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We tried booking a hotel, last minute, in Moab, but they were all high priced or full. We got a tip from an anonymous tourist, called Lazy Lizard, and snagged a good, cheap campsite to save the day. The common area, kitchen, showers, etc. were...More
Three of us stayed in a cabin which was just about the right size for that number.. Shower block was fine. Cheap basic accommodation that ticked the box. Situated on the outskirts of Moab, a bit far out for walking into the town.
Staying at the hostel for two nights while cycling during the day was exactly what I needed. I chatted with many other cyclists and enjoyed not being in a solo room away from everyone else. I stayed in a private room, with shared bath/shower in...More
The Lazy Lizard is everything a hostel should be. I stayed in a dorm bed, and it was lovely. Quirky, cozy, and cheap. This is a hostel in the European style with many chances to make new friends, hike buddies, and climbing partners. It was...More
We stayed 3 nights in september 2016 in a cabin (by good weather)
+ : The cabin was basic but correct for 3 (or 4 - For 5 it may be a little crowded).
Towels and soaps were provided ; it was a plus.
US$13 - US$49 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I've never been to a hostel, but am open minded and willing. We are going to be out a lot, just mostly to sleep, but I want to bring my son along. I've looked around online, and mostly it just says per hostel.. So would it be a good place? He is open minded and awesome. Just wondering about opinions about it..
15 May 2015|
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I think it should be fine. We do get families here. We get all kinds of people, mostly younger and adventurous, but we get all ages and all kinds of people from all over the world. If you don't mind meeting other... More
I think it should be fine. We do get families here. We get all kinds of people, mostly younger and adventurous, but we get all ages and all kinds of people from all over the world. If you don't mind meeting other interesting people you will have a good time.
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"If you get a private room, ask for one in La Casa."