Others have mentioned the distance of the hotel from the dining options, so be prepared for that. We were on a tour, and the bus let us off in town with several walkable options. The hotel is situated in a beautiful setting and is close to Arches. We had a large, well- organized room with a spacious bath. I appreciated the pump shampoo , conditioner, etc to eliminate tiny plastic bottle waste. The rain shower was lovely. The complimentary breakfast buffet is excellent with (impressive) cage free eggs, sausage (veggie on request - impressive), Greek yogurt, fresh fruit (even grapes)!, REAL oatmeal (accompanied by almonds, walnuts, craisins & raisins), dry cereal, breads, and pastries. Juices and coffee, of course. A+ stay.
Very well run. Clean with a good front desk staff. Typical breakfast with standard choices. Hotel is popular with travel tours. Great location. Very convenient to Arches entrance. 30 minute drive to Canyonland entrance. East access to bike path which is totally separated from road traffic. If you are a cyclist there is an excellent bike path which is approximately 20 miles+ one way. Very nice pool area with outdoor fire pit.
I was nervous after seeing some bad reviews but was pleasantly surprised. The hotel was clean and bed was comfy and they serve a great complimentary breakfast. Staff was super friendly and pool area and fire pits were great after a long day! This is an outdoor town so if you’re looking for super fancy hotels in general maybe research where your going :)
The hotel itself is beautiful - very clean with spacious rooms. The continental breakfast was good and the hotel room service food was decent. The pool is fantastic and the environment around the hotel is very beautiful. The only downside with staying at this hotel is that it's outside of town and it's not super easy to get into town without transportation. You'd have to walk on the shoulder of a 4-lane highway and go across the bridge/river to get to the first part of the town, then continue walking to get to the shops/restaurants in town. In the heat of mid-summer that wasn't a super great idea for us so we began researching transportation options. From what I was told Moab has more transportation options available now than it did in the past, but there still isn't much if you didn't bring your own car with you or rent a car while you're staying there. The hotel doesn't offer a shuttle or any transportation to get into town and there is Uber and Lyft, but apparently it's one guy who does both and sometimes works but often doesn't. There are a couple of taxi companies in town, but they don't answer calls and don't seem to be working too often. The majority of the restaurants in town don't deliver food and only one, the Sunset Grill, offered a shuttle service for dinner. Anyways, all this to say that the hotel is very nice but if you have any interest in spending time in the town of Moab and you don't have your own car for the visit, it's probably a better idea to stay at a hotel in town where you can walk to things easier.…
What a gem this place is! On a long “just us” road trip, I’m so proud of my husband for find this spot. To begin with, the backdrop of red cliffs just outside the door is absolutely stunning. Check-in was easy The staff are delightful Room service menu is pretty good The rooms are immaculate, fresh and new. Then…the POOL. Well worth it. We didn’t even mind the tons of kids enjoying to pool! The Pool, The Pool, The Pool. Great design and plenty of room. Highly recommend.