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The Gonzo Inn
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Great, dog-friendly place to stay
User: 186kimberlees from:
Published Date: Dec, 2, 2020
Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2020
Rating: 5
The king room was clean, comfortable and right in town. Staff was friendly and responsive. Nice doggie area out back. Pool was closed for winter and didn't try the hot tub. Appreciated the refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker and ice machine.
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Thanksgiving Stay at the Gonzo Inn
User: annabfromaz from: Scottsdale, Arizona
Published Date: Nov, 30, 2020
Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2020
Rating: 5
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay during Thanksgiving week. We stayed in a King Suite and it was perfect for our needs. During the pandemic, we are doing all takeout food vs. dine in and the kitchenette worked perfectly for us. Nice size bedroom, living room and kitchen. Fun western decor. Very nice staff. Perfect, central location. The single complaint is a little spotty WiFi. We look forward to returning.

Perfecto, especially for dog
User: Robert R from: Denver, Colorado
Published Date: Nov, 30, 2020
Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2020
Rating: 5
Checks all the boxes...clean, friendly hosts, dog-friendly, solid walking score, and hot tub. Food vouchers were good idea. Parking was also ver easy. Excellent hikes all around. Walking everywhere is easy...8-10 restaurants less than 5 minute walk away.
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Great simple hotel
User: Ken B from: New York City, New York
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Nov, 28, 2020
Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2020
Rating: 4
We loved our stay at Gonzo. It’s a great location. The staff was super friendly and responsive. It’s a very chill and easy vibe and the dog friendly policy is much appreciated! Room was very clean too.

Great location. Nice views.
User: jcz987 from: Denver, Colorado
Published Date: Nov, 24, 2020
Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2020
Rating: 4
It's far from the cheapest place in town but isn't close to the prices of the most expensive places. Maybe three times the price of some of the cheapest budget motels that are very common in Moab and (lol) a tiny fraction of the cost of the Amangiri or the Sorrel River Ranch. In about every meaningful way (location, amenities, cleanliness, service) it is superior to the budget motels but it's not a luxury hotel either by any stretch...Moab hotels aren't cheap and this isn't luxury at a discount. Pricewise it is probably closest to the Hyatt Place or the Holiday Inn Express or similar places. The Gonzo is funky and interesting, and maybe not for those that crave that predictability of those chains. The Moab copy of those chains are nice, in the anodyne faux luxury sense that every decent Hyatt Place (Moab's is very nice) and newer Holiday Inn Express is. Could probably put the Homewood Suites Hilton and the Springfield Suites by Marriott into that same bucket. If you've walked into one of those, you generally are going to know exactly what you are going to get. (although many chain Moab hotels seem to all have better pool areas than the chainwide average) The Gonzo is, well, just a little different. There is a lot of steel and concrete that seem to me to be put together by someone with a like of industrial design and without the guidance of a corporate decorator. For some people, this individuality is a very good thing. Others maybe try the Gonzo once and after that go somewhere else. Location right off Mill Creek path is ideal. Short walk to many restaurants, some just feet away. The Desert Bistro is perhaps the fanciest restaurant in town, and is a few hundred feed across Mill Creek via a bridge. I'd guess that all of the units have a canyon view; certainly all the second floor units. King suites are definitely a large step above a typical hotel room. Lots of space for a couple. A bit tight for 4 people. For the sake of space, I'd probably rather rent a house than have two of the rooms for a 6 person or larger group, even though at least some suites do have adjoining units with a shared internal door. All the King Suites I saw had a balcony facing that view with room for 4 to sit. There is one 'Gonzo' suite which is bigger but not pet friendly. King Suites had place settings (bowl, plate, cup, glass) and silverware for 4, but far from a complete kitchen set up. Microwave, kitchenette sink, large mini fridge, and a Keurig. The pool area was clean and the hot tub is very large and can easily fit multiple groups. Posted times were enforced politely by the staff, which I thought was nice, since all the rooms face the pool area. Bedroom mattress was very comfortable, pull out sofa was of course less so. Rooms were quiet. I couldn't hear my neighbors.
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