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The 11 Best Airbnb Rentals in Moab, Utah

by Brittany Varano

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Get swept away by the epic geological history and rock formations found in Moab, Utah’s beloved desert city and haven for outdoor enthusiasts.

One quick glance at the never-ending list of outdoorsy things to do in Moab, and it’s no surprise why this southeastern Utah city has become a major US tourist attraction.

As the gateway to some of the world’s most impressive and unique landscapes, here you’ll find jaw-dropping red rock formations, fossilized dinosaur tracks, and enough family-friendly activities to keep you entertained for a lifetime.

But before we get too carried away gushing over the mesmerizing sites, let’s square away the accommodations! We’ve put together an ultimate list of the best Airbnb rentals in Moab, Utah, so that you can focus on the fun stuff — the magnificent nature of the region.

1. Moab Digs (Up Top)

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Why you should stay: Rustic yet contemporary upper-level apartment, within walking distance to the main street of Moab.

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: no

At Moab Digs (Up Top), you’ll find a rustic aesthetic perfectly married with a contemporary sensibility. This colorful and cozy Airbnb rental in Moab is split into two different rental spaces, Up Top and Down Below, and features two shared outdoor patio seating areas as well as a BBQ grill for evening picnics.

The hosts of Moab Digs are super friendly and thoughtful, and go above and beyond to make their guests feel right at home. They’re also known to be super responsive and quick to answer any question or concern guests may have.

2. The Entrada

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Why you should stay: Sparkling clean studio surrounded by beautifully groomed grounds complete with rooftop deck.

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights
  • Pets allowed: no

The Entrada is an excellent option for traveling pairs seeking a beautifully designed and sparkling clean place to stay. The property boasts a killer rooftop deck where you can sip your morning coffee and take in sweeping views of Moab Rim and the Portal – two of the city’s most famous landmarks.

Inside this spacious studio is a soft and pillowy queen bed, comfy seating area, and a small kitchenette area for light meal prep that doesn’t involve cooking. Aside from a great interior, the property is just a short five-minute walk to downtown.

3. Desert Townhouse

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Why you should stay: Marvel at panoramic Moab Rim views from this quaint three-bedroom corner unit condo in Rim Vista Village.

  • Sleeps: 8
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: no

This desert townhouse, whole-home condo, is a perfect Airbnb rental in Moab for family getaways. As a guest, you enjoy full access to the Rim Vista Village grounds, including the outdoor swimming pools, hot tub, playground, and tennis and basketball courts. The property also has a private patio for outdoor grilling and dining.

We have a feeling you’ll also love the open concept layout of the living room, where tall ceilings make the home feel spacious and comfortable.

4. Rim Vista Townhome

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Why you should stay: Escape to the desert and enjoy spectacular rim views in a contemporary and bright, new three-bedroom condo.

  • Sleeps: 8
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: no

Another fantastic Moab Airbnb for families, this Rim Vista townhome is a contemporary and artfully decorated rental that can comfortably sleep up to eight guests. The kitchen has been recently redone with all brand new appliances and granite throughout. A secure two-car garage is provided with your stay, and the driveaway is extra-long to accommodate an RV.

An added bonus of staying at this Rim Vista townhome is access to the condo’s swimming pool and hot tub, as well as great views of the surrounding Moab Rim.

5. Mid Century Modern on Main

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Why you should stay: Experience southwest charm in a mid-century styled condo right on Main Street.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: no

Mid Century Modern on Main exudes Southwestern luxury in this thoughtfully decorated one-bedroom, three-bed apartment. As part of your stay, you’ll have full use of the condo’s shared hot tub, fire pit, outdoor grill, and bike storage.

The check-in process is insanely easy and is as simple as typing in the keycode that’s provided to you before your arrival – no key necessary. And the best part? At this Airbnb, you’ll be staying in the heart of Moab, where the best local restaurants and shops are at your fingertips.

6. Moab Digs (Down Below)

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Why you should stay: An open studio on the ground level with a private outdoor patio strung with glittering lights.

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: no

Moab Digs (Down Below) is the bottom half of a popular Moab Airbnb (check out the section above for Up Top) that’s managed by experienced super hosts. With this listing, you’ll enjoy the perks of staying on the ground floor and free use of the outdoor patio space. The yard has a fence surrounding it for added privacy but is also low enough that you can enjoy deer and wildlife watching from the comfort of the patio.

The interior is an open concept studio with queen bed, kitchenette, living room area, and washer and dryer on site.

7. Ranch House Bungalow

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Why you should stay: Enjoy the amenities provided by Moab Springs Ranch, such as the kid-friendly private park, campfire circle, BBQ grills, pool, and hot tub!

  • Sleeps:
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Pets allowed: no

Experience life in your very own private ranch house bungalow located on Moab Springs Ranch. As a brand new standalone rental, guests enjoy the private patio all to themselves! Inside there’s a well-equipped kitchenette, oversized showers, and plush queen and king beds – perfect for a family of four.

There are various bungalow options to choose from when staying on the Ranch, including two listings that are pet-friendly for an additional fee. Contact them directly for more options!

8. Casa Moab

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Why you should stay: Spend your evenings in Moab outside on this studio apartment’s expansive private deck next to the gas fire table or in the cedar sauna.

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: no

What better way to relax in between your Utah adventures than via a cedar wood sauna at Casa Moab? Not only does this property rock a soothing outdoor sauna, but it also has a cute patio and fire table perfect for recapping the day’s excitement under the stars.

Although a studio apartment, the open layout, and thoughtfully placed furniture make the space super comfortable for two guests. There’s also a fully stocked kitchenette for all of your cooking needs and plenty of seating for some R&R.

9. Casa de Zia

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Why you should stay: Spacious private home boasting a large fenced-in, pet-friendly yard with relaxing hot tub.

  • Sleeps: 9
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: yes

Casa de Zia is one of the best Airbnb rentals in Moab for large groups traveling with a beloved furry friend. This 3-bedroom, 2-bath expansive home comfortably hosts large groups of up to nine guests and does so in style. On the premises, guests love the indoor fireplace, outdoor fire pit, BBQ grill, hot tub and heated indoor pool that’s open year-round.

And on top of all that, the home is only three blocks away from the main street, yet surrounded by an empty lot promising peace and quiet while still close to the action. This Utah Airbnb truly has everything anyone could ever need for a memorable vacation.

10. Red Rock Teardrop Trailer

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Why you should stay: A comfortable camping experience at the campsite of your choice, with free trailer delivery!

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: yes

If you’re looking for a unique place to stay in Moab, look no further than this Red Rock teardrop trailer. What makes this Airbnb rental so unique is that you have complete freedom to choose where to stay in Moab, it just needs to be trailer accessible. With your booking, the hosts will drop off this luxury camper RV wherever you’d like – no need to have a car rental that can pull RVs!

This camper has a cozy queen bed, storage space cabinets, and a fully stocked outdoor kitchen. It even has an indoor propane heater to keep you toasty warm on chilly desert nights. This Red Rock trailer is ready for your Moab glamping experience.

11. Downtown Moab Home

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Why you should stay: A roomy home with vaulted ceilings, modern touches, and tons of natural light.

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights
  • Pets allowed: no

This impressive downtown Moab home is an architectural dream. As you step inside, you’re immediately taken by the tall ceilings and large windows that let natural light pour inside, creating an inviting atmosphere. As a home that’s only a few years old, the kitchen’s stainless steel appliances and granite countertops are sparkling clean for a high-end stay.

Apart from the interior’s three bedrooms and two baths, there’s also a lofted workspace for those who need to get some work done during their visit. Guests also rave about how close the home is to the city center and local bike shop.

Plan Your Trip to Moab, Utah

With your cozy Airbnb in Moab all booked and ready to go, it’s time to focus on the fun part – the best things to do in Moab! There’s truly no shortage of memorable experiences to be had for all travelers in this fabulous desert getaway. Check out our top list of Moab attractions to help you plan your trip.

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