Here’s a list of Moab hotels and other lodging options for all price ranges. You’ll find accommodations at budget-friendly hotels, higher-priced resorts, and vacation rentals.
Use this Moab, Utah vacation guide to help you decide where to stay when planning your trip.
There are no hotels in nearby Arches or Canyonlands National Parks, only campgrounds, so most people stay in Moab.
This small Utah town also has a variety of restaurants and places to shop which add to the appeal to find accommodations in Moab.
Since we visit and stay in the Moab area many times each year, we wrote this guide to help you find the best Moab hotels as you plan your trip.
The places listed will be in location order from the north end of Moab (close the national park entrances) to the south end of town.
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Moab Hotels Near Arches and Canyonlands
If you’re looking for the easiest access to the two Utah National Parks (Arches and Canyonlands) outside Moab, you’ll want to find hotels in the north part of town.
- Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Moab
- SpringHill Suites by Marriott Moab
- The Moab Resort
- Hoodoo Moab, Curio Collection by Hilton
- Aarchway Inn
- Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Moab
Moab Hotels Near Restaurants and Shopping
The best access to restaurants and shopping is to stay right in town. There are many hotels in Moab that are walking distance to a variety of places to eat and shop.
- Homewood Suites by Hilton Moab
- The Moab Resort
- Best Western Plus Canyonlands Inn
- Best Western Plus Greenwell Inn
- Kokopelli Lodgings
- Hotel Moab Downtown
- Gonzo Inn
Moab Budget-Friendly Hotels and Cabins
The best prices for hotels is during the off-season at Moab in the winter. But you can still find budget lodging options in Moab.
Our criteria for these budget hotels and cabins: free breakfast or kitchenette – or at least a small fridge and microwave. It’s amazing the cheap meals you can make with only a microwave! Eating meals in is one of the best budget tips for travel.
You can find budget-friendly cabins at many RV Parks too!
- Canyonlands Gateway Campground– cabins with kitchenette
- Arches Gateway Campground – cabins with kitchenette
- Motel 6 – free breakfast
- Super 8 by Wyndham – free breakfast
- Moab Gateway Inn – free breakfast
- River Canyon Lodge – some with kitchenettes
- Moab Red Stone Inn – kitchenette
- Silver Sage Inn – fridge and microwave
- Lazy Lizard Hostel – kitchen
- Moab Rim Campark – cabins with kitchenette
TIP: Check to see if bedding and towels are provided at the cabins at these campgrounds. The cost savings may not be worth the hassle, or you may not have the room, to pack sheets or sleeping bags and towels. We live fairly close to Moab so it wasn’t inconvenient to pack sheets and towels.
Moab Vacation Rentals and Resorts
There are a variety of vacation rentals in Moab. You’ll find many close to downtown, which is nice so you can walk to shopping and restaurants.
You’ll find some vacation rentals in Moab with amenities like a private hot tub, community pool (during the warmer months), gym, playground, etc. You might want access to a garage or extra parking for your ATVs.
The resorts in Moab offer extra amenities like a pool, bar, or other recreational activities on or near their property.
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What To Pack for a Trip to Moab
- Hiking shoes
- Darn Tough hiking socks
- WATER: Hydration packs or carry refillable water bottles in your backpack.
- Healthy snacks – there may be NO services on the trails you’ll hike or drive.
- Lip balm with sunscreen and hydrating lotion – Utah’s high elevation and dry air can be hard on your skin.
- Summer – High temperatures, unrelenting sunlight, and low humidity. To keep cool, wear light colored, loose fitting UV protection clothing that does not absorb sunlight. Also avoid sun burn by wearing a sunhat and by generously applying sunscreen to any parts of your body that are exposed to the sun.
- Winter – Pack winter clothing to stay dry and warm.
- Fleece jacket
- Buff headbands
- Hand sanitizer
- Flashlight or headlamp
- First aid kit
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