We travel for work building wind turbines so of course you have to stay at at hotel or a camper. Quite a few of our buddies and my father in law stayed here and completely regret our decision. His dad rented one of the cabins while he was there. They charged him 400 bucks for blankets and towels. They knew his father had money because he works in wind so they accused him of stealing everything when we didnt. Plus they didnt like him. The cleaning lady has a horrible attitude as well. She was extremely rude. It doesnt matter how friendly your being she just has a nasty attitude that makes you not want anything to do with her. My boyfriend and I stayed at his place to visit since our camper was in Albuquerque. I went to do laundry and she immediately started acting like I wasnt gonna pay and wondering why I'm trying to use the washer since I wasnt a resident. She said we werent allowed to visit and we cant spend the night because were not residents even though his father paid for the room. She lied to the owner saying my boyfriend and I were rude and disrespectful. Even though shes the reason we got a little bit upset. The cleaning lady didnt even clean the room and she stole your stuff. She did the same thing to everyone else I know who stayed there as well. Wind companies are how these small hotels make money and noone should give them their business. They're grimey, shady and they need to fire the cleaning lady. Shes rude, shes on drugs since I caught her hitting a meth pipe, shes a thief and a liar. DO NOT GO THERE. THEYRE SUPER RUDE!…
Kevin and Ruth are awesome people. We stayed here 4 months on the wind farm repower project. Good spots we had a 50/30 full hook up. They are upgrading all the electric to be 50/30. Never an issue. They have a shower house and some rooms plus a couple cottages. Eaay in and out. Not a lot in mountainair, but it's a good RV park. Thanks Kevin and Ruth.
After finding myself somewhat lost in dark and inclimate weather, I had resigned myself to sleeping in the back of my Jeep, since I was exhausted and about 50 miles off track. When I called to tell the Lodge that I wouldn't be there, they insisted on talking me in and waiting up for me to make sure that I was safe. The room was cozy and rustic, with all the amenities that I needed, most of all a comfy bed to fall into at the end of a long day and drive. I enjoyed the endless coffee in the morning after a good rest. There's just nothing bad to say about this place, or owners Kevin and Mrs Kevin. (oooops, didn't catch her name) They are both awesome!
Great little place. We have stayed both at the motel and the RV park. Quaint and friendly! Great little patio area for guests with bbq grills, picnic tables etc. Great little grocery nearby to grab a couple of local steaks and enjoy your own dinner.
On our latest visit to Mountainair, we stayed at the Turner Inn. Just off US 60 on the east edge of town. Lots of utility work being done in the area, so many of the workers are staying in the area. But bringing $ to town which is nice. Our room was small, but quite nice. Kitchenette and comfy queen bed. The Turners are amongst the many friendly residents...and so you can't go wrong for the price.