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Went during high season when all motels really expensive. We spent $200. The room was clean but average, obvious wear. It is within walking distance to several restaurants. There is a bar in lobby where we could get a beer to bring to room.
We stayed for a day in Clarion Inn at Page. The hotel lobby and front desk was very good and had an upscale feeling. The staff is very helpful and welcoming. Breakfast options are plenty and there was no shortage of any breakfast item. Staff...More
This is a good place to stay if you want to visit Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend and Lake Powell. It is within walking distance of the starting point of the Antelope Canyon tour (we recommend it), and of a number of restaurants. The room was...More
This place has friendly yet ineffective staff - thus they get one star for nice employees and a delectable breakfast buffet. They provide free ear plugs in every room every day because their walls as so thin you're listening to your neighbors' TV or noisy...More
We booked this hotel via Hotwire, so we did not know which hotel property we were getting in advance, but was still very pleased. After driving in the dark from the Grand Canyon our comfy room was a welcomed sight. our room featured two double...More
US$ 55 - US$ 254 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from jimnlindav | Reviewed this property |
Not for the Lower Canyon tour. You have to get tickets in person and they don't take reservations. For the upper canyon tour, you can reserve on-line or by phone. I think some of them pick up at hotels, but I didn't do... More
Not for the Lower Canyon tour. You have to get tickets in person and they don't take reservations. For the upper canyon tour, you can reserve on-line or by phone. I think some of them pick up at hotels, but I didn't do that.