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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

Exciting..... Desert Rose Inn & Cabins got a mention in the LA times travel section.

  http://www.latimes.com/…/la-tr-d-new-usa-20150621-story.htm…


sacredphi "Very good choice outside of Monument Valley" We had a nice, comfortable room and bed for our short one night stay after visiting Monument Valley, before heading to Moab. We didn't experience any other amenities or the restaurant, but we were pleased with the experience overall. We stayed in a room upstairs and had to carry luggage upstairs, but it was not a big deal.

We checked in late, but called ahead of time to let them know, and were able to make it before reception left for the night. Be sure to call if you are checking in late.


Graham J “A true oasis Do not think twice about staying here if in the area. We were in the newest section but even if you are in another part you must go into it. The entrance lobby with the very high ceiling is like a lounge out of a 5 star hotel. Then there is the swimming pool and jacuzzi. We stayed around there in the mornings and drove down to Monument Valley for the evening tour (recommend picking it up at Gouldings Hotel near MV). Utah licensing laws are a bit strange throughout the state unless eating but that is easy to live with.

The manager Amer is very involved in all aspects of the hotel, (as I clearly witnessed!) He was extremely helpful to me in helping me deal with a personal and importantly financial matter that arose unexpectedly whilst staying there, so a big thank you Amer.
This place stands out in Bluff. We had a cabin and it was clean, quite, private, very nicely decorated. The bed was very comfortable. There was a refrig, microwave, separate vanity area. The bathroom had a big shower. Towels were clean and thick. There was a desk and desk chair as well as a sofa. Ample outlets for charging all the electronic devices that we can't live without today. Free WiFi that worked well. Main building also has coin laundry. Would like to have had a room safe for locking up those valuable electronics like the cameras and computer. They will be an on site restaurant (Duke's) opening within weeks. If the restaurant is as good as the Inn and cabins, it will be first class. The only other good restaurant is Comb Ridge Bistro which is directly across the road.
This place stands out in Bluff. We had a cabin and it was clean, quite, private, very nicely decorated. The bed was very comfortable. There was a refrig, microwave, separate vanity area. The bathroom had a big shower. Towels were clean and thick. There was a desk and desk chair as well as a sofa. Ample outlets for charging all the electronic devices that we can't live without today. Free WiFi that worked well. Main building also has coin laundry. Would like to have had a room safe for locking up those valuable electronics like the cameras and computer. They will be an on site restaurant (Duke's) opening within weeks. If the restaurant is as good as the Inn and cabins, it will be first class. The only other good restaurant is Comb Ridge Bistro which is directly across the road.
This place stands out in Bluff. We had a cabin and it was clean, quite, private, very nicely decorated. The bed was very comfortable. There was a refrig, microwave, separate vanity area. The bathroom had a big shower. Towels were clean and thick. There was a desk and desk chair as well as a sofa. Ample outlets for charging all the electronic devices that we can't live without today. Free WiFi that worked well. Main building also has coin laundry. Would like to have had a room safe for locking up those valuable electronics like the cameras and computer. They will be an on site restaurant (Duke's) opening within weeks. If the restaurant is as good as the Inn and cabins, it will be first class. The only other good restaurant is Comb Ridge Bistro which is directly across the road.
This place stands out in Bluff. We had a cabin and it was clean, quite, private, very nicely decorated. The bed was very comfortable. There was a refrig, microwave, separate vanity area. The bathroom had a big shower. Towels were clean and thick. There was a desk and desk chair as well as a sofa. Ample outlets for charging all the electronic devices that we can't live without today. Free WiFi that worked well. Main building also has coin laundry. Would like to have had a room safe for locking up those valuable electronics like the cameras and computer. They will be an on site restaurant (Duke's) opening within weeks. If the restaurant is as good as the Inn and cabins, it will be first class. The only other good restaurant is Comb Ridge Bistro which is directly across the road.
Howard B “An oasis of a hotel in the middle of a zen landscape!”We found this hotel online and were so pleased with everything about the hotel. It says Desert Rose Inn & Cabins, but it should really say Desert Rose Resort, because the owners have created a masterful Inn with many high quality amenities one expects from a 4 star hotel. We met one of the owners, Amar, at the newly opened Duke Restaurant on the property and he told us that he and his wife opened the first cabins in 1997 and slowly they have expanded by adding a beautiful hotel, an amazing indoor pool, and now a top restaurant. On our journey through the National Parks, the Desert Rose was truly a highlight of our trip and gave us a wonderful and relaxing relief from 4 days in camp grounds. The room in the new section of the Inn was fantastic, the bathroom amazing, and the balcony view, like a painting. If you are at all thinking of coming to this part of Utah, near the Four Corners, or near Moab, Lake Powell, etc., you must put this jewel of an Inn on your list! Thank you to Amar and his wife and also thank you to Val, the cheerful and professional waitress, and thank you to everyone at the Desert Rose! Howard, Pauline, Alex, and Jack

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MONUMENT VALLEY

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.