WHERE TO STAY
My feeling is that everyone fits into one of two categories: room service and roughing it. While staying in Page, you'll have many lodging
options to choose from and hopefully, I can offer some advice in this area.
In this case, bigger isn't always better.
Some smaller properties make up for the lack of amenities with charm. If you've never tried a bed and breakfast, or a smaller hotel, perhaps
now is the time. You may even save some money.
Understand that Wahweap Marina is about 9 miles from Page where you will find most of the area's services. Staying in a hotel in Page will
give you greater access to restaurants, entertainment, golf, tours, etc.
If you want convenience, stay at the Lodge inside the park.
If you are looking for an upscale chain hotel, try the Courtyard by Marriott (see
www.canyon-country.com/lakepowell/marriott.htm). It has the best restaurant in town, fabulous views, a pool and spa, and it is located on the golf course. A nice plus is that there is a
brick wall in each room and, well, silence is golden. It is a relatively new, very clean, modern and offers quality service. We recommend it for those looking for a luxury property.
If you are looking for a family suite, but still want a major chain hotel, try the Best Western at Lake Powell
(www.canyon-country.com/lakepowell/bw.htm). This hotel is almost completely non-smoking.
Another nice economical chain hotel is the Days Inn. It's one of the newest properties in Page and the rates are very
reasonable. See our web page at
All three have plenty of large vehicle parking.
There is a nice bed and breakfast and we recommend Canyon Colors. There are other fine accommodations as well listed on our lodging page at:
www.canyon-country.com/lakepowell/rooms.htm. Just be sure you are looking at properties located in Page or near Wahweap Marina.
If you are looking for accommodations for Bullfrog Marina or Hall's Crossing, we highly recommend Ticaboo Lodge.