Rented the house at cliff dwellers to do some fishing. I quickly leaned why the owners don't post pictures of the house on their site. It's almost comical that the first thing you see when you reach the door is a no pets allowed sign,...More
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We stayed here two nights at the end of August in end room 32. It was so quiet and peaceful. We did some excellent star gazing at night and bird watching was good (especially early in the morning). The views of the cliffs are even...More
We spent three nights at Cliff Dwellers, in Room 4 on the far end of the older section. The room was smallish, but fine for the two of us. We enjoy staying in vintage motels and I'm glad we were in the older section because...More
Thanks for coming to stay with us and we are glad that you liked the character of our older section which was constructed in the 1950's...we have endeavored to maintain the craftsmanship and charm from this era. Limited wifi is a fact of life for...More
We frequently travel between Utah and Arizona and have stayed here several times. It is like an oasis. The rooms are simple but clean. The highlights are the views of the red rock cliffs morning and evening, and the superb restaurant. The avocado pie is...More
We sure do appreciate return customers and thanks for helping to spread the good word about Cliff dwellers Lodge. We take great pride in what we do and to us happy customers exemplify everything that we strive for.
Based on TA reviews, I booked 2 nights here. First, it is in the middle of nowhere - 40 minutes from Moab. While the surrounding scenery is pretty, the room itself was, for me, just not up to par. The carpet was old and stained;...More
Perhaps you are confusing us with another hotel, we are 6 hours away from Moab.
"Part of the hotel sits close to the highway ask for the section that sits back from the road"