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
Colin-Costello “Really lovely hotel.” We stayed here in august for a night and loved it. The owners have spent alot of money building another block of rooms and a large swimming pool and their attention to detail has been brilliant. The new rooms are great, and to be fair the older rooms in the main building are very nice too. Each one has its own outdoor seating area with views of the surrounding desert. There is no food on site but there are a couple of resteraunts just down the road, one of them a steakhouse is walking distance and is a nice place. The drive to monument valley is about 30 mins but its 30mins of beutiful winding roads through the desert and is a pleasure in its own right. The staff were very helpful and if im ever in the area again i will definately stay here again because it is a lovely place and they are improving it further in all the right places! Good work!
MarkandKim “Luxury with a view in the middle of nowhere”We checked in to the older lodge side of the hotel (would have given it 4 stars) and then made the "mistake" of wandering over to the new side. My husband immediately went and upgraded and suddenly our quaint lodge setting became a 5 star luxury hotel. The new rooms are breathtaking. We are from Seattle and a hotel room this beautiful with a bed as luxurious and comfortable as this one would have been twice the price but without the almost 360 degree view of red rock cliffs (and Winter sunshine). The only thing missing from the room was a hair dryer (if it was there, I couldn't find it). I had my own but it seems like every hotel provides them so I don't always travel with one.
We have family in another nearby town and usually stay in that town when we visit but we will ONLY stay at the Desert Rose in the new rooms from now on. It was the best night's sleep and the most beautiful view ever. It's worth the drive.
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.