We stayed for two nights mid-trip and, for us, it was an oasis after days in antiseptic, over-priced chain hotels/motels. I've seen other comments here that the decor was kitsch-y and yes, it was - and we loved it! (If modern decor is important to you, you should probably stick with the chains.) But if you want to feel like you're home-away-from-home during a long trip, Debbie's Hide a Way is a godsend. We had a one-bedroom apartment, full kitchen (FULLY equipped), living room, and yes, lots of old board games, which we also loved! Laundry facilities and Wi-Fi are free (another godsend!) and there's a Safeway a couple of blocks away. Our host, Tom, was really friendly and helpful, giving us lots of tips about the best places and times to get good shots at different sites (we're amateur photographers); he really made us feel welcome. It's a 10-minute drive to Antelope Canyon, and about 90 minutes to Monument Valley. It felt great to come "home" at the end of the day, make a nice meal and relax in a human environment. It was extremely affordable and I would totally recommend it to anyone doing a similar route to ours (Grand Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon, Monument Valley, etc.). If we are ever back that way, we are most certainly going to stay there again. Thanks Debbie's!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are a charming motel with one of the nicest flower patios in the area. All of our rooms are either 1-bedroom or 3-bedroom suites, capable of accommodating eight guests, with fully stocked kitchens and all the comforts of home, including BBQ grill and plenty of parking. ... more less
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