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My 5-star review is based on the fact that while in the hotel, I totally felt like I was back in the 50's. Sure, it is not a plush hotel, and it doesn't have a lot of amenities, but that's the way it was back...More
We stayed in the Alan Ladd room of the main hotel...Shane! The room was tiny, the bathroom more so, but both were very clean and the beds were really comfortable. Food in the dining room was just fine. We must have spent well over an...More
Built in 1936 for the brother of D. W. Griffith, it was favorite digs of movie stars from the 40s and the 50s. The area being perfect for scenery, many movies were filmed here. What amazes me more than anything is how little the stars...More
One of those places that is a must for a Route 66 roadtrip if only for the impressive entrance lobby. Booked in for one night on our Flagstaff to Albuquerque leg in the Marx bothers suite. On arrival the receptionist was a bit surly and...More
It was a great change of pace to stay here. The rooms were clean and a great look back in time to how things used to be. The staff was helpful, which is good because they have to operate the old elevator (which was in...More
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Yes, the above number is correct. 1-505-863-9311. If you are traveling this area and headed west towards Winslow, AZ I would recommend stopping at La Posada, also on Route 66 for lunch or dinner. It is delicious and the... More
Yes, the above number is correct. 1-505-863-9311. If you are traveling this area and headed west towards Winslow, AZ I would recommend stopping at La Posada, also on Route 66 for lunch or dinner. It is delicious and the place is serene. This hotel looks lovely but didn't stay here but will the next time I am in the area.