My boyfriend and I, along with another couple, just returned from Moab (July 29-Aug 1) and we stayed at the Super 8. I would not recommend this hotel as we had several issues.
We didn’t check in until late (11 pm) and we wanted to pay cash, however the front desk told us we couldn’t pay cash because they had already put the cash box away. We had to give them our credit card and were told that we could pay cash when we checked out, which we did. When we returned home we noticed that there was a charge on our card for the 3 nights and an additional charge for $168. We called the hotel and they said they would refund the first charge since we have already paid cash and they said the second charge was for another room that was under our name that we never showed up for. We have no idea where this came from or why they would have had another room under our name, but they said they are going to credit our card back.
This hotel is on the edge of town, so you have to drive downtown to shop and/or eat.
-We had to get our room keys reset every day because they weren't working. The couple with us didn't have this problem, so I'm assuming it was just a problem with our door/card reader.
-The hotel is pretty dirty. It has a strange smell and the rooms were not clean.
-The couple traveling with us ended up with several bites, presumably from bed bugs. The breakfast area is always very crowded and is not that great (donuts, cereal, coffee, toast, bagels, juice, etc.) We only ate there one day and we saw the hotel staff restocking the donuts without any gloves on, so that pretty much ruined our appetite. We ate at Denny’s a couple times and it was very good.
-We heard a guest complaining about the WiFi not working.
Here are some other reviews about area restaurants.
Moab Diner-We ate breakfast there and Denny’s was much better. This place is not very clean.
Eddie McStiff’s-Overated. The food (we ate there for lunch) was not that great.
Moab Brewery-Very good! Great atmosphere and the prices were reasonable.
The Brandin Iron-Clean place with good food. We ate dinner here and would recommend it.
Wake & Bake Café and Moab Creamery-not impressed with their ice cream selection, they just have the basics (vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, rocky road, etc). We ended up getting some iced coffee drinks and there were good, but a little pricey.
We rented UTVs from Moab Outback and thoroughly enjoyed our time, even though we only had them for less than 4 hours. Next time we’ll get them for a full day!
We took the daytime jet boat trip with Canyonlands and would recommend it. Rory was a great guide and it was neat to see the river and the rocks.
We also visited Arches National Park and Deadhorse State Park. Both parks are neat and worth a visit.
We will be returning to Moab, but we won't be staying at the Super 8.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Modern rooms. Comfortable and clean guest rooms with 47" flat screen TV's, Free Wi-Fi, large heated pool and hot tub all at a great value. Our hotel also has large ample parking for tow trailers.Enjoy a free continental breakfast at the hotel or walk next door to Denny's Family Restaurant for a cooked to order meal. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Super 8 Moab Hotel Moab
- Super Eight Moab
- Moab Super Eight
- Moab Super 8
- Super 8 Moab Utah