Worst experience of our life. The room had a bad smell the floor was wet, when we went to leave Sunday morning a very large Black dog chanced me and my wife to our jeep it was very dark and a women in the corner room was out side and was kinkof laughing we tryed to contact the manager no answer on phone or office door we left some personal belongings for fear of our life no return contact from owner. If you stay here please beware.
Although this might be the lowest priced hotel in town, there were significant drawbacks. The front door took a lot of effort to lock at night; Both my sons claimed they had bites in the night from some sort of bugs; and the contactless check in and out meant you had little options for service or questions. For example, since I didn't arrive until about 8 p.m., my key was taped to the office door. The motel did appear clean, but is definitely old and in need or a major renovation.
We were stuck without a room when our first hotel turned out to be very COVID unfriendly. It was late at night and we just chanced this motel and got lucky! The owner was there at midnight to welcome us, get us into a clean room, and even helped us trickle-charge our electric car overnight so we had enough juice to get into Bryce National Park. Although there are no microwaves or fridges in the room, she graciously let us use the breakfast room's facilities (closed due to covid). She couldn't have been friendlier. The room itself does need a little updating, but it's got an LCD tv (unlike the last tube TV we hit in a Howard Johnson!), lots of plugs on the bedside lamp for charging. I highly recommend this as a basic, quiet, cheap, clean motel on the main strip of Panguitch.
Small quaint little hotel in a cute town. Decor of room matches that of the community. Owner who also works at the property could not have been more personable. A true value. Can park right outside your door for easy access on your trip
DO NOT DO IT! There are far far better cheap motels in the area that deserve your money. I’m not sure how these people stay in business because NOBODY WORKS HERE! I hung out in the lobby for 30 minutes, knocking, yelling, waving at the cameras before I left. WTF manages their business like this? Stay away from the train wreck.
Don’t book this motel. Came after a long drive and found out that they book my room. Horrible service! They just told me they don’t have rooms and throw me out! Do your self some favor and book some reliable place. By the way, I book it about a month ago!
We were a night before reservation on a holiday weekend so I was feeling grateful we got a room. The clerk was friendly and helpful over the phone. They accept pets and we were traveling with our dog. Panguitch has plenty of shabby, small town motels leftover from 1950s and Adobe Sands looked better than many. The lobby doesn’t open until 4:00P so don’t try to check in before that. Check-in was slow and laborious. The employee was friendly and kind but didn’t work enough (by her own admission) to know the system well. Apparently we were assigned room 6 but she had already rented that room out so we got room 10. I don’t know what room 6 is like but room 10 had not been remodeled. As soon as we opened the door I Felt the heat and could hear water running in the bathroom. It was enough of a “drip” that I got nervous someone might actually be in the shower. The shower was empty except for the constant running of water. There was water on the floor that I assumed came from the shower but I don’t know how it got there. The room was very warm so we plugged in the air conditioner and turned it on. On high, it was barely moving air out of the vent. It was cooler outside than in the room. I don’t know if the room could be cooled off with the pitiful grinding air conditioner that was there. With taxes and fees, we were paying $90+ a night and felt that deserved a better room than this. I went back to the lobby, waited for the clerk to return to the desk and told her the 2 major problems. She kindly offered to come to our room to look at it but I just asked for our money back and left. Many reviews have much better reports than I do so I am presuming they got a remodeled room. If I was staying here, I would certainly ask for one. …
Travelers who find themselves looking looking for lodging in small towns can be relegated to less-than-satisfactory choices. Well, welcome to Panguitch, Utah, population app. 1,600, and the Adobe Sands Motel. We were headed for the Grand Canyon and found this gem in the guide. In short, our room was newly remodeled, clean and had all the things we usually hope for: comfortable king bed, cable TV, mini-fridge, microwave, table and chairs (3), large and fluffy towels. The plus was a friendly host who recommended a two-star restaurant nearby, and a better-than-average lobby breakfast the following.morning. All this at a reasonable cost for the area.
Unfriendly lady at checkin. My lawyers will check whether there are any unlawful credit card transactions done. Dirty hotel, smelling room, big pickups right on the footstep of frontdoor. Stationary running engine of pickup truck at 6 am. Bad for your health, bad for your bedrest, bad for environment. You have got the impression that some locals live their permanently, smoking cigarettes that make your room als stink. We felt unsafe and booked the Hyatt on our way to Vegas and left day earlier. If you are looking for the baddest motelexperience go here.. If not, seek something else.
Definitely older motel. If you are expecting something fancy, stay somewhere else. Considering we slept 5 people (2 adults and 3 older kids) for $60 there is nothing to complain about. Oh, except no water or juice at breakfast. Staff was accommodating and lovely.