Home Comforts at the Homewood Suites by Hilton Moab

Kitchenettes, an indoor pool and convenient downtown location make Homewood Suites your perfect Moab adventure basecamp.
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King Suite Balcony at Homewood Suites by Hilton Moab

King Suite Balcony

Want all the comforts of home while on vacation? Book a room at Homewood Suites by Hilton Moab where every room is a suite big enough for the whole family, even furry friends. Equipped with a kitchenette with a full-size fridge, cooking utensils, microwave, stove top, dishwasher and kitchen table you can stock up on groceries at nearby City Market for the duration of your stay. Don’t worry about picking up cereal and eggs though – Homewood Suites offers a complimentary hot breakfast every morning.

Two Queen Bunkbed Suite at Homewood Suites by Hilton Moab

Two Queen Bunkbed Suite

Fuel up before heading out to adventure in some of our country’s most beautiful landscapes. You’ll be perfectly poised just five miles from Arches National Park and 30 miles from Canyonlands National Park. Or, head just down the street to Outlaw Jeep where you can rent a Jeep or ATV to go explore some of Moab’s most famous off-road trails like Hells Revenge which is just three miles from the hotel.

If you’re looking to cool off in the summer, head to Wild West Voyages and book a rafting trip or feel the breeze when you soar over Arches and Canyonlands in a helicopter with Pinnacle Helicopters.

After a day of exploring, head back to Homewood Suites to relax in the indoor pool and hot tub.

Indoor pool and hot tub at Homewood Suites by Hilton Moab

Pool and Hot Tub

And if you’re looking to avoid crowds, consider visiting Moab during its off-season: winter. Many people don’t realize that winter is one of Moab’s most beautiful seasons. The only trick is warming up after a day exploring cold trails. The indoor hot tub does just the trick.

You won’t need your car to explore downtown Moab’s shops, breweries and restaurants so skip circling for a parking spot and walk to dinner on the nights you choose not to cook. Favorite spots include Antica Forma and Pasta Jay’s for hearty Italian, or the Spoke for American fare.

For more information:
Homewood Suites by Hilton Moab
(435) 259-7000
132 N Main St., Moab, UT 84532
Book at Hilton.com


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