I just stayed at the Super 8 in Moab last weekend. Happy I didnt come away with any bug bites. I guess it is time to pay a little extra to stay in a nicer hotel there in Moab.
You may have them so don't screw around, thoroughly clean anything you took into the room and take any clothes you had in there, wash thoroughly in hot water and dry on high heat. The bites may not show up for as many as nine days, so I've learned.
A good practice to follow is to never put anything on the bed but yourself. Keep your stuff in the car if possible, bring in only a change of clothes, toiletries, etc. Keep that stuff on a table or hard surface, not on any furniture. Another thing you can do is to put your luggage in a sealed plastic bag when it's in the room. That way the little fuckers can't get in and make themselves at home.
Check the room by pulling up the sheets & looking for their droppings, which are black spots on the mattress. That's dried blood and it will turn red if you put a drop of water on it. Run your thumb around the mattress seams and look for carcasses, or the friggin' bugs themselves. Look around the headboard and on the bed frame, they love those areas, too. If you see small spots of blood on the sheets in the AM, they got you, get the fuck out of there! I actually did see some the second night I stayed there and just thought they'd put a stained sheet on the bed.
I was in rm 221, btw, which is right at the top of the stairs by the front desk. Really nice, large room. Little did I know something else was staying there, too. So far doesn't look like I brought any home, but staying cautious.