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The Motel is located just 5 minutes from the Interstate but jut far enough not to be bothered by the traffic noise. Our room was clean but basic with decent Wifi. No fridge or microwave but two upholstered chairs that rock. The mattress was on...More
We were really happy to get a room at this iconic hotel not having booked ahead. Given a 'newer' 1960's room we were delighted with the decor which bought back some memorised fro childhood.
We also felt privilege that Ramona had stayed later to greet...More
My family and I were on a cross-country Route 66 road trip and had to spend the night at the famous Munger Moss Motel to make our experience complete. Of all of the mom and pop motels I've stayed at (and I've been to a...More
I've stayed here before but I just can't say enough about this place and the husband and wife who own it. Bob and Ramona Lehman, owners for more than 40 years, have kept this place in excellent condition over the years, making it a place...More
The Munger Moss Motel has been a pin in the map for Route 66 travelers since 1946. For the last 45 years, it's been run by the same couple and their love of Mother Road history is evident throughout the motel. The grand neon sign...More
They did have breakfast available in the lobby of the motel when we stayed there. Simple continental-type breakfast with pastries and bagels, coffee, tea. I think they even had some scrambled eggs available. Wasn't the... More
They did have breakfast available in the lobby of the motel when we stayed there. Simple continental-type breakfast with pastries and bagels, coffee, tea. I think they even had some scrambled eggs available. Wasn't the best, but was handy if you are hitting the road early.