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We visited the Apache four years ago while it was still "quaint", unfortunately, it has fallen into a sorry state. The walls are paper thin, our room smelled of gas (we had to be moved to another room), the refrigerator was not working and we...More
I stayed there because I was alone on a hiking trip, and this place was cheap. The room seemed clean enough, but everything was worn out and ragged... everything. I've seen many cabins that looked better than this motel. The room also smelled. I suspected...More
If you're claiming that John Wayne stayed here, at least change the shower curtain.
Overall the room was tidy, but worn and smelly. We paid $85 (+ tax) per night in July. We have been camping for 2 weeks and wanted a cheap, but clean...More
Recently stayed three nights at the Apache Motel in Moab, Utah. It's a small, family owned motel that has been in business many years. It is said that john Wayne and John Ford stayed here when filming in the area. There is even a "John...More
This motel was both recommended in my road trip book and the cheapest hotel I could find on Trip Advisor – this usually doesn’t happen. It cost $100 even though it’s really a $50/night hotel – I guess that’s the price you pay for visiting...More
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Yes there is. The hotel is old but each room had their own adjustable unit for Ac and heat. Hope that helps. Ours also had a mini fridge, microwave, and a separate vanity area which super helped to speed the getting ready... More
Yes there is. The hotel is old but each room had their own adjustable unit for Ac and heat. Hope that helps. Ours also had a mini fridge, microwave, and a separate vanity area which super helped to speed the getting ready process in the am.
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