Desert Rose Inn & Suites
Amer & Cindy Tumeh’s first dip into the hospitality industry started when they purchased the Historic Jens Nielson home and renovated it into a 5 bedroom Guest House. They loved the people and the process so much they decided they needed to expand. However, not wanting to destroy the historic integrity of the Jens Nielson home they decided to build outside the historic district. Landing them on the west end of Bluff they started with 5 Executive Cabins and an office cabin in 1997....
Our Client Testimonials
Frans J "A rose in the desert" For our visit to the Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah we picked the Desert Rose Inn in Bluff, UT to stay for 2 nights. It was a most pleasurable experience. We were given cabin #1, probably because we made our reservation far in advance. The facility was in the process of renovation, adding on a much needed coffee-shop. It did not detract from our peace and quiet. The staff was helpful, pleasant and knowledgeable about the attractions of the area. Most were Native Americans, befitting for the region in which we stayed.
Chris F "What a pleasant surprise" Accommodation in this area is sparse and this hotel was far better than expected. The hotel has recently been modernised to a high standard. there is a new pool now, and a cafe is under construction.Give Bluff some time as there is quite a lot to see there. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here.
John Z "A gem in the desert" Stayed here for two nights whilst doing a road trip. Stayed in one of the cabins which was well equipped and comfortable. Staff were friendly and ready to help with advice on were to go and what to see. It was good to sit out on the verandah at night and just relax and look at the stars. Would definitely stay here again.
Located at the west entrance to historic Bluff, Utah, the Desert Rose Inn architecture is an all wood style building with massive timbers which excite the senses with their intimate charm.