Riverside Inn

Address: 988 North Main Street, Moab, Utah, 84532, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 988 North Main Street, Moab, is near Moab Adventure Center, Tag-A-Long Expeditions, O.A.R.S. Rafting & Excursions, and Dan O'Laurie Museum.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Riverside Inn Moab

    Noisy bud Okay

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    17 juli 2004,

    We have stayed three nights at the Best Inn Moab. This hotel is close to Arches National Park. The rooms are clean and the rates reasonable. The pool and tub are okay. The service is friendly with helpfull people. We had 3 rooms next to the lobby bud the Icemachine and sodamachine's outside are noisy, and the airco in the room are noisy to. So ask for rooms at the backside of the hotel and away from the lobby. Breakfast is oke, bud it was crowded in the small breakfastroom because the hotel was totally booked.

    We take the afternoon rafting trip on the Colorado river with OARS and that was great, and perfect organized.

    Very convenient and good value

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    Stayed three nights at the Best Inn, before and after a river rafting trip. It is very convenient for Arches National Park, rooms were clean and the rates are very reasonable. There is small outdoor pool and tub which are great in the heat. Only slight niggle is that the air-con in our rooms was quite noisy if you are not used to it.

    Good place to stay

    from

    stopped by Moab on the way to Las Vegas - Arches NP was worth the small sidetrip. Best Inn was very good, clean, purified water, pool, good location etc..... VERY GOOD VALUE and generally good place to stay...

    Lives up to it's name

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    Just returned from a 2 week trip to southeast Colorado and Utah. Stayed at several hotels along the way. The Best Inn in Moab did not disappoint us. The Inn and it's rooms were nice and clean. The refrigerator, internet, and complimentary laundry soap were nice additions. Breakfast was adequate - had better - had worst. A little lacking in variety. The pool and hot tub area was welcoming. Excellent water temperature and view. Could use cleaning twice a day vs. once - as the winds tend to blow in dirt and uninviting litter. All and all a restful place to stay.

    Pretty good

    from

    On the plus side:

    a. Clean room

    b. Light and airy

    c. Good breakfast

    d. Okay pool

    e. Moab is an incredible place

    On the minus side:

    a. Noise from the TV in the lobby drifting up to the room - I had to ask twice for this to be turned off. The staff were really polite though.

    b. Its a bit out of town

    Overall I'd recommend a stay here but ask for an upstairs room away from the lobby. If you want a good dinner try out the "Desert Bistro" in town which was first rate.

    Poor management - refused to honor my reservation

    from

    I visited Arches NP on Memorial Day weekend and had serious car problems as I pulled into Moab. Most of the hotels were full and filling up fast. I made a reservation at the Best Inn in their last room. At that point, we stopped searching for a hotel room.

    When we arrived at the hotel, we learned that the hotel manager called the desk worker and told her not to give us the room because she needed to give it to someone else at another hotel.

    The time that we lost after making our 'reservation', cost us the opportunity to find another room.

    I had to have my car towed out of town (100 miles) because there was no where for me to stay while my car was being repaired.

    Make a reservation here at your own risk. You cannot count on the reservation being honored when you arrive.

    The Best Inn is also managed by the same mangement as the Days Inn.

    Best Inn recommended & good value

    from

    Best Inn, Moab, UT Stayed for two nights, Sept 8 and 9th 2003. Clean, fairly new and convienent to Arches National Park, but necessary to drive to the Main St area for shopping/dining. Breakfast was the basic free cereal, toast, pastry and juice. Denny's located across the street. Would recommend this hotel and was a good value.

    Great place

    from

    Jim, executive administratpr at National Louis University and Christine, H.R. Director, have stayed at this hotel for the last 8 years. We have seen several owners come and go, but the place remains unchanged. Clean, neat and great service. Just on the outskirts of town, lovely view and right at the foot of the Sunset Grill. Best of both worlds!

    Simply the best

    from

    We went to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks in Spring 2003 and stayed at this inn for two nights. What a deal. We paid $60 a night, the hotel is nearly brand new, located at the northern end of town, just 4 miles from Arches National Park. In other places you would almost have to pay at least twice as much for this kidn of hotel. When I go back to Moab I will definitely stay there again.

    Clean, Convenient, Comfortable & Quiet

    from

    I have stayed at Best Inn Moab with my wife and daughter every April for the past 3 years. i recommend it highly. The rates are reasonable, it is clean & quiet, and I've always found the beds to be comfortable. It is located just down the hillside from one of Moab's best restaurants. It is also one of the closest hotels to the entrance of Arches National Park.

    The owner/manager is friendly and makes a sincere effort to accommodate the needs of individual guests.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Riverside Inn Moab

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Moab

    Navajo

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Jun 30, 2015

    20 photos

    ... quintessential Western Movie background. You can't help but look at the vast rock formations that sprout up out of the ground and expect to see John Wayne, Clint Eastwood or some other cowboy come riding round them, guns blazing! Of course there's no longer any cowboys here, in fact Monument Valley sits on Navajo lands too. There was a road that winds around the Monuments, we couldn't find it, but even if we had been able to we wouldn't have been able to take the hire car on ...

    Day 7: Arches National Park!

    A travel blog entry by psquared on Jun 21, 2015

    6 photos

    ... time by car to travel around the park (I believe that this will be a theme in many of the Parks we will be visiting in the next few weeks). The most famous arch in the park is Delicate Arch, and to hike up close to it, it is a very strenuous hike and takes about 2-3 hours. Since we wanted to see many arches, we decided to look at Delicate Arch from one of the viewpoints instead. I don't have any photos of the Arch on my phone because I needed to take ...

    Rafting the Colorado River

    A travel blog entry by calo4 on Jun 11, 2015

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... shore for lunch. The guides whipped up a bunch of sandwich fixins, along with chips, fruit, and cookies. The food was good, and having lunch on the banks of the Colorado, in a canyon, was very cool.

    Just after lunch we loaded back into the rafts and prepared for the bigger rapids of the day. They started out almost immediately and we were running down river pretty quickly. Our river guide, Aaron, did a great job maneuvering the raft through the ...

    Arches and Canyons

    A travel blog entry by photokent on Mar 25, 2015

    13 photos

    ... overnight.  A few clouds hanging  on the horizon next morning ruined any possible sunrise photo so we delayed our drive to north end of park about an hour from our campsite (which was on the south end of Moab).  We drove through the NP campground to scout out suitable campsites in case we want to return.  Being such a busy park, one needs to make the reservations 6 months in advance like Yosemite.  Ugh. We don't like to do that ...

    Mystical Moab Country

    A travel blog entry by jandjontheroad on Sep 08, 2014

    8 photos

    ... is centrally located to town. We were intrigued by this peculiar looking camping unit in the park called a Rotel. A Rotel is a German designed rolling hotel. The unit holds approximately 25 people and they ride in passenger seats by day and sleep in individual 'capsules' by night. These capsules are 6'x6'x3'. There is a kitchen onboard, one toilet and no shower. Hmmmm, now that's togetherness!

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