First off, this is a pricey town, with few, if any, accommodations under the $100 threshold. Compared to other motor lodges we stayed in Colorado and Utah, this was just average. And it did not include free breakfast like all the others. Heavily advertised, we signed up, and though clean and comfortable and walking distance to downtown, more than one night would be cost prohibitive. Loved Moab and the surrounding parks, just thought the Big Horn Lodge was so-so, and would upgrade to a more comfortable lodging next time through this area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Big Horn Lodge Located in downtown Moab, just minutes from Arches and Canyonlands National Parks and walking distance to great bars and restaurants. The lodge features log furniture, rustic interiors with Mexican tile, in a southwest style, Coffee makers, microwaves and refrigerators in every room. The heated Pool is open in season. Pet rooms are available. The Moab Grill Restaurant is on site, serving 3 meals, 7 days a week, with beer and wine service. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Big Horn Hotel Moab
- Big Horn Motel
- Big Horn Lodge Moab, Utah