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We stayed at Cliff Dwellers Lodge for two nights. The lodge isn't fancy, but it is clean and comfy. The staff was super helpful with ideas for places to hike & explore. One of the highlights was the food at the restaurant! Some of the...More
This lodge was a great place to stay! We found this place to be our favorite place to stay while visiting all the attractions utah and northern arizona had to offer. We stayed for three nights and were pleasantly surprised with the accomodations and amenities...More
We only stayed one night and wished we had stayed longer. We had two rooms (#3 and #4, in the same building as the restaurant but at the other end). The rooms are totally 50's - so don't expect anything else - but ours were...More
-Room has not been renovated for a long time
-mould in the bathroom
-shower does not provide enough water to wash long hair
-shower is not suitable for people larger 5 foot eleven (1,80m)
-Fridge did not work (no replacement, no refund)
-it smelled like...More
We were a large group of 28 with kids and dogs. Every single person at Cliff Dwellers treated us like family, and always had a kind word or fun things to share with all of us. We wish we had more time there, and wish...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.