I honestly rented this place because I was late making my reservations for the Memorial Day weekend. Boy am I glad I rented it. Downtown Moab on Memorial day was packed with people. We were in a nice neighborhood that was quiet and secluded about 3 or 4 miles outside Moab.. Just the type of place we like to stay. We had a beautiful view out the backside of the condo. We had 2 full bathrooms it made it easy for my wife and I to get ready at the same time so we could get out the door bright and early. I didn't have any toys with me but if I would have brought my dirt bike I could have parked it in the garage and not worried about it all night.. Condo was clean and well taken care of and the AC worked very well, better than most of the hotels we stayed in on our trip. All in all a very nice place to stay. I would rent it again if I were to spend several days in Moab.
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I cannot recommend this unit - though there are some very nice things about it. It’s a townhouse in the south part of Moab, backing up to the golf course. It was very clean, and has a fabulous view from the patio. The kitchen / dining room / family room are combined into one small space. The kitchen was modestly equipped, and everything worked.
My complaint: it’s a two bedroom unit, with a shared bath (what they call a “Jack and Jill bath”). The bedrooms are upstairs, while the 2nd bath is downstairs, off the kitchen area. A shared bathroom upstairs just doesn’t work with two couples. Neither bedroom had dressers, but rather had cheap wire shelving in the closet. No place to put your watch or jewelry or wallet in the evening. Everything about the unit was “cheap” - the kitchen and bath fixtures were unbelievably cheap, to the point they were difficult to operate. The blinds in the living room window were cheap aluminum blinds that were badly damaged, dented, etc. They advertised a grill, but it was some weird electric model that we ended up not using - c’mon, they couldn’t provide a standard charcoal grill? It has a nice (but very small) patio - with no table! Several light bulbs were out.
To finish on a positive note - the beds were very comfortable.