I can't imagine staying anywhere else during a visit to Moab. I stayed in a suite along the Colorado River, which may explain why it was a little expensive. But I booked at the last minute, so I took what I could get. I'm glad I did. Looking out on the river was beautiful. And the stars from the view of my patio were amazing.
There's a corral attached to the hotel, so you can arrange to take a horseback ride along the same trails that John Wayne once rode. Jill was our guide, and she did a great job of pointing out plant and animal life and told a bit of the local history.
There's a winery next door, where you can sample some wines for free.
I didn't eat dinner at the restaurant, but the buffet breakfast was very good. Lots to choose from.
If there is any downside to this hotel, it's that it's a bit of a drive to get to Moab. Give yourself 15 to 30 minutes. Far enough that you'll probably want to plan your day before you leave the hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Red Cliffs Lodge is Moab's National Park experience. Located on the banks of the mighty Colorado River surrounded by 2000 foot cliffs on 220 acres. Lodging includes suites and cabins all with private water views. Rustic elegance and rated #1 place to stay in Moab by Trip Advisor 7 + years running. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Red Cliffs Hotel Moab
- Red Cliffs Moab
- Red Cliffs Lodge Moab, Utah