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All reviewsbest westernslake powellantelope canyonnice hotelpancakesbreakfast roomhorseshoe bendhot breakfastbreakfast was excellentpool and hot tubwould stay here againbeds were comfortablepleasant staygreat place to staythe room was nicestayed here for one nightpage az
The smell was so bad in the bathroom we changed rooms, I was told later it was probably the drain backing up. If it was the smell must have been there during and after cleaning, that did not happen between check-out and check-in. We are...More
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Thank Richard W
Response from Hotel M, Guest Relations Manager at Best Western View of Lake Powell HotelResponded yesterday
Dear Richard W: We apologize for your inconveniences. We are happy you were relocated to a room to your likings. Thank you.
My husband and I booked this room through Priceline, in December during the off season, so the room price was very good. I do believe, even at peak season price this would be a good idea.
The Building: nice and clean. There is a gorgeous...More
5 Thank Eva E
Response from Hotel M, Guest Relations Manager at Best Western View of Lake Powell HotelResponded 12 December 2017
Dear Eva E: Thank you so much for your kind words. I am so happy you had an excellent stay at our hotel. I will be sure to share your comments with our entire team!
Nice hotel with nice view. Easy walk to a couple restaurants and grocery store. We had a very long check in as understaffed that day.Ok breakfast but could not keep up with the demand, and the coffee is very weak! Room was fine, small, but...More
Stayed here for two nights on a 10 day tour of the southwest. This hotel had a great location, a terrific view and a great free breakfast. On the down side was that the room was noisy. We were on the street side and could...More
The room was OK but we were with a bus tour and had the buffet breakfast. All the other hotels we stayed at provided excellent breakfasts, so what went wrong here? The only hot food was from a toaster and a pancake machine! And there...More
Our hotel is perched along the rim offering an unobstructed view of spectacular Glen Canyon Dam backing the man-made wonder of Lake Powell. Enjoy the nightly sunset view in the western skies cascading ...Morelayered shadows of multi-hued colors across vast landscaped desert lands of Glen Canyon Recreation Area. Our guests enjoy the beautiful view in a relaxed atmosphere on our grand lobby veranda. Breakfast al fresco style in the morning or inside the indoor comfort of our morning breakfast room. Swim in our pool and relax in the hot tub all while making memories of your stay at our hotel in Page/Lake Powell. Select a view side or non view side room at our hotel, both of which include a GENEROUS daily FULL hot breakfast buffet. We offer rooms with 2 queen sized beds or a king bed. Our hotel is conveniently located in downtown Page. We are within walking distance to many restaurants, shops, bars, and tour offices for Lower and Upper Antelope Canyon. We look forward to service you. Less
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Response from activeguy88 | Reviewed this property |
I agree with the two previous answers, that you’ll be back in time for breakfast. However let me add that a 600A tour of upper Antelope Canyon is just too early. What makes Antelope Canyon special is seeing the beams of... More
I agree with the two previous answers, that you’ll be back in time for breakfast. However let me add that a 600A tour of upper Antelope Canyon is just too early. What makes Antelope Canyon special is seeing the beams of sun light that enter the canyon.