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If you are after a true Route 66 experience then a stay at the Munger Moss is not to miss! This classic motel is teeming with Route 66 history.
The Munger Moss has been owned and managed by Bob and Ramona Lehman since 1971. Ramona...More
We booked an overnight here on our Route 66 journey, knowing it was a legendary place and hoping it lived up to its billing. It certainly did!
From its giant vintage neon sign to the friendly welcome and homely old-school room, it is every inch...More
This motel is a post war survivor on Route 66. Despite it’s authentic links to the past it is comfortable, clean and cozy. Beds and bathrooms are updated and wifi is free. Good spot for those interested in trying time travel!
Bob and Ramona are the best of the best on Route 66. They make their guests feel welcome, while providing clean, comfortable and reasonably priced accommodations. It doesn't get any better than that. And, they have been doing it together for nigh on to 50...More
The Munger Moss is exactly what you expect from a Route 66 Motel. A very friendly owner, wholly committed to customer service and the history of Route 66.
There are about 90 rooms available and it was probably about 2/3rds full when we checked in....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.