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A lot of the hotels in Mojave are along the highway (C14) so it’s very busy with trains and trucks around the clock.
The Desert Inn is down a side road and away from the noise. That would be it’s best feature.
The bed was...More
Most of the time we (german couple) camped on our roadtrip in the west, but a night in a motel as seen as in countless US-movies and tv-shows was part of our bucketlist.
We can say: Good choice! We slept better than in Las Vegas....More
My husband, a friend and I stayed here for a night on our way from Joshua Tree to Sequoia Park. After having booked a more expensive place and being treated terribly by the owner, we felt SO much better in this very basic motel, as...More
If you are expecting something fancy do not stay here!! The place was clean but clearly dated (the shower seemed like nobody had brushed or detail clean the walls for a long time though). Breakfast is none existent, more like one gallon of milk and...More
Mojave was my second to last destination on my journey back to LAX. It was convenient and also had the fourth aviation boneyard on my tour.
I went out with my camera as I did on every stop but soon high tailed it back to...More
$55 - $56 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I think the rooms were located at the parking lot level. The bathroom door was not wide enough to allow a wheelchair, there was no grab bar by the toilet and the shower did not have any grab bars. The room was small and... More
I think the rooms were located at the parking lot level. The bathroom door was not wide enough to allow a wheelchair, there was no grab bar by the toilet and the shower did not have any grab bars. The room was small and compact, so you would have items to hold while walking around if needed, but it did not have enough space to move around in a wheelchair. Perhaps the motel does offer a handicap accessible room, but I did not request that. However, I would call the Desert Inn directly to confirm this. You don't need any special licenses, visas, etc. to stay at a hotel in the US. What visas etc. you need to visit the US would depend upon your citizenship of a foreign country.
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"Usual motel set up with the standard motor court set up. All thr rooms appear the same."