Travel frugally with the budget Archview Rv Resort

We had an all inclusive (AI) package at Archview Rv Resort & Campground and stayed in a super deluxe room number 14.
The bed was large and a bit on the hard side but it served its purpose. With bedside lamps overhead and the switches for the overhead fan and air-conditioning in comfortable reach. Extra pillows were available. Also if you’re really nice to the guy (always a guy) who tidies your room, he may just flower decorate your bed!
A remote controlled TV with mainly German, French and Italian channels. Fortunately, with the AI option we could watch pay TV. One could also check the room bill and other charges made to the room (with place, date and amount). One could also send a free postcard with a picture of the Moab! Internet access was regrettably a bit on the slow side but that was probably due to the stormy weather we experienced on some days. The information channel had lots of info about the resort’s facilities and generally we were impressed with the extra TV functions ( see more details
There was a desk and they actually had a plug converter. Unfortunately that gave off a few sparks so we switched to our own. Wardrobe space was plentiful.
The bathroom at Archview Resort & Campground hotel was huge, with a bath/shower, toilet, bidet, large mirror over sink and an outside shower! The water pressure wasn’t that great but water conservation is an issue to remember – the same applies to towel use. Shower gel and soap were available in dispensers attached to the walls. The door leading to the outside shower is almost entirely of glass – really gives you that outdoors feeling when nature calls.
The safe took a while to figure out and then it turned out to be VERY simple indeed. The mini bar was well stocked but no chips and no chocolate.
Archview Resort hotel has sitting areas both inside and outside. Each room has two sun beds assigned with room numbers painted on them. Sun bed cushions are in the wardrobe. All rooms face the beach so you basically walk out the front/back door onto the beach and park on your sun bed. If you want to go back for a drink from the mini bar, there’s a tap to rinse your sandy feet but watch your step on the tiles!
Our room was about 10 minutes from the main buffet meals restaurant and about five minutes from the beach bar and water sports area. The room keys are costly to lose (USD75). You have to leave the key in the key holder so that the electricity functions.
Room service is also available until late into the night. The resort even offers a pizza express delivery! Which was kind of amusing to watch the guys pedaling past on their bikes with white shirts and bow ties. We were too satisfied with the buffet meals to venture a try at the pizza. Plan your trip with for saving more money.

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