Good value accommodation in Kingman. My son and I stopped there after a hiking trip to the Grand Canyon. We shared a room with twin queenbeds, costing circa $55 including taxes and a basic breakfast. The room was clean and had air-conditioning. I was satisfied with the accommodation and the staff was helpful. The hotel manager also recommended a steakhouse which was good and where I received a 10% discount.
The hotel is one of a number of similarly priced budget hotels on the street. One word of warning and it no reflection on the quality of this particular hotel's accommodation, it is probably the same for all of the hotels on this street. Where the hotel is located is adjacent to a busy railway line. Trains run throughout the night and for some crazy reason the train drivers sound their horns on a regular basis. This may be regarded as quite 'charming' and add to the American Western atmosphere during the day, but in the middle of the night when the 'charming melody' is easily heard in the room?
However on a positive note, the air-conditioning unit, which needs to be run to keep the room at a reasonable temperature, is noisy and tends to drown out the noise of the train horns. Actually, it's not so bad, as one becomes used to the regular noise of the air-conditioning, the train horns become more of a background noise.
Overall, I was satisfied with the price and standard of accommodation and feel it was good value. I would consider using the hotel again.
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- Also Known As:
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- Kingman Econo Lodge