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Red Cliffs Lodge
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Beautiful Property
User: llama from: Massachusetts
Published Date: Oct, 22, 2019
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
We loved Red Cliffs Lodge. Our room was large and comfy with a private balcony. The staff was very pleasant, and the food in the dining room was excellent. We especially enjoyed the solitude and being away from downtown Moab. The scenic highway was pleasant to drive every day (we stayed 4 nights.) Glad we chose this resort!!!
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Great location!
User: Pamela W from: Napa, California
Trip Type: Friends getaway
Published Date: Oct, 22, 2019
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
Great value in a spectacular location! Could use improved bedding and comfy seating in cabins, but otherwise a great experience. Staff was really helpful and food was pretty good (though expensive). We’re coming back next spring!
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User: FunFum from:
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Oct, 18, 2019
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
I recommend Red Cliff Lodge for the amazingly Great Staff and Hospitality showed us during our stay! The Fantastic views are once in a life time bucket list views! The beautiful accommodations are very clean and well appointed.

I Could have Stayed Here Forever
User: Juliann M from: Cincinnati, Ohio
Published Date: Oct, 17, 2019
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
We stayed at Red Cliff Lodge while taking a Grand Circle tour with Insight. This was the only lodge outside the National parks that we stayed at. I can't say enough about our stay. The rooms were more than comfortable. There was room to spread out. There was a sitting area with table and chairs and a kitchenette (refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker) as well as a couch just three steps down from the rest of the room. There were utensils including a corkscrew, which came in handy when we went to the winery and tasted wine and ended up buying a bottle to enjoy while we were there. There were wine glasses, coffee cups and drinking glasses for 4. But the rooms were nothing compared to views out the sliding glass doors. The patio and lounger and chairs made taking in the view so easy. We were traveling with my parents who are in their mid 80's. When they manager found out they had some minor mobility issues, they moved my parents to room near the main lodge area. Their room was all on one level which made such a difference. The view from their patio was the Colorado River and all the red rock canyon walls. Sunrise was stunning. Our room was on the creek side. We saw horses grazing off in the pasture and lots of the Canyon walls. This location made it easy to see Arches and Canyonlands Parks. Each was a little over a half hour from the lodge. Even if you just wanted to stay at the resort, there are lots of things to do. There is the winery on premises. There is also a little museum downstairs of the main area. There is a interesting video of how Moab was used in many westerns and even films like Thelma and Louise. There is a restaurant that serves a breakfast buffet, Monday through Saturday, which was listed at $11.95. I assume it is open to the public as well as those staying in the resort and the spread was very good. On Sundays the buffet is brunch. The price was listed at $16.95. The selection was great, including a omelet station. I know at home, a brunch buffet would cost us more than that. One night we had a cowboy picnic which had been organized for our tour group. The food was good. The second night we ate in the restaurant. The flat iron steak was wonderful. The views from the restaurant made sunrise and sunset a thing to behold since the light played off the river and rocks. I would highly recommend this ranch for anyone in the Moab area. The pictures on their website of the area are accurate. No pictures that I took could come close to showing them any better.
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beautiful setting and great place to stay
User: Jill T from: Salt Lake City, United States
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Oct, 17, 2019
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
We stayed at Red Cliffs in early October. Its locations is fabulous, between red cliffs and the Colorado River. The view from their dinning room is gorgeous! We stayed in a 2-queens, creek-side room. While the room showed its age a bit, it was spacious, comfortable and clean with a nice kitchenette area that included coffee maker, toaster, frig, microwave, utensils, wine glasses, etc. In the a.m., we could see horses in the field across from our patio! The lodge's staff were very friendly and helpful, even providing directions to some great trout-fishing lakes. For dinner, we tried the dining room once, but preferred going into Moab, which is a short, pleasant drive away, for simpler food. We loved our stay and plan to go back to Red Cliffs Lodge in May for our anniversary.
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