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All reviews sausage great value room was clean travel lodge pancakes pancake machine petrified forest place to stay indoor pool complimentary breakfast next morning would definitely stay here again nice breakfast coffee pot staff was friendly stayed here for one night national park
Saw one bad review, but we saw none of the problems it described. We had a nice room with a larger than usual bathroom with a window. Sink and counter area quite large and outside of bathroom. Good shower with soft water. Expanded breakfast with...More
I stayed here after asking for a refund over the historic WigWam motel also on 66 (see that review) in Holbrook. This was $10 cheaper (using the Wyndham app) the room was a bit tight but everything in it was in good repair and working...More
Broken electrical receptacles, light switches, missing smoke detectors, hair on pillow cases and questionable bathroom shower. Overall our room was a mess. We checked in late and would have left but we were so tired it was not practical to do so.
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Interesting place. It’s an old motel that has been refurbished as best as possible. Clean, no bugs, decent breakfast (eggs & sausage), usual blah coffee. But one can’t fix old things... poor plumbing (water temp changes while in shower) and paper thin walls. Still, it’s...More
The family that owns this hotel was so nice and accommodating, and the front desk staff was helpful and friendly. They made me feel as if they were truly there if I needed anything, and that I was safe. The rooms were a GREAT value....More
Response from UtahDaytripper | Reviewed this property |
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