La Quinta Inn Moab
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Quinta Inn Moab
Very nice playground and dog area - even a dog run. Rooms are spacious. Only con is not AC - they have a swamp cooler which makes the rooms miserably humid. Breakfast was marginal.
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Historical Traveler Reviews La Quinta Inn Moab
This place made our vacation enjoyable
We stayed this hotel on Aug 14th after comparing several hotels in moab. What a wonderful choice! The room was very clean & big, a king size bed was very comfortable, the front desk staff was welcoming and frendly. That day was the first day of utah's grand-circle vacation and we would like to thank the hotel for giving us good relaxation and a good night sleep. We'd like to stay there again if we go to moab next year.
We chose the La Quinta because they allowed pets and because of the reviews on this site - we couldn't have been happier. The rooms are huge compared to the other rooms we stayed in on our road trip, the hotel is nice and clean and there is a great path around the back of the hotel by the pool that takes you through a nice park-like area. Great for walking the dog or talking the scenic route into town. We had dinner the first night across the street at the Moab Brewery and walked the 1/2 mile to the main part of town for dinner the next night and for coffee each morning. I'd certainly stay here again.
Beatiful La Quinta Inn Moab
This place is very nice, the room we had was big and very clean, the housekeeping was willing to help us, and the same was for the ladies who worked at the reception. Moreover you can use internet for free at the lobby. Absolutly perfect, the best hotel during our two-weeks trip in the States.
Very nice place
We spent three nights here and the place is very nice. Large room and clean. The pool and spa are nice, and they seemed to be well maintained. This place is at the south end of town, but it really is not inconvenient. We had a problem with our door key, which took nearly two days to correct. Every time we tried to use our key, it wouldn't work. There was also a problem with the free internet in the lobby. That was one of the reasons I chose this place. I wanted to have some internet access, since I don't have a laptop. Based on my conversation with the desk clerk, it doesn't sound like they intend to repair the problem. They told me that the free wireless internet they offer is sufficient.
Overall, this is a nice place to stay, and I would stay here again.
Brilliant value, big rooms, recommended
My daughter booked us into La Quinta and although we originally wanted someplace a bit out of town - more secluded and away from the rush, I would not hesitate to stay at La Quinta again. The hotel is very clean, the rooms are huge and comfortable and the buffet breakfast is excellent. The hotel is in a very good location and was superb value for money. You won't be dissappointed if you stay here.
Excellent quality for the money
My husband and I stayed at La Quinta for 5 nights in June, when it was very hot. Our nice new, spacious, cool room was certainly welcome after a hot day of hiking in Arches or Canyonlands. I liked the fact that the pool was in the back, with natural woodlands behind, rather than right out front by the road, or surrounded by buildings. The location is south of town a few blocks. If you want right in town, try one of the two Best Westerns or Ramada Inn. The free internet in the lobby was a popular feature. We had absolutely no complaints in 5 days. A t.v. problem was fixed immediately.
Bright, comfy rm better than Comfort Suites
Stayed at La Quinta for 2 nights, after rejecting the Comfort Suites right across the street. For the same money, the rooms are comparably sized, and the La Quinta rooms are much more comfortable, up-to-date and brighter (enough lamps, with enough wattage). We had 2 "queen" beds, a separate loveseat sitting are with desk, a mini fridge that was much larger than the one at Comfort Suites, and a television that was also much larger than the one at Comfort Suites. There are 2 sinks with a lot of area for toiletries, located in the room rather than in the bathroom (toilet/shower) area--which we found more versatile than having them in the bathroom. Hairdryer and iron and ironing board were included, as well as a coffee maker. The beds were comfortable, if a little bit soft. The furnishings were up-to-date, and looked quite new. It was very clean. We did not check out the pool or hot tub. The breakfast was typical--cereals, breads, yogurt, fruit and waffles--and the juice was really good. The only thing I was worried about was that they allow pets, and do not segregate the rooms. However, we didn't have a problem with any pet smells, or barking (and I saw quite a few dogs). I am very allergic to animals, and had no problems. Overall, I highly recommend La Quinta--and try out Desert Bistro for dinner too--it's wonderful
Clean, Nice Place to Stay
We spent three nights at this hotel at the end of October. The room was clean and the staff was, for the most part, very friendly. The free breakfast was better than average. The rates were excellent and I would stay there again on my next trip to Moab.
I stayed at the hotel for 3 nights and found it to be a very nice stay. The continental breakfast was really nice. It was a newer property, and the airconditioning worked great.
Nice place to stay in Moab
We just stayed at this La Quinta over Memorial
Day weekend. Large clean rooms. Has a really good continental breakfast - much better than other hotels we've stayed at.
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Travel Blogs from Moab
We all got up CRAZY early to catch sunrise in Cathedral Valley inside Capitol Reef. It was ~2hr drive most of which was off-road BLM roads. In my planning for the trip, I worried about running into some kind of trouble which would strand us in this remote section of the park, as the park service warns that it can take days for someone to find you. …
... rock faces.
We eventually managed my to navigate the storms and found ourselves in the town of Moab, one of the larger towns in the area. Complete with shops, bars and diners, this was one of the busiest laces we had seen on the trip so far. Arriving at the campsite, we realised that we were going to have to pitch the tents in the rain and cook dinner in the rain. This did not filled with the sense of adventure it had done the night before, but with a ...
... but I failed miserably. Every shot had clutter in it. And I came to the conclusion that the people who live with such incredible scenery on a daily basis must become immune to its beauty, otherwise they would find a way to keep it unsullied. I guess they just don’t care. And I find that very sad.
After leaving Salt Lake City, we drove for about four hours through mountains and dessert, and the ...
... to stay days that were a little less convenient than we hoped.
It was the usual drill of getting ready, packing up and breakfast at the lodge once more. Mark captured a few more shots of the Hoodoos in the Amphitheatre, as well as a few from the front porch of our cabin and finally a shot of the lodge, sans the maintenance vehicles that seemed to be perpetually parked there.
We mistakenly finished traveling the road through ...
... the test of time, at least for now. Delicate Arch is so famous that it’s featured on the Utah state automobile license plate, and the numerous large tour buses and crowds of people at the trail-head verified its fame. As we started the hike there was a big sign warning everyone to plan ahead, hike smart, bring at least 1 liter of water per person per hour of hiking, don’t hike in the mid-day sun, wear appropriate clothing, etc. Despite this fairly obvious sign, ...