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We were on the way down to the bottom of Grand canyon. Wanted to book Hualapai Lodge, but the railroad close by did not promise good sleep. So, we got it in Supai Motel. Yes, this place is old and basic, but what would you...More
I think this motel only survives because of people who don't have other options for the night. Everything in the room looked old and worn down. I was lucky I stayed for only one night on my way to Grand Canyon. To be honest, Supai...More
In looking for a motel to stay the night after the Grand Canyon, I settled on the Super Motel. After deciding on doing a little jaunt on Route 66 the next day, Seligman was the perfect place to stay. I got there a little late,...More
Cruisin’ Route 66 and stopped for the night at this cute, well maintained motel. Very nice gentleman checked us in and told us a bit about the town. Super comfortable beds and very quiet overnight. We didn’t have the breakfast included but it was available....More
Probably choosing a motel for the quality of its neon and flashing sign is not the most scientific, but it worked for me! Clean and tidy rooms, traditional but clean bathroom and shower. Our room was a comfortable King with fridge and microwave. No in-room...More