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Big Horn Lodge
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Good pet friendly hotel
User: ColoradoPetLover from: Denver, Colorado
Published Date: Oct, 13, 2019
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
Moab has a mix of hotels these days, we've stayed at a few, there are a lot of new builds, but a number of good older choices exist. The Big Horn Lodge is one. We spent 2 nights here with our dog, it was a pretty good stay. Hotel is as described in other reviews, it's older with knotty pine, very 60s, but updated and clean. Here's what we liked: Rooms were large, pet friendly rooms are on the first floor, and floors were tile (which is great for easy clean up as your pet will be bringing in red dirt, it's unavoidable), rags are provided, beds were pretty good (we found one bed was great, the other sunk on one side a bit), sheets were clean, bathroom was clean, towels were clean...we love clean. We also like large because we always seem to have of a lot of stuff, everything fit and we were able to comfortably hang out in the room. They seem to pay attention to detail, we love when there are extra hooks and a ceiling fan (as well as a desktop fan) to keep the room comfortable. Folks at the front desk were nice, check in was easy. Plenty of lighting, felt safe to leave my car in the parking lot overnight, it's on Main Street with access to everything. What we didn't like: Weren't able to use the bathroom fan because it made a terrible screeching sound, and the doorknob wasn't working right, it was hard to get the door to close. Not sure how carpeted the room above us was, on our 2nd night someone paced loudly until midnight and we heard all of it. Because we were there at the height of season, the room was more expensive (approx $175/night), which is to be expected; the hotel was full, so the parking lot was loud, with guys running their rigs and drinking beer. It's a lot of money to pay for that, I get people are getting together and having fun but I am not sure why it has to start at 6:30 am and the vehicles are running for over an hour, very loud and unnecessary. Not exactly the hotel's fault, but a big part of the experience. We will be back to Moab, but in the off season when it's a little quieter.
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Clean bike friendly
User: Blake B from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Oct, 3, 2019
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
Good hotel. Walk to town. Refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, and room for mountain bikes in room! Doors to outside so no lobby to go through. Old stuff, but low rates. Plenty of on-site parking. Grocery store across the street.

Great location
User: KaynasMom from: Chula Vista, California
Published Date: Oct, 2, 2019
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
We stayed at the Big Horn Lodge on our way home to San Diego from a month long road trip. We had the arches, Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point on our agenda and all well a short distance from the Lodge. The rooms were rustic but spacious and the beds were very comfortable. There is a restaurant on site for breakfast, lunch and dinner that was pretty good. I would recommend this Lodge if you are in the area.

clean accommodations, excellent customer service at the front desk
User: sc40sumthin from: Greenville, South Carolina
Published Date: Sep, 30, 2019
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
I loved everything about Moab. Spectacular scenery! Big Horn Lodge offered clean accommodations, excellent customer service at the front desk, good price, and a great night's sleep. I would definitely stay here again.
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Good Place to Stay Downtown
User: ajnavy04 from: Denver, Colorado
Published Date: Sep, 20, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
I had a good experience here. The rooms are sufficient and clean and there's a good diner right downstairs. It's located about half way through Moab so it's easy to get wherever you're trying to go with this hotel as a base of operations.
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