Max occupancy: 4
1 Queen Bed,
2 Twin Bed
236 North 100 West # 8, Moab, UT 84532
Downtown condo w/ shared hot tub & gas grill near Arches National Park!
Beautiful modern style cabin located in the bustle of downtown Moab! This community-style home comes with a shared hot tub, shared gas grill, and courtyard seating area. Come check out what this gorgeous eco-friendly home has to offer.
What's nearby: A great location in downtown Moab gives you a variety of shops and wonderful restaurants just minutes away. The Moab Aquatic Center and the park are within walking distance. A short five and a half-mile drive away is Arches National Park, where there are many hikes available and full of breathtaking scenery. Come at night and you can see one of the darkest skies and brightest stars in the world.
Things to know: Free WiFi Kitchenette with a Mini-fridge and microwave only Courtyard seating area Parking for 2 vehicles maximum
Property permit ID: 10486
Hot tub (Shared)
Hot tub : Shared
Gas grill : Shared
Ben M.Aug 2019
We had a great 3 nights, The lodge was clean and well appointed and very quiet but close to town. The beds were comfortable and the communal BBQ provided dinner on two of the nights.
Samuel M.Jul 2019
My friend and I stayed here to use as a base for mountain biking. It was neat, colorful, comfortable, and cozy. We knew ahead of time there was a mini-fridge and microwave but no stove or oven, and we just planned to eat out mostly. There's an outside grill in the courtyard. The place is best described as a delightful bungalow, I would say. We loved it. The queen bed is in the main room you walk into, where there is also a kitchenette area. Both of our mountain bikes fit in the room fine as well. There is a bunk bed set into an alcove off that room separated by a curtain. The bathroom is nice and big. Everything felt modern and well maintained. The air conditioner and ceiling fan worked great together, and the AC unit was a new wall-mounted unit that was super quiet. This place was perfect for us. Just be sure you're looking for a place to use as a base rather than a place to chill out in for long periods of time. If I go back to Moab, I'll almost certainly stay here again.