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If you want a clean, no bugs, no frills, inexpensive place to stay, I would recommend this place. The rooms have working fridge/freezer and microwave, are clean, and there is a coffee maker. The wi-fi worked well, there are lots of channels on the TV,...More
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Checked in late since drove from San Diego, California! Arrived at 10 PM and the staff was ready with a fast, efficient check in. Clean room, fast WIFI, and well maintained facility. Great breakfast the next day.
Our room was clean and I slept well, but the room was more dated than I expected. I chose this hotel because of the high ratings and the indoor pool. I was surprised to find that the pool was not heated. It felt like it...More
In the past we have generally avoided Travelodges because of past disappoints. However, after reading the reviews for this motel, we took a chance and were pleasantly surprised. The bed was great, the breakfast was good and the service was friendly and accommodating. Ashley at...More
I stayed here the first time in 2010 and came back in 2018. This is one of the few non-vintage motels where we stayed on a Route 66 journey. Our first experience was good so I stayed here again when I came through on business....More
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20 miles to the entrance off the HWY 180, you really do want to drive all through the park ( 28 miles ) with much to see, then back onto the I 40 for a nice round trip to and from Holbrook...also you can do a google search... More
20 miles to the entrance off the HWY 180, you really do want to drive all through the park ( 28 miles ) with much to see, then back onto the I 40 for a nice round trip to and from Holbrook...also you can do a google search, just google "distance from Holbrook AZ to Petrified Forest AZ" hope this helps