Address: 105 South Main Street, Moab, Utah, 84532, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 105 South 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 Greenwell Inn Moab

      Reviewed by davenjulia

      Great place to relax.

      Reviewed Jun 9, 2014
      by (19 reviews) Gembrook , Australia Flag of Australia

      Excellent rooms in the centre of town, easy walking to many diners and restaurants, super markets and liquor stores. There is even a Chinese restaurant Next to the car park. Good spa, gym and pool rounded everything off. The room is large and well appointed.

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

      Reviewed by zjonneke

      Leuk hotel

      Reviewed Sep 12, 2013
      by (15 reviews) Kaatsheuvel , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

      Dit hotel is een prima uitvalsbasis voor Moab en omgeving. Lekker centraal in Moab gelegen en voorzien van alle gemakken.

      De kamers hebben een dubbel 2-persoons bed en een prima douche. Een 40" flatscreen maakt de boel af.

      Een ontbijt is inbegrepen. Typisch Amerikaanse interpretatie van Continental breakfast met plastic servies en bestek. Maar beter dan niets.

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

      Reviewed by pcorzine

      Nice place

      Reviewed Sep 5, 2013
      by (1 review) Assumption , United States Flag of United States

      Nicely redone rooms. Even gave us a voucher for breakfast at the pancake house across the street. Definitely would recommend.

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

      Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Greenwell Inn Moab

      Very basic!


      This was our 3rd Best Western in 3 nights as we were on our way driving around southern Utah as part of our honeymoon. The previous two experiences of Best Western hotels had been very good and great value for money. This one however, was a different story. On arrival, although the lobby staff were not rude, due to the lack of facilities, there wasn't a lot they could help us with. The room was spacious and clean but the hotel had no internet access in the rooms and no breakfast on offer. We had arrived late and were both tired and all we wanted was to have a drink and go to bed. We needed to get some milk and bits from the local market and we tried to get a bottle of wine from the only liquor store in town. That had shut 5 minutes before we could get to it at 9pm and the lady serving in the market just didn't want to help us in anyway. None of this was the hotel's fault but it did make us wish that we had stopped somewhere else. We had breakfast at the Moab Diner which was fine but it was a 10 minute walk up the street.

      One of the best place to stay


      Whenever we can, my wife and I always look for a Best Western. We are never dissapointed by the cleanliness or the friendliness of a Best Western motel. We stayed at this motel in April and it is even better than any other Best Westerns we have been to, the rooms are bigger than others, the bathroom is just gorgeous and clean, the location is wonderful. We will tell our friends to come stay here too.

      Definitely the hotel for us.


      We stayed at this hotel last month and just loved it. Our room was clean and big with 2 beds. The lobby was beautiful and cozy with friendly and attentive staff. The location is central to many good restaurants, so we got to walk around the nice town. Try this place. You will like it.

      Basic Motel


      If you're looking for a basic place to stay in Moab, this would be it. Nothing spectacular here. It's a dark, dreary little motel room, but it is conveniently located to the center of Moab for walking to dinner or shops. It looked like the bathroom had recently been updated, so that was nice. It would have been nicer if the towels they provided weren't tattered and frayed on the edges. I don't expecet a lot out of Best Western, but I do at least expect decent towels and it would have been nice if they replenished the coffee after the first morning.



      The motel wasn't anything great. Room only gets ready at 4 in the afternoon, and it could do with additional cleaning. Found roaches in the bathroom in the morning. Rooms were a good size, but very dingy. Also, it doesn't offer free breakfast which was a bummer, as you want to get moving early in the morning, and even getting bagels delayed us 45 mins.

      Great stopover


      This hotel was very clean, the staff accomodation, and we had no complaints. It is nothing spectacular, but about right for the money. The location is great as you can walk very easily to shops and resturants.

      It'll do.


      We stayed here recently for a couple of nights. For what it is - a 'chain' motel - it's ok, but we felt that it was a little bit more expensive than it could have been compared to other places we'd stayed. The rooms are fine, but not well lit and are very dark and gloomy because there's only the one window. As far as the location goes it's a few minutes walk from numerous very nice restaurants and bars on the main 'drag' through Moab, which makes it easy to stumble back after a few beers. It's also a convenient ten minute drive from Arches National Park.

      Helpful staff


      We had problems with a fridge that didn't work, and a coffee maker that was decidedly mouldy inside. After phoning the desk both were promptly replaced with decent equipment. The room was comfortable and a good size, and the rate reasonable. Would stay there again.



      We stayed here March 21-23 2004. We got there at 4pm to check in (at 3pm) and had to wait for a room to be cleaned. When we went in, there was lint on the carpet, spots on the mirror and worst of all - a grey ring in the bathtub - because it didn't drain right. The beds were comfortable, but the rooms are very dark. The hottub was lukewarm (dangerous???) Definitely would not recommend this hotel - the price is right, but who cares!

      Good Hotel


      Rooms were OK. Better value than the BW Canyonlands across the street.

      TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Greenwell Inn Moab

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Moab

      Moab - Arches National Park

      A travel blog entry by sc0tt_pr0bert on Aug 17, 2014

      16 photos

      After a great nights sleep, following a Cutthroat IPA induced coma, we woke-up and learn that dad had acquired a Navajo name "One Red Knee!" - Driving the Ford whist wearing shorts had given him a unique fan line.

      We decided to phone gran to check on her progress and were relieved to hear that she was feeling much better.

      Moab - Our Tough Mudder

      A travel blog entry by sc0tt_pr0bert on Aug 16, 2014

      38 photos

      After little or no sleep we were all very glad to get up out of bed and step into the cool morning air, even if it was 5:30am. We handed the room keys into reception, topped the Ford back up to a full tank of gas and headed down the highway to catch the sunrise at Monument Valley.

      We zipped down the empty highway as fast as possible, …

      Canyon Land, Arches and Moab

      A travel blog entry by davenjulia on Jun 10, 2014

      3 comments, 16 photos

      Heading further south and the landscape really begins to change. We start hearing the words such as Mesas, Buttes and Spires. A Mesa is wider than tall, Butte is taller than wide and Spire is a weathered version of either. This is really Canyon Land where the topography has been worn down over 1000's of years. The rock here used to be part of the …

      Arches and Monoliths

      A travel blog entry by eagle46 on Aug 20, 2014

      2 comments, 44 photos

      ... in our area on the east coast, but the mountains in the west are prime habitat. They both appeared to be adults, but they do not have any real distinctive markings except the golden head.

      I will let the pictures speak for themselves. The various features that are named in the park are named on the photos. Otherwise, they are just random photos that show the natural terrain of the park.

      The most famous arch is the Delicate ...

      Canyonlands and smaller arches

      A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 20, 2014

      ... sloping sides, through which you could see incredible structures of red rocks, pillars, pinnacles and canyons contrasting with the bright blue sky beyond. We sat in the shade of a nearby tree and ate our lunch. It was a stunning spot to enjoy some chilled out time, taking in the monumental view in front of us. After a while, we were able to pouch up the courage to clamber up the sloping sides to the centre of the arch and pose for photos. From atop the arch, we had even ...