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The 15 Best Moab Airbnbs Near Arches National Park

Moab is one of the best places to base yourself when visiting Utah’s national parks.

Whether you’re road tripping the Southwest or sticking to a Utah road trip, no matter what, Moab simply must be on your Utah itinerary.

Its charming small town vibes combined with its proximity to two out of Utah’s Mighty 5 make it a perfect place to call your home base for a few days while traveling Utah.

Frankly, hotels in Moab are absurdly expensive for the quality, even by American standards! These Moab Airbnbs are a better option for a great place to stay that won’t break the bank.

Even better, each of these Airbnbs in Moab has its own unique character, making the place you stay a beloved part of your trip as well, more than just a roof over your head.

Here is a curated list of the best Airbnbs in Moab — which one would you choose?

Best Airbnb in Moab for Being Close to It All: Casa Moab

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Two gray and wooden houses connected by a roof and twin staircases leading up the upper level, with gravel on the ground in front of the houses, at this popular Airbnb in Moab.
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If you’re looking for a resort near all the main happenings in Moab that also allows for a good night’s sleep, Casa Moab offers the best of both worlds — it’s located on a peaceful, unassuming street that’s only a stone’s throw from the bustle of Main Street!

Locations of interest in the vicinity include Slickrock Cinemas, the Moab Brewery, and Chile Pepper bike shop, as well as plenty of restaurants and shops for all your basic needs.

Casita #3 (there are 5 on the grounds, but #3 has the best decor in my opinion!) is located on the ground floor of Casa Moab, and it comes equipped with a state-of-the-art kitchen, smart TV with WiFi and cable, a spacious living area, and a cozy, luxurious bedroom.

However, the outdoor facilities are where Casa Moab really shines – between the outdoor sauna, large private deck, and fire pit table, Casa Moab makes for a great place to gather all your family and friends for an afternoon of fun and a delicious outdoor meal.

If, on the other hand, you’d prefer to have a peaceful evening to yourself, Casita #3 has you covered there, too – you can take full advantage of the elegant bathroom and its walk-in shower, and use all the hot water you want!

Book this Moab Airbnb here!

Casa #3 taken? Check the other casitas: Casa #1, Casa #2, or Casa #4

Best Airbnb in Moab for Quirky Design: Moab Digs

Wooden two-story house with orange door and two porch swings in front with a sign on the Moab airbnb which reads "Moab Digs"
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Moab Digs has everything one would ever need – its open floor design combines its kitchen, living room, and dining room into one cohesive unit, and the bedroom comes with a king-size bed and plenty of natural light.

What sets Moab Digs apart from other apartments, however, is its unique, industrial aesthetic. The interior is dominated by shades of gray, with the occasional wooden texture, as well as warm shades of red and blue on some of the furniture and paintings – this combination of colors creates the perfect balance of sleek and simple and gives the apartment a very homey ambient.

On top of having a living room balcony, Moab Digs also has 2 patios. In keeping with the unique look of the interior, the wooden design of the patios is beautifully accented by the surrounding greenery and decorative details.

One of the patios comes equipped with a barbecue grill and is more than spacious enough for larger gatherings, and the other is elevated, providing a great view of the neighborhood.

This stylish apartment is well worth the price of admission, but those who are looking to stay for 3 nights or more get a 30% discount! And frankly, we suggest at least 3 nights in Moab to see everything you want to see, anyway!

Book this Moab Airbnb here!

Best Moab Airbnb for a Romantic Getaway: Wisteria Cottage at Cali Cochitta

A romantic, whimsical cottage surrounded by a tree and flowers, with a pastel green porch swing and a small dining table in front of the cottage in Moab.
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The Wisteria Cottage at Cali Cochitta is a beautiful choice for couples and lovers of rustic cottage designs and colorful gardens.

The cottage is conveniently located 2 blocks from Main St, and the inside comes equipped with a well-stocked kitchen, bathroom, and a beautifully designed bedroom with a king-size bed. Guests are also provided with a cruiser bike with which to explore the town, as well as secured bike storage.

The two main draws of the Airbnb in Moab, however, are the garden area and hot tub. The green-and-pink scenery is very easy on the eyes, and thanks to the trees and vines, there is ample shade to keep you cool even on the hottest of summer days.

On top of that, the hammocks are a great place to just sit back and unwind to the sounds of the stone water feature, another detail that adds to the dream-like ambient of the location.

The garden is shared with other Cali Cochitta guests, so it makes for a beautiful place to chat with others outside.

If you’re in the market for a Moab Airbnb with an amazing view, a hot tub in pristine condition, and a beautiful interior, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better option than Wisteria Cottage, especially at this price point.

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Best Moab Airbnb for Couples on a Budget: Bogie’s Bungalow

Wooden house with aluminum wall paneling up to halfway up the wall, showing an open layout kitchen with two stools for eating at the bar.
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Located in downtown Moab, Bogie’s Comfort Bungalow is an ideal getaway for a party of one or two looking for privacy on a budget.

The combination of the old-school wooden design, relaxing color scheme, and exposure to natural light gives the bungalow a distinct identity and a cozy atmosphere.

What’s more, this Moab Airbnb is a great pick if you have a furry or feathered friend you wouldn’t want to leave at home, as pets are permitted on the premises, for a small fee – you’ll even receive a complimentary gift bag with food and other accouterments your pet might need!

On top of the rooms being spotless, the hosts are very environmentally conscious, and all the cleaning supplies used by their staff are organic.

The exterior of the cabin is every bit as impressive as the interior – the cabin comes with a private patio and a personal entrance. 

Additionally, you’ll have access to a communal hot tub and barbecue grill – although you do get the cabin all to yourself, it is one of four bungalows owned by 3 Dogs & a Moose Cottages, so the areas are shared by all the guests.

Book this budget Moab Airbnb here!

Best Airbnb for Outdoor Lovers: Red Rock Base Camp Teardrop Trailer

A silver teardrop trailer with an awning over it, with two orange camping chairs, next to a solar panel in a beautiful red rock landscape typical of Moab.
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For those who want to connect with nature but are looking to avoid some of the inconveniences of conventional outdoor camping, Red Rock trailers provide you with everything you could wish for, and more.

For the great price of $90 a night and up, you get a cozy, furnished trailer, as well as a fully-equipped outdoor kitchen, to really take in the beauty of your campsite as you prepare your morning coffee!

What’s more, the trailer is delivered to your campsite of choice (first-come-first-serve BLM site or otherwise), sparing you the hassle of having to arrange for transportation yourself.

The delivery fee varies depending on how far you are from town, but it’s free if you’re within a 10-mile radius of Moab.  You can even bring your pet along with you, for only $35!

The trailers themselves come equipped with a cooler and 40 gallons of water, with the option of having your tanks refilled.

If you’re worried about the cold desert nights, don’t be – the combination of good insulation and propane heating is bound to keep you warm, whatever the temperature, and while the trailers themselves do not have showers, you can expect to find some at your campsite or in town.

Book this cool Airbnb in Moab here!

Best Moab Airbnb for Large Groups: Scalatore

Unique Moab Airbnb concept: a bed with a wall at the headboard showing rock paintings, with rock climbing gear and notches in the wall to try out rock climbing on.
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Scalatore is a condominium located on the top floor of La Dolce Vita Villas, and it’s a rare example of a rental in a popular tourist area that’s every bit as memorable as the local landmarks, if not more.

This unique condo, aptly named after the Italian word for “climber”, has nearly 17-feet-tall ceilings and rock climbing walls in the master bedroom, making the interior an amazing place to practice and muster up some courage for the real thing.

Adding to the atmosphere of the bedroom is the ‘headboard’ of the bed – a custom-made, rocky-desert-themed art piece that gets you into the canyoneering spirit first thing in the morning.  

If you still haven’t had enough of the high altitudes come night time, the second bedroom has 3 elevated bunk beds that turn the simple act of getting in and out of bed into an adventure – there’s even the option of sliding out of bed down a fireman pole (kids will love this, just be sure to supervise!)  

Casting the unique concept aside, though, the living and kitchen areas are very cozy and well-furnished, and the second bathroom is a welcome addition, especially if you’re taking full advantage of the space and visiting with a large group.

Additionally, Scalatore is located on Main Street, meaning this Moab Airbnb is incredibly close to every downtown locale you could possibly want to visit!

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Best Moab Airbnb for Design Lovers: Moab Flats #5

Black leather sofa, rug, coffee table, two paintings on the wall in a modern style, and a little white vintage radio on a mid-century modern drawer.
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The best rentals are ones that look and feel like a proper home, and this suite really delivers in that department – every single detail feels like it belongs, from the stylish furniture to the red-and-orange-heavy art and décor.

The outdoor area is a great place to unwind after a long day of walking around – you can cook a meal on the barbecue grill, spend an evening chatting around the fire pit, or relax as you stargaze from the comfort of the community hot tub.

In terms of location, the condo is in the very center of Moab, so you’ll have quick and easy access to quite a few stores and restaurants, and the fact that there’s a block separating you from Main Street means that you’ll still be able to get a fair bit of peace and quiet.

The Moab area is well-known for its bike trails, so cyclists will appreciate the access to bike storage and a repair station at Moab Flats.

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Best Airbnb in Moab for Peace and Quiet: Sunny Acres Cabin

Interior of a rustic A-frame cabin with light wood ceilings, glass doors opening up into the Moab landscape.
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This charming cabin is the perfect retreat for couples who want to keep it simple and spend most of their time exploring the beautiful Moab area away from the crowds of Main Street.

It’s worth noting that the lack of internet and TV means that this is somewhat of an off-grid location, so this is a great pick if you’re trying to take a short break from looking at screens.

This is not to say, however, that the cabin is not well-furnished – despite its size, it manages to cover all the essentials, between the kitchenette, small bathroom, and sofa-bed. 

This is a very welcoming Airbnb in Moab – the combination of a predominantly wooden interior, cozy furniture, and abundance of natural light never fail to make guests feel at home, and you can get a great view of the mountains from the patio.

Adding to the hominess is the fact that you can bring your dogs, and the exterior of the property makes for a great place for your pet to run around and play!

The cabin is very well-connected, and options for exploration in the area are plentiful – Moab’s downtown area is just a short drive from the property, as are Arches National Park and Dead Horse Point State Park, two beautiful spots that offer some unforgettable sights.

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Best Moab Airbnb for Small Groups: Ranch House Bungalow

Pool and hot tub near the stunning red rocks of Moab, Utah, with some pool loungers outside.
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A beautiful Airbnb near Arches National Park, Moab Springs Ranch is a historic property located only 3 miles from Arches National Park.

The ranch is home to several adjacent bungalows, each with its own separate patio to ensure maximum privacy. The bungalows are very pleasant – they pull off a combination of old school and modern without compromising the comfort and quality of your stay.

Outside, you will be able to relax on the hammocks and enjoy the sounds of the natural spring, or take in the lush greenery of the property or the beautiful sunshine while walking around in the private park.

Two of the bungalows also allow dogs, for a small additional fee, and the exterior of the property is a great place to let them run loose and explore.

The property has a community hot tub and swimming pool, but this is currently not in service.

Aside from Arches NP, other landmarks in the vicinity include Canyonlands National Park, Dead Horse Point National Park, and the Colorado River.

Book this Airbnb near Arches National Park here!

Best Airbnb in Moab for Tiny House Lovers: Kokopelli West Studio

A brilliant coral pink orange house with four yellow chairs in front and a slanted tin roof, next to other colorful houses (green and yellow).
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Kokopelli West #6 is ideal for a small group who would like to mingle with fellow Moab enthusiasts.

The property is made up of several tiny houses with a shared patio, where the members of this beautiful tight-knit community can get together and relax in the shade.

The interior of West #6 has everything you need – a studio with bedding and a view of the entire communal area, a well-stocked kitchenette, additional bunk beds, and plenty of windows to keep the place naturally bright.

The indoor space is very well-utilized, and you’ll have more than enough room for everyone even if you come with a party of 4.

Outdoor amenities included in your say are plentiful – aside from enjoying the great you can take a dip in either the pool or hot tub, cook up a delicious barbecue lunch, or just sit back admire the view of the mountains from the patio with your fellow guests.

Also worth noting is the property’s location – Arches National Park and Dead Horse Point State Park are a 10 and 40-minute drive away, respectively, and you’ll be within walking distance of the nearest stores and restaurants.

Book this tiny house Moab Airbnb here!

Best Moab Airbnb for Families on a Budget: Purple Sage Flats

Bed with colorful yellow and gray bedspread with the words "MOAB" in block letters written above it with an exposed brick wall painted white to one side.
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Purple Sage Flats is a lovely Airbnb in the heart of Moab that’s sure to woo you with its elegance and coziness.

Everything about the interior, from the earthy color scheme of the furniture to the spaciousness and homey atmosphere of each individual room, makes it really easy to relax in this apartment.

Outside, you’ll be able to enjoy the communal hot tub or whip up some barbecue and relax by the fire pit. This communal area is very easy on the eyes, due in no small part to the beautiful murals!

The key to a great vacation at a popular tourist town is finding a rental with a great location, and Purple Stage Flats’ location is about as convenient as it could be.

The apartment itself is located on a peaceful street, yet is only a short walk from Main Street, giving it great connectivity to just about every spot of interest in the Moab area.

Another thing that’s great about Purple Sage is that it has a total of 8 available rooms, which makes it a perfect place for a wedding, or just about any gathering involving a large group of people.

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Best Cabin for Friends on a Budget: Basic Cabin #1A

Green tiny house with two camping chairs in front, next to a barn-looking red building in Moab.
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Anyone who’s traveling on a budget or has a soft spot for minimalist accommodation will appreciate this charming, affordable cabin.

The inside of the cabin is so sparsely furnished that, between its 2 bunk beds and fold-out futon, it can easily sleep 4 people and still leave plenty of room for mobility.

As far as cooking goes, you’ll have access to a microwave and a small refrigerator, but the sparsity of kitchen supplies is offset by the property’s proximity to the town and its many restaurants and stores.

 Stepping outside, you’ll be able to enjoy the view from the seating on the small patio, or gather around the picnic tables for a meal, and a short walk from her e will take you to the community bathrooms/showers.

Other amenities included in the communal area are fire pits and barbecue grills, and Arches and Canyonlands are both a short car trip away.

Best Airbnb for Friends Trips: Casa de Zia

A long, rounded-edge dining table in the middle of an open floor plan kitchen, dining, living room concept, with a modern chandelier over the table.
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Casa de Zia is a stylish house that can house nearly a dozen people and that has one of the most impressive interior designs in the entire Moab area. 

Right off the bat, the warm colors of the large, open-floor kitchen/living room/dining room area and the room’s great illumination create a unique, relaxing atmosphere, and the master bedroom comes with a private bathroom and patio.

This patio connects to the back yard, which has a hot tub with a great view of the nearby mountains, as well as a fire pit with ample seating.

You can also bring your pets along with you – they’ll have a large yard area to play in, and thanks to the large fencing, you can rest assured they won’t be leaving the property without your say-so.

Casa de Zia is very close to Main Street,  yet its immediate surroundings are peaceful, so you take full advantage of the house’s great connectivity ( local shops & restaurants, and a very short drive to Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park) and still enjoy a quiet night’s sleep.

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Best Moab Airbnb for Glamping: OK RV Glamping Tent

Large canvas glamping tent with two queen size cots inside with storage places.
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This cozy little tent in OK RV Park is a great place to book if you want to connect with nature without having to relinquish access to too many commodities.

The tent itself is little more than a place to spend the night after a long day of exploring Moab, and this is reflected in its minimal furnishings – two beds for 2 and some rudimentary seating.

The outdoor area is more in line with what you would expect a rental in this area to have, namely a private patio and a fire pit.

What makes OK RV Park stand out, however, is the community of campers – you can keep to yourself and enjoy your own little corner of the camp, or you can go to the shared patio by the park’s office and get to know some of your fellow outdoorsmen.

Another selling point of the camp is how close it is to the national parks – you can drive to Canyonlands in about half an hour and to Arches in about 15 to 20 minutes.

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