Sorrel River Ranch
Arches National Park
Set in 160 acres of wide-open ranch land along the Colorado River, amongst the most spectacular scenery near southern Utah’s famous arches and majestic red rock mountains, Sorrel River Ranch Resort and Spa is a true escape… unplug and recharge in the magnificent scenery and rugged outdoors.
- Air conditioned rooms
- Rejuvenating spa
- On-site restaurant
- Cocktail lounge
- Heated swimming pool
About your ranch stay
Perfect for intimate getaways or large gatherings, the selection of luxury rooms includes eight balcony suites, eight family suites and a spectacular six three-bedroom ranch house estate. All are spaciously and luxuriously comfortable with custom, handcrafted rustic furnishings including distinctively quirky four-poster beds and well-equipped kitchenettes. Many have private decks or balconies with unrivalled views of the sweeping desert or the Colorado River sweeping past the resort just a few steps away.
Explore the surrounding area on foot, horse, vehicle or water… then return to the comfort of the Ranch for a rejuvenating spa treatment, a refreshing swim, a cold beer in the bar or simply sit for a while in a porch swing to drink in the breathtaking scenery or gaze at the stars.
Situated on the banks of the Colorado River, 20 miles northeast of Moab.
Rooms are air conditioned with, cable TV, WiFi, hairdryer, ironing equipment, coffee maker, microwave and fridge.
Restaurant, snack bar, pool bar, cocktail lounge, convenience store, gift shop, laundry facilities. Recreational facilities include a heated outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts, hot tub, tennis courts, children’s playground, fitness centre, spa and horse riding.
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All prices are per person, based on 2 sharing a twin or double room. National Park administration fee payable locally to the National Park Service. Seasonal variations may apply, please call Freedom Destinations for more information and availability.
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