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The Red Hills
Museum of Moab
Room was clean and made up well by the staff while we were out. N/a
the location was convenient. The rooms were updated The staff were not friendly or helpful. They bordered on rude. The breakfast wasn't great, and there wasn't adequate space. The rooms were updated, but very crowded.
The rooms are clean, reasonably priced, and have the few extras I want (fridge, microwave, modern TV). The extra $10 for a balcony is nice, especially if you can get one with a good view.
Newer looking, nice design, looked clean initially various spots of mold on bathroom ceilings terrible manager that blamed us and did not refund us for the ceiling that collapsed and leaked into the bath.
Having three queen size beds in the room made it economical and comfortable for five of us to share a room. We also enjoyed the extra space in the living room. We were able to keep our leftovers in the mini fridge Having a heated outdoor pool was also nice. The hotel had a "route 66" feel to it, a true drive-up motor hotel The air-conditioning unit was in the living area so the people/person in the corner bed didn't get much airflow.
Location Large room. Right next to the road. Very noisy. No breakfast. Expensive for a relatively simple motel.
The rooms were clean and had a striking interior design. Internet worked and the beds were comfy. 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 ...
Bathroom There was no soap and no breakfast and no fridge
Super accommodating staff, good location, good value for the room price Everything was fine. Old school decor but that's OK
The room was tiny, the bed was tiny, the air conditioner kept waking me throughout the night. It was so uncomfortable that we gave up our second night's paid reservation in favor of a more comfortable hotel where we'd actually get some sleep.