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Reviewed 25 October 2011

The Royal Inn in Farmington was a great find for my wife and me. It has a great location near the airport, city offices, and downtown. The motel is old, but spotlessly maintained by the family that owns and maintains the Inn. Situated on the mesa above town it is in very quiet location and with older substantial construction the rooms are quiet and much larger than in the newer chains. Frankly the decor is quite charming. For a nice change from the noisy chain motels on the main highway through town, try the Royal Inn. You will also save some money. There is no breakfast, otherwise would have given them 5 stars instead of 4, but the main street restaurants are only a few minutes drive. Highly recommend.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank bstephany
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Reviewed 14 March 2008

I've stayed at this motel for a number of years now. It was recently renamed the Royal Inn, so you can't find it as Knight's Inn. When I lived in Farmington in the 50s it was called the Basin Lodge.
It's nothing fancy. But it has more personality than typical chain motels and that's why I stay here. 50s style tile in the bathroom, but it has a separate shower and the biggest bathtub I've ever seen in a motel room. There's a separate little dressing area that has wood panelling in it; still a 50s feel, but oddball enough to be appealing. To get to your room you walk into a foyer shared by 2 rooms, which gives you some time to adjust to the weather in case it's cold, without having to walk straight outside. It faces west, and you can see Shiprock off in the distance. It's off the beaten path and quiet. If you want fancy, go somewhere else. But if you want an inexpensive room that's a bit unique, try it out.

  • Stayed: January 2008, travelled solo
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10  Thank Danno2008
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Reviewed 30 September 2010
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  • Stayed: May 2010, travelled as a couple
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