The Nautical Beachfront Resort
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Nautical Beachfront Resort Lake Havasu City
Past it's best, lovely setting but good laundry facilities!
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Travel Blogs from Lake Havasu City
... were each numbered before the bridge was disassembled. The blocks were shipped to Long Beach, California and then trucked to Lake Havasu City. They built a reinforced concrete structure on land and each of the numbered granite blocks were added to the concrete exterior. After the bridge was reconstructed, the Bridgewater Channel Canal was dredged under the bridge and flooded. The bridge was officially dedicated at a ceremony on October 10, 1971. The ...
Cindy and I took Friday off in order to get an early start towards Lake Havasu. We finished chores around the house and pulled out a little before noon. The pull was an easy 3 hours, and we arrived in Lake Havasu around 4PM Arizona time. We unhitched in our spot (32 in Lake Havasu State Park, an awesome space!). Monti and Janet arrived soon thereafter, and we watched the sun set while visiting and waiting for ...
... on the eastern side of Lake Havasu. It is a tourist destination, particularly for snowbirds. Activities center on the lake with any conceivable water related activity available here for rent from paddleboards to cigar boats. We thought we saw a kayaker but it turned out to be a hybrid kayak-paddleboat, something we had never seen before. ...
... during their Spring Break. The club was absolutely amazing. It was outdoors with and own bar, pool tables, dance floors and a lower level complete with a pool. The drinks were cheap and very nice. We met a lot of Americans including a group of guys on a bachelor party. They liked our accents and wanted to know all about Australia. By the end of the night the majority of the tour group need up in the pool, along with wallets, phones and even a few passports! We all had a very enjoyable ...
... the old buildings, inside the hotel the walls. and ceilings are covered in signed dollar notes... It's amazing. Apparently this town had famous visitors such as Clark Gable who loved to come here to get away from everything.. that would be true.. History of the area is that it has been the biggest area to find gold so as you drive thru the area there are all these signs saying No trespassing etc . Wayne got gold fever and wanted to risk stopping and having a ...