by Kaitlin Braun
The Inca Inn doesn’t aim for luxury (as they say on their website, “We’ve never won any ‘pretty’ awards… We don’t have embroidered towels”). What they do provide is great value, clean rooms, comfortable beds, fresh continental breakfasts, and a helpful, welcoming staff–all of which add up to make one of the most popular motels in the area. The simplicity is refreshing: they’re upfront and honest about what kind of traveler they’re meant for, and while they won’t try to lure you in with extra bells and whistles, they do provide thoughtful touches to enhance your experience.
Since you probably aren’t visiting Moab to stay in a motel room all day, most of the family’s entertainment for the day will likely be found offsite: the Inca Inn is conveniently close to both national parks, as well as downtown shops and restaurants. When you return after a long day, take a relaxing dip in the outdoor heated pool (open seasonally).
Our Editor Loves
- Great value, clean and comfortable
- Close to the national parks and downtown Moab
- Fresh continental breakfast provided
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
We had a room near the back. We were rather disappointed with the cleanliness of the room. The carpet needed cleaning, you could barely see out the window and corner cleaning was not their forte. However we did had clean bedding and towels which is a minimum one would expect. We saw where people were taking their bicycles into their rooms which explains the carpet situation. Breakfast was as good as most with hot and cold items available. It was also served on time when we were there.
I have never been more insulted then I was with the desk clerk (Kristen), I gotten up for breakfast I was surprised there was nothing there in the first place and when i went in to ask when it was going to be ready she just sat there on her phone looking up at me like i was not there just texting away and let me remind you that they tell you breakfast is to be ready at 5:30am and she did not get here until 7am. And then all she put out was some cereal, old bread and some milk. What kind of place treats there guests this poorly. Thank goodness management arrived ( Tammy) and placed us with a great breakfast and lots of apologies, That is the way a proper establishment should be ran. Now I heard and read that they let Tammy go, what kind of business do you run? Getting reed of the only person willing to keep your hotel running and doing other peoples job. I will never stay here again. And neither will the other 10 people from my party.