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13784 North Highway 191, Moab, UT 84532 – Show map
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BBQ Facilities, Grounds
Canoeing, Hiking, Cycling, Horseback Riding, Bicycle Rental
Food & Drink
Breakfast in the Room, Snack Bar
No internet access available.
Free! Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed Lunches, Tour Desk, Concierge Service, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Souvenir/Gift Shop, Honeymoon Suite
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, Designated Smoking Area
3:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children or adults are charged USD 25 per person per night when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged USD 25 per night for extra beds.
One child under 4 years is charged USD 25 per night in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 2.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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This unique Moab, Utah Inn, is 2 miles from the entrance to Arches National Park. An outdoor pool, hot tub and a fitness course are featured. The inn is off of Highway 191.
Score from 711 reviews Excellent
The Super 8 Motel is ideally located just one mile from the center of Moab, and many area attractions.
Score from 517 reviews Good
This Moab, Utah hotel is located near the Colorado River, a 10-minute drive to Arches National Park.
Score from 226 reviews Review score
Just 2 miles from over 2,000 natural stone arches at Arches National Park, this Moab guesthouse offers an on-site hot tub. All units offer a full kitchen.
Score from 159 reviews Excellent
Friendly staff Beautiful views A great experience
- tent and beds - cooling by water misting - great view (only eastern tents) - free cold water, hot tea and coffee
- Hwy too close - some tents were set up for staff, now used for guests (western tents) - it can be very hot in summer
Very clean comfy and spacious 'tents'. Beautiful views at sunset and after dark. Great experience being out in the desert.
Quite difficult to find. Extensive amount of wildlife in the shower and toilet facilities, could do with a bug repellent or something to keep them out. Generators are quite noisy and smell really fumey, a tent near here would be undesirable.
If you like camping, this is luxury camping, and just 30 minutes from Moab.
Tent, beds, cooling system, atmosphere and amazing view
noise of the highway at night
Experience, location to Arches & Canyon lands. Tent Space
Front desk, need to have someone more friendly. Need more showers or LIMIT folks on time.
Very friendly staff, good beds, Nice fireplaces
Cold showers in the morning
Location - really nice tents and showers. Very luxurious camping.
Some road noise which spoilt the tranquility.
hitze im zelt gewitter bei nacht
Very Comfy Bed Great Views The staff
Some noise from the road Distance from town and restaurants Hard to find in the dark!
Nuit sous un tipi en pleine nature, authentique
Wonderful adventure to sleep in tipis, good location near Arches National Park
Bathrooms very clean. Nice staff
Not able to see the business sign.Got loss multiple times.
We so enjoyed being away from town and under the stars,awakening in the morning to an amazing rainstorm. At the same time we were able to sleep in a wonderful bed. Great combination
There is no hot water in the tents. I wonder if they had real showers or hot water. Wished they had explained. Also, the first night was quite eventful with three mice rustling through our belongings. I suspect they got in before our arrival. Good thing I don't mind dealing with mice
The best thing is the possibility to watch the sky at night. The tents are good and the camp beds are comfortable. Very close to Arches and Canyonlands Parks, at about 20 minutes from Moab.
If the idea is that of creating a "luxury camp" something is still missing. The girl at the reception was very rude, the batteries of our electric torch and mini fan were dead and some of the WC facilities were dirty and with no light. In addition to this, the main road that Brings to Moab is very close to the camp, so you can hear the noise of the cars passing by, which is very bad while sleeping in a camp.
Loved being in the middle of the desert with an amazing view. The beds were really comfy. Best sleep I had had in a long time! Staff was really nice and helpful
Mosquito's! There is a whole around the stove pipe that opens up to the outside and the mosquitos had No problem finding their way inside the tent. They just need to fix that and all would be perfect!
We had one of the luxury tents and we had a wonderful view from our tent. For people that love camping but also want some comfort this is the perfect place!
Do this if a "luxury tent" sounds romantic to you or if you want to camp for a night without having your own tent with you.
Sleeping in a luxury tent sounds romantic but it amounts to having tiny single beds and washing yourself in a tiny trailer. Futhermore, when there is a lot of wind, it seems like your tent will blow away and you won't sleep much because of the terrible noise. Likewise, value-for-money is terrible: you can sleep in a nice motel with more luxury for less money and you can camp (if you bring your own tent), having the same luxury, for a lot less money!
Tent was great and so was the desert view ...
A bit close to the road - the road noise was intrusive in the morning.
Went to Moab under canvas in July (1 adult 2 kids) the place is very nice and quiet even if our tent was close to the road the place is 5 minutes from the arches national park entrance our safari tent was equipped with a king size bed and 2 camping beds The tents have a sprinkler brumisation system to cool down The heat . the toilets/showers are Spread around the camp they're clean and very functional. You have a pit fire and a place to eat close to the tent .overall it was a fun experience.
Made a reservation for 3 beds End up with a king size + 2 camps beds The breakfast list has no continental breakfast and only Some 3 eggs burrito s like or new age stuff (keep it simple ) We had a sprinkler problem couldn't shut it down completely The bed sheets deserved to be cleaner.
The view in the morning was great!
OK we had the suite but the price is too high anyway. However it was a great adventure for us, camping in a luxury way ... Too hot to stay in the area/tent during the day (in July).
Cute set up. Great views. Aside from everything being wet, the tents and beds were comfortable. We were there less than 7 hours.
It was pouring when we arrived (around midnight). We had to wait in our car for 45 minutes while the staff patched a leak in our tent and changed all of the bedding. Given our late check in, they had plenty of time to do this before we got there. My bed and comforter were damp. There were no sheets on my bed, only a mattress pad. The carpet was wet. The large bathroom did not have a zip on the tent so we couldn't use it. We had to use very tiny bathrooms in trailers.
- amazing location - camping without needing to carry the equipment etc - beautiful sunset - overall we're enjoyed it quite a bit
- too few toilets/showers for the size of the campground - existing toilets/showers could be cleaned more often: some were quite dirty/stinky - expensive for what it offers
Comfort was not too bad for a camping.
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