RedStar @ StellaRuby Cottages occupies the main floor of the house and features a wide-open floor plan with living and dining areas sharing the same light, airy space.
Just a half block off Moab's lively main drag, RedStar puts you within walking distance of just about everything in town. Step out the back gate in the morning for a potent jolt from Wicked Brew. Stroll across the street for devastating breakfast burritos and a chat with the locals at Love Muffin Cafe. Lounge around Arches Bookstore with a cup of tea and a good read, all without having to drive.
With plenty of room to whip up a grand feast, RedStar is ideal for those evenings when you'd prefer to stay in. Enjoy a pre-dinner drink on the back deck and fire up the grill as the shadows grow long and the sun falls behind red-rock spires. Collapse on the sofa and throw your feet up (shoes off, please) to take in the game or a movie. When you're ready to turn in, stumble just a few steps to the king bed and rest up for the next day's adventures.
Comfort and convenience--both needs satisfied at RedStar.
How many superlatives can be used to describe Moab? An oasis along the Colorado, Moab is the entry point for one of the must naturally stunning areas on earth. Nearby Arches and Canyonlands National Parks are well know for awe-inspiring natural rock formations and fantastic hiking. Dead Horse Point State Park offers fantastic vistas into the twisting canyon carved by the Colorado.
Moab is also the reigning mountain bike capital of America, if not the world. The renowned Slickrock Trail, Poison Spider Rim, Amassa Back and many more challenge riders both novice and professional. If you go on vacation to move around a bit and see completely unique places, Moab and the surrounding area offer a thrill that sends all visitors home burnt, winded and wonderfully satisfied.
Moab is a city in Grand County, in eastern Utah, in the western United States. It is 233 miles (374 km) southeast of Salt Lake City and 354 miles (569 km) west of Denver, Colorado, about 30 miles South of Interstate 70 at the intersection of U.S. Route 191 and State Route 128. The population was 4,779 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Grand County. Moab hosts a large number of tourists every year, mostly visitors of the Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, which are located close by. The town is also a popular base for mountain bikers who come to ride the extensive network of trails including the famed Slickrock Trail, and off-roaders who come for the annual Moab Jeep Safari.