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We included the lodge in our brief trip with grandsons to see Moab Giants. A friend had recommended it to us. Highway 128 to reach the lodge winds right along the Colorado River and is like another trip through Arches National Park. Our suite backed...More
We ended up here not knowing anything about it and were amazed at its beauty and quality. It's about 20 minutes up the Colorado River from downtown Moab and Arches National Park but it is so worth the drive. The views are stunning, it is...More
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Response from Rhonda G, Public Relations Manager at Red Cliffs LodgeResponded May 31, 2017
lizardroberts, We appreciate our guests and strive to make everyone feel at home, away from home. Please do come see us again in the future!
Online Rep - Red Cliffs Lodge
We stayed in a king cabin by the Colorado River for 4 nights. Beautiful view from our porch. Loved hearing the river as it passed by our cabin. The cabin was nicely decorated and was comfortable. Wifi is not very good, but the view is...More
The only downfall is that its 17 miles outside of Moab. That said, the location has everything so there is no need to leave. The restaurant is very good. The staff is very friendly. And did I mention the grounds! For added bonus there is...More
On our 14 mile (gorgeous!) ride to the hotel from Moab I was worrying that we had made a mistake staying outside of town. However, once we arrived I knew we made the right choice. Everything about this resort is incredible. The view from our...More
Response from StarkGirl | Reviewed this property |
No it doesn’t have “upstairs rooms”. They’re all ground level lodges. It’s located smack in the middle of the wilderness, so yes, there’s wildlife around (coyotes, mountain lions/cougars, bob cats etc...) but they’re not... More
No it doesn’t have “upstairs rooms”. They’re all ground level lodges. It’s located smack in the middle of the wilderness, so yes, there’s wildlife around (coyotes, mountain lions/cougars, bob cats etc...) but they’re not that big a problem. Just try not to stay in the outdoors for too long when it gets dark (they’re mostly nocturnal).