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Over Sorrel River Ranch Resort & Spa
Overal op het resort kunt u genieten van het overweldigende natuurschoon. De Mountain View kamers zijn in westernstijl ingericht en zittend in de schommelstoel op uw terras kunt u genieten van het uitzicht over de kenmerkende rode rotsen. De River View Family Suites zijn zeer ruim, bevatten twee verdiepingen en zijn gelegen aan de Colorado River. De Health Spa biedt u de keuze uit diverse behandelingen en yogalessen. U kunt tegen betaling deelnemen aan excursies, zoals paardrijden, kajakken en raften.
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KamerbeschrijvingenMountain View Double Queen
Airco, WiFi, telefoon, kitchenette met magnetron en koelkastje. Badkamer met bad/douche. Zithoek. Terras met uitzicht op de bergen.
Riverview Deluxe Double Queen
Zoals Mountain View Double Queen, televisie, ruimere zithoek, badkamer met douche en bad, terras met uitzicht op het water.
Bij Moab, pal aan de Colorado River.
- Buitenzwembad (seizoensgebonden)
- Hot tub
- WiFi (gratis)
- Parkeergelegenheid (gratis)
• Excursies in het Canyonlands National Park en Arches National park
Moab in de staat Utah is een fantastische plaats in Amerika voor natuurliefhebbers en actieve vakantiegangers. De plaats ligt op minder dan 10 kilometer van het Arches National Park en op een half uur rijden van het Canyonlands National Park. Ware adrenaline injecties zijn raften over de Colorado River en 'wilderness adventures' vanuit Moab.
"Bad first impression but got a lot better"
We arrived after dark and had a bad first impression. First, the "bellhop" didn't help us unload the car (we had to put the bags on the cart), dropped the bags three times off the cart on the way to the room, and stood awkwardly in our room looking for a tip. As my wife fumbled for cash, she asked whether there was anything about the room we should know (the standard thing that bellhops do to kill time while you get money) and he said "no" and just stood there awkwardly in silence. Second, the room itself is quite dated, the finishes are cheap (for an expensive hotel), and the layout initially struck me as weird. The bathrooms, "kitchen", and cabinetry all desperately need an update. The kitchen isn't a kitchen at all -- it is a microwave, small fridge, sink, and a few dishes. There is no master bedroom in the cabin -- the bed is just in the middle of a large living space with the kitchen and sofa. Our cabin also had an upstairs bedroom with two full size beds, which was fine. On the bright side, the main lobby HAS been refurbished, and is quite nice. In the light of day, the grounds are very nice. While the grounds aren't particularly well manicured, the place the authentic feel of a little farm. A "petting zoo" really undersells the feel because the animals are around all the time, there are a large number of horses, and my teenage girls had a lot of fun going to see the animals throughout the day. In addition, the setting/scenery is absolutely stunning. In every direction, it is simply stunning with the river and rock formations. There some fabulous hikes in the immediate vicinity that are as good as the ones you'll find at a national park. The setting grew on us so much that all the negatives were pretty much outweighed. Also, the breakfast was quite good, and lunch options, while limited, were pretty good as well. That said, I need to mention a couple more negatives. The hotel needs to rethink their dinner strategy. They have an extremely expensive, and extremely bad menu. Not just bad, awful. I had a posole, thinking it was a safe idea, and it was the worst thing I've ever ordered in a restaurant, regardless of price. Management needs to take a page out of the Four Seasons book and lower the prices 10%-20%, create a more basic, simplified, family-oriented menu. Town is a LONG drive away and people would eat at the hotel MUCH more often if management would just be smart about this. Lastly, checkout was unnecessarily painful because we had an errant charge on the bill and the front desk (like much of the staff) in incredibly new and inexperienced. It took a half hour to find the manager, who immediately waived the charge. Normally, at a high end hotel, this would have taken two minutes. Overall though, we would stay again just because the setting was so beautiful.
"Beautiful Views, Nice people Accommodations lacking"
The Ranch is in a beautiful location. The staff is trying hard to please but the accommodations are just not 4 star. The food is very expensive, the menu limited and the quality very ordinary. We stayed in the Ranch House, nice but not luxurious. No fancy shower, no cotton swabs, sewing kits or toothbrush kits all the little things you come to expect (and don't pack) in a luxury resort. There was a hot tub that was dirty on our arrival. They cleaned it quickly after I notified them but it never really worked and it was not hot. The saving grace of Sorrel River Ranch is Jeff who manages the Adventures Department. He was fun and knowledgable. He made sure we had a memorable experience and really went out of his way to be accommodating. It is rare to find such attention to detail and so much fun all in one person. We had a fabulous time! Thank you Jeff!! For all it's faults and there were many, I do think Sorrel River is the Best Ranch in the area and hopefully they will continue to work on being more like what you would expect in a luxury resort.
My husband and I booked Sorrel River Ranch Resort and Spa for a long weekend of hiking and Jeeping. We have stayed in the town of Moab previously on many occasions but decided to change locations so we could explore new areas. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this beautiful location. The staff was friendly, helpful and entertaining. We received excellent service at the restaurants and bar and our pre ordered lunches were ready for pick up and delicious! We used the pool, hot tub and sat around the lively fire pit in the evening. Our room was spacious, well appointed and decorated like a little ranch house. We will definitely be back!
"An Truly Amazing Place"
This is an amazing place. Slightly off the beaten path, the place, scenery, facilities and staff will make this one of our return destinations. 1) The Place - this is truly a ranch with high end luxury. It caters to both families and couples and there is enough room for the two to easily mix. Located ON the Colorado River with Mesas (mountains rising up from the surrounding area like in so many western movies) on the opposite side of the ranch, gave all rooms great views. Horses in pastures, wild turkey/deer and the farm animals were a daily delight! 2) Scenery - beautiful scenery was everywhere! Rich deep red rock canyons and mountains with the neighboring river were the theme and backyard of this area. No matter what direction you looked or corner you turned, you were simply amazed. This is not to mention the beauty of the National Parks (Arches & Canyon Lands) located near by. 3) Facilities - great large rooms and ranch style lodge with nice dining and nightly entertainment made our stay comfortable and enjoyable. Coming in from a long days hike or a horseback ride to a nice room and a good restaurant was always welcomed. Great pool, hot tub by the River and wonderful fire pit (w/s'mores). All activities can be arranged on site at the activities center. 4) This was probably the best part of the resort. The staff was great! The GM (Justin) made sure we were being taking care of and our needs were being met. The restaurant staff was great and they went out of their way to make sure our meals were perfect (including Brian, Thomas and Chef Chris - who actually served us one night). Darby was a great guide on our horse back ride, constantly provided information on the area and horses ( she keep us involved beyond just riding a horse). Finally there was Singer, who was our all day guide at the Arches National Park. He made our one experience in the park an unforgettable memory. His guiding etiquette was fantastic! He took care of breakfast and lunch on the trail (even made us hot coffee at Delicate Arch), keep us away from crowds while allowing us to visit all the important parts/arches of the park (at the right times of the day for the sun effect). He was also very conscience of our abilities ( flatland people from Florida). But what really made this so special was he was a down to earth person easy to talk that seem like a friend we had known for a long time. Great guy! 5) Finally there was Mattie, the on ranch lovable dog that stole the hearts (and show) of all those visiting. Her interaction with guest, staff and ranch animals was amusing and entertaining (at times we would just stop and watch Mattie do her thing, because it was such a riot - ps she was well behaved) This place is truly special. Oh there are small things that can be improved (we have found small things at some of the best and most expensive places we have stayed - no place is perfect). But overall, these things had zero impact on our stay! 10 out of 10!
"Beautiful location, decent hotel, way overpriced"
The resort is located in a spectacular river valley (the drive from Moab is just incredible), on stunning grounds. The staff are really friendly, and the rooms are clean, spacious and the beds are excellent. So big thumbs up on that. However, the hotel is definitely dated and the facilities, though nice for Moab, wouldn't compare to most other resort areas, so be prepared for that. For the price you pay ($600+ per night) you would hope for a lot more luxury. Moab lodging peak pricing in general is probably 1.5-2x compared to other outdoors/back-country destinations, so you probably should think of it as a $250-300 per night hotel that is charging you 2x for the location and scarcity of high end lodging in the area.
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