Desert Rose Inn & Cabins

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. Set against irridescent sunsets and bold blue skies, you'll exprerience a spectacle rarely found.

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Latitude: 37.2807373 Longitude: -109.5722508 Elevation: 4344 ft
the best travel advice comes from the people who live here
Cindy Tumeh

Lodging Style and Amenities

Lodge: Free Wireless, air conditioning/heaters, hair dryers, iron/ironing boards, in-room coffee, cable television, coffee and tea in lobby, business center, market onsite, daily maid service, all rooms non-smoking with a no pet policy.

Executive Cabins: Free Wireless, air conditioning/heaters, hair dryers, iron/ironing boards, in-room coffee, cable television, coffee and tea in lobby, business center, market onsite, daily maid service, all rooms non smoking with a no pet policy.

Seasons Open

Year-Round.

Recreational Opportunities

Hiking, biking, river trips, historic bluff fort, and trading posts are all found in Bluff.

Outdoor Adventures a short distance from Bluff, Utah: Monument Valley, Gooseneck State Park, Valley of the Gods, Mokee Dugway, Natural Bridges National Monument, Lake Powell, Canyon De Chelly, Hovenweep National Monument, and San Juan River Trips.

Rate Range

$79.00-$139.00

Driving Directions

http://www.desertroseinn.com/desert-rose-location-utah.php

Bluff is situated on US Highway 191 fifty-one miles south of Monticello and twenty-six miles south of Blanding.  It is sixty-four miles north of Monument Valley.

Locally or Family Owned Business Notes

About the Desert Rose Inn & Cabins - Bluff, Utah

Amer & Cindy Tumeh’s first dip into the hospitality industry began when they purchased the Historic Jens Nielson home and renovated it into a 5 bedroom Guest House and found that they loved the people and the process. When they decided to expan they did not want to destroy the historic integrity of the Jens Nielson home so they decided to build outside the historic district. They started with 5 Executive Cabins on the west side of Bluff in 1997. Two years later, now with a son "Tarrik" in 1999, they proposed a project of building a 30 room lodge and conference facility. They headed to the bank and explained that they would like to design and build the Desert Rose Inn & Cabins. Cindy had told Amer that if the bank approved their loan she would gladly sign on, positive that there was no way the bank would give a couple of kids with limited experience that size of loan. Well, it has been over 12 years now that they have been operating the Desert Rose Inn & Cabins and have been blessed with an amazing staff and a flourishing business. They truly hope that their guests love Southeastern Utah and all of the beauty that surrounds them as much as they do.

Pet Friendly Notes

Sorry, No Pets Allowed

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