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Random trip to Moab found us with no available hotel room. Found the Lazy Lizard and thought why not check it out. Having never stayed at a hostel I was leery of staying in close proximity with the wide array on people found there. Turned...More
I showed up to the lazy lizard with no intention of staying the night. I was planning on meeting my friend who had been currently staying here. The first impression i had was that I was slightly intimidated. There are super cool people here from...More
Need a place to sleep, quiet folks, older place, but part of the charm. Very rustic and basic but met my needs.In older out of the way part of town away from hustle and bustle. An older dated establishment even for this type, but was...More
Cheap accommodations but this place is super run down. Needs a major update. The floor of the shower stall I used the first night was caving in. And the second stall had holes big enough in the wall where the pipes were coming out of...More
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Response from TheLazyLizard, Owner at Lazy Lizard International HostelResponded 30 October 2015
Thank you for your not entirely negative review, however I must take exception to your description of our place as "super sketchy." I realize that I may be biased, but I fail to see anything sketchy at all about the place. I think, at the...More
I stayed there 4 nights so it cant be bad. There are more modern cabins but the main part containing the dorms is a bit old and run down. Still it is cheap. The place is well run and the cleaners are very good. I...More
Response from TheLazyLizard | Property representative |
I think it should be fine. We do get families here. We get all kinds of people, mostly younger and adventurous, but we get all ages and all kinds of people from all over the world. If you don't mind meeting other... More
I think it should be fine. We do get families here. We get all kinds of people, mostly younger and adventurous, but we get all ages and all kinds of people from all over the world. If you don't mind meeting other interesting people you will have a good time.