A stay at the Far View Lodge inside Mesa Verde is the ultimate way to enjoy all the sights and attractions that Mesa Verde has to offer. Like it’s name implies, the Far View Lodge offers impeccable views from nearly every room in the lodge. Sit back on your private balcony, or gaze out the windows of your room at beautiful vistas and panoramas that stretch across three states.
Another benefit to staying at the Far View Lodge is that, because it is the only lodging option inside the park, it offers the quickest and most convenient access to the park attractions, guided tours and in-park dining choices.
There is no better way to enjoy all that Mesa Verde has to offer then to book your accommodations at the Far View Lodge where you will be centrally located to all the action, yet set apart in your own little oasis of peacefulness and quiet solitude. It is quiet enough at the Far View Lodge for guests to relax and hear the hawks as the soar overhead. As you relax in natures peaceful serenity, you will understand why the Pueblo people decided to make this place their home of more than seven centuries.
From the Far View Lodge you will be just minutes away from retracing the footsteps of the Ancestral Puebloans on informative guided tours… shopping for native handcrafts or mementos... savoring outstanding southwestern cuisine… hiking... stargazing... exploring southwest culture and so much more. All surrounded by the spectacular sandstone cities and historic cliff dwellings of the nation's richest archeological preserve.
Rates, dates and schedules subject to change without notice and subject to approval by the National Park Service.
The Far View Lodge’s on-site restaurant, “The Metate Room” offers a contemporary menu inspired by Native American cuisine prepared under the careful supervision of head chef Todd Halnier. The specialty “Metate Experience” is a culinary delight featuring a four-course meal custom prepared by the head chef with a wine paring at each course personally selected by the head Sommelier.
The tables inside the Metate Dining Room provide unsurpassed views of the Mesa Verde, and the beautiful expanse of land that stretches out across the Four Corners of Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. The Metate Room is open for dining from 5:00 pm to 9:30 pm.
For a lighter meal on–the-go check out the Far View Terrace Marketplace. Here you can pick up a lighter meal without spending too much. The Far View Terrace Marketplace offers a variety of freshly prepared snacks and meals with their specialty being the delicious Navajo Tacos. Treat yourself to a satisfying latte, mocha or espresso from the coffee bar, or stop in for a quick and easy breakfast lunch or dinner. The Far View Terrace Marketplace is open daily from 7:00 am to either 7:00 pm or 8:00 pm depending upon the season.
Stop at Spruce Tree Terrace, located in the heart of the Park, stop by for a convenient meal of favorite American classics and Southwest specialties. Convenient , cafeteria service with indoor and patio dining. Open daily 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Hours of operation vary seasonally)
|Taxes||5.25% + $4 surcharge|
|Cancellation Policy||72 hrs|
|Deposit Policy||1 night|
|Pets||$10 per night plus $50 refundable deposit - Allowed only in Standard rooms|
|Laundry||camp ground 10 minutes away|
|Air Conditioning||Kiva Room|
Payment Policy: Deposit equal to a one night stay including taxes/surcharges is due at the time of booking. Remaining balance is due at time of checkout. (Package bookings may require full pre-payment.)
Cancellation Policy: Please cancel by 4pm, local hotel time, 72 hours prior to arrival in order to avoid forfeiture of full deposit. (Package bookings may be subject to varying cancellation policies.)
Daylight Savings Time is observed in Colorado and in Mesa Verde National Park
All rooms are non-smoking
Pet Policy: Pets are allowed in Standard rooms only. A $50.00 deposit (refundable pending no excessive cleaning or damage) and a fee of $10.00 per pet, per night is required. Pets are not allowed on trails or in archaeological sites, nor in public buildings.
Rates, dates and schedules are subject to change without advance notice and subject to approval by the National Park Service.
Check In: 4 PM - Check in is at the Front Desk, which is open 24 hours.
Check Out: 11AM