A recent trip found me in Pocahontas Arkansas looking for a place for the night. I was recommended Rock n Roll motel from another motel that had no vacancies. I'm glad I stayed and would definitely stay again.
Traveled across the USA and over seas. Stayed in upscale and “no scale” along the way. On a family trip we had to make an unplanned stop...luckily here. Super clean, super nice and accommodating! Great price included.
Very nice hotel. Clean and reasonably priced. May be full during duck hunting season. Hot coffee with Limited continental breakfast, don't plan on filling up. Great for overnight stay or weekend of hunting.
My wife and I stayed here over Thanksgiving. It was clean, but the comforters did show some wear. One of ours had holes in it. It is nothing spectacular, but suited our needs. The continental breakfast was okay, but never been to one that didn't have milk. Apparently they don't have many children stay there. Make sure you check how many nights they have you down for before letting them run your credit card. They had us staying 3 nights, instead of the 2 we had reserved. They will put a hold on your card and it will stay on your card for quite some time. I finally called my credit card company to have it removed. We will stay here again when necessary. It is better than the other options in town. The people at the front desk were nice and helpful. I would recommend this motel for a night or two.…
I was on a motorcycle trip to Tennessee and was hoping I would find a decent motel in Pocahontas. I like the typical 'Mom and Pop' style motels so I can park my bike right in front of my room. Well, I found one...the Rock & Roll Hwy 67 Inn. Check in was a breeze the staff was friendly and my room was a very nice room...clean, clean, clean and updated. Turned out this motel use to be a Holiday Inn...years ago. The next morning as I was getting my bike loaded I happened to meet the owner. A very nice gentleman who has put a lot into restoring this vintage motel. Oh...I got a very good rate too! I didn't try the continental breakfast as I was on my way to Lambert's in Sikeston, Mo. YES!!!!! I would stay there again!!!