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Reviewed 6 November 2012

We were genuinely impressed with our stay at Red Cliffs Lodge this spring 14 miles upstream from Moab on the Colorado River. The creek-side Queen suite included an ample bedroom and two steps down, a small kitchen area equipped with under-counter refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, and toaster. Basic utensils were also provided. There was also a small patio facing Castle Creek that was remarkably private. The well water on the premises is extremely hard, so an extra faucet on the bathroom and kitchen sinks provided reverse-osmosis filtered water for drinking. The accommodations were airy and spacious. My primary criticism would be that the room felt very dark. All of the walls are painted in a bold color and perhaps even one white wall might have made the space a little lighter. Although WiFi is provided, we were unable to get out computers to connect and ended up using the hard-wired connection that was also provided. Because of our stay early in the season, the pool was not open and we did not try the hot spa.
Another person in our party rented one of the riverside two bedroom cabins. The two bedrooms were connected by a shared bathroom and the main sitting area had a gas fireplace as well as a kitchen arrangement similar to the Queen suites. The deck overlooking the Colorado River was spacious and relatively private. While sitting out there enjoying our morning coffee, we spotted three big horn sheep making their way down to the river for a drink on the other side before heading back up the cliff side. Unlike the Queen suite, the cabins were light and airy due to the large windows and sliding door out to the deck on the riverside. We also encountered no problems with the WiFi in the cabin.
In addition, the lodge has a restaurant on site. We approached the restaurant with some trepidation fearing that being a semi-captive clientele, there might not be a lot of motivation for providing good food. We need not have worried. The dinners we had were generally excellent. Among the appetizers, we loved the scallops. We requested extra rolls (excellent, fresh baked, even if not home-made) just to lap up the sauce. The lamb chops with a creamy mushroom sauce had a hint of chipotle that gave it an interesting zing. The various steaks we tried were juicy, delicious, and perfectly cooked as was the pork chop with the pineapple salsa. The fish we tried were not quite as successful: the tilapia needed something more to jazz up the relatively bland fish and the granola-encrusted salmon got lost in the granola flavor. For the vegetarians, the lasagna was stuffed with spinach, peppers, and zucchini, although the marinara sauce was a little pedestrian. We indulged in a few desserts including coffee flan, tiramisu, and Bavarian chocolate mousse. They were all excellent.
To round things out, there is also a winery on the grounds of the Lodge. All of the wines were eminently drinkable and reasonably priced in the ten-dollar range. Our favorites were the Chardonnay among the whites and the Outlaw Red (primarily a syrah) among the reds. Who would have expected decent wine in the Theocracy of Utah? We came home with two cases.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 6 November 2012

We are a family of five and we stayed for three nights l'astre summer. The rooms are very confortable with a nice view on the Collorado river. We also tried the restaurant : a splendid terrasse where you can enjoy the view. You even can enjoy a wine tasting experience at the winery. Highly recommended !

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 5 November 2012

You must stay at the Red Cliff Lodge if you want to wake up in the morining - or have a drink on you room terrace in the evenings to the most incredible views!! The views of the canyon, Colorado River, sunrises and sunsets are breathtaking. It is a "bucket list" stay at place. I would recommend this place to everyone. It is a bit of a drive - down this beautiful canyon with the Colorado River right next to the road - but well worth it. This is my 4th year staying the Red Cliff Lodge - and I have some wonderful memeories

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 5 November 2012

Hopefully you are not traveling to Moab for an opulent resort...but rather to enjoy the natural beauty. The Red Cliffs Lodge surrounds you with soaring red cliffs that tower over the Colorado river. The cabins are well appointed and all one needs in such a setting. When you have dinner at the restaurant, be certain to sit outside and time it so that you will see the sunset -- it is spectacular! There are numerous state parks within 10-15 minutes of the lodge. Moab is about 25 minutes (15+ miles) from the lodge...which can be either a gift (in terms of peace and quiet) or a bit of a hassle if you want to be close to town.

Room Tip: I would request a King cabin further away from the main lodge...you will feel as though you have plenty of peace and quiet.
  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 3 November 2012

During the last week of October 2012, the Utah Board of Oil Gas and Mining and members of the Utah Division of Oil Gas and Mining traveled to Moab, UT. We stayed at the Red Cliffs Lodge on the Colorado River near Moab. The Board also used the Colorado Room at the Red Cliffs Lodge to conduct its monthly Board hearing. Red Cliffs' staff went out of their way to accomodate the needs of the Board. The meals were superb and the service was first class! Best regards. James T. Jensen, Chairman, Utah Board of Oil Gas and Mining.

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled on business
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