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This might be the only motel in the area BUT it's a very good and reasonable place to stay. I asked to see a room before staying and that wasn't a problem. I was very happy with my room, it was clean and the bed...More
We loved this motel so we stayed in another Day's Inn the next night. Unfortunately, the one in Gallup, AZ was NOT LIKE this one. This motel even had a place to do your laundry. It was clean. The staff was friendly and helpful. I...More
Amanda at the front desk was super friendly and helpful! As a single mom traveling alone with my 10yr old daughter can be scary, Amanda explained all the amenities that relieved my stress and gave me comfort, like all interior corridors and the back door...More
This was an adventure for sure! The power was out because of a snow storm, but nothing you can do about that. The staff did their best to make us as comfortable as possible in this situation. I couldn't believe some lady was demanding her...More
US$72 - US$104 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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13 September 2014|
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No, we traveled old Route 66 from Chicago to LA in April/May. There isn't much in way of lodging between Amarillo and Tucumcari, so we stayed at the Days Inn in Vega on a Saturday night, went to church the next morning in... More
No, we traveled old Route 66 from Chicago to LA in April/May. There isn't much in way of lodging between Amarillo and Tucumcari, so we stayed at the Days Inn in Vega on a Saturday night, went to church the next morning in Adrian and planned to eat lunch at the Midpoint Cafe, but it was closed. Had to go all the way to the New Mexico Welcome Station and picnicked there. The Days Inn was nice enough, nothing special, would stay there again.
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"There's very little to choose from in this 'small town'. Sleep, eat...go"