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I normally stay in big-name hotels, so I was initially cautious of this place. Rest assured (no-pun intended), this place is great. parking isn't necessarily right in front of the door but adequate. The rooms are exactly what you want when staying off Route 66....More
We were on a major road trip from Texas to the Grand Canyon and back by way of Roswell and Carlsbad Caverns. It was time to stop for the night, and Holbrook was it for several miles. I pulled up TripAdvisor and saw that this...More
Our room was full of character, well appointed and very clean. The hosts are personable and helpful.
Great location close to Petrified Forest NP. Nice breakfast and real plates and silverware. Way better than the average chain motel.
Nice owners run the place and greet you for breakfast. Good breakfast - rolls, juice, scrambled eggs. Basic, but hot and good.
Rooms are very clean, very well maintained.
Parking is reserved by room, so that was great that we always had the same place...More
What a pleasant surprise. It was like stepping back to a time when my parents would load us all up in the car and we would be off to enjoy our great country. The rooms are out of the 60/70s but with all the latest...More
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I love the sound of trains, so I had the window open. The crossing is down the road so the horn won't wake you up. You can hear it go by but that is part of the Route 66 experience and charm. BNSF Railroad (Burlington... More
I love the sound of trains, so I had the window open. The crossing is down the road so the horn won't wake you up. You can hear it go by but that is part of the Route 66 experience and charm. BNSF Railroad (Burlington Northern Santa Fe) is a 24 hour operation.
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