We were switched to the Ramada cos of renovations. The bedding looked as though someone had slept in it and straightened it out in a hurry. We were there for a show. Parking spaces were a joke! No breakfast!More
We were switched to the Ramada cos of renovations. The bedding looked as though someone had slept in it and straightened it out in a hurry. We were there for a show. Parking spaces were a joke! No breakfast!MoreShow less
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We stayed here for three nights over Thanksgiving week. Moab in the off-season is still full of things to do (we visited Arches, primarily), though many of the restaurants close down for winter, sadly. It was nice that the Ramada keeps their very hot hot tub open year round. Our room was in the back building, 1402 I think, facing a wooded area with a creek. We had a balcony which is rare in a motel. The rooms have been updated and have comfortable beds and good showers. Lighting in the bathroom could be a bit brighter but it was sufficient. We appreciated having an in-room fridge and microwave. I dislike the K-cup Keurig individual coffee makers, so wasteful, and the coffee (and teas) taste awful. Bring back regular coffee makers - some of us bring our own supplies and just want to make (non-microwaved) hot water for tea and drip coffee!
Other guests should take note that their elephantine footsteps thumping around on upper floors are rather annoying to guests below. Same with racing noisily up and down the exposed outer stairways, and conducting loud conversations on the stairs after hours. Be considerate!
I had to work during part of our trip and found that the wireless, at least in the back building of the hotel, was too slow for me to use successfully. I ended up working in the lobby. Not terribly comfortable, but much faster wireless.
Very good value overall and good location for walking to many restaurants and the downtown shopping district.
Stayed during October 12 for a couple of nights whilst visiting Canyonlands and Arches NPs.
All the hotels in Moab are well located for these two Parks, and the Ramada is also centrally located for all the restaurants in the town itself. All walking distance. The hotel itself offered a standard room with comfy beds. Would have got a better score but for a couple of niggles.
Firstly our room was positioned right in front of a metal staircase, which proved noisy throughout the morning, also none of the vending machines worked when we needed water at the end of the night.
On the plus side, the parking is easy and free and the diner opposite serves the perfect breakfast for a planned day of hiking. In all fairness this is probably one of the better Moab hotels judging by the slightly cheap appearance of some of the others.
This stay at Ramada Moab Downtown changed my old opinion of a motel entirely. I have avoided motel for long due to the impression of few amenities, noisy location with open hallways directly facing busy roads, no comfort to mention in the room.
But Ramada Moab beats all my prejudices. It has a lot of amenities:
1) large flatscreen TV with HBO
2) Free high speed internet
3) Keurig Coffee maker with a variety of coffee and tea selections
4) Super supportive bed with 4 pillows and changeable inside and outside sheets covering the comforter
5) High pressure shower with Kohler bath tub and double showerhead
6) in-room good size refrigerator and microwave oven
7) Very quiet window AC unit that was controlled by a wall thermostat
If i continue my list, you'd think this is a fancy high end hotel in downtown Chicago. It is indeed in downtown Moab which is walking distance to many restaurants, village market, gas stations/convenient stores and other shopping places.
I must say the staff were very friendly and professional. The check-in lobby room is very nice with many tourist information, free coffee all the time and large sitting area for the tired travelers.
In conclusion, I will not rule out a motel next time I travel. I will pay special attention to Ramada if they are offered at my travel destinations.