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This was a surprise gift my husband gave to me for my 50th birthday. I couldn’t ask for a better. vacation! (Or husband) lol. Beautiful 2 hour
drive from Las Vegas via shuttle. A great room in the dragonfly building..perfect size and everything you need....More
Response from TWelshGeneralMgr, General Manager at Red Mountain ResortResponded 1 March 2018
You do have an amazing husband! Thank you for your wonderful review, and I will be certain to share it with our team. We appreciate your kind words. Happy Healthy Birthday to you,
There are almost too many different things to do. The entire staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. I purchased a new pair of hiking shoes in the well equipped Red Mountain Outfitters; good price and I got what I needed. Although this resort is geared...More
This is my third visit to Red Mountain and every time it delivers! I love the variety of choices for activities, bodywork, learning or just quiet time in a beautiful space. And the food and service are great. This trip was for me to re-boot...More
Such a relaxing time. The spa offers a vast number of treatments. The buffet breakfast and lunch had great, and healthy, choices. All of the hike and walk guides were so passionate. And the room was large, clean, and so comfy!! We so hope to...More
Quick, two hour drive from Las Vegas to a beautiful resort surrounded by amazing views, wonderful outdoor activities, spa and fitness classses. Especially appreciated the easy-going off-season atmosphere.
Response from sharisewell | Reviewed this property |
Depends on what temps you are used to and if you like to be hot/cold. Morning hikes start earlier (7am) in the warmer months. Check the weather sites for forecast. Plus its a "dry heat" which doesn't feel as hot as humid... More
Depends on what temps you are used to and if you like to be hot/cold. Morning hikes start earlier (7am) in the warmer months. Check the weather sites for forecast. Plus its a "dry heat" which doesn't feel as hot as humid heat.