Lake Powell Resort

Lake Powell Page, Lake Powell & Lake Havasu

The hotel

Located in the Wahweap Marina in Page, this hotel is a great base for all the lake activities and adventures that await. Dinner cruises, boat tours, powerboats and more are nearby to journey you past the picturesque cliffs and beaches. A secluded beach awaits for a days relaxation but if you prefer a pool then there are two to choose from, there's also a whirlpool and sauna at your disposal too. The Rainbow Restaurant offers a hearty breakfast to keep you going and is open again for dinner with a varied menu and offers something for kids too. This resort has a stunning backdrop with Castle Rock standing proudly in the background and, at the marina, tour boats are waiting to journey you past the picturesque cliffs and beaches.

Amenities

  • Free Parking
  • Restaurant

Where is it

Directly on the lake, near the public beaches.

Hotel information

350 rooms on 2 floors in 8 buildings with no lifts. All with private balcony/terrace, air-conditioning, TV, coffee maker, fridge and hairdryer. Traditional King Rooms sleep maximum 4 adults.

Marina View Rooms have views of Wahweap Marina and it's stunning sunsets from the private balcony or patio, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Lake View Rooms have spectacular views including Wahweap Bay, Lone Rock, and Castle Rock, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Rainbow Room restaurant (breakfast and dinner). Wahweap Grille. Driftwood Lounge (pub fare with speciality cocktails, beers and wine). 2 swimming pools, sauna, exercise room/gym. Fire pit. Oversized whirlpool spa. Boat tours*. Antelope Canyon Slot Tours*, Hummer and Jeep tours, horseback riding and golf nearby*. Complimentary WiFi in lobby and Driftwood Lounge. Gift shop. Complimentary self-parking.

*Denotes local charge.

Please note: There is an entrance fee of $25 plus tax per vehicle to enter the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and is valid for 7 consecutive days. Payable locally, subject to change.

Rating summary

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Traveller rating

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Mar 25, 2019 Choukri060 Meknes, Morocco

Its a Clean room and so calm every thing its good their service is great i am so satisfied and i like it, i have already visited this place , i like every things about Lake Powell Room its great so great
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Mar 22, 2019 Lilydale17 Sydney, Australia

For the price I expected a lot more. In fact I booked this hotel based on location and views. Specifically I booked a Lake View room based on the photos on the website. What I got was a view of the pool and that’s about the only water in sight. Rooms are not at all well appointed. I felt like I was in Bates Motel. Pillows are ridiculous, rooms… Read more
For the price I expected a lot more. In fact I booked this hotel based on location and views. Specifically I booked a Lake View room based on the photos on the website. What I got was a view of the pool and that’s about the only water in sight. Rooms are not at all well appointed. I felt like I was in Bates Motel. Pillows are ridiculous, rooms are generally run down and I didn’t stop sneezing the entire time I was in the room as it was so dusty. No where to get milk or necessities unless you drive 15 minutes into Page. Food at the restaurant wasn’t fresh and was very expensive. Don’t get persuaded by the photos of the view. Go and stay in town. Read less
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Mar 18, 2019 AngelaandMike20 Williams, Arizona

Went off season and was impressed at how nice it was. But WOW is it expensive. The resturant is reservations only. The lounge was super expensive for mediocre food. Waitstaff was nice. Room was clean and nice as well.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating More like a motel than a resort

Mar 17, 2019 Jeff H Detroit, Michigan

Changed our booking from the campground to the hotel due to the weather. Wish we would have stayed in the campground. Front desk was rude at check in. Everything in the room looked old and salvaged. Called for maintenance, two hours passed then called again. Unacceptable for a place that was a ghost town. I do not recommend this property. … Read more
Changed our booking from the campground to the hotel due to the weather. Wish we would have stayed in the campground. Front desk was rude at check in. Everything in the room looked old and salvaged. Called for maintenance, two hours passed then called again. Unacceptable for a place that was a ghost town. I do not recommend this property. Was definitely not worth $120 when there ate plenty of new hotels in nearby Page. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Disappointing in all areas

Mar 15, 2019 TonyPPP Rowlands Gill, United Kingdom

It may be off-season for Lake Powell but we were very disappointed to find that it seemed to be off-season for hotel standards too. Check-in was fine once the manager stepped in to help. The rooms are spacious if rather uninspiring, but lack the touches that make guests comfortable. It’s not a cheap hotel, so it’s surprising and disappointing to… Read more
It may be off-season for Lake Powell but we were very disappointed to find that it seemed to be off-season for hotel standards too. Check-in was fine once the manager stepped in to help. The rooms are spacious if rather uninspiring, but lack the touches that make guests comfortable. It’s not a cheap hotel, so it’s surprising and disappointing to find no ‘personal’ toiletries but large soap and lotion dispensers screwed to the wall - surely more suited to a bargain motel than a hotel with aspirations to quality. The air conditioner has no temperature control so your only options are ‘on’ (noisy) or ‘off’. Rather basic-and disappointing. Housekeeping leaves something to be desired too, with our ‘clean’ room sporting a discarded drinks can on the patio and a previous resident’s papers beside the bedside cabinet (though good does come from bad as these included a Reserve Pass that saved us $30! ) But the greatest disappointment was reserved for our evening meal. We chose the Driftwood Lounge for a relaxed bar meal. It was almost empty (but not as empty as the large restaurant area) and lacking in character - forgivable given the time of year perhaps. But on ordering it was clear that our waitress did not understand her own menu and we nearly had an argument over what was included in our meal. My wife chose a small Caesar salad to accompany her meal, I chose Caesar salad as my main course. What arrived were two completely different salads - my wife’s a traditional with the usual dressing and shaved Parmesan. Mine a completely different, spicy dressing with an unidentifiable grated cheese. Not unpleasant - but not Caesar. When challenged our waitress explained it was chef’s own unique take on Caesar - I only wish he had told me, or made it clear on the menu. Our final indignity came as we finished our drinks after the meal. Around 8.30 the waitress began putting chairs on tables to signal they were closing (though it’s officially 9.00). By 8.40 we were surrounded by upturned chair legs and feeling distinctly unwanted. So we suggested we move outside the bar and sit on the comfortable sofas immediately beyond the bar to finish our drinks - only to be told we were not allowed to take our glasses out of the bar and would have to pour our drinks into plastic cups. Presumably we could not be trusted not to either steal the glasses or throw them at the nearest wall? At this point we gave up and were back in our room by 8.50 leaving the hotel offering no hospitality to any guests at all. All in all a very disappointing experience. With hindsight we should have stayed in Page and used the hospitality we discovered at the several restaurants and bars in the town - nothing special, in truth, but certainly more welcoming than the Resort, and cheaper too. Read less