Escape to One of the Southwest’s Top Fall Destinations Roam Within the Walls of One of the World’s Most Famed Slot Canyons

Adventure seekers hoping to explore one of the most famed slot canyons in the world need look no further than a fall retreat to Hyatt Place Page/Lake Powell as the hotel debuts its new seasonal package with Ken’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tours, which takes guests on a remarkable and enriching trek they won’t soon forget.

Led by a Navajo tour guide, travelers will be immersed in the history and geology of Lower Antelope Canyon and learn about the relationship between this geological phenomenon and the culture of the Navajo Nation in which it exists. What many don’t know is that fall is a special time to tour the canyon as it provides the unique and limited opportunity to experience one of its most famous features: light beams. On display for only a few months out of the year, the high fall sun causes a ray of light to beam through the naturally eroded red sandstone walls onto the canyon floor, creating a surreal sight.

As the leading adventure-focused hotel in the area, Hyatt Place Page/Lake Powell takes guests on this highly sought-after journey with a special stay package including:

Lower Antelope Canyon Tour Package (rates start at $350/night):

Also new this fall, Hyatt Place Page/Lake Powell invites guests to experience its newest culinary offering at the hotel’s signature restaurant, Prickly Pear Kitchen. Inspired by the Sonoran Desert’s simplicity and edible plant life, Prickly Pear Kitchen strives to give travelers and locals a true sense of place and taste of the surrounding region. The restaurant’s brand-new menu features seasonal fare with a Southwest flair and approachable dishes that put the Canyon Country’s rich flavors on full display. Favorites include the Southwestern Alfredo with Romano and ricotta tortellini, classic alfredo sauce, roasted corn, black beans, queso fresco and cilantro; Prickly Pear Cactus Quinoa Salad with steamed red quinoa, salted-cured cactus, kale, broccoli, carrots, brussels sprouts, cranberries and house-made prickly pear vinaigrette; and the Mango Habanero Tofu Tacos with mango habanero tofu, spinach, citrus slaw and cilantro. Paying homage to its namesake, the restaurant’s Prickly Pear Tres Leches dessert and the Prickly Pear Margarita are classics. Whether traveling solo or with family, Prickly Pear Kitchen leaves guests with a memorable and authentic taste of Arizona’s native flavors. Alongside the new menu, the hotel is launching “Sunset Sessions” with live music every other Friday along with offering $5 draft beers and wines plus specialty cocktails and bites every Friday.

Far from the typical Hyatt Place, Hyatt Place Page/Lake Powell is a Southwest-inspired hotel that boasts spacious, suite-style guestrooms with separate places to sleep, work, and play which provide a sophisticated retreat for those in need of some well-deserved rest and relaxation. After a long day of discovery, guests return to enjoy a cocktail on the open-air patio among roaring firepits and boundless views of Arizona’s desert landscape; a thoughtfully sourced, regionally inspired dinner from the hotel’s signature restaurant; a dip in the heated, outdoor pool against the vibrant sunset backdrop; a peaceful lounge cozied up with on contemporary furniture in front of the grand lobby fireplace; and so much more. The hotel is the base camp to The Grand Circle’s premier outdoor and adventure destinations and boasts immediate access to 10 national parks, 16 national monuments and over 20 scenic byways, including Horseshoe Bend and Glen Canyon Dam.

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