhat misleading advertising for the proximity of walking distance to food and drink -- only one steak house and nothing else. My wife was NOT IMPRESSED to find a dirty toilet seat and --- hairs on the floor in the bathroom. The pool looks inviting, but is locked under padlock and staff said they didn't "know" where the key was. A small argument in the parking lot as workers were spraying TAR and didn't seem to care that the wind was carrying it towards our car. Had we known there were better properties more suitable and closer to restaurants, we'd have NEVER stayed at this property.
Thank you Frank & Catherine (front desk), You made our stay so nice! Page is filled with beauty that will take your breath away. The sunset from the Quality Inn WAS SO BEAUTIFUL. We look forward to our next visit to Page and the Quality Inn (clean and very affordable)!! Thank you for making our trip a memorable one.
Toni(NV)& Matt (OK) :O)
Stay somewhere else!
We were very disappointed with this hotel. The property itself was old and unattractive and the front desk was not very hospitable. The continental breakfast did not look very appealing either. We booked our trip thru Expedia and I think because we got such a low rate they put us in the worst room they had, the air conditioning was really loud which in a way was good because it drowned out all the outside noice. I would recommend that you try somewhere else.
Rate increase on arrival
If you make reservations by internet for this hotel and have a pet, the hotel charges $20 more for your room than is advertised. The reason, they explain, is that they have a limited number of "pet rooms" and the internet does not allow the guest to state whether or not they have a pet. Therefore, the extra charge--no mention is made of limited number of pet rooms when making a reservation. It's a bait and switch on the rates--I'd stay away.
If you love to be pampered and respected, you will want to visit the Quality Inn Page!! The hotel itself is beautiful. The staff makes it phenomenal!!
Not the kind of quality I want!
The room itself was okay but the desk service was poor and they didn't feel it was a big deal that there was no hot water one morning. (They said there were just too many people in the hotel --- In other words it was our fault the hot water ran out.) Also, after calling the desk twice about noisy neighbors late at night, nothing happened. I had to walk up a floor to ask them myself to be quiet. Don't expect them to honor their "100% satisfaction guarantee" or return emails. At least house keeping did their job.