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very clean and comfortable nice and warm. clean showers and the host behind the desk was very helpful in recommending a few locales for us to eat. everything near by makes this place ideal, I highly recommend this place.
I was spending a couple days hiking in the area and really just needed a place to stay the night (and heat up some Thanksgiving supper) and this inn was just right. It was clean and the gentleman at the front desk was very friendly...More
Check-in was friendly and helpful and my clean room was just perfect. Owner/Manager offered very helpful local information about the area! Great value in Moab for a basic room and amenities. If you need "Fancy" there are no Four Seasons Hotels in Moab. I recommend!
I would not have chosen the Silver Sage Inn if I had not been reassured by TripAdvisor reviews that it was a decent place to stay. It doesn't look like much in its pictures--and looks even less inviting at first glance in person. However, it...More
I stayed at the Silver Sage Inn for 3 nights with a friend for a mountain biking weekend. It is definitely basic but is super quiet and had everything we needed - clean beds, bathroom with hot water, frig, microwave, outside secure storage for mountain...More
US$56 - US$143 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It's pretty quiet at the hotel, and there is a fantastic trail literally right behind, which goes both north and south and is often used by mountain bikers. There are dozens of hikes within a few miles.