We found Rose Walk in quite by chance on tripadvisor-hotels in Page are overpriced, located on the edge of town and generally quite unappealing, we considered ourselves SO SO lucky to be at Rose! We travel a lot on work/pleasure, so travellers, trust us that this place is a treat! For traveller basics: in terms of location, its downtown & perfect. We were tired of driving and walked to nearby restaurants for dinner. Major plus: clean, neat, super comfy B&B with the most delicious homemade pancakes and fresh berries for breakfast! That was a big surprise!! There were other guests, we saw them come and go, but no disturbance at all. Our room had a TV and fridge.
And then Jim & Verda are just fantastic, no words to describe the hospitality!! They know where everything is- they put us onto a guide who had an exclusive pass for two canyons, where literally, we+ a beautiful grey owl were the only people there! And then antelope canyon, which was madness but our guide made sure we got great shots. Jim also made restaurant reservations, gave us a maps, travel advice and even found us a place to get some car trouble fixed.
Definitely make a reservation before you arrive or call to see if they have a spot. We landed a day earlier and they were kind enough to figure something out. We travelled for 3 weeks in the west this time and Rose was by far the most memorable stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are a traditional private home B&B. We are conveniently near the airport but you'll be well insulated from the noises. Some of the rooms have shared baths but there are suites with private facilities available. We have had a lot of experience with providing advise on local sights, attractions and adventures. We get great feedback on our breakfasts and accommodations and we can adjust the menu to suit different dietary needs and time schedules. Come and experience both rims of the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Zion, Bryce, Lake Powell, Rainbow bridge, Antelope Canyon and much more from one home base. You will enter as strangers and leave as friends. ... more less