This is our second stay at Red Cliffs and we enjoyed it as much as the first. Stayed for 6 nights this time. We agree with all the positive reviews submitted but given there is absolutely no housekeeping it felt overpriced. We completely understand and value the property's COVID restrictions. However, having to report to the front desk daily for toilet paper, towels, K-cups, tissues, garbage bags, etc. wore a little thin. Plus we were told to put our garbage on our steps first thing in the morning although it sat unattended throughout the day. The room rate we paid just didn't seem to merit the level of service provided by the property.
If a huge room with a kitchenette and an outside balcony nestled in between 2000 foot cliffs on the Colorado River sounds like something out of a fairy tale, welcome to Red Cliffs Lodge! My wife and I discovered this property online looking for a place to celebrate our 1 year anniversary. It did not disappoint! Moab is incredible with jaw-dropping parks like Arches, Dead Horse Point and nearby Canyonlands, and highway 128 getting to Red Cliffs Lodge is probably the most spectacular drive we've ever been on. We still can't believe this place exists and dinner on the deck overlooking the Colorado is a dream. The pool was cool and refreshing despite 100 degree temperatures and the staff was always helpful and friendly. Red Cliffs Lodge is in Castle Valley and night time is especially beautiful with the grounds being lit up and star-gazing is incredible being far away from the city lights. How does stepping out on your deck and looking up at all the stars with the Big Dipper staring right at you sound! LOVE LOVE LOVE…
This was a wonderful place to stay. The rooms were clean, had a kitchenette and had spectacular views of the red cliffs and Colorado River. Staff were very courteous; dinner in their dining room was great (highly recommend the elk medallions!) We went horseback riding; their staff was knowledgeable and friendly and the horses were well-trained and easy to ride, which was a big plus for our novice riders. Would highly recommend a stay here.
We came many times to stay at the hotel, always happy . We as group of 10 people wanted to walk today to the open covered wood building where they have a lunch buffet . $12 per person. A "cook" stands over the big fire grill, tosses pre-cooked meat patties over the grill, re-cooks patties again, the meat is horrible, tastes like the cheapiest crap to be found and waaaay overdone . Buns are dry white something supposed to be bread. No chicken option. Hot dogs big but tasteless. And what the cashier and cook calls prime rib is nothing more than DELI SLICED THIN roast beef, over cooked and cooked again in hot water till it's HARD. Red Cliffs should not allow such 3rd world meal be sold at not even free. It's bad, worst than dog food. Its a RIP OFF.
The Lodge is my favorite yearly. They advertise a BBQ lunch buffet next building near the Lobby. But...the Lunch BBQ buffet is the worst anywhere in the USA. Buns bread is stale-tasting, bleached white flour dry as bone, disgusting taste. Meat patties hi-fat , cooked as a hard rock, cardboard taste. They advertise Prime Rib , but it's paper thin slices... it's deli thin sliced roast beef , cooked to hard boiled slices. No chicken..cook says it's available only sometimes. Hot dogs run of the mill. Salad much better. Cookies store-bought but ok. But $15-$13 per person for the fake BBQ? Come on, you think we are stupid?