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We stayed at Wrangler Inn for two nights. The room was fine and the staff was nice. There is free parking and wifi. The restaurant next door was really good, we had a nice breakfast there. There's a gas station and shops and fast food...More
Older motel right along the Missouri River. The room was clean and basic, no frills. Beautiful views and several eating options within walking distance. We were able to get last minute reservations with no problem. Friendly staff.
The room was old but was clean. The bed wasn't very comfortable, and the blanket was thin. When I turned up the heat, it stuck up the room like a really hot smell, so I had to turn it down. The Internet was very, very...More
I made reservations for 2 rooms for 3 nights one being a handicap room. When we checked in the reservations were only for 1 night. The handicap room was booked for the third night. They were able to get a room next to it that...More
We stayed at Wrangler Inn for the 9th night of our 22 day trip. It is an older hotel in need of some TLC but the room was clean, the bed was fairly comfortable and it had great water pressure and hot water for showers...More
US$ 102 - US$ 123 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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There are no charging stations outside that I noticed, and to run a cord into the room would leave either the door or the window ajar. I killed about a zillion gnats and some mosquitoes inside the room after we got... More
There are no charging stations outside that I noticed, and to run a cord into the room would leave either the door or the window ajar. I killed about a zillion gnats and some mosquitoes inside the room after we got in. I wouldn't want to leave any opening for more of them myself.