We stayed at Archview Resort March 2-7, just before the real tourist season kicks off, so it was pretty quiet. The Basic Cabin really is basic, though the beds were comfortable, and the facilities were very clean. The pictures on their website show what you get. You need to bring a lot of stuff to make it comfortable, though. If the weather is not ideal enough to eat on the picnic table, there is a small 2-person table inside, with the tiny refrigerator bolted to it to you can't move it out of the way. There are no shelves for food. It has to be kept in boxes on the floor under the table.
Two chairs are provided. There were 3 of us, so I was glad I thought to bring another folding chair and a tray table that doubled as a night stand. I'm glad I also brought a small rug to catch shoe debris inside the door; otherwise the wood floors would be gritty and uncomfortable. Bring two -- one for the door and the other for the bedside.
There are four or five hooks on the walls to hang clothing clothing, so you will be living out of your bags. There are no towel bars (though there is room for at least two on the walls), so you have to drape your wet towels over the chairs.
There is very little headroom in the upper bunk, and one does have to be careful not to bonk the head in the lower bunk.
The bathroom/shower facilities were very clean, the shower heads were strong, and the water was hot. I was glad I had also taken a little bathmat to use. (Like I said, you have to bring a lot of accoutrements if you're going to be there more than a day or two.)
The room sleeps 4, but I can't imagine trying to co-exist with 3 other people in that space. All in all, though, it was more comfortable than a tent. I'm done with sleeping on the ground. I would stay there again, but only for 2 people.
It is very close to the entry station for Arches NP, and the view from the campground is awesome. We could see the feature called The Spectacles from our cabin. It lights up well at both sunrise and sunset, so keep your camera handy. Moab is just a few miles away, too, beyond the Park.
They have tent and RV spaces, too. I'm sure they fill up quickly. It's a great location and a pretty nice facility overall.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Travel the Highway West to Archview RV Resort & Campground where you can unwind in unique accommodations such as cabin rentals, high quality tent sites or in the comfort of your own RV. Enjoy the breathtaking natural surroundings of Moab with a variety of on-site amenities including a swimming pool, general store, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Archview also allows guests to easily access both Arches and Canyonlands National Parks as well as balloon rides and ATV tours that begin on-site. If you are looking for a memorable vacation experience in Moab, look no further than Archview! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Arch View Resort Rv Camp Park Hotel Moab
- Archview RV Resort & Campground Moab, Utah