Very nice stay. Comfortable beds, and nice hot tub And pool area. Great location! Only ding was that the floors seemed very thin and we could hear people walking around in the room above ours. Would stay there again!
Check-in was quick and easy. The room was clean and came with a fridge and microwave. We had problems getting the TV to work but staff member helped get it running twice!!! The pool was clean and very nice. It was OK for a basic motel. They had a Keurig type machine in the room with tea and coffee. ...
We were very comfortable in our deluxe cabin. We were able to easily pack picnic lunches for our days spent exploring the National Parks that were just minutes from the campground, since we had a mini fridge and microwave. We didn't have time to use the pool, but it was very nice and so was the convenience ...
Clean / new hotel, but pool, hot tub, & both washers were out of order our entire 2 night stay. For hikers counting on a hot tub & needing to wash clothes, this was a big inconvenience. Very unfriendly front desk person :( Good breakfast.
Excellent location , comfort, cleanliness and hospitality The freshly baked cookies are awesome!
The room was adequate, but the one chair was right next to air conditioning unit. Easy access to free shuttle and the park. Breakfast was better then most.
Pros: -swimming pool Cons: -the breakfast was very silly. (Bread, thawed eggos, milk in a jar sitting out unrefrigerated , juice unrefrigerated, boiled eggs sitting out, donuts and poptarts). -breakfast room was tiny with three small tables. Room was super stuffy -not enough parking in front of rooms -priced too high for what you get (paid $93.00 after taxes) -airconditioner ran poorly and could not keep our room cool -room didn't feel super clean
Many visitors stay in Moab each year because of its close proximity to the stunning Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. These parks are a geological wonder, featuring over 2000 sandstone arches, mesas, and deep canyons cut by the Colorado River over thousands of years. Moab hotels offer visitors a wide range of options, from budget rooms and bed and breakfast inns, to luxurious resorts like the Red Cliffs Lodge and the Sorrel River Ranch Resort.
There are several restaurants conveniently located near hotels in Moab that offer everything from street-style tacos to gourmet fare. Try the Quesadilla Mobilla food truck on South Main Street for a quick, authentic Mexican lunch. Enjoy traditional southwestern cuisine with a fresh gourmet twist at the Desert Bistro.
The weekly Moab Farmers Market on North 100 West offers fresh, local produce as well as live entertainment and hand-made local arts and crafts. Find unique Moab souvenirs such as fossils and local gems at the Moab Rock Shop.
Many visitors choose to stay in hotels Moab because of its proximity to the Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. The parks are only a short 10-minute drive from downtown.
Moab regularly hosts several annual events, including an Easter Jeep Safari, the Moab Music Festival, and an annual Moab Arts Fair.
Get a bird's eye view of the area's natural wonders with an adventure with Skydive Moab. Take a guided horseback tour with the Hauer Ranch, or experience the thrill of the river on a guided rafting tour with Thunder Rafting Colorado.