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We stayed at the Inca Inn for three nights while we visited Arches and Canyonlands. The motel was very well priced, quiet, and extremely clean. If you just need a place to sleep while enjoying the beautiful area, this is the place to stay.
I was down in Utah for a road trip. We booked our room the day of staying. They were very kind and helpful. They left us a voicemail as well as an e-mail with information we needed for our late arrival. Their breakfast was great!...More
We recently stayed at the Inca Inn, we stayed 4 nights, 2/27-3/2. Absolutely super thrilled that I picked this Inn when I was researching lodging for our Utah trip. Smallish motel but rooms were more than adequate, we stayed in Room #4, 2 beds. Super...More
Stayed here for a few nights in February and it was just what we needed. Everything being on one level made for quiets nights, even though the place was full. The lady at check-in was very nice and there have been updates that bring the...More
The hotel was comfortable, friendly, clean, and, for the price, you can't beat it! I love supporting local small businesses when I travel, and the Inca Inn was a quaint way to stay in Moab. The room was pretty basic. The TV was an older...More
I agree with the other answers given here. Our stay was 5 nights and it was just fine. This is a good clean motel to crash in. Just needed a place to sleep at night and catch a shower in the mornings. We were out and about... More
I agree with the other answers given here. Our stay was 5 nights and it was just fine. This is a good clean motel to crash in. Just needed a place to sleep at night and catch a shower in the mornings. We were out and about during the daytime and weren't planning on hanging around the motel anyway. Other recommendations for the area: be sure and see Dead Horse Point. Beautiful view! Many miss this because it is a Utah State Park and a separate fee. Well worth it. We also drove up to Red Cliffs lodge. Beautiful drive. Nice lodge and lunch.