Welcome to Quality Suites, your Moab “home away from home.” Quality Suites aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Moab, Comfort Hotel is located a short distance from Redrock Express (0.7 mi) and The Overlook Gallery (0.9 mi).
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
The property also features a pool and breakfast to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While in Moab, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Quality Suites, including Moab Brewery (0.1 mi), Eklecticafe (1.2 mi), and El Charro Loco (0.1 mi).
Moab is also known for some great parks, including Rotary Park and Scott Matheson Wetlands Preserve, which are not too far from Moab Comfort Suites.
Quality Suites puts the best of Moab at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
What would your expectations of a Quality Inn/Suites be? It has everything you’re looking for and is even in a pretty good location. Within walking distance you have multiple restaurants, a grocery store, and a variety of other shops. The lobby and rooms have all that you need, even if things aren’t the newest. The only area of improvement I would point out is their breakfast. COVID has effected all hotel breakfasts, but I’ve stayed many places where they are still putting in an effort and making it work. The Quality Suites is not putting much effort in giving you a small can of juice, a muffin, and cheap granola bar :(
I booked a king suite for 2 nights and it did not cost an arm and a leg. The room and bathroom were spacious. The best feature for me was the bed. It was comfy and that is much needed in a very active town.
We rented 2 rooms for 7 days. We had family from Alaska, Montana and AZ here to spend time with my mother. (she has stage 4 cancer) the guy that worked at night was so rude. Told us he would be glad when we left he didn't need people like us there. No Idea what that meant. We asked to talk to a manger and he said he was the manger. I will never stay there again no will I tell anyone it was a good place to stay. It's not very clean, very very rude people and for over $141.00 a night for two room you would think they did need people like us.
We stayed at the QS in Moab for two nights on a larger trip within Utah. If your intention is to stay longer than two nights in town, it may be better to stay out of a chain site, but for our purpose, this hotel was perfectly decent and even very cozy. The staff was kind, the room was spacious, pretty even, and certainly clean. The breakfast was shut down during our stay during the pandemic, which was fine, as the hotel is walkable to great places to eat (Gloria's up Main St for brunch, El Charro Loco next door for dinner). Also, assuming you're in car, this is a 10-15 minute drive to the entrance of Arches, meaning, you will have an advantage beating crowds any time of day. This is also only a 30-40 minute drive to beautiful views at Canyonlands, which means you can catch a great sunset and not have to drive far in the dark. No reasons not to stay in this nice hotel!…
I had the worst experience here and will never stay here again. I was discriminated against for the color of my skin.It all started with having no hot water in room 211 on March 7th -8th. We were not able to shower. I called the front desk around 10am and the guy at the front desk RUDELY told me that it was probably because I did not know how to use the shower. Maintenance did not come in until the following morning. Maintenance was super sweet and apologized and said that that room always had that problem. After 2 days of not being able to shower we went to the front desk to check out. I told him that maintenance had said there was an issue and he said that he was not able to do anything since I was just an "Expedia" guest. I politely asked for the manager and he said "I do not have to do anything for you". Then he said "GET THE HELL OUT" in front of my husband and small daughter. I have NEVER been treated this way for being a Latina. He is obviously a racist POS. The man who discriminated my family has tattoos on his right arm and blone/brownish hair. Be careful if you are Latino, he will treat you like complete garbage. I believe his name is zach but I may be wrong about the name. Please put the cameras to review the footage. He deserves to be fired!!! I wish I would have taken a video, it would have become viral. It was so ridiculous.…