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Stayed at the Wagon Wheel last July. Booked room number 22, the whirlpool suite. Fantastic. Very simple, yet sophisticated. Can't wait to visit again! Anyone reading negative reviews needs to remember this: the Wagon Wheel is a unique, 'antique' motel ! You're not going to...More
We arrived at our reserved Motel here just after 7:00pm . The atmosphere is fantastic. The flashing neon wagon wheel and the quaint little room was like being back in the 50's. Unit 10 is a very tiny room with a single double bed, firm...More
Thank Larry C
Response from wagonette, Owner at Wagon Wheel MotelResponded 1 week ago
Thank you so much for your review. We are glad you braved the winter cold to stay with us.
I agree with other recent reviewers praising the charm of this well-maintained accommodation; I will add that it is situated next to a great BBQ joint and a short walk to an historic Route 66 diner. And if you do go to the diner for...More
I had a very nice & clean room, great service, & I could feel the history of Route 66 living within the grounds & buildings. The connected cabin aspect is lost today, & it was great to experience it. Also very close to many amenities,...More
If your looking for the oldest motel on Route 66 this is the place for you. Don't expect much in the way of luxury but its a cute place to stay. Its been around since the 1930's and is very charming. It has a cute...More
Response from wagonette, Manager at Wagon Wheel MotelResponded 3 December 2017
Thank you for your revue and we are sorry we were not at the office when you checked out. There is a number on the front door and someone living on the premises which is also like in the early days!
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Cuba is a neat little place - Missouri Hicks barbecue and Shelley's café breakfast were great. Murals around town are good and the world's largest rocking chair at Fanning worth seeing. There is a really good shop/general... More
Cuba is a neat little place - Missouri Hicks barbecue and Shelley's café breakfast were great. Murals around town are good and the world's largest rocking chair at Fanning worth seeing. There is a really good shop/general store beside the rocker.