Ratings based on 242 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.0 Room cleanliness
2.9 Service & staff
3.0 Room comfort
2.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Greg from Bismarck
Posted Dec 6, 2013
Cons: Might want to get a vacuum with better access to the corners. Lots of dust near the base and it showed up due to the dark carpet.
Location: There are lots of things to do near Moab - Bike Riding, Climbing, hiking, tourist things..
The hotel was a decent value. I slept very well. The bed was comfortable and the staff was friendly.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Dec 2, 2013
for Everyoneby Tom, from U.P. Michigan
Adequate at bestPosted Oct 26, 2013
Pros: Close to Arches Natl Park, otherwise not much...
Cons: Attention to basic details; hot water, clenliness
Location: Anything outdoors; hiking, biking, wheeling...
When we checked in for 5 days, I knew it wouldn't be a 5 star motel. The table would do just fine with 3 good legs as long as it was wedged into the corner. There was a good layer of dust on all the seldom used surfaces, but being campers, we weren't too concerned. The Motel was filled to capacity on Saturday PM when we checked in, the breakfast nook was poorly stocked for such a crowd on Sunday AM. The coffey and juices ran out early and weren't replaced as far as I knew. The resulting over full trash cans were not emptied until sometime Monday. On Tuesday morning the shower water was tepid at best with the water on full hot. I reported this to the desk and the gal said she would tell the next shift(?). I also reported it to the next shift and was told it was the caretaker's day off (!) Returning to room that evening, the water was even cooler, so I reported to the afternoon shift. She said no one else complained and showed me another room, also with no hot water. I declined to swap rooms. A few phone calls later, the GM promised the problem would be fixed in 35 minutes. NOT! Wednesday morning there was no difference between the cold and hot water. We canceled our last day and left! I realize that different motels offer different amenities, but all offer this in common; a reasonably clean, comfortable room and a hot shower in the morning. Premium TV, hot tubs, excercise rooms are all fluff, but the Comfort Inn missed a good opportunity to do the right thing for a guest.
for Everyoneby Joe
Hotel right on Main Street.Posted Oct 21, 2013
We wanted an inexpensive, yet comfortable hotel. What we got was a stinky questionable room. The room was foul smelling ( we brewed a pot of coffee to cover the smell, but it only lasted 30 min). It was inexpensive, but I wil not go back.
for Everyoneby Donna from Tennessee
Convenient to Arches NPPosted Oct 18, 2013
We were pleased with the room based on what we have paid to stay elsewhere. Staff was VERY nice and helpful! Unfortunately, there was insufficient breakfast supplies. I understand continental breakfast but they were out of regular coffee in the breakfast area both mornings we were there. Posted sign said "Sorry for the inconvenience" Seriously????. Also, there were no packs of oatmeal cereal. The second morning we skipped the breakfast area entirely and bought breakfast elsewhere.
for Everyoneby mature couple
Good bed for a couple of nightsPosted Oct 13, 2013
Nothing flashy but clean and comfy bed for a couple of nights.
for Everyoneby Roger from NY
Excellent locationPosted Sep 23, 2013
Pros: comfortable rooms, nice breakfast, great manager
Cons: more help from their main office for new manager
Location: rafting, hiking,biking, sightseeing national monuments
Motel close to Arches National Park, restaurants, grocery and gas stations. Manager went extra distance to make stay comfortable. Extra praise to her handling skills in running hotel. Will stay again when in area.
for Everyoneby John from Silver Spring, MD
Convenient and reasonably pricedPosted Sep 21, 2013
Cons: Continental breakfast was only fair and coffee was awful. Facilities seem to be declining.
We had a good stay. The motel is convenient to the parks and to facilities in Moab.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Days Inn, Moab, UtahPosted Sep 21, 2013
Pros: Even though it was a walk into Moab I did not mind it because I like to walk. The shops and restaurants were really not that far from the hotel.
Cons: The coffee at the hotel was very bad. It came from a machine and it tasted terrible. It would be better to get a coffee pot and perk the coffee.
Location: Close to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. Also, it is close to Dead Horse State Park.
The staff was very helpful with directions of the town and courtious.
for Everyoneby MER from London,England
Overnight stay OKPosted Sep 20, 2013
Cons: The room was a bit dark and the whole place needs freshening up
Location: Convenient for Arches Nat.park and for rafting down Colorado River.
We stayed for 1 night in early September. This motel is just a few blocks walk along Main Street, although easier to go by car. Moab is a one street town with a few side streets. The room was OK with all the usual facilities including tea/coffee maker. Breakfast was the usual cereal/ toast/bagels/pastries. I wish there were yoghurts available as well! It is a few minutes drive from the motel to the Arches National Park- go see it is wonderful. This motel is fine for 1/2 nights stay and I would use it again if in the area