Known as one of the country’s top summer destinations, many travelers flock to Lake Powell during the warm-weather months to fill their days with endless sunshine and watersports, but few recognize the opportunities that the winter season brings. From exploring the region’s famed slotted canyons and scenic hikes to experiencing spectacular winter sunsets that radiate deep hues of red and purple, now is the time for travelers to have Canyon Country’s national parks, monuments, and attractions all to themselves without the crowds.

With cooler temperatures comes the rare opportunity to journey further out to majestic rock formations that are often isolated by the summer heat, explore the lesser-known canyons, and obtain coveted permits for highly sought-after destinations.

For travelers looking to uncover the winter secrets of Lake Powell, Hyatt Place Page/Lake Powell is the base camp to The Grand Circle’s premier outdoor and adventure destinations with its proximity to 11 national parks, 16 national monuments and over 20 scenic byways. Plus, the hotel boasts exclusive partnerships with some of the area’s best adventure partners, including Big Orange Jeep Tours, Ken’s Lower Antelope Canyon Tours, and American Aviation.

Far from the typical Hyatt Place, Hyatt Place Page/Lake Powell is designed with a modern, Southwest-inspired sophistication and offers spacious, suite-style guestrooms that provide ample space to sleep, work and play. For guests looking to mix and mingle after an adventure-filled day, the hotel welcomes them to enjoy a cocktail fireside on the open-air patio with endless views of Arizona’s desert landscape, to dine at the hotel’s signature restaurant featuring regionally inspired cuisine, or to relax in the cozy lounge where the grand lobby fireplace is always roaring.

In celebration of the winter season, Hyatt Place Page/Lake Powell has room rates starting from $114 per night, discounted 40% from peak season rates, and is offering a special stay package:

Lake Powell’s Best Kept Secret Package
Enjoy a relaxing winter retreat and experience the breathtaking scenery that Lake Powell offers during the winter with a package that includes:
• Accommodations in a standard guest room.
• A private Big Orange Jeep Studhorse Mesa sunset tour that journeys down established dirt roads that overlook the painted desert and Lake Powell. Guests will enjoy breathtaking views of natural hoodoos and layered rock walls.
• Complimentary blankets and canteens of hot chocolate during the Big Orange Jeep tour.
• An in-room amenity upon arrival filled with snacks and small-form cocktails.
• Available to book now through February 28.

The reasons to visit Page and Lake Powell during the winter months are plentiful with adventure and discovery. Hyatt Place Page/Lake Powell is located at 1126 North Navajo Drive in Page. For more information and to book a winter retreat, visit or call 928-212-2200.