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
Animasrio “Beautiful place” This is not the place I would normally stay as it is a bit pricey. If I do decide to spend the money though this is exactly what I expect to get. This place is worth the expense as rooms are very well furnished, clean and well decorated. The pool and hot tub are large and have a spectacular view and the property has a high end feel to it that you don't normally find in the four corners.
We stayed in the new addition in #410 on the west side which had a great view of the surrounding bluffs. I would try and stay in those rooms again if I had the choice.
The only thing I would change is the check in time which isn't until 4:00 and there is no refrigerator in the room which would be helpful since the food and drink options in Bluff are limited.
Ginger G “Amazing!” Hotel staff were friendly and welcoming upon arrival and during checkin. We reserved a cabin and were lucky enough to get Cabin No. 6 which was huge with a big king size bed, jacuzzi tub with separate areas (toilet, sink and tub) which was nice and ceiling fan which helped keep the room cool. Separate eating space, pull out sofa which we did not use but was comfy to watch TV (a nice flat screen with plenty of cable channels). We used the nice big wrap around porch both to watch the sunset at night and drink coffee on in the morning. Best night of sleep the entire trip and cannot wait to go back! Check out the Cottonwood Steakhouse down the street - good spot for dinner. We were on a five day tour (LA-Kingman-Kayenta-Bluff-Kingman-LA) and hubby and I both think making it to this hotel in Bluff and then working a circle to hit the monuments (Monument Valley, Mexican Hat, Natural Bridges and Four Corners) is the way to go next time.
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.