Kokopelli Lodge & Suites

Address: 72 S. 100 E., Moab, Utah, 84532, United States | Motel
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsKokopelli Lodge & Suites Moab

      Reviewed by meine_reisen

      einfache Unterkunft

      Reviewed Jun 10, 2011
      by (4 reviews) in der Einflugschneise von LEJ , Germany Flag of Germany

      Die Kokopelli Lodge hatten wir für zwei Übernachtungen gebucht. Die Zimmer sind recht klein. Auch die Nasszelle war gerade so ausreichend. Bei schönem Wetter kann man aber vor der Zimmertür an einer kleinen Sitzgarnitur entspannen. Die Rezeption ist nicht dauerhaft besetzt, daher sollte man die Anreisezeiten beachten.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Kokopelli Lodge & Suites Moab

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Moab

      Yep, it's hot in Moab!

      A travel blog entry by dsct61 on Jul 21, 2013

      Day Ten -- Santa Fe to Moab

      We left Santa Fe about 10 am to make the 6.5 hour drive to Moab. The route is easy with good roads, some beautiful scenery and some really drab scenery. This was our longest drive in a single day so we settled in for the long haul.

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      Heavy hiking and destructive downpours

      A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 19, 2014

      ... to a multi-streamed torrent cascading down many layers of rocks, this was a stunning landscape created entirely by one rainfall. As we approached the lower levels of the valleys, we saw the Colorado River rushing past the side of the road. The water had turned a dark brown colour and looked for all the world like the river of chocolate in Willy Wonka's factory. It gushed around the river bends, being made deeper and faster by both the rain and the water rushing ...

      Monuments only nature could have carved

      A travel blog entry by sheflysx on Aug 05, 2014

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... The vista are fabulous, or they would be but for the power lines, light poles, billboards, road signs, and overpasses. I know that a lot of this is necessary, but billboards? (Maine outlawed billboards back in the 1960's and has thus provided a much nicer travel experience for millions of people.) I struggled to take photos of the early morning mountains, shrouded in a haze and backlit by the early morning ...

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      Mac and Josie are constantly asking us to reiterate our itinerary. For some reason, when we say we're going to Moab, they call it Mo Bap. So it’s a little joke now.

      Lots of driving today. We would have to backtrack a little, past Capital Reef and stretch down to Moab. Why the backtracking? Well, couldn’t be avoided. Seems that rooms book up certain days of the week at the Lodge at Bryce, so in order to get the cozy cabin there, ...

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      A travel blog entry by gflacke on Jun 30, 2014

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... with your cooler, no elephants and lions wandering through your campsite; just bunnies and lizards and, as we were to discover later, mice.

      While it was still relatively cool and the sun was low on the horizon we headed out to do some hiking. We opted to visit Delicate Arch, so named because it looks like a stiff breeze could blow it over. But in reality it’s not delicate at all, it’s a massive stone structure impressively engineered by mother nature ...