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We stayed at the Red Stone Inn on both ends of a 4 day mountain bike tour. Stayed in two different rooms in two different buildings. Both were very nice, comfortable, clean. We loved having the kitchenette in the rooms so we could have tea and coffee and snacks. The beds were nice and comfortable. Both rooms had flat screen TVs and good WiFi reception. Rooms had individual heating/cooling units so you could keep your room your own temperature. We would definitely stay there again.
Really solid stay. Comfortable, clean, peaceful and accommodating. Third stay here and will be back. We have stayed at other similar accommodations in town, but find ourselves coming back here. They seem to do things just a bit better.
We enjoyed 6 nights at the Red Stone Inn. While it is not in the middle of town, it is walkable to many restaurants and shops. The room was cute and cozy and the kitchenette was handy as we always have leftovers from dinners out. The staff was friendly and helpful and we took advantage of free coffee in the office many mornings.
We travel to Moab annually, and like this quaint motel for its friendly service, nice rooms and convenient kitchenette. There's a Starbucks within walking distance and one of the biggest climbing and outdoor gear shops right next door. HOWEVER: The toilets here are the TINIEST and LOWEST I have ever experienced. I think they are even smaller than airplane commodes! Honestly, if you are anything but young and skinny, you'd better be agile and/or have excellent aim. My Niece, who is extremely athletic, commented on this issue. I'm 74 and chunky and it was a struggle for me. They could replace these tiny toilets; and should. A/C provides nice white noise for sleeping. We'd stay there again next year; but we've also discovered Super 8 for a little more money and a lot more toilet to sit on.…
We booked the Red Stone Inn for our 3 night stay in Moab. The check in was fast, friendly and efficient. Our room was very tiny with dated decor and very dark with wood panelling, dark heavy brown toned bedspread and dark rugs. Very tiny kitchenette with fridge, microwave and bar sink with some dishes. Bathroom also very tiny with a stand up shower, Grunge in corners of bathroom flooring and dust or debris at bottom hinges of shower stall. Room faced the parking area so there was a jutting roof over it which really blocked light. the window blind never seemed to close so we could see out and when outside could see into our room from walkway when lights were on and blinds closed. No breakfast included which would have been a plus. Very clean and well appointed guest laundry room and an outdoor bbq area. We did not use the indoor whirlpool so can't comment. We travelled with another couple and their room had brighter painted walls but still very very tiny. At least we did not spend a lot of time in room as we were out most of day and evening. Good accommodation at a reasonable price but would be willing to pay more to stay at a more update hope. Close walk to grocery store and restaurants. Quiet location.…