Having read some of the reviews on TripAdvisor, I had been hesitant about booking at Lake Powell Resort. We went there not to spend time in the pool, jacuzzi, etc (and didn't, so can't comment on these - though the pool is small - see photo below), but as a base for touring the slot canyons, Horseshoe Bend, etc, en route between the Grand Canyon North Rim and Monument Valley. We found the hotel perfectly fine for our purposes, and have no complaints about the accommodation. We didn't find it dirty though it isn't brand new. The admission fee is covered by the NPS annual pass, if you buy the $80 pass. The view from our Lakeview room (US: second floor, UK: first floor) across the lake to the wonderful mesas, buttes and mountains was beautiful incredibly serene, and I spent a number of hours in the morning and evening enjoying it. A "carpark view" room (they don't call it that, of course, but it's a large and functional carpark, you wouldn't want to sit on a balcony and look at it) would not have been the same at all, and, if the cost is not too much of an issue for you, a Lakeview room is a MUST. There was a small fridge, which was helpful. We ate at the pizza place one evening, but found it fairly lacking in atmosphere.
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- A combination marina, hotel, campgrounds, and restaurant in the Lake Powell area. ... more less
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