My sister and I stayed at the Red Rock Motel in Page for 1 night. The room was fine with a very large kitchen, a double bed and a bathroom. The decor is very dated, which is almost retro, especially the kitchen! But it was clean and comfy.
The staff were very friendly and check in was easy. The road is basically all old motels, some look like they've been converted into low cost housing. It's a bit run down and doesn't feel very safe to walk around. But it's 1 block from the main street where you have a good selection of restaurants.
It's about a 10 minute drive from Lake Powell which is absolutly beautiful.
I'd recommend the Red Rock is you want cheap basic accommodation. Everything else I looked up in Page was much more expensive and I probably not worth the extra money!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on the historical "Street of Little Motels". These units were built in 1958 to house the construction workers who built Glen Canyon Dam. They have been converted into a 14 room motel. We take pride in our very clean rooms & provide a Budget Price. Private rooms/baths. We offer(1)1 bedroom,(3)2 bedrooms,(4)1 bedroom with kitchen &(6)2 bedroom with a kitchen & living room. All rooms have private patios (some with BBQ's). Free Wifi & Parking. If you are looking for that feel of an all American nostalgic Ma & Pa, Route 66 type motel, owned by a local family...You're in the right place! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Red Rock Hotel Page