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Red Cliffs Lodge
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best stay ever
User: Connie T from: Parker, United States
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Aug, 22, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
best stay ever and we travel a lot. staff was exceptional, from front desk to restaurant and bar. giftshop. Food was amazing as well as the view from our room and the restaurant. The room which we had a king suite was so comfortable. the private balcony was great for sipping wine and relaxing could not top this stay anywhere.fortunately we only live 6 hours away so plan to go here often.
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A wonderful Lodge in a spectacular setting
User: gyneriley from: Tucson, Arizona
Published Date: Aug, 21, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
We stayed in a two bedroom cabin with a spectacular view of the Colorado River and the Red Cliffs of Moab. Our cabin was two bedrooms, one bath with a kitchenette, fireplace and a wonderful deck facing the river. At night, we could sit on the deck and see the Milky Way. The sound of the River was perfect all day long. We ate dinner at the restaurant and had excellent service and good food. Again, the setting was truly amazing. I would go back here in a heartbeat, and to really see Moab, Arches and Canyonlands would recommend 4 to 5 days if possible.
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Beautiful view, not close to Arches National Park
User: Melissa W from: Tacoma, Washington
Published Date: Aug, 19, 2019
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
We stayed here because I thought it was close to Arches. It was about a 30 minute drive. That was not what I thought I was getting. However, the room was nice. They all have a deck that looks out over the Colorado River and really beautiful views of the red cliffs. We had a king size bed with a pull out couch for the 2 kids. There was plenty of room and had a little kitchenette with a counter, sink and refrigerator. The pool was in the sun and with temps around 110 degrees, there was nothing refreshing about the water. Its out of the way and quiet, however that also means if you are coming in at night its a little hard to navigate. Also the room numbers don't have lights on/near them. We had to guess and then repark when we guessed wrong. There was a restaurant that said reservations were required but it never looked very busy. They didn't open very early for breakfast and to get into Arches in peak season you need to get there early. We ended up just getting some breakfast food at the grocery store in Moab the night before. Overall it was an ok place to stay and sleep. The scenery is the real draw here.
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Perfect setting
User: Roslyn G from: Midway, Utah
Published Date: Aug, 19, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
Right on the Colorado River with views of Arches cliffs. Seating area outside listening to the rapids. Large rooms and well appointed. There is a winery and a movie museum on property both worth a visit
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Just amazing
User: Zebanuck from: Tel Aviv, Israel
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Aug, 18, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
Let’s get one thing straight first - should you stay here? Yes. This is really great resort lodge. Why? Firstly because of the setting. Nestled on a bend in the Colorado River and surrounded by 2000ft red cliffs, this is a truly spectacular location. Then it’s the place itself. There are about 30 cabins that are right on the river (for which you pay quite a hefty premium) and about 50 other rooms in single storey wooden chalets. Each of these is big enough for a family of four. There’s a little kitchenette too. Facilities are great - lovely outdoor pool, restaurant with a great view of the river and valley (food was fine), tennis courts etc. There’s a winery on site and stables, where a 90 min horse walk (I wouldn’t really call it a ride, but you do get some great views) will set you back $100 a person, which is steep. My family really enjoyed it however and it did make the experience. They call themselves ‘Moab’s Adventure Headquarters’ which is a real stretch as all they have here are the horses. You can book river rafting, bikes and other great Moab things to do from reception, but this place isn’t an adventure headquarters by any means. Moab itself is a 25 min drive down one of the most stunning highways in the US, so you are a little secluded but it’s worth it. This is meant to be the second best place to stay in Moab behind Sorrel River, which is further up the same road. We really enjoyed our stay here.

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