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ULUM Moab
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating: 78 reviews
Great Experience
User: capelake from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: May, 28, 2024
Travel Date: May, 1, 2024
Rating: 5
I found ULUM to be a positive and unique experience. We have two daughters and found the resort to be very kid friendly. The location was convenient and the private excursions were top quality. The staff/service was excellent. The team is very focused on customer satisfaction.
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The place to stay in Utah
User: Laura P from:
Trip Type: Solo travel
Published Date: May, 27, 2024
Travel Date: May, 1, 2024
Rating: 5
Along with being an incredibly unique place to stay, the service and quality at Ulum can’t be beat. This is one of my favorite places to stay in the world!
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Amazing
User: raygerner from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: May, 23, 2024
Travel Date: May, 1, 2024
Rating: 5
I can't even begin to explain how great this trip was. Staff was incredibly helpful and kind. The facility was clean and well maintained. Tons of national parks nearby. We got a flat tire not far from the camp and they even gave us a tire repair kit when we made it to the front desk. Place is perfect.
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Sunshine and desert skys
User: liaw921 from: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Published Date: May, 21, 2024
Travel Date: May, 1, 2024
Rating: 5
Gone are the days are the feeling of" middle of nowhere". The foot print of this is a great solution fir low impact instead of " overbuilt in paradise. It gets a little hot in May. The sunshine was welcome to escape the rain drenched east coast. Beautiful Rock.
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Nice place but not for us
User: FarAway06387585174 from: Charleston, South Carolina
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: May, 17, 2024
Travel Date: May, 1, 2024
Rating: 3
Stayed May 12-15. First time “glamping”. For the cost, it’s not for us. Staff was great and well trained. Property is nice and remote. Restaurant and amenity building was clean and food was good (only had breakfast on the day week checked out) Few things: Yes, it’s a tent with a wood deck floor. Nights are cold. As others stated, only source of heat is wood stove that lasts for a couple of hours. Had to get up at 4am and build a fire to get temp back above 60. Bathroom is separated by a wall but the ceiling is open air. Privacy is really not happening. Even though the couch opens to a sleeper, no way a family of 4 could stay in one tent. For $600-$700 I’d expect a few things that were not provided or available: flashlight, slippers(wood deck floor is impossible to keep clean), some type of communication device(no cell service) is needed to contact staff for pickups to get you to your vehicle. No food allowed in tent and you have to park remotely so you have no access to vehicle. Restaurant opens at 7am. As others noted, it’s a good 30 minutes from arches and you need to leave Ulum well before 7am if you want to avoid long lines. Make sure to ask if there are any events planned while you are there. On our last night, we came in from a long day expecting peace and quiet to get a good nights rest. They had an unannounced RAVE (glow sticks, DJ, the full deal), going on beside the parking area. Our tent was on the other side of the property and you could still hear it like they were on our front deck. It ended at 10:15 but that’s not the point. The staff was as apologetic as they could be, so I assume multiple people had complained well before we got there. If you’re going to Ulum to stay there as a destination, I’m sure it would be lovely but it wasn’t for us. Note - when leaving the property, the road merges onto LOOKING GLASS RD. It’s a blind merger with no signs. Be very aware of trucks coming from the left.

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