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Leisure, frills included, at Arizona's Lake Powell

Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

Float into autumn on the blue waters of Arizona's Lake Powell with a lodging-and-boating package that starts at $175 a night.

The deal: The Bed-and-Breakfast package includes overnight accommodations at Lake Powell Resort, breakfast for two in the hotel's Rainbow Room and a three-hour scenic boat tour of Navajo Canyon. Another package, called Memories to Last a Lifetime, starts at $490 and includes two nights' accommodations, a Canyon Princess dinner cruise for two, a Rainbow Bridge scenic cruise and a $50 credit in any of the resort retail shops. Both packages are available through Nov. 15.

The hotel: Lake Powell Resort is lakeside in Page, Ariz. It has two pools, a restaurant and a cafe, and offers many water sports and activities, including boat tours and watercraft rentals.

The lake: The massive reservoir, named after explorer John Wesley Powell, is 150 miles long, borders Utah and Arizona and is within the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. It's known for its colorful rock canyons, towers and sandy beaches.

Where is it? Powell Resorts and Marina is at 100 Lakeshore Drive in Page, Ariz., about 540 miles from Los Angeles.

Reservations: Call (888) 896-3829, or see

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