Super 8 Moab

Address: 889 North Main Street, Moab, Utah, 84532-2134, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 889 North Main Street, Moab, is near Moab Adventure Center, Tag-A-Long Expeditions, O.A.R.S. Rafting & Excursions, and Hurrah Pass Road.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Moab

    Reviewed by bobert

    Clean and tidy

    Reviewed
    by (8 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Large motel a mile north of Moab central area. Good size room, clean and tidy. Very convenient location for all the parks. It's okay but nothing special and not that cheap.

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

    Reviewed by angelawongpm

    Clean rooms

    Reviewed Nov 7, 2012
    by (5 reviews) , Singapore Flag of Singapore

    Clean rooms. Hot tub.

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    Reviewed by tyamkovy

    Stupid card readers

    Reviewed Jun 29, 2011
    by (7 reviews) Edmonton , Canada Flag of Canada

    had to go to the front desk several times cause me card reader would not work....very frustrating...I wasn't the only one. The room was ok.

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

    Historical Traveler Reviews Super 8 Moab

    This accomodation is ok

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    The Super 8 at Moab ist a place where you can stay. we have been there in 2004 and 2005. the size of the room is ok and they are clean. you better get your breakfast somewhere else. i would stay there again, but i think the price has risen in the last years. 80 bucks is to much for this super 8. i will stay somewhere else for a better price in 2006.

    Great location and excellent price!!

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    For a meager amount of less than $50.00 I think I got a fantastic deal. The room was average size, the beds were very comfortable, the location super, and just next door to a restaurant. And of course for those who want more, there is also a pool. We stayed a over 30 different locations throughout the USA and I believe that this was one of my favourites.

    Huge room, excellent value

    from

    We stayed here in mid-August 2005, in one of the rooms with 3 queen beds, a microwave and fridge. The room was enormous, with very comfy beds. The bathroom was fine.

    I agree with a previous review about a bit of a funny (not unpleasant, though) smell - I put it down to the fact our room was above the small laundromat - I wonder whether the tumble driers vented below our window.

    The pool area was nice enough. It was well screened from the road, and the rest of the hotel. It was a fairly good size pool, and we were all able to get loungers in mid-afternoon. People were struggling to find a spare seat later, though.

    Breakfast was pretty poor, really. Just a choice of a few pastries, and toast. Area was too crowded, food ran out too soon, fruit juices ran out, coffee ran out.

    Super 8 is a mile or so out of town, near Arches Nat Park, and a couple of other hotels. There was a Dennys across the carpark - we didn't eat there, so can't comment on it. With hindsight, I think we would have preferred to have been more central, to be able to walk to the excellent Moab Brewery restaurant and enjoy a beer or two!

    The Super 8 was excellent value for $88 a night, despite the meagre breakfast!

    Good Location, Bad Breakfast

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    I like a bargain and have had good luck with Super 8's in the past, but I was not too impressed with this one. Although it was clean and the rooms were okay, the service was quite poor. I think the breakfast (which consisted of toast - that's pretty much it) was stocked once in the morning and never looked at again. We got there at 7:30 and the juice machine was completely empty and all that remained were some sticky thawed out donuts and half a plate of white bread. Staff seemed content to play twenty questions rather than provide helpful answers or tips when asked. The best part about the hotel was the location so near Arches NP (fantastic!!!), but after seeing the very nice appearance of almost all of the non-chain motels in Moab, I'd try one of those first.

    Good deal for moab

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    We stayed at the Super8 in Moab for a couple of nights. It is one of the closest located motels to Arches NP and Canyonlands NP. The room was ok - it had a funny smell (carpet?) but everything was clean. We didn't use the pool because it was really busy and kind of small compared to the size of the motel. So was breakfast. On both mornings we couldn't find a place to sit so we didn't bother and just went to Denny's which is located right next to the motel. We enjoyed Moab - it is a nice little city with several souvenier shops. All in all, good price for Moab but don't expect any extras.

    Good, inexpensive place to stay

    from

    For a Super 8, this is a very nice motel. Larger than the average Super 8 but with basically the same lack of amenities. No coffee maker, refrigerator, or microwave in room. Coffee in the lobby with the "Continental Breakfast" - donuts and bagels with coffee and juice. But very economical for Moab which is a VERY touristy town. Reminded us of Gatlinburg, TN, but not quite as bad. Were there for 5 nights and were quite satisfied with it since we were only there for sleeping. Access to Arches NP is easy, to Canyon Lands NP a little further but very doable. There are certainly nicer places to stay but for the money, doubt if you can beat it.

    Good choice in Moab

    from

    This Motel is very nice for a Super 8. The rooms are spacious and very clean, the pool is lovely. I enjoyed eating at Denny's which is right next door. Above all this property offers very acceptable rates even in high season when other properties' prices soar. I would certainly stay here again.

    Would stay here again

    from

    Stayed here for 2 nights. Good area at the end of town. Close to everything. Room was clean and nice. No extras, missed the hair dryer. Pool area was nice. Excellent Mexican restaurant in town. Would definately stay here again.

    Supe 8 a good choice

    from

    This is a large (for Moab) hotel on the north side of town. It's a few miles from the centre, so if you want to leave the car, then a more central location would be better. However, the Super 8 is modern and functional. The rooms are a good size and very clean. There's a pool for kids and the staff are very friendly. There wasn't a hairdrier in the room, but they had one at the desk for loan. We had a ground floor room and the security for the back window consisted of a length of wood dowel to keep the window closed; it did its job and we weren't worried. All in all a good cheap choice for Moab.

    Grat pool & staff!

    from

    This is an above-average Super 8 which offered a great rate for a good room & terrific pool. Unlike some of the other motels' pools, this outdoor pool is large, deep (8 ft), has a lovely plant-filled patio, is enclosed with a wooden privacy fence, and is off the main road.I picked Super 8 because of the outdoor pool, good rates, smoking room option, and nearness to Denny's.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Moab

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

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