We stayed for 3 nights in October. Location was great for visiting Arches and Canyonlands. They are taking the COVID precautions serious and had great communication prior to our visit. We stayed in a Bungalow which had plenty of room, was clean, comfortable, and had a nice large covered patio. Great for relaxing after hiking in the parks. There is a really nice park/meadow area, which had a great wading pool, hammocks, grills, and a fire pit.
There is construction currently going on entering Moab. This did make it a slow drive from Arches back to Moab, just FYI when leaving the park at the end of the day.
Great stay, and would return. Thank you
Moab Springs Ranch offers a few different types of accommodations. We stayed in a two bedroom condo, which was perfect for my family. It was very clean, well decorated, comfortable and convenient to town and all activities. The staff was responsive and very accommodating too. The grounds are lovely and peaceful and offer a pool. hot tub, and a large green space with natural springs and a pond to sit by and relax and read. Lastly, there is a coffee house on property which offers delicious breakfast food and an array of espresso drinks. We really enjoyed our stay at Moab Springs Ranch.
We stayed for 5 nights in single bungalow number 34, which was spacious, immaculate, and we felt perfectly at home. The king bed was comfortable, and the AC and fan kept the room cool despite 105 degree temperatures outside during the day. The outdoor patio with table and seating offered a panoramic view of the mountains to the west. As the bungalow appears fairly new, it has many electrical outlets, and even USB ports, which really come in handy for all our devices. We loved the rain showerhead and enormous 7 ft by 5 ft shower with a tub set inside. Although we did not cook in the fully equipped kitchenette, we enjoyed the freshly ground coffee that we could make on those early mornings we decided to catch the sun rising over Mesa Arch in Canyonlands and Skyline Arch in Arches. The location is perfect since you can easily pull onto US 191 to both Arches and Canyonlands and not go through Moab traffic. While the pool was closed we could sit by the natural spring-fed pond and cool our feet in 40-degree water. Picnic tables and hammocks are socially distanced in the idyllic wooded setting. Traveling for the first time since the pandemic began, we were apprehensive about safety measures throughout our trip, but Moab Springs Ranch took every precaution to mitigate the possibility of virus transmission. Contactless check-in and checkout was a good start. While there was no housekeeping during our 5-day stay, we could get clean towels and linens exchanged for soiled ones. Every morning we would leave a list of supplies we needed, anything from trash bags and toiletries to coffee, teas, cream, and sugar. By early afternoon everything on our list was left at the front door. For a quick bite the onsite coffee shop offers bagel sandwiches as well as frittatas. Thanks to the entire staff, mostly unseen, for making our our stay so enjoyable.
This place is the most charming accommodation that I could find in Moab. We stayed in a bungalow which was on the top of a hill by a vineyard, right next to a mountain biking trail and just a short walk from the hotel's pool/hottub and natural pond, which was beautiful. The team working at this place are also extremely helpful and understanding. If we return to Moab I'll definitely be staying here again.
We had a wonderful stay at this property located halfway from the entrance of Arches National Park and downtown Moab. Some facilities like the pool were closed due to the pandemic. Check in and check out were contactless and the unit we had was very clean. We stayed for three nights in a 3 bedroom townhouse (unit 10). The townhouse was fully equipped with a well appointed kitchen. It was big and spacious with good lay out. The quality of sleep was good. They provided a lot of towels and other supplies like paper towel and dish soap. I like several small touches...the high quality appliances including a big grill in the balcony, an ice maker in a small hut where you can fill up your coolers, the 2 car garage and a wading pond with cool crisp water from a spring. I strongly recommend this property for people planning to visit the area specially if you intend to prepare your own meals (good idea in this time of the pandemic). I think the townhouse was a great value.