Despite this site indicating they have a pool and a lovely cover photo of the pool, we arrived to see that it was completely filled in with cement. I will write a longer review after the trip is completed.
Use Inca several time for my trips to Moab, find the rooms very quite and clean. I think because the walls are the old plaster does not transmit sound Very easy walk to downtown, This is a budget motel, but who spends time in the room while In Moab
Imagine a femily after a long drive (12 hours) longing for lay in bed in a room reserved in advance. And surprise! our reservation was cancelled 30 min before our arrival. And they sent me a message via booking (they got my phone number on flie btw) but of course I couldn't get it because there is no moblie coverage in Canyonlands park. And poor family with a child and a senior has to wander around Moab and try to fing an asylum. Shame on you, guys.
5 stars for front desk guy, Patel(sp?). 1 star for budget motel experience. Long day of travel and looking forward to a clean and comfortable hotel room. We found room dirty. Drove into parking lot and noticed pool filled in and caution tape where red brick wall used to be. The parking lot looked like under construction. And I do think they are trying to renovate the rooms. But what it truly needs is a deep clean and more paint, a broom and new outdoor door mats. Breakfast next door? The best part of our brief stop at the Inca Inn was the front desk guy, Patel. Very nice and up front about 2 star locally owned motel when I told him very disappointed with our room. At first refused refund so we could go find another room when I went to ask if cable service was bad thruout or if it was just our room tv. He said he would be down to check it out. He did and then said he would give us a full refund. We were hesitant until we found another reasonably priced room just down the road. Patel could not have been more kind and cooperative and gave us a full refund. I do believe with a good housecleaning and maintenance personnel this place could be all their website shows it to be.except the pool, because it does not exist. Tons of potential especially with kind and understanding staff like Patel (I think that is the correct spelling of name, but could be wrong). But a good guy. 5 stars for kindness and understanding of Patel. And we did find another great room just down the road for more $$, but worth every penny. All depends on what you are looking for in a place to sleep for the night.…
I knew that I was booking a budget hotel so my expectations were low but this hands down was the worst hotel I have ever stayed in and I've stayed in some pretty awful hotels/hostels in my over 30 years of (mostly) budget traveling. The room was small, the furniture didn't match and was odd for the room (a big open dresser/shelf that had nothing in it and was useless - perhaps a fridge was supposed to be in the empty space? Not sure because the fridge in the room was just sitting on the floor.) The bed was uncomfortable. And the bathroom looked like every time something broke, a quick fix was applied in a very bad way. The grossest part was a fairly new countertop was installed but not cut out correctly with the sink so you could see the rough/dirty edges of the top of the sink. There was only lukewarm water in the evening (it was better in the morning). There was no fan in the bathroom and there was lots of obvious issues from that room being consistently damp. The towels were small and rough. There was an old, dirty upholstered bench in the bathroom for no apparent reason (I can't imagine that anyone would be crazy enough to sit on it or put items on it because it was disgusting.) I could go on and on. Just think of a really cheap hostel in a developing country - our room was no better than that. This might be the cheapest option in a very pricy town but do yourself a favor and spend the extra money and stay somewhere else.…
This is a basic, affordable option in a pricey town. The room was quite clean; not spacious but enough room to move around and stash gear for the night. Beds were comfortable enough. The ceiling fan was quite low, creating a hazard for tall guests. The bathroom was a bit strange -- apparently it was squeezed to allow more space for two queen beds in a standard room template -- the door only opened about half way before banging into the toilet. Location is excellent for anyone visiting Arches NP. Recommended for anyone seeking value and just needing a comfortable, clean place to sleep.
Seems decent enough - tv, microwave and fridge in room. But I’m not a fan of seeing cockroaches while I’m showering. I really hope none get in my luggage so I don’t bring any home with me. Disappointed that they haven’t done anything about this after multiple reviews about it.
Updated old motel with very comfortable beds, seemed clean, peaceful - enough distance from the main road, which is pretty quiet at night. Unfortunately on about our 3d night I encountered a fat cockroach which probably had come up the drain in the bathroom. Since I have had way too much experience with not being able to get rid of cockroaches once they get started, and I did not want to bring any home with us, and hopefully none had gotten into our luggage already, we left immediately for another hotel. We were refunded 1/2 of one night, out of our remaining 2 nights' stay. So this cost us.
Booked this based on other reviews, we were doing a tour of national parks. In total we stayed at 9 different hotels/lodges in Utah, Arizona and Nevada over 17 days. This place was not at the bottom of the list, but close. The pros: comfortable bed, niceTV, daily housekeeping, fairly clean but small, decent under-window AC kept the room cool but also blew the curtains away from the window, close location to Arches and restaurants, car could be parked right outside the door. The cons: no plug in sink (I could actually see a rusted cap of some sort down in there), only one lock on door, shower floor was so slippery I had to put down a towel, shower faucets were the old separate types so getting the correct temperature was a struggle and water pressure was weak, fridge didn’t quite work, and smoke alarm was beeping/battery removed by staff but not replaced! 😕. No breakfast onsite, you had to walk 2 doors down to a sister facility, when we got there all there was left was cereal, donuts and coffee. I didn’t actually mind this, but don’t advertise breakfast onsite if you don’t have it. Soft drink machine not working and pool had obviously been empty for quite a while. I had reservations here for a year and always had trouble getting staff on the phone, never answered my emails either. Although a couple of weeks prior to arrival I did finally get an emailed confirmation. This place could really be a gem with some freshening up as it's quaint, close to the park and close to restaurants. But if I ever come back to Moab I won’t stay here, there’s got to be places in better shape…
Spacious room. Great bathroom with wonderful soaps and shampoos. Great bedding. Minus one star because mini fridge not working. Otherwise, perfect spot to rest between sightseeing activities and walking around Moab. Spent 5 days here and would stay again.