BEST WESTERN Plus Canyonlands Inn

16 S Main Street, Moab, Utah, 84532-2503, United States | 4 star hotel
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Day 7 - The Day of the Fisher Towers

A travel blog entry by cusan

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Today was day we'd all been looking forward to, well, with the exception of Lyn! We had to be at Red River Adventures by 8.30. Luckily this was just up the road from the hotel, so it wasn’t too early a start. The staff all seemed very friendly, and there was the usual scrum of having life jackets fitted etc. We got into a bus, with some other …

Day 6 - The Day the Sun Rose!

A travel blog entry by cusan

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Another terrible night's sleep! It’s so hot, yet the air con has made us all freeze…..either too hot or too cold, no happy medium. We all played musical beds all night, checking on the awesome night sky every time we passed the patio doors. I was also really conscious of not missing sunrise, so didn’t sleep well at all. At 0300 we …

Utah Rocks! in Arches and Canyonlands

A travel blog entry by lindaonthego

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We wanted to get an early start to beat the heat today, so we awoke a little earlier, had breakfast and headed out to Arches National Park, just about 10 minutes from our hotel in Moab. By the time we got there at 9:00 it was already 85 degrees. Not really having a plan in mind, we started down the main drive through the park. We stopped to take …

Hoodoos? We do!

A travel blog entry by lindaonthego

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We rolled out of bed, a little stiffer and sorer than the day before. But after a little stretching and a decent breakfast at the East Zion Thunderbird Lodge, we were ready to hit the trail again. We drove Hwy. 89 up to UT 12 and into Bryce Canyon National Park. Our first stop was the Visitors' Center where we planned our attack.


We …

Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by helmuth

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Heute standen gleich 3 Aktivitäten am Plan. Zuerst früh aufstehen um den Sonnenaufgang im Arches NP zu sehen. Es war traumhaft, das frühe Aufstehen hat sich gelohnt und durch die Jahreszeit war es gar nicht so früh: ca. 7:50. Zu Mittag wollten wir wieder etwas Action und so haben wir eine private ATV (auch Quad genannt) mit einem Guide gemacht. Das …

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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 16 S Main Street, Moab, is near Dead Horse Point State Park, Moab Adventure Center, Tag-A-Long Expeditions, and O.A.R.S. Rafting & Excursions.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Plus Canyonlands Inn Moab

    Reviewed by cusan

    Great

    Reviewed Jul 26, 2012
    by (4 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Great location. Very clean. Nice pool. Second time staying here. Good free breakfast.

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    Reviewed by lindaonthego

    Very nice place!

    Reviewed Jul 18, 2012
    by (13 reviews) Niles , United States Flag of United States

    This was an awesome hotel (though a bit pricey for us at $175/night...still, it seems everything in Moab is on the pricey end). We loved the location (you could walk to shops and restaurants), chocolate chip cookies, the pillows, the 2-sink bathroom, the automatic bathroom light which turned on when you walked into it in the middle of the night, the breakfast, the outdoor balcony with a view where you could eat your breakfast, and the pool. Everything was beautifully decorated, clean and comfortable! The only complaint was the A/C fan which blew constantly and was quite noisy.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN Plus Canyonlands Inn Moab

    Big Rooms!

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    The best hotel we stayed in on our road trip. We stayed for 2 nights. Great rooms - huge - lovely breakfast by the poolside. Good location near in the town - near a restaurants and bars. Highly recommended and apparently better value for money than the other Best Western in Moab!

    Good value base for Canyonlands and Arches

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    We used this as a base for tours of Canyonlands and Arches National Parks and a Colorado river rafting trip. On the basis that we were out pretty much all day, we did not see the point in staying more expensive hotels (eg Red Cliffs or Sorrel River resorts). There are also big advantages in being located in Moab town if you are doing tours which start there - Red Cliffs and Sorrel River are 15+ miles north along a twisty river road. Best Western Canyonlands was well located and suited for our purposes - good value, clean, up-to-date rooms, with free WiFi and helpful staff.

    Great Stay at a Reasonable Price

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    The Best Western Canyonlands Inn is probably the best place to stay at the most reasonable cost in Moab. Moab is an adventure town and some of the chain motels are pretty rustic and noisy. The service is excellent, the staff friendly, and the continental breakfast is pretty darn good. Moreover, the place is nicely carpeted and the noise insulation from other rooms is quite good for a chain motel. Having traveled to Moab on three occasions and stayed at a number of hotels and checking others out, unless you are looking for a resort, I would DEFINITELY recommend the Canyonlands Inn.

    Great location

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    Stayed at the BW Canyonlands on May 25. Great location in the middle of town. easy to walk to restaurants and shops. Big, clean room. Good breakfast. as info - no bikes allowed in the rooms

    Unexpected Quality

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    This motel had everything: A large room with a separate area for sofa and chairs, a wonderful continental breakfast in its own breakfast room, free newspaper, fitness room and laundry in basement, large bags of ice for picnic cooler, fresh-baked cookies in the afternoon, very WHITE and fluffy towels and plenty of them, very clean, reasonably priced. Only one deficiency -- not enough volume of water coming from the showerhead. Maybe the drought in the West had something to do with that. This place was great.

    A great hotel with a friendly staff!

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    This is a clean and attractive hotel.

    Good value

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    Stayed at BW Canyonlands in early September 2004. This was our second time there. Very clean, good continental breakfast, helpful staff, etc. Would definitely stay there again.

    Comfortable, Convenient, Clean

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    This is a very pleasant place to stay in Moab. Rooms were large, quiet, clean, light, comfortable but unexceptional. The comforters, pillows, etc. were in good shape, shower had good pressure, furnishings all worked, the pool was pleasant. This motel is centrally located within Moab, within easy walking distance of many restaurants (which you will appreciate since it is hot!), and also less than 10 minutes drive to Arches. We ate at the new Moab Brewery about 6 long blocks away (food, beer and atmosphere were great) but the more famous Eddie McStiffs is right across the street and very convenient. The complimentary breakfast is a good one...there were actually fruit and hard boiled eggs in addition to the normal cereal and toast. There aren't a lot of choices other than motels in Moab...BW Canyonlands was a good one and I would stay again.

    Worth a visit

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    Stayed here for 3 nights as part of a 10 night tour of Arizona and Utah. The hotel is very well situated in the middle of Moab and very convenient for all the shops, restaurants etc. The rooms are of a good size and well furnished. Pulbic areas are also well kept. Unfortunatley there is no restaurant within the hotel but a complimentary continental breakfast is served in the lobby which should be more than adequate for most people. Would definitley stay here again.

    Nice Place

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    This hotel is centrally located and next to the most popular restaurants in town. The rooms are well furnished. However, they are not sound proof. Also, it is very difficult to dolly your luggage as there are many levels, separated by stair cases. I would stay there again.

    TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Plus Canyonlands Inn Moab

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