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This is one of my tougher reviews to write. The Silver Sage completely satisfied my needs for a place to stay: clean, functional, reasonably priced, decent location. And offered a fridge, microwave, two bedside tables, table and chairs, and a walk-in closet with dresser for...More
Place is close to a lot of good places to eat at and the beautiful Canyonlands-Islands in the Sky. Nothing too fancy but the room was comfortable and cozy. Easy check-in/check-out. Plenty of parking spaces, too.
It doesn't look like much outside, in fact nothing fancy; but it was very clean, a/c in the room and the hallway, small fridge, microwave, and free wi-fi. There is also a small storage available for use. The parking lot also has recycling bins, great...More
We stayed at silver sage inn from Saturday evening through Wednesday morning for labor day wknd. It was a double queen bed room with wifi, fridge, microwave, and TV. Tiny room but spacious enough for 2 with lot of storage, and clean. Good customer service,...More
Loved it here. Just a cozy little hotel. Very clean rooms with a refrigerator, microwave & coffee maker. Great WIFI. Close to the Moab Brewery, grocery store & gas station. Close to the Arches National Park. The guy at the front desk was super friendly...More
US$56 - US$127 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It's pretty quiet at the hotel, and there is a fantastic trail literally right behind, which goes both north and south and is often used by mountain bikers. There are dozens of hikes within a few miles.