I needed a room for the night and was able to secure a spot at the Apache Motel. It is off the main drag in town in a relatively quiet neighborhood, but within walking distance to Main St. The motel is on the national register of historic places due to its history both as one of the first motels in Moab and as the place John Wayne stayed while filming Rio Grande. The check-in office was small but filled with John Wayne memorabilia and some really good treats, as well as coffee/tea/hot chocolate. Very personable staff. The room was large and simple with TV, microwave, fridge and table. The shower was amaaaazing. Hot water, pressure like a fire hose, and thick fluffy towels. Heaven. AC provided white noise masking any neighbor sounds. There were several light breakfast offerings in the morning - juice, a variety of oatmeals, fruit, and small pastries. There was a fire pit in the parking lot and the hosts had fires in the evening along with fixings for s'mores. The only suggestion would be to shelter or separate the fire area from the parking lot to provide a little more "ambience". Maybe some plants or a fence of some kind so you aren't sitting right next to a car. Otherwise, I very much enjoyed my stay and would definitely stay here again.