Les notes se basent sur un nombre total de 279 avis vérifiés

4,0 sur 5
Recommandé par 87 % des clients
4,3 Propreté de la chambre
4,1 Services et personnel
4,1 Confort de la chambre
4,1 Conditions de l'hôtel
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4 sur 5
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Nice hotel. Close to several national parks.

Publié le 13 févr. 2017
Les + : Room was clean. It had a bathtub.
The room was nice and clean. The pool area looked very inviting, unfortunately we didn't have time to enjoy it. The staff was friendly and helpful.
4 sur 5
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Publié le 24 janv. 2017
Good place to stay in Monticello. Only complaint was the heater was off when I got to the room, it was so cold it took several hours to heat up.
3 sur 5
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Stay for the hot tub, NOT for the breakfast

Publié le 20 janv. 2017
Les + : hot tub/swimming pool
Les - : breakfast; room cleaning
Situation : Close to the Needles district of the Canyonlands National Park.
This is an older hotel (the sink height is only about 2.5 feet!); but at least it is clean enough. The window A/C unit has low/high hot/cold settings only, instead of controllable by setting an exact temperature; but I guess if you stay more than one night, you can get used to it. Beds are pretty comfortable, not too hard or too soft; but we did find a piece of airline paper napkin between the sheets of one of the bed (we drove), which means that the staff did not do THAT good a job cleaning (maybe did not even wash the sheet after the previous guest?) The best feature of hotel is the indoor swimming pool (quite big too) and the hot tub. The worst feature is the breakfast. I have not seen a more shabby breakfast in a decade. No eggs, no meat, no fresh fruits, no yogurt. The only things they have are: bagels & cream cheese, bread, waffles, canned fruit, cereals & milk, coffee/tea/juice. And because Monticello is such a small town, you don't have many choices if you want to eat out either; plus, MOST places are closed on Sundays (only R&F and Subway are open Sundays). Monticello is close to the Needles district of the Canyonlands NP. However, getting into the park (211) from the main road (191) takes nearly an hour, so although driving from Monticello rather than Moab saves you about half an hour, it really is not significant unless you camp inside the park. I would strongly suggest simply stay at Moab, which is much closer to the Island in the Sky district of the NP.
5 sur 5
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Nice hote. Hunting elk on a late season tag close

Publié le 28 nov. 2016
Good motel nice to go someplace clean and warm when you been out in the cold
3 sur 5
par un voyageur vérifié

Convenient location

Publié le 25 nov. 2016 sur Hotels
We stopped here overnight on the way to Phoenix. The hotel is right on Main Street, reasonable and a bit more than other motel/hotel in the area but very worth while the price difference. Clean, large rooms, quite and friendly front desk staff. Breakfast typical for most hotels you find along main highways etc. but we don't choose the hotel by the type of breakfast they offer. Restaurants in the area are very few and food choices somewhat poor.
4 sur 5
par un voyageur vérifié

Pleasant surprise

Publié le 8 nov. 2016 sur Hotels
This hotel was a half way stopping point on our way from Glenwood Springs to Page. It is a very small town but the hotel was a pleasant surprise, much nicer than I expected. There are limited places to eat in town, but there is a nice café across the road and a good pizza restaurant down the street. Our room looked out toward the back where there was a paddock full of deer.
4 sur 5
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Very good hotel for a small town.

Publié le 5 nov. 2016 sur Hotels
Very nice stay.
4 sur 5
par un voyageur vérifié

Clean

Publié le 4 nov. 2016 sur Hotels
Good motel,clean,comfortable. I would stay here again
3 sur 5
par un voyageur vérifié

Great pool. Good price

Publié le 26 oct. 2016 sur Hotels
Great hotel location option outside of more expensive Moab. Front desk lady very curt and not friendly. Questioned us why when we asked for more towels. Didn't look up from her computer much. Pool/ hot tub were awesome the first night but was closed the second night due to a child going # 2 and dragging it into both the pool and hot tub.
3 sur 5
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Zwischenübernachtung ok

Publié le 17 oct. 2016
Einrichtung in die Jahre gekommen, aber alles sauber und zweckmäßig.