The Apache Motel in Moab Utah
This motel is family owned and run. It is the only property of its type for hundreds of miles that is recognized as a NATIONAL HISTORIC PROPERTY by the National Register of Historic Places and the Utah Historical Society. We offer many unusual amenities for individuals and families to make your stay relaxing and fun! We are located close to anything you may need including groceries, restaurants, entertainment, yet in a quiet, relaxing, neighborhood. Take your picture with John Wayne, where he actually stayed for months at a time. Relax in modern deluxe rooms with great service and features.
John Wayne Suite
We offer many unique amenities for individuals and families to make your stay relaxing and fun!
33 Comfortable Guest Rooms with 1 King Bed or 2 Queens
Family Suites w/kitchenette available
John Wayne Suite (2 Bedrooms)
Refrigerator, Microwave, and Coffee Maker in each room
Cable TV with HBO, ESPN, and Disney
Individual Room Heat/Air Conditioner Control
All Rooms are Non-Smoking
Group Rates Available
Mountain Bikes Allowed in Rooms
Bike Wash Station w/Hot Water 2
Beautiful South Facing Heated Pool (Seasonal) and Hot Outdoor Shower
Pet Friendly Rooms and Shaded, Fenced Grass Dog Run
Rocking Chairs to Enjoy Nightly Fires Around Our Cowboy Cauldrons
Townie Cruiser Bikes Available for Free Checkout
Trailer Parking Available
Tepee Sitting Area
John Wayne and Moab Merchandise Gift Shop
Continental Breakfast and Coffee Served Daily
Off Main Quiet Residential Location
We are located close to anything you may need including groceries, restaurants, entertainment, yet in a quiet, relaxing, neighborhood.
Why Stay at the Apache?
The Apache Motel has a fascinating history in the movie industry. Wild western director John Anson Ford and John Wayne spent many colorful years in the Moab and four-corners area, and usually stayed at the Apache Motel when they did! Stay in the motel where John Wayne stayed!
Other actors and actresses are:
- Yvonne De Carlo
- Dorothy Malone
- Henry Fonda
- Stuart Whitman
- Ricardo Montalban
- Anthony Quinn
- Richard Widmark
From Wikipedia: The Apache Motel, built in 1954, is a historic motel in Moab, Utah, United States, that has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 2008. The name Apache Motel may have it origins with one of two movies filmed a few years earlier or from a uranium mining company.
TIP: We offer many sizes and styles of accommodations, and it may go smoothest to call us first and check out what is available on your particular night. Also, you may reserve directly with us using our in-house system.