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Hotels in Moab near Moab, UT (CNY-Canyonlands Field)

Moab, UT (CNY-Canyonlands Field) Hotels

Surrounded by dusty grasslands and with the tantalizing sight of Arches National Park in the distance, Moab's Canyonlands Field Airport (CNY) provides a compact, convenient gateway to this recreational hotspot. Whether you’re here for hiking, river rafting, or mountain biking, the airport’s location just 18 miles north of Moab’s downtown makes it a handy transit hub to the area.

Hotels in Moab, UT (CNY-Canyonlands Field)

Thanks to the region's popularity with adventure seekers, there’s a wide array of hotels near Moab Airport. Check into a 2-star chain motel if you want to save some bucks – after all you’ll probably be outside sightseeing most of the time. On the higher end, you can choose from 3-star rustic lodging with handy amenities – think in-suite kitchens, heavy wooden beds, leather couches, and Navajo-style soft furnishings.

Where to stay

If you’re planning on spending most of your time outdoors you could stay on the outskirts of town, though you’ll find more stores and restaurants in downtown Moab. Wherever you stay you’ll be close to adventure hotspots, like the craggy red landscape of Canyonlands, and the curving sandstone formations of Arches National Park. So, jump on a mountain bike, race off in a 4-wheel drive, or stick on your hiking boots, and head for Moab’s remote canyons, rivers, and trails.

How to get to Moab, UT (CNY-Canyonlands Field)

You can fly to Moab from Salt Lake City. It’s advisable to rent a car from the airport to really make the most of the area’s recreational hotspots, as this is a region you'll want the freedom to explore at your leisure. If you’re planning to head off the beaten track, you might consider renting a 4-wheel drive or motorbike.