Ratings based on 12 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Adequate roomPosted Aug 7, 2013
Location: Located a short driving distance to downtown Moab. It was easy to get to the Arches and Canyon National Parks.
We were pleased to have a flat screen TV with cable, refrigerator, and micro wave. Also, the bathroom was large and clean and well maintained. However, the room was crowded with 2double beds. A king or queen bed would've left space for the table and chairs that were jammed into a corner which was too tight for them to be useful. The management was friendly and helpful and the room was clean.
for Everyoneby paul from LA
Nice hotel for the pricePosted Jul 29, 2013
Pros: Close to Arches National Park and low price.
Location: Arches National Park
We stopped in Arches National Park as one of our road trip destinations. This hotel was one of the lower priced hotels in Moab. It gets the job done which was to provide a clean quiet place to stay over night.
for Everyoneby Bob and Sue from Issaquah, Wa.
Silver Sage Front Desk was "Right On"Posted Jul 22, 2013
The fellow at the front desk was very knowledgeable, about what to see and where to eat. We tried several of his suggestions and loved the Moab diner, Eclectic Café, Moab Brewery, and Fiesta Mexicana. The rooms are clean and basic, with comfortable beds and good value for the price. There's no pool and it would have been nice to have one after hiking in the 90 degree + temperature.
for Everyoneby DEBBIE from OKC
GOOD FOR TWOPosted Jul 2, 2012
STAYED TWO NIGHTS WHILE VISITING MOAB. IT HAD ALL THE COMFORT WE NEEDED WHILE SEEING THE SIGHTS. SMALL ROOMS, BUT WAS FINE FOR TWO PEOPLE.
for Everyoneby Thomas from Las Vegas
A MustPosted Jun 26, 2012
Pros: Clean, comfortable, quiet and on the door step of amazing bicycle trails
Moab is the jumping off to many sate and national parks, with scenery that will blow you mind...its a must for your bucket list!!! The silver sage is inpecably well maintained hotel and the staff were most wonderful, friendly and welcoming and full of knowledge. Its VERY good value for the money...and its economical
for Otherby DARREN from MANCHESTER
Great customer service.Posted Apr 7, 2012
A motel with everything you need for an active stay in Moab, the staff are very helpful with excellent knowledge of the parks and other vacation information you would want. The room was always serviced properly and as a solo traveller felt very safe. Great location to get to all the parks and walking distance to the main street shops, supermarkets, and restaurants. Super value for money for active holidays.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Missoula, MT
Just what we were looking for.....Posted Aug 10, 2011
We wanted a clean, comfortable, reasonably priced place to stay while we visited Moab, Arches N.P. and Canyonlands N.P. on our way from Montana to Texas. We got all this and more.....we appreciated the friendly hospitality and hiking advice shared by the owner. Our room wasn't large or fancy, but it filled our needs and I would not hesitate to return here or to recommend Silver Sage Inn to fellow travelers.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Austin, TX
a little bit over pricedPosted Aug 2, 2011
room is small but still clean, a little bit over priced while there's no breakfast, but consider it's the peak season for Arches NP, it's still acceptable
for Familiesby A verified traveler from Kaysville, UT
A Great Small HotelPosted Apr 13, 2011
We found the Silver Sage Inn to be a great small hotel. The proprieter was extremely helpful as we asked him to help us. We appreciated the secured WiFi, fridge, and microwave.
for Familiesby A verified traveler from Gold Country, California
Great place to stay.Posted Mar 29, 2011
The hotel, obviously of 50's vintage, was in excellent shape, and immaculately clean. It was a cozy, down home version of the glitzy surrounding hotels that looked more like they should have been in Las Vegas. Our hotel looked like it BELONGED in Moab. We had a marvelous view of the hills behind us, and were within walking distance to major amenities, such as a grocery, eatery and brewery. WiFi was excellent, as was the t.v. Room temp controls were easy to operate, with a nice microwave and 'frig. The office had maps, brochures and handouts to keep us quite busy with the current to-dos of the area. The management was politely and immediately responsive to our every request (which were few). All in all, this hotel was a great place from which to launch our daily adventures!