Connect with culture and nature in Page with an abundance of unique activities to experience in the desert oasis. The northern Arizona town offers the ultimate getaway for all traveler types, including those looking for adventurous escapades, culinary delights and discovering more about Navajo culture.
Page is a small town nestled in Northern Arizona, commonly known for its close proximity to Navajo Nation and a plethora of unforgettable experiences tourists from all over the world flock to encounter. Page is a short flight from Phoenix’s Contour Airlines, with just one hour to wait before you land at the destination.
Though there is an abundance of places to stay when visiting, we highly recommend Hyatt Place Page/Lake Powell to get the most out of your vacation. The luxe hotel is located in the heart of all of Page’s attractions, including 11 national parks, 16 national monuments and over 20 scenic byways, including the highly sought-after Antelope Canyon.
Hyatt Place Page/Lake Powell houses the area’s only Adventure Concierge, aimed to help each guest check every box on their bucket list. The premier assistance allows guests to work closely with an assigned concierge member to create custom itineraries with expert recommendations tailored to each individual’s needs. The team also works to provide insight to visitors looking for the best trails and activities for families, pet-friendly ventures and more.
During their stay, guests can book exciting excursions with various hotel partners, including Papillon, Big Orange Jeep Tours, Epic Adventure Rides, Ken’s Antelope Canyon Tours and more. Some activities visitors can expect to enjoy include an unforgettable venture into the lower crevice of Antelope Canyon, one of the most scenic and sought-after experiences in the country, with a tour from Ken’s Antelope Canyon Tours; an epic UTV ride through the Vermillion Cliffs and Grand Staircase; or a one-of-a-kind helicopter escapade of Tower Butte, a thrilling yet enchanting experience with jaw-dropping aerial views of Lake Powell, Glen Canyon Dam and Horseshoe Bend.
Before retiring for the night, unwind and dine at Prickly Pear Kitchen, the hotel’s signature dining destination. The restaurant’s menu is inspired by the surrounding desert’s edible plant life to curate a lineup that provides travelers a true sense of the unique terrain. Some must-try items include the Southwestern Alfredo, prickly pear cactus quinoa salad and mango-habanero tofu tacos. A variety of inspired cocktails are also available, including the prickly pear margarita or green apple pisco sour. Be sure to end the culinary venture on a sweet note with one of Prickly Pear Kitchen’s desserts, and indulge in the prickly pear tres leches or chocolate lava cake.
For those looking to connect with and learn more about Navajo culture, opt for the dining excursion in collaboration with Red Heritage, a Navajo-owned and -operated Native American dinner theater. The experience allows guests the opportunity to discover traditional Navajo fare while catching a live performance on the history of hoop dancing, a form of storytelling before language was written.
Room rates at Hyatt Place Page/Lake Powell start at $128 a night, and the hotel is offering a selection of stay packages just in time for summer vacation. These bundles provide the ultimate deal for those looking to immersive themselves in culinary delights and thrilling attractions. There are three options to choose from, including the Tower Butte Helicopter Tour Package (rates from $594 per night), Lower Antelope Canyon Tour Package (rates from $258 per night) and Prickly Pear Kitchen Dine & Drink bundle (rates from $158 per night). Every package includes a stay in a standard guest room and its respective experience.
For more information, visit hyatt.com.
Hyatt Place Page/Lake Powell
1126 N. Navajo Dr.
Page, AZ 86040