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All reviewsneon signthe mother roadstep back in timebowling alleymom and poproute road tripblast from the pastclassic routeher husbandrooms are cleanbathroom fixturesold friendsafter a long dayramonabobhistoryvintage
My partner and I stayed here in August 2017 as part of our Route 66 Road Trip, it was such a fantastic place to stay!
Ramona is just so lovely and we had many a chat with her (she is very knowledgeable about the area)...More
Ramona was really helpful at the check in, and the room was really nice with clean and original decorations. My daughter and I were really looking forward to staying here. My daughter called me over after lifting the mattress and doing a bedbug check (something...More
We were looking forward to this stay as the Munger Moss was pointed out as one of the good R66 motels. Both service and cleaning was low below our expectations, found several bugs on carpet floor. A tired neon sign is not enough. Sorry...
A memorable place to stay. We spent one night here and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Ramona, the owner, was most welcoming and spent time chatting with us about her experiences over the years, which we found fascinating. The room was small and clean and very...More
An overnight destination on our annual Route 66 adventure was the perfect spot for our club's 30+ Corvettes. Quiet Mom and Pop vintage motel takes you back in time.
With 47 yrs experience, owner, Ramona and her husband are proud of their business and it...More
They did have breakfast available in the lobby of the motel when we stayed there. Simple continental-type breakfast with pastries and bagels, coffee, tea. I think they even had some scrambled eggs available. Wasn't the... More
They did have breakfast available in the lobby of the motel when we stayed there. Simple continental-type breakfast with pastries and bagels, coffee, tea. I think they even had some scrambled eggs available. Wasn't the best, but was handy if you are hitting the road early.