I have been past the Sahara Motel many times on trips through southern Arizona so I decided to try it. I was on a motorcycle and travelling solo. I spoke with Ms. Nancy and was told I would be expected. My room was small, clean and very adequate, even including a small kitchenette. It is a place that caters to repeat clientele of mostly retirees from up in the northern tier of the United States. Everyone was friendly and it reminded me of the motor courts I stayed in while growing up in northern Nevada and eastern Idaho. The place was built in about 1951 or so. I enjoyed the atmosphere and it is a great value with no frills. The only downside were the folks next door to me. They were a young family of a male, female and a very noisy brat. But, given the incredibly abusive language I heard the male direct at the female in the presence of the child, I can't blame the kid for being just what he was. Was a time, such language in the presence of women and children was not tolerated and their were physical consequences. Young folks today deserve what they get I guess. I would definitely recommend this place to any traveller and will certainly be going back.