Super 8 Page/Lake Powell
How has this motel rated in the past?
Photos of Super 8 Page/Lake Powell
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Page/Lake Powell
The motel is located at S. Lake Powell road which forms a loop with N. Lake Powell road. Reception was friendly and helpful. My room was clean and relatively quiet, no problems to get a good sleep. The infrastructure offers every thing you need plus the possibility to do your laundry.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Page/Lake Powell
Travel Blogs from Page
Vandaag via de Grand Canyon via de oostkant verlaten. Onderweg nog gestopt bij een paar uitzichtspunten en bij Desert View de Watchtower beklommen. Het uitzicht op de Grand Canyon blijft fantastisch. Daarna doorgereden naar Page, waar we tegen 2 uur waren. De kamer was nog niet beschikbaar, maar we mochten gelukkig al wel het zwembad in. Later de …
... till recent history.
Our last stop of the Park is Dessert View Watchtower, architecture by Mary Colter, who designed many other Park hotels/structures, including Bright Angel Hotel, El Tovar Hotel, Hopi House, Hermit Rest, etc. We were almost put off by number of tourists there. But once in the tower, we were intrigued by the interior drawings on the walls thru out the 4 story tower. I personally like that animal ...
... Because of the torrential rain we decided to stop at the Trading Post instead of going into town for lunch, even though it was only 11:45 am (but 12:45 for our tummies) & had delicious hamburgers sitting under the eaves.
Although it was early we went to the motel to see if we could book-in. Matt, the manager was so helpful, and said our room would be ready in 15 mins. He suggested we could go to Horseshoe Bend - so much nicer to ...
We drove up through Flagstaff in the dark, and that was about where we left civilization and started climbing in elevation again (about 4000 ft). The roads became much more narrow and there really was NOTHING around. No gas stations, homes etc, for about 100 miles. We saw the sunrise over the high desert plains. To Shaun and I, it wasn't a spectacular one due to the amount of clouds, but Em took some pics that made it ...
... since the parking lot isn't full. But as we arrive at about 10.45am there is about 7 trucks that's not too quiet for me.
Bill gives us a pep talk on the settings we should have on the camera - white balance, ISO all fun technical photo stuff. He does this to thin out the crowd that is currently in front of us. When we finally enter the canyon there is a wow factor. The canyon is narrow on the bottom and wider at top. The cloud cover evens out the light ...