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Moab Springs Ranch
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Thanksgiving stay
User: 2windsurfandski from:
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Oct, 24, 2020
Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
We were fortunate to get the last cabin here during busy Thanksgiving. This property is conveniently located near Arches National Park where we would be spending most of our time. We have stayed at other hotels in Moab but staying in this standalone cabin beats them all. Our cabin was cozy and clean and had all of the modern amenities. We would have spent more time on its covered front deck but it was too cold to sit outside. Only suggestion is to put thicker blackout-style curtains on front windows for more privacy and to block out other nearby building lights. After staying here we would not stay anywhere else in downtown Moab.

Perfect base camp to explore Moab
User: Alpohe from: Scottsdale, Arizona
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Oct, 16, 2020
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2020
Rating: 5
We stayed in one of the 3 bedroom townhouses in October. The unit was really nice. Two car garage, two bedrooms each with their own bathroom downstairs and a living room/kitchen and additional bedroom/bathroom upstairs. Small covered patio upstairs and another covered patio in the back off the bedrooms downstairs. Contactless check in during Covid, which we appreciated. The meadow and hammocks were a nice place to relax after a day exploring Moab. Being right at the north end of Moab, it has quick access to Arches. Several days we would drive out just to see sunrise or sunset in the park and could be out and back with time to spend a full day doing other things. There’s a running/biking path in front of the hotel where you can go just a mile to the north and be at the Colorado river and either run/bike along the river or head up toward arches. It also goes straight into town although we didn’t go that way because of road construction that was going on while we’re we’re there. Great place to stay and explore the area. I wouldn’t even look anywhere else if I was going back to Moab.

Delightful Stay in an Amazing Oasis
User: Krogers_12 from: Beaumont, Texas
Published Date: Oct, 16, 2020
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2020
Rating: 5
This was our favorite accommodation during our trip to Utah's Mighty Five. We stayed in Townhouse #6 for 4 days in October, 2020. We loved our patio overlooking a running stream and everything else about our 2 King Bedroom, 2 and 1/2 Bath spacious townhome, with it's very complete kitchen and washer and dryer in unit. We enjoyed relaxing in the meadow area also. It was very conveniently located close to Canyonlands and Arches on the north side of Moab. It was a cool and welcome place to come home to after a day in the parks. It was delightfully located a short distance out of the noise and congestion of downtown Moab, yet a short 5 minute drive to get to stores and restaurants. We enjoyed several of the recommended restaurants, especially our final evening at the Sunset Grill. The owners of the resort did everything they could to make you feel safe and yet still enjoy your stay during this Covid-19 environment. I would definitely come back to this location on any future Moab trips.
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Wonderful stay!
User: Roam288033 from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Oct, 15, 2020
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2020
Rating: 5
We stayed in one of the townhouses at Moab Springs Ranch. The place was very clean. The kitchen had everything we needed. The contactless checkin was easy. The garden area was relaxing and the kids loved playing in the water. Just a few minutes from Arches. Highly recommend Staying here!

One of Our Favorite Stays
User: Oswald08 from: Denver, Colorado
Published Date: Oct, 12, 2020
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2020
Rating: 5
This resort was an oasis in sometimes crazy and adventure filled Moab. The lodges appear new with high quality flooring, finishes, an adorable patio to sit out and relax, a fenced garden with a fire pit and hammocks and picnic areas, lovely windows and high ceilings inside and everything you need to have a simple meal or breakfast in the kitchenette. The beds are comfortable and have lush bedding and the crowning gift was a bag of fresh coffee from the adjacent coffee shop on arrival. If I were to return to Moab this is the first and only place I would go for lodging.The location is also fantastic for accessing the town, the trails, Arches or Canyonland National Parks or Dead Horse State Park.
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