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I'm doing a road trip ... all i want is a place to pit stop. Motel 6 is a budget chain so I have no idea why people complain that it's run like a basic motel. You want luxury - spend another $100/night and you'll...More
I actually enjoyed this Motel6. Well located, stores around, helpful employees. My room was not too bad. I even decided to stay one more night.
Obviously, don't expect too much from a Motel and don't forget to go grab your free coffee before 11pm !
Well I have not stayed in a Motel 6 in a long time. But let me say I forgot how very basic they are. My room was smaller than my cruise ship room for my cruise last month on Princess. The towels were small and...More
We stayed here just one night before beginning a long backpacking trip on the Tahoe Rim Trail. It was a chance to acclimate to the higher elevation of the mountains. Motel 6 is not known for being fancy, but this one was actually a cut...More
Cheap, affordable, near to everything. It's a motel there is not much to say really. It is opposite a place to buy food and you can walk to a locals bar. The place was clean and it takes pets which is always great. Sadly, it...More
US$53 - US$162 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Going anti-clockwise round the lake on Highway 50 onto Highway 89 via Camp Richardson and Emerald Bay takes less than 30 minutes. In winter that is an issue as near Emerald Bay it shuts frequently for avalanche control... More
Going anti-clockwise round the lake on Highway 50 onto Highway 89 via Camp Richardson and Emerald Bay takes less than 30 minutes. In winter that is an issue as near Emerald Bay it shuts frequently for avalanche control clearance but in summer should be fine. Going clockwise round the lake Highway 50 onto Highway 28 via Incline Village and Tahoe City takes 55 minutes. On approach to Emerald Bay there are sharp hairpin climbing bends with no barriers in places so don't go too crazy speed wise. Have fun there and don't spend too much in the casinos.
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"I would suggest requesting a room along the back of the building. We were in 130s."