Canyons Lodge - A Canyons Collection Property
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCanyons Lodge - A Canyons Collection Property Kanab
A great place that taught us not to judge from outward appearances. It is very comfortable, includes breakfast, and the staff were very helpful. We especially liked the outdoor living room with a propane fireplace. We met tons of people while sitting around it. We also met the owners of the hotel and had a great time chatting with them. They provided everyone with a glass of wine. Awesome. Also, Elizabeth loved the horse decor and the owners gave her a horse keychain. Highly, highly recommended.
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