Prices are in Australian Dollars.
Motel 6 Moab, Utah is located off of US 191. Visit Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, and Anasazi Cliff Dwelling. Enjoy our seasonal outdoor heated pool. Free Wi-Fi is available in select rooms. This is a non-smoking modern property.
Not a bad place if you're flat brokePros: The place is clean and the staff is friendly and professional.Cons: The bed and pillows are incredibly uncomfortable. The walls and floors are paper thin and they've replaced their floors with pergo. Every time anyone adjacent to you walks on their floor, uses their bathroom, enters/leaves their room, you will know about it. The TV remote also needs to be held relatively level with the sensor on the TV. This means you have to hold the remote high over your head while in bed to get the TV to work. Both of our rooms had all the same issues I've listed.
Cheap, easy, simple. Pros: Great for sleeping. Bed was comfortable, room and bed were clean, bathroom was clean, floors are hardwood, lots to offer on tv.Cons: Wi-Fi connection is terrible, parking accommodations can be difficult when lot is full with trailers, unfortunately no microwave or mini fridge.
A great team !!!Pros: Thousands of hi-fives for Krystal and her team who made her stay in Moab really relaxing and welcoming and helped us greatly to recover a forgotten purse and fedexed it to our next destination. Quiet motel in scenic cool city is all we appreciated on this wonderful trip.
Pros: pet friendly and close to all the attractions.
Clean and affordable Pros: It is not a common occurrence to find a cheap and clean room to stay in. Motel 6 Moab was definitely above my expectations for how cheap it is. It cost about half what the other hotels did and was very clean, quiet and close to Arches Park and the Sand Flats Recreation Area. Cons: The bed was about a 5/10, definitely not great, but did the job. Other than the Bed, I can't really complain about anything else.
Decent place, location is key!Pros: Exceptional staff, cleanliness, and proximity to national parks. Cons: Room was very small, not much space for two people and luggage. Ok for a couple nights; I'd suggest elsewhere for extended stays.
Really cute place in a really cute townPros: The rooms were clean and had a striking interior design. Internet worked and the beds were comfy. Cons: I couldn't find one recycling bin in the entire state of Utah, this motel included. :( the car was full of empty energy drink cans ...
Cons: Internet Slow
Cheap room, close to arches. Pros: The cost was quite low off season, the staff very helpful when door key wouldn't work. Great heater. Cons: Bed felt terrible, sheets were itchy, shower head had poor pressure and odd spray pattern. No outlet near the bedside table.
Pros: The competitive priceCons: Cleanliness
The place was terrible.Pros: It had a bed and a shower.Cons: We unloaded the car and used a cart. When I returned the cart I took the elevator. I got stuck in the elevator. The emergency phone must have connected to the police(FD) dispatcher. That line dropped out 3 times before I found the front desk number on my phone. I called the front desk and asked them to reset the controls. That worked and I got off the elevator. Once I got to first floor the manager got on and started looking at the control pad like I had pushed "1" the wrong way. Never said sorry, never asked how long, nothing.
I took the stairs back up to the room, took a shower, pulled back the sheets and found pubic hair and sand. They hadn't changed the sheets from the last person. They sent up a young kid with sheets. Once again, nothing said by the manager.
I have never given a bad review before. They deserve this one.
OkPros: Bathroom Cons: There was no soap and no breakfast and no fridge