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Our check in was very smooth. The front desk staff was very friendly. Since it was later in the day when we got there, we were told the best options for dinner. It was nice that we were informed what time the dine-in restaurants closed....More
We had a great stay at the Wetherill Inn. We had a warm welcome. We had a spacious room that was tidy and clean with comfortable beds. Also the bathroom was very clean. The breakfast was good. You have a lot of choice, everything I...More
We had never before overnighted in a Native American village, a small one at that. We had looked forward to doing this for sometimes now and we finally did it. The Weatherill Inn is a hidden gem. It is clean, very comfortable rooms, quiet and...More
We came up for business. This is a tiny community you are not going to find a luxury hotel. The staff here was excellent, nice and knowledgeable. Rooms were clean and comfortable. Nothing at all to complain about. I would stay again. Breakfast was typical...More
OK motel, overpriced except for location. Haul your luggage upstairs or hear every step of the people above you through the squeaky floors. Rooms are OK, but nothing special, breakfast is generic motel: pancake machine, bagels, bread, cereal, e tc
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Not having a pet, I am not sure, but a quick call to the hotel will get you an answer. It is a remodeled Best Western and quite comfortable. They have a full continental breakfast, but if you are looking for additional food... More
Not having a pet, I am not sure, but a quick call to the hotel will get you an answer. It is a remodeled Best Western and quite comfortable. They have a full continental breakfast, but if you are looking for additional food nearby try the diner at the corner of the main hiway and 163. Something Blue Coffee Pot, but it is closed on Sunday. The drive to Ojeto is a little long for dinner, but food is good there. I realize this is more info than you asked for, but this area is changing so fast, I thought I would share
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