Arizona July 04, 2019
This Floating Hotel In Arizona Is The Perfect Way To Spend A Summer Night
Summer in Arizona means spending as much time on the water as possible – boating, kayaking, tubing… and sleeping? That’s right! Roosevelt Lake Marina boasts a floating hotel featuring all of the amenities of a five-star resort with the added bonus of a front-row seat to a breathtaking natural splendor.
Theodore Roosevelt Lake is an iconic destination in the Grand Canyon State.
It boasts many opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors, including boating, kayaking, jet skis, and even spending the night in a floating hotel right here at the marina.
Unlike houseboats, this little hotel at Roosevelt Lake Marina is permanently docked.
Not only does this offer an experience unique to Arizona, but it also provides some peace of mind for those who tend to get a little seasick.
Amenities include two bedrooms, one bathroom, a spacious living area with futons to accommodate additional guests, a full kitchen, and a relaxing waterfront patio.
The hotel can comfortably sleep 6 to 8 people.
Enjoy the perks of setting sail first thing the next morning, long before anyone else has even arrived.
Whether renting a watercraft or or launching your own, nothing quite compares to the stillness of an empty lake at dawn.
Stock the hotel fridge with cookout essentials and fire up one of the marina's grills.
Nothing screams summertime quite like a couple charred-to-perfection hot dogs and hamburgers.
When night falls, grab a seat on the porch and marvel at the expansive starry sky overhead.
Complete silence ensues once all the boats have been moored for the evening, leaving you alone with your own thoughts and millions of ethereal celestial bodies.
Rental rates for marina members cost $300 per night and $350 for non-members, and a two-night minimum is required. Please call 602-977-7170 with any questions and to make a reservation.
Address: 28085 AZ-188, Roosevelt, AZ 85545
For more information, visit the marina’s
website or Facebook page.
Have you ever stayed in the floating hotel on Roosevelt Lake? Are there any other unique hotels in Arizona that everyone should experience at least once? Let us know your favorites! In the meantime, check out some of ours:
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