The pictures are great but after you drive 9 hours you find out you are stuck in a little room that looks like they should be charging you by the hour and not the night. I will not visit them again. I would have rather slept in the back of my truck.
What a wonderful place to visit. Being a fly fisherman, this offers all the ammenaties one could ask for. Fantastic service and a staff that is top notch. Charlie is a hoot and is always willing to fill your coffee! The food is magnificant! Try the steaks or the fall off the bone ribs. Will never stay anywhere else while fishing Lee's Ferry.
Always an A+.
Thanks Maggy and staff, see you in Jan 08
Chris, Bob, Chuck
Great people, great food, great beer, great scenery, comfortable rooms.......I make excuses to go there again....and again.... Staff is very knowledgeable of the region and exhibit a passion for the area. Take their advise on wonderful day hikes and more.
This place is GOD's Country. Lees Ferry Lodge is the Best Kept Surprise of the Grand Canyon area. I came for 1 day and stayed 3 more. The most relaxing Lodge I have ever visited. The food is A-1, the service is GREAT and I will return with many friends.
Thank you Maggie, Great Place
M & L
We came to the lodge and used it as a base for visits to Glen Canyon and the North Rim of the Grand Canyon as well as day trips to Page. Nearby Lee's Ferry was awesome and dipping our feet in the cold Colorado was a treat. The lodge was wildly beyond our expectations. Clean units with personality, super nice staff and the food is stellar for being in the "middle of nowhere." Don't expect a TV or radio. Instead, look at the night sky and talk to your neighbors or play pool in the lodge. We sat and spent quiet evenings just enjoying the MANY selections of beer from all around the country and world as we chatted with the staff, visitors and locals. Our two children had a blast exploring and we definitely recommend the lodge. It was nice to be someplace other than a cookie cutter hotel room, and you cannot beat the value. I hope you enjoy the visit as much as we did.
Low prices but the rooms are small and I swear there was a 25 watt bulb in the ceiling. Old time T.V. that was about 13 inches. Slow service and not such great food. There are other lodges down the road that blow them away. We stayed the for years before we discovered there were better places.
We had no idea that the only motel open on Christmas Eve would be a historic natural stone landmark. The room was small but comfortable and the decor was wildly original (we were in the birdie room). We arrived in the dark so we only discovered the following morning that the lodge was at the base of giant red cliffs towering over the Colorado River. It was absolutely magical.
I go to Lees Ferry several times a year and the ONLY way that I would stay anywhere else would be if Lees Ferry Lodge is already booked up.
The service here is great. The food is terrific and the facilities are just what you need -- clean, comfortable and warm and dry.
Rustic lodge in northern Arizona desert country By Colorado River,Grand Canyon. Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room). Daily Maid Service. Balcony/Terrace. Hotel
Details:20 Rooms / 1 Floors. Built in 1945. Multi lingual Staff. Common Area High speed Access. Smoke Alarm in ...