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From the road you would not look twice at this place. It's a true motel with courtyard for parking so you are right outside your room. I stayed in a queen that might be tight for two people but it had a very large bathroom...More
Conveniently located on the north side of Moab, closer to the national parks, but close to downtown eateries, shops and a laundromat. We even walked to restaurants a couple of nights. The rates are extremely reasonable for the area. The room is on the small...More
My wife and I were spending one night in Moab and were surprised at how expensive every hotel and Inn were. I stumbled upon the Inca Inn which was one of the most affordable options with great reviews and booked a room. We had a...More
So long as you go into this expecting basic, you’ll be fine. Rooms are super teeny. But stay was quiet and clean. Breakfast was fresh bread, eggs, orange slices, and cereal. I certainly wouldn’t recommend anyone against this hotel, just not sure it’d be at...More
We stayed here 2 nights. We stayed in the large 3 bed room. The room was clean. It is close to the park and other activities. The lighted shower head is amusing, but just a little more water pressure would have been nice. That being...More
I agree with the other answers given here. Our stay was 5 nights and it was just fine. This is a good clean motel to crash in. Just needed a place to sleep at night and catch a shower in the mornings. We were out and about... More
I agree with the other answers given here. Our stay was 5 nights and it was just fine. This is a good clean motel to crash in. Just needed a place to sleep at night and catch a shower in the mornings. We were out and about during the daytime and weren't planning on hanging around the motel anyway. Other recommendations for the area: be sure and see Dead Horse Point. Beautiful view! Many miss this because it is a Utah State Park and a separate fee. Well worth it. We also drove up to Red Cliffs lodge. Beautiful drive. Nice lodge and lunch.