My husband and I travel to Moab often because it is only a few hours from our home. We have stayed at a different place each time, never happy with our previous lodgings. This time is different. We stayed at Unit #8 at Moab Springs Ranch. The condo was luxurious, spacious, well-equipped, centrally located, etc. The property is incredible, with a pool, hot tub, a park with hammocks, fire pits, streams, and picnic tables. We had our own two car garage.
Anyone who rents condos knows about the horror of "Owner Interior Decorating". Especially in Moab, everyone does a Southwest theme. There wasn't a single Kokopelli in sight here! It is contemporary and refreshing, colorful but not too colorful. I was very impressed with the design. The master bedroom felt more like a room at the Four Seasons than the typical Moab condo.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The resort is a renovation of Moab's oldest ranch. The historic Granstaff and Taylor Ranches were sited where copious springs of crystal-clear water issue from the red-rock cliffs. This historic oasis has a rich legacy from pre-historic times, the Pioneer era and even the twentieth century. The Spanish Trail, Butch Cassidy and Moab pioneers have each played a role. The restored two-story brick Ranch House is on the National Register of Historic Places. A stately grove of native Cottonwood trees shade and cool the spacious restored grounds. The Ranch nestles into the mesa known locally as the Slickrock Trail Mesa, which may be accessed on an old cattle trail from the Resort.Your accommodations at Moab's most luxurious Townhome Condominiums are 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms and sleeps up to 11 people. The floor plans have been called the "smartest" in town. Large windows, numerous doors, patios and balconies make these units bright and airy. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Moab Springs Ranch Hotel Moab
- Moab Springs Ranch Utah