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The building itself was really nice and full of history, but the restaurant was a big disappointment. Only thing which deserve a mention was a salsa sauce and the Merlot. Food, which I had a Mexican and my husband a steak, were awful. I can’t...More
Response from Trail818858, General Manager at El Rancho Hotel & MotelResponded 6 days ago
Thank you for choosing the El Rancho Hotel for your recent stay. I am happy you enjoyed the history of the hotel, I sincerely apologize for falling short of not only your expectation in the restaurant, but ours as well. The feedback you...More
The El Rancho is stuck in its 30s heyday and needs a good spruce and updating. This particularly applies to the bedrooms and if you want a plush en suite go elsewhere. That being said for one night as part of a Route 66 experience...More
We were told it was one of the oldest hotels in town with a rich history and that is pretty visible on the inside. Lots of movie stars have spend the night there. The authentic interior design gives you that feeling of going back in...More
This hotel is definitely dated but that's part of it's charm. The lobby is great, full of authentic New Mexico style decorations to look at. Very high ceilings that go up to the 2nd floor. Plenty of photo ops. There are 2 staircases that lead...More
Interesting place but facilities in main building are quite dated. No coffee in the room. Very small bathroom. Personally I would stop in for a meal and check out the place but stay with more modern facilities.
Response from Charmaine P | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the above number is correct. 1-505-863-9311. If you are traveling this area and headed west towards Winslow, AZ I would recommend stopping at La Posada, also on Route 66 for lunch or dinner. It is delicious and the... More
Yes, the above number is correct. 1-505-863-9311. If you are traveling this area and headed west towards Winslow, AZ I would recommend stopping at La Posada, also on Route 66 for lunch or dinner. It is delicious and the place is serene. This hotel looks lovely but didn't stay here but will the next time I am in the area.