Nearly everything in Moab is over-priced when it comes to lodging. This time we chose Kokopelli suites because we also had a room at the wonderful Mayor's House B&B next door. Kokopelli allows dogs, and we had our lab with us. The little one-bedroom suite (with full kitchen and two beds, and separate living area) was very clean and well maintained. It is older but, for us, cleanliness was more important than modernity. It takes 12-15 minutes of leisurely paced walking to get to downtown. I would choose this property over any of the mid-priced hotel chains in Moab. There is an enclosed yard for the dogs, but I would not leave dogs unattended there (or anywhere). There is no office or maid service on site, so don't expect housekeeping or a front desk.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Kokopelli Lodge - 9 unique & colorful rooms with small fridge, microwave, and coffee maker. Full bath. 1 block off the highway at the center of town. Kokopelli Inn Towner - 4 apartment style units with full kitchens. Fenced front yard. Located 1/2 block from Main street at the center of town. Kokopelli 100 West - 10 modern style cabins surrounding a courtyard. Extended kitchenettes, shared hot tub and BBQ grill. 1 block off Main St. Meadow House at historic Pack Creek Ranch - sleeps 5 people. Full kitchens. Seasonal, community swimming pool. At the foot of the La Sal mountains about 20 minutes from Moab. A beautiful year-round cabin. All properties have onsite recycling, Wi-Fi , green cleaning, shared hot tub and are pet friendly. Our mission: "To enhance every guest's travel experience with value and genuine hospitality." ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Kokopelli Lodge And Suites
- Kokopelli Hotel Moab
- Kokopelli Motel Moab
- Kokopelli Lodge & Suites Moab, Utah