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My partner and I spent two nights at Cliff Dwellers. If you want to experience the beauty and solitude of the desert this is perfect. It's no 4 star hotel, but it is comfortable and clean. The restaurant is AMAZING! The best food of our...More
The Cliff Dwellers Lodge lived up to our expectations. We expected an old fashioned, quiet, clean, comfortable room in a small roadside place, like the ones once common along old Route 66. We were not disappointed! There was a fridge, coffeepot and microwave and covered...More
We arrived at the lodge ~5 PM the day of our reservation. After unloading our luggage, we found someone else was already occupying the room. We reloaded the luggage, got a new room from the front desk and found someone was occupying that room ALSO....More
Stayed here one night in May. Employees were friendly and accommodating. Nonetheless, this place is lacking in a few areas. We stayed in the newer part of the hotel. As we we were checking in the "chef" was there and we overheard him and an...More
There's only three places to stay in this area. I was told by one of the locals that this was the best one out of the three and this place did not disappoint. If you are visiting this area to hang out by Lee's Ferry,...More
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It is just straying to drop in temps so now is good, however if you were planning on visiting the north side Grand Canyon, you need to check it is not open in the cooler months. Also, take the time to go to horseshoe bend... More
It is just straying to drop in temps so now is good, however if you were planning on visiting the north side Grand Canyon, you need to check it is not open in the cooler months. Also, take the time to go to horseshoe bend, now is the perfect time. I would not recommend April through September.