Ratings based on 517 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.1 Room cleanliness
2.9 Service & staff
3.1 Room comfort
2.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice place close to restaurantsPosted May 20, 2015
Good overall experience. Don't ask me to comment more than I choose to!
by A verified traveler from Illinois
Find another place to stayPosted May 19, 2015
Pros: We were towing a trailer, and they let us drop it off before check in.
Cons: More lighting in room, more efficient use of space.
Location: It's Moab - plenty of things to do if you like the outdoors.
When on vacation, we generally want a clean, comfortable room. Cleanliness was okay (as far as we could tell) but everything else left a lot to be desired. Lighting was substandard - if you wanted to read, you had to sit on the side of the bed. The piece of furniture on which the TV sat was so low that you watch TV through your toes. There were 2 identical desk-type chairs, which had arms, but no padding of any kind other than the seat. There was no way to control the room temperature - the knob which rotated from colder to warmer freely rotated 360 degrees. Changing the other settings from air conditioning to heat also made no difference in the temperature of the air coming out of the unit. The bathroom had exactly one bath towel, one hand towel, and one washcloth, although there was an additional hand towel and washcloth sitting on the sink. We shifted a nightstand to get at an outlet - the wallplate covering the outlet had been broken and didn't completely cover the wiring. This alone pretty much describes the lack of attention to detail in this establishment.
by A verified traveler from Chicago, IL
Wouldn't recommend.Posted May 19, 2015
Pros: An OK location.
Cons: Adding another fruit at breakfast besides apples would be nice.
Location: Great national parks near Moab for hiking, biking and sight seeing.
I purchased a one week stay from Expedia. I informed them I'd arrive late due to a delay in our flight. We were given the handicapped room next to the breakfast area. It was not well sound insulated. The breakfast area felt cramped when you tried to get your items in the morning. everything was just ok. Next time I will pay more to get a better feeling about my stay.
by A verified traveler from Seattle, WA
comments of room, condition and ratePosted May 9, 2015
Pros: Breakfast got a little better variety although breakfast room is very small and crowed.
Air conditioning does not work at all and we have to leave window open. Room is very old and rate is very high based on condition. I paid $147.68 for one night stay with two queen size bed while I was traveling thru the Grand Circle on May, 2015. This is a way too high and I will never stay here and will consider to reserve rooms thru Expedia in the future. Clerk spent too much time to register and computer was slow or down.
by A verified traveler from Grosse Pointe Shores, MI
Don't even think about it . . .Posted May 5, 2015
Cons: Motel should be shut down or imploded! It is truly what you call "a flea bag motel".
Staff was rude (at best). Room was filthy (gum and grime in carpet). Shower leaked. Continental breakfast included spoiled cream for coffee and vat of fruit cocktail that I'm certain had been brought out the past two weeks all served in what appeared to be the former laundry room for the motel. Hot tub (what else - broken), pool . . . not really (maybe for two - three is a crowd)The only motel whose sign was NOT lit in the evening was - you guessed it - Days Inn Moab!!! Unfortunately, the pre-paid room for 2 nights was non-refundable. I may cancel my AARP membership over this one! I felt sorry for the truly elderly who stayed there (I saw quite a few) for there was no elevator and no breakfast and no courteous service! AARP Travel should remove Days Inn Moab from their list of recommended motels.
by A verified traveler
Posted Apr 29, 2015
Could not use shower due to noise of fan. Half roll of toilet paper, no extra roll. On plus side, great staff and breakfast.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Tooele ut
Just a clean bedPosted Apr 19, 2015
I was only in this room long enough to get a good nights sleep it was clean but there was no thrills
by A verified traveler from Lake Forest, California
Days Inn at MoabPosted Apr 17, 2015
Pros: The hotel was clean and they did have hot water.
We arrived at 2 pm to check in and given a handicap room for some reason. We left and hiked all day and came back at 11pm, there was 1 parking spot available and we had to squeeze into it I could barely get out of the car. My car was dinged on the sides by the next morning. If we had noticed that the room was right next to the breakfast room we would have requested another, however, about 6:30 am we smelled coffee and heard voices and the set up being prepared for breakfast. By 7:30 there were voices of children yelling I want more milk and cereal etc and we were woken by all the commotion. Ask for a room in the back if you do not need a handicap room. Strange I never had a second thought about it when we arrived nor did I look in the next room to see there was a snack room. I wanted to drop off the luggage and go on my way to hike in the Arches so paid no attention but thought it rather odd to have the handicap. Well the bathroom was nice and big the toilet was really high, had to lunge myself up on that stool.
by A verified traveler from utah
Run down way over pricedPosted Apr 16, 2015
Shabby, needs work inside and outside. Same price as well kept newer neighbours.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Preiswerte Unterkunft für MoabPosted Apr 16, 2015
Location: Arches NP, Canyonlands NP, Dead Horse Point State Park, Castle Valley, La Sal Mountain Loop, Colorado Riverway Recreation Area, Wanderungen!!!!!!!!!!!
Das Hotel ist schon etwas älter, die Zimmer weisen entsprechende Spuren auf. Wenn man aber keinen Wert auf schnickschnack legt, eh den ganzen Tag unterwegs ist und ein sauberes Zimmer zum Schlafen reicht, ist diese Unterkunft eine Option. Lärmempfindlich sollte man nicht sein, da es direkt an der Hauptverkehrsstraße liegt, oder man versucht im Vorfeld ein Zimmer weiter hinten zu bekommen.