Overnight Accommodations

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    Nights  1-3

    Red Cliffs Lodge

    Moab, Utah

    Once you see its spectacular setting, you’ll know why it’s called the Red Cliffs Lodge. And you’ll soon learn why it bills itself as “Moab’s Adventure Headquarters”! There are so many things to do in the great outdoors here, from horseback riding, to mountain biking to whitewater rafting, to hiking and more. There’s even a museum paying homage to the many films shot at Red Cliffs Ranch and the surrounding area and chronicling early cowboy ranching. Your guest room welcomes you with an array of amenities to ensure a comfortable stay. During leisure time, take advantage of the swimming pool, tennis courts or horseshoe pits, play a game of volleyball or just take a walk. After a busy day of exploration and adventure, enjoy a hearty meal featuring western favorites like ranch fired steak, and ribs at terraced The Cowboy Grill while you take in the magnificent views that surround you. The Red Cliffs Lodge even has its own winery!

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    Night  4

    The Lodge at Bryce Canyon

    Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

    The only “in-park” lodging at Bryce Canyon National Park, The Lodge at Bryce Canyon offers a rustic 1920s elegance – down to replicas of the lodge's original hickory furniture – this beautiful "in-the-park" lodge is on the National Historic Register. Cozy, rustic guest cabins feature a gas log fireplace and a private porch. This quiet and relaxed atmosphere, without televisions, allows the guest to get reacquainted with nature. Dine in the Bryce Canyon Dining Room, surrounded by the majestic Ponderosa Pine forest and the inspiring beauty of the park.

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    Nights  5-6

    Zion Lodge

    Zion National Park, Utah

    Zion Lodge is the only hotel in Zion National Park. Designed in the classic national park lodge style by architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood in the 1920s, rebuilt after a fire in the 1960s and beautifully restored to its original rustic glory in the 1990s, Zion Lodge features hotel-style accommodations as well as historic cabins with two double beds, full bath, gas log fireplace and private porch. While there may be no TV to distract one from nature’s beauty, all guest rooms feature air conditioning, phones, radio alarm clocks and hairdryers, as well as a private balcony or porch. Red Rock Grill, Zion Lodge's restored dining room, boasts spectacular views of the park's magnificent surroundings.

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    Nights  7-8

    Grand Canyon Lodge - North Rim

    Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

    Located at Bright Angel Point, the Grand Canyon Lodge – North Rim is the only lodging on the serene north rim of the canyon and it was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1987. Your rustic cabin, nestled in the pines, has its own front porch. Hiking trails like the half-mile Bright Angel Point Trail and The Uncle Jim Trail with a distance of five miles invite you to immerse yourself in the amazing scenery all around you. The Lodge Dining Room serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, The Deli in the Pines offers fast service meals and you’ll find beverages, appetizers and snacks at The Rough Rider Saloon.

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    Night  9

    Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas

    Las Vegas, Nevada

    Located at the south end of the Strip steps from Las Vegas’ famous nightlife, entertainment to world-class gaming, the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas is a non-gaming oasis of tranquility in the midst of the city’s “glitz, gambling and glamour.” Generously proportioned guest rooms abound with thoughtful Four Seasons touches, such as the signature marble bathroom with a deep soaking tub, separate shower and thick terry bathrobes, and amenities including a 42-inch plasma screen TV, in-room coffee and tea maker, CD player, down duvets and pillows (hypo-allergic pillows are available on request), hair dryer, refrigerated private bar, in-room safe, iron and ironing board. The outdoor pool, with arbors for shade, is inviting after a long day, as is the Health Club with its Workout Room overlooking the pool. Four Seasons guests also have access to the adjacent Mandalay Bay Beach offering a wave pool, a lazy river, three pools and 2,700 tons of real sand. Or perhaps you’ll seek relaxation and rejuvenation at The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas. The elegant and cozy Verandah Bar and Lounge is the perfect place to end the day with a nightcap.

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    Many Tauck travelers prefer arriving at their destination a day before their Tauck journey begins, or often extend a stay at the end of their trip. As a service, Tauck will make hotel reservations before and after your journey.

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    Arrive Early

    Red Cliffs Lodge - Moab, Utah

    Once you see its spectacular setting, you’ll know why it’s called the Red Cliffs Lodge. And you’ll soon learn why it bills itself as “Moab’s Adventure Headquarters”! There are so many things to do in the great outdoors here, from horseback riding, to mountain biking to whitewater rafting, to hiking and more. There’s even a museum paying homage to the many films shot at Red Cliffs Ranch and the surrounding area and chronicling early cowboy ranching. Your guest room welcomes you with an array of amenities to ensure a comfortable stay. During leisure time, take advantage of the swimming pool, tennis courts or horseshoe pits, play a game of volleyball or just take a walk. After a busy day of exploration and adventure, enjoy a hearty meal featuring western favorites like ranch fired steak, and ribs at terraced The Cowboy Grill while you take in the magnificent views that surround you. The Red Cliffs Lodge even has its own winery!


    2017 Tauck Room RatesDoubleSingleTriple
    May 9 - September 28 $295 $282 $332

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    Stay Later

    Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas - Las Vegas, Nevada

    Located at the south end of the Strip steps from Las Vegas’ famous nightlife, entertainment to world-class gaming, the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas is a non-gaming oasis of tranquility in the midst of the city’s “glitz, gambling and glamour.” Generously proportioned guest rooms abound with thoughtful Four Seasons touches, such as the signature marble bathroom with a deep soaking tub, separate shower and thick terry bathrobes, and amenities including a 42-inch plasma screen TV, in-room coffee and tea maker, CD player, down duvets and pillows (hypo-allergic pillows are available on request), hair dryer, refrigerated private bar, in-room safe, iron and ironing board. The outdoor pool, with arbors for shade, is inviting after a long day, as is the Health Club with its Workout Room overlooking the pool. Four Seasons guests also have access to the adjacent Mandalay Bay Beach offering a wave pool, a lazy river, three pools and 2,700 tons of real sand. Or perhaps you’ll seek relaxation and rejuvenation at The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas. The elegant and cozy Verandah Bar and Lounge is the perfect place to end the day with a nightcap.


    2017 Tauck Room RatesDoubleSingleTriple
    May 20 - October 9 $312 $273 $412

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