The White Eagle Inn & Family Lodge

Address: 2110 S Broadway, Cortez, Colorado, 81321-9534, United States | Motel
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        • Non-smoking hotel
        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
        • Free parking


        • Kids activities or Babysitting

        TravelPod Member ReviewsThe White Eagle Inn & Family Lodge Cortez

        Reviewed by elainehayes

        Only a Flying Visit ...

        Reviewed Oct 10, 2013
        by (63 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

        Family run motel with friendly helpful staff, clean with a comfy bed, hot shower and diner down the road for breakfast, just what we needed.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        Reviewed by montalci

        Entry level

        Reviewed Aug 16, 2013
        by (8 reviews) , Italy Flag of Italy

        Comunque il wi fi funziona, la piscina c'e' ma vuota, per una notte e' piu' che ok !

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews The White Eagle Inn & Family Lodge Cortez

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Cortez

        Night 27: Four Corners

        A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 19, 2014

        4 photos

        ... with rushing green water below. There was a team of paddlers far under the bridge, much to the delight of Ana. We walked about and continued along the cliffs on the opposite side of the river on our way to Page and Glen Canyon and Lake Powell. When we arrived at the intersection 10 miles from Page, we saw it was closed. The detour was over 120 miles and mainly went to the south. There was no other way. This could be what the camp host was trying to warn me ...

        Uber Scenic Drive Today...

        A travel blog entry by beattyfamily on Apr 29, 2014

        3 comments, 13 photos

        Day 5 on our journey and looking outside to see the Snow Capped mountains reminded me that we are not in Illinois!

        We drove from Colorado Springs, to Canyon City, to Salida, to Monte Vista, to Durango, and to our next hotel in Cortez.

        I forgot to mention that while we were driving in Wyoming we decided upon a name for our Van. "Vincent-Van-Go" It needed a ...

        History isn't always what you think it is

        A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on Apr 22, 2014

        1 comment, 38 photos

        ... all of us) COMPLETELY RETHINK how we think about history. For those of you history buffs, this might interest you most, but for all of us it is an imperative lesson. DON'T TAKE "FACTS" about HISTORY AT FACE VALUE. Archaeologists do a remarkable job of unearthing artifacts and piecing together the "story" of a people and place. It is a job I dreamed of having as a child, and while visiting Mesa Verde was reminded of why. But the ranger on this tour gave ...

        Settling into a groove now.....

        A travel blog entry by ssnell on Mar 20, 2014

        6 comments, 13 photos

        ... old, and were fascinating. But equally attractive here is just the road in & out... it is 20 miles from the park gate to the dwellings and that road climbs along the cliffs with switchbacks, and sheer drop-offs - its a theme-park ride by itself!! It also peaks at 8500ft, which is now the highest I have ever climbed on a bike (Sorry G - this beat our Mount Mitchell trip from last year by about 1600ft)

        One neat thing that I forgot to mention on ...

        Visual Feast on a Green Table: Mesa Verde

        A travel blog entry by keralajs on Sep 27, 2013

        5 photos

        ... of community life, is a round chamber, usually underground and entered through a hole in the roof, with a fire pit in the middle. It served religious, social, and utilitarian purposes, such as living space for an extended family or clan during the very cold winters. (We happily used the furnace of our camper during the chilly nights of September!) To enter "Balcony House" (38 rooms and 2 kivas) we had to climb a long ladder and ...