Sleep Inn Moab

1051 S Main, Moab, Utah, 84532, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 1051 S Main, Moab, is near Dead Horse Point State Park, Moab Adventure Center, Red River Adventures, and Dan O'Laurie Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSleep Inn Moab

    Reviewed by niki72

    Clean, no nonsense motel

    Reviewed Oct 27, 2008
    by (7 reviews) Ternat , Belgium Flag of Belgium

    Clean rooms, correct breakfast. Nothing special, nothing wrong.

    Sleep Inn in Moab
    Moab, United States

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Sleep Inn Moab

    Clean and Comfortable with a Nice Outdoor Pool

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    We just returned a few days ago from a trip to Moab. We stayed at this motel for two nights. The property looks new and is nice, clean, and comfortable. The hotel is just out of town, but makes for a nice quiet stay (especially if you get a room on the top floor, back of the building). After a long day of hiking in Arches National Park, the pool was a relaxing way to end the day. It was very clean and was nice and warm (don't know if it was heated or just because it was a real sunny day).

    If you're looking for a CLEAN place to stay, consider the Sleep Inn.

    Cheap and comfortable

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    What do you expect from a budget hotel???

    The hotel was clean and comfortable. The staff was very nice and there was plenty of parking and a big bicycle storage. The breakfast area was extremely small and we chose to eat in our rooms. The coffee was terrible, but there was a coffee maker in our room and that provided a decent cup of coffee. The hotel is on the other side of town. Most of the restaurants and shops are a long walk on the highway back into town...therefore, we would drive into town. The hotel is a animal friendly hotel. We brought our dog and were very happy with the accommodations considering the price and amenities.

    GREAT HOTEL IN MOAB

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    The hotel was for the most part very clean. However there was a used mattress against the wall on the second floor. This should've been attended to right away instead of left to sit.

    Also the air conditioner in our room stopped working and did not want to kick in after awhile.

    The staff is friendly at the hotel and I would most likely stay again in the future.

    A fine, functional motel

    from

    This was another fine, functional motel we stayed in on our circle tour of Utah. It is a decent member of the Sleep Inn family, nothing special, nothing disasterous. I would stay there again.

    Mostly for the rate. I booked through a link on the discovermoab(-) website and got a thirty day advance rate of $34 a night. For that price I'd stay almost anywhere!

    Try and avoid the rooms that face the highway - they are noisier than the rest of the hotel. They would be 102, 04, 06, 06 and 202, 04, 06 and 08. Breakfast was just ok - it was the same both days.

    This hotel is on the south edge of town so any where you want to go you are going to drive. Plenty of parking. There is no elevator, so if you have tons of bulky luggage ask for a ground floor room.

    Clean. Really Clean.

    from

    So clean it smelled too clean. The excessive cleaner smell and lackluster continental breakfast were the only drawbacks here. The price was competitive and the wireless internet was blazingly fast.

    It's on the south end of town and a few blocks if you're walking downtown, but if you're in Moab, you're probably being active anyway.

    Bike storage is available. You have to use your room key to access it and the hotel says it's monitored by video 24 hours a day. But there's no way to secure your bike in the storage room unless you use your own lock (they don't allow bikes inside).

    Overall, I'd stay here again, but will probably explore my options with local hotels next time.

    Good place to stay

    from

    We stayed at this property on July 22, 2005. It's located at the South end of Moab. We experienced no problems with our stay. The room was large (king) and clean with a unique shower (pod like). The pool was nice although a little small but very much welcomed after being in the heat all day. There were no restaurants adjacent to the property but we asked the desk clerk for his recommendations and he also provided us with menus from the local establishments.

    The property features coin laundry and they even had ice cream vending machines which we utlitized. The breakfast was nice; toast, cereals, fruit, coffee, juice, etc. Overall we were very pleased withour stay and would stay there again.

    Great hotel!

    from

    Friendly and helpful staff, very clean rooms, great shower and a nice free breakfast. I will definitely stay here again!

    Good hotel

    from

    We stayed here for one night in March, enroute from Monument Valley to Arches National Park. The hotel was very easy to find coming up 191. We had a 2 queen room, very clean and comfortable. Rates were reasonable. The hotel had a moderate sized pool and small spa. A modest breakfast was available. The hotel is located around 1 mile from down town Moab and about 5 miles to Arches. This was a convenient place to stay and would consider it again.

    Great Hotel

    from

    This is a great hotel. I stayed there on 8/31/04 and 9/1/04 for approximately $58 a night for a room with two queen beds. I have no complaints. The rooms were extremely clean and modern.

    OK - but ...

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    OK for a budget hotel.

    The hotel is well out of town and does not have a restaurant nor bar.

    An inclusive continental breakfast is available which is good.

    The pool is small but welcome in the summer.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Sleep Inn Moab

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Moab

    Van Durango naar Moab

    A travel blog entry by truusb59 on Sep 23, 2014

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    We waren natuurlijk al over de helft van onze vakantie, maar na Durango met de indrukwekkende treinreis zal het voelen alsof we al bijna weer naar huis gaan.
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    Day 15

    A travel blog entry by laurenschilling on Sep 17, 2014

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    Monument Valley to Moab

    A travel blog entry by cdrjgreen on Sep 12, 2014

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    ... along the edge of the Colorado from Moab to our overnight Resort stop were Spectacular. These were right beside the caoch and towered above us to great heights.
    On arrival straight into a Wine tasting with cheese, strawberry's bikkies etc which relaxed one. The winery resort they do reds and some whites from growers in the area. Dinner was out on the deck beside the river.
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    Heavy hiking and destructive downpours

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 19, 2014

    ... for a slumber on the long journey ahead. We picked up our luxury passenger at his hotel, who appeared refreshed and revived, but we were all happy to have had such a unusually experience and didn't envy the cost of his restful night!

    As we hit the road, we were treated to wide, open spaces. This was faming country with tiny hamlets of two or three houses, closed restaurants and the occasional RV park. The roads were empty. No other cars came towards us, ...

    Moab - Our Tough Mudder

    A travel blog entry by sc0tt_pr0bert on Aug 16, 2014

    38 photos

    ... s didn’t live in tepees, like their Native American cousins on the plains, they were farmers and built more permanent dwellings.

    As we dropped down into the valley Darren started to name the different rock formations, strangely they all seemed to have English names! I asked whether the Navajo’s had named the rock formations and rather predictably discovered that it was a western obsession to name and claim things!

    We drove ...

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