Fairfield Inn & Suites Moab

1863 North Highway 191, Moab, 84532, UT

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  • 1 Rooms,
  • 1 Adults

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Located just across from the entrance to Arches National Park and minutes from downtown restaurants and attractions, the Fairfield Inn & Suites is an ideal home base for families who like to be out and about. Before leaving for the day, enjoy the complimentary hot breakfast and stock up on supplies at the Corner Market. When you return, cool off in the pool or relax in the hot tub.

Our Editor Loves

  • Located across the street from Arches National Park
  • Daily hot breakfast
  • Outdoor pool and Jacuzzi

Family Amenities

  • Family Room 5+
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Pool


Great hotel. Not so great breakfast

by sketcet

This is a very nice hotel, in a great location. The pool was by far the nicest that we saw, on our road trip. The rooms were clean. This would be a 5, if the breakfast wasn't the worst of any of the hotels that we stayed in. The scrambled eggs were watery, and had an inch of water on the bottom of the pan. There was no need for that.

Great location and staff

by MaikKubo

Check in went smoothly and the staff were all great ( esp. Rebecca).
Newer, well kept facility. Rooms spacious and beds large and comfortable. Showers hot and strong, bathrooms well laid out.

This hotel is located very close to the entrance to Arches National Park.

Some restaurants offer a discount to patrons of this hotel so check before you leave for dinner and you might get a discount. A nice surprise.

We will definitely be back to the area and will stay here again.

NOTE: The road into town from Arches National Park can get quite congested, but thanfully this hotel is located close to the park entrance so we only sat in traffic for a short while (able to see the hitel the whole time). I am not used to this sort of traffic so was relieved we didn't have to go to the toher side of town which would have beem only a few kilpmeters but likely have taken an hour or longer at that time of day. Ouch.