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I did not enjoy my stay here. I had to change rooms twice. The first room there was a problem with the shower--no hot water and it kept leaking, and I couldnt get wifi. The second room there was a problem with the door not...More
We spent 3 days here as it was well located and a good price, as it was well located for Arches and Canyonlands.
On arrival the customer service was really good, the guy was helpful too. No breakfast, no fridge, no microwave which we thought...More
I stayed here for 4 nights. The motel is just outside the 'town center' and is centrally situated between Arches, Canyonlands and Capitol Reef. The latter three National Parks were my destinations during my stay.The town is really boring, quite a few places are even...More
camped out the night before at the national park cold as hell there. Stayed here the next night have to say it was warmer than camping out , but only a Notch up from camping rooms are as basic as one can get Bed was...More
Stayed because of an unexpected vehicle problem traveling in Utah. Was able to get the last available room. It Was clean and bed was comfortable. The bathroom was nice/updated but the shower just sprays a mist, difficult to rinse; the drain in the bathroom sink...More
US$40 - US$123 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from jameschey | Reviewed this property |
I can't answer your question; I don't work for Motel 6. The reviews of this hotel are remarkably consistent. They are aware of the problems with the manager at this hotel. If in the Moab area, or Green River, ou might want... More
I can't answer your question; I don't work for Motel 6. The reviews of this hotel are remarkably consistent. They are aware of the problems with the manager at this hotel. If in the Moab area, or Green River, ou might want to try the Budget Inn. Isn't a 5 star hotel, but for about $40 you get a clean room, hot shower with great water pressure, and freshly made blueberry muffins in the morning from Wayne, the manager. It's about 50 minutes to Moab, and so it's a bargain if you're going to the National parks there.
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"don't get room in front--lots of street noise which goes well into night with truckers"