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MUNGER MOSS MOTEL -  A great vintage Mom and Pop motel located on Route 66 in Lebanon, Missouri. Sparkling clean rooms, outdoor seasonal pool, and friendly hospitality for travelers along the Mother Road. 
1336 East Route 66
Lebanon, Missouri 65536
Phone: 417-532-3111

THE BLUE SWALLOW MOTEL - While cruising Route 66, be sure to stop in and enjoy an evening's rest at the famous Blue Swallow Motel in Tucumcari, New Mexico. This vintage motor court on the Mother Road was built in 1939, and continues to proudly serve travelers from around the world. Owners Dale and Hilda Bakke were the recipients of the 2003 Cyrus Avery Award, which was presented to them for their long faithful hours and heartfelt efforts in the restoration of the Blue Swallow Motel. Don't miss out! Be sure to include in your lodging plans for a night's stay at this icon motel and experience the days of yesteryear. You'll be glad that you did!
815 East Tucumcari Blvd., Tucumcari, NM. 88401


ROUTE 66 WIGWAM MOTEL - Looking for a unique Route 66 experience?  A great way to enhance your family's journey amazing and memorable is by spending a night in a teepee at the impressive Wigwam Motel.  This historic landmark is under new ownership with renovated rooms.
2728 W. Foothill Blvd., Rialto, CA. 92376
Contact: Manoj
Phone: 909-721-3949

STAGECOACH TRAILS GUEST RANCH -  The ranch consists of a main Frontier Lodge and Hualapai Dining Room/Kitchen with a beautiful courtyard separating the two buildings. There are two separate guest buildings, housing 10 guest rooms total. There are also two "Family Homes" with two bedrooms, two baths, a living room, and a fireplace in each unit. These "Family Homes" can accommodate four to eight
guests. In addition, there is a general store, a tack room, stables and an arena area for the horses, a basketball hoop, pool table, horseshoe pit, swimming pool and hot tub.
P.O. Box 580, Yucca, Arizona 86438
Phone: 928-727-8270 or Toll Free: 866-444-4471, FAX: 866-728-3016


LA LOMA MOTEL - The La Loma Motel is an authentic vintage motel, being a favorite rest stop in Santa Rosa, New Mexico for travelers along Route 66 since the 1930's. You'll be interested to know that after all these years the La Loma is still operated by the same family... the Campos family. So you know you'll receive the same warm and friendly hospitality of days gone by.
761 Parker Avenue, Santa Rosa, New Mexico 88435
Phone: 505-472-4379   
ROUTE 66 HOTEL AND CONFERENCE CENTER - The Route 66 Hotel and Conference Center is locally owned and operated in the heart of Springfield, Illinois on the historic Route 66. Take a nostalgic trip into the past while you stay with us. Our beautifully remodeled facility features a unique "mini museum" with an array of vehicles, motorcycles, road signs and articles from the recent past. Our lobby features a Route 66 Giftshop.
625 E. Saint Joseph Street, Springfield, Illinois 62703
Toll Free: 888-707-8366 or Phone: 217-529-6626, Fax: 217-529-4666


BOTTGER MANSION OF OLD TOWN BED AND BREAKFAST -  Come and enjoy the comfort and romance of the award-winning, historic Bottger Mansion. Albuquerque's favorite Bed and Breakfast is located within walking distance of museums and parks and less than two miles to the Albuquerque Botanical Gardens, the Zoo, downtown Convention Center, theaters, and nightclubs on Central Avenue --the Old Route 66.
110 San Felipe NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico  87104
Phone: 505-243-3639 or Toll Free: 800-758-3639   FAX: 505-243-4378


EL VADO MOTEL - We invite you to be our guest as you discover the charm and hospitality of Old Town and Albuquerque, New Mexico. El Vado, is the purest surviving Route 66 motel in Albuquerque, faces "The Main Street of America," a it has since 1937. Our enclosed motor court is a reminder of days gone by and the Neon Indian is known worldwide. Built in 1937 it is listed on the National and State Historic Registers. Our 33 connecting suites and family units are all built of adobe bricks in the Pueblo Revival Style and are sure to give travelers along Route 66 a most wonderful night's stay.
2500 Central Avenue SW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104
Phone: 505-243-4594   FAX: 505-248-1086
THE RED GARTER BED AND BAKERY - The Red Garter proudly offers lodging and a small town bakery in a beautifully restored 1897 saloon and bordello. This two-story Victorian Romanesque brick building with twelve foot ceilings, skylights and antique furnishings captures the 1890's old western atmosphere without giving up the comfort and security expected by today's traveler. The Grand Canyon Railway steam train departs daily from across the street. Art galleries, shops and great restaurants are scattered throughout the neighborhood along historic Route 66.
137 Railroad Avenue, Williams, Arizona 86046
Phone: 928-635-1484 or Toll Free: 800-328-1484
NORRIS MOTEL - Welcome to the Norris Motel and experience genuine British Hospitality. We're located on Route 66 at the western edge of Historic Williams, and offer great panoramic views of Bill Williams Mountain. Norris Motel offers a variety of accommodations, sleeping 1 to 8 persons. All guest rooms have telephones and air conditioning, and most have refrigerators, computer outlets and FAX services.
1001 West Bill Williams Avenue, Williams, Arizona 86046
Phone: 520-635-2202 or Toll Free: 800-341-8000  FAX: 520-635-9202


THE GRAND MOTEL - The Grand Motel is a route 66 treasure on the National Register of Historic Places built in 1936. Rooms with 1, 2, and 3 beds are available. Spanish revival architecture and carports. Our Gateway Motel is located across the street. It is a typical small strip motel from the 1940's.
234 E. U.S. Route 66, Williams, Arizona 86046
Phone: 928-635-4601 or Toll Free: 877-635-4601 or Toll Free: 800-635-9590

ROUTE 66 COTTAGE - A bed and breakfast cottage featuring a Route 66 theme. Burma shave signs welcome you, then into the drive-in theater living room, personal diner eating area and more.
308 S. Maple, Bristow, Oklahoma 74010

- At Arizona's Grandest Estate, stay in the grand rooms with their beautiful furnishings and six foot long porcelain bathtubs. Wander through the gardens and the splendid ballroom, arcades, lobby and courts.  Bring your friends, children or favorite pets - you’ll all feel at home here.
303 E. Second Street (Route 66), Winslow, Arizona 86047
Phone: 928-289-4366  Fax: 928-289-3873


ROUTE 66 MOTELS - An online guide to the best mom-and-pop motels on Route 66. From concrete tepees to historic hotels where the stars once slept, is designed to connect weary travelers with the best lodgings the Mother Road has to offer.

MOTEL GUIDE -  This site is dedicated to promoting Mom and Pop motels along the two lane highways.


JAZZ INN BED AND BREAKFAST - The JazZ Inn is a 100 year-old home creatively and comfortably restored as a bed & breakfast. While staying at the JazZ Inn: Sleep on sun-dried sheets, eat a hearty breakfast, play the grand piano, relax in our cactus & sculpture garden oasis, groove on classic, contemporary & native New Mexican art, savor a world class lunch or dinner across the street at the renowned Artichoke Cafe, walk or take the trolley to Old Town, museums, galleries, Aquarium, Biopark, Zoo, University of New Mexico, downtown nightlife & unique shopping.
111 Walter NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102
Phone: 505-242-1530 or Toll Free: 888-529-9466

EL RANCHO HOTEL - Stay At The El Rancho Hotel in Gallup, New Mexico for an enjoyable lodging experience along the route! You will certainly enjoy a night's stay at this vintage National Historic Site hotel.
1000 East Highway 66, Gallup, New Mexico 87301
Phone: 800-543-6351 Within U.S.A    Phone: 505-863-9311 Outside U.S.A   FAX: 505-722-5917
WIGWAM VILLAGE MOTEL - A wonderful vintage and TeePee style motel built in the 1930's located along Old Route 66 in Holbrook, Arizona. There are fifteen Wigwams, each with a diameter of 14 feet at the base and a height of 32 feet. Don't miss this historic lodging location while traveling Arizona Route 66.
811 West Hopi Drive, Holbrook, Arizona 86025
Phone: 928-524-3048

- This wonderful icon motel in Vega, Texas has been along side of the Mother Road since  1947. The vintage lodging location, complete with personal auto garages, has always welcomed Route 66 travelers in search of a clean and comfortable room after a long day's drive along Route 66. Your hosts, Harold and Tresa Whaley, have been the historic property's owners and caretakers since 1988, and welcome you to check in for a good night's sleep at the Vega Motel.
1005 Vega Blvd. (Route 66), Vega, Texas 79092
Phone: 806-267-2205

KOA CAMPGROUNDS - CLINTON / ELK CITY - OKLAHOMA -  Get your kicks on Route 66 where the Mother Road runs right past this campground. Stretches of this fabled road run between Clinton and Elk City, featuring two Route 66 Museums. At this beautiful and peaceful KOA, park your RV on one of many long, level, paved and shady RV sites. Or pitch a tent on a grassy site. Take a short walk to Clinton Lake, known for sand bass and crappie fishing, or a short drive to Foss Lake, also known for its bass fishing. Relax at the pool, enjoy the playground and let your pet romp in the fenced pet area. Enjoy breakfast or dinner in the dining room or take it back to your RV.

KOA CAMPGROUNDS - ROUTE 66 SELIGMAN - ARIZONA -  Nostalgia’s definitely the mood in Seligman. The delightful time-warp town straddles one of the few remaining stretches of Route 66, where vintage motor courts and signs hark back to the early days of cross-country motoring. Stop at Delgadillo’s Snow Cap for a malt, just as folks did in the 1950s. In spring, cheer on hundreds of classic cars as they take off on the popular Fun Run to Topock. (Reserve your site early for this event.) Collect all sorts of souvenirs in town and at KOA’s campground store.
801 East Highway 66, Seligman, Arizona 86337
Phone: 928-422-3358  or Toll Free: 800-562-4017


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