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(updated Sept. 26, 2014)

Many good motel listings also can be found at the Route 66 Dining & Lodging Guide, published by the National Historic Route 66 Federation.

Comments are closed on this page because spammers have been getting out of hand and taxing my bandwidth. But if you see any updates that are needed on this listing, you can email me at route66news(at)yahoo(dot)com.

If you desire a chain motel:

Use Hampton Inn, as it has been a supporter of Route 66 for several years.






New Mexico




1. Jennifer Babin - July 2, 2007

After our trip down 66 I’d like to see a few more added to this list. The Americana Motel or Motel Americana (depending how you interpret the sign) just down from the Blue Swallow in Tucumcari NM. Prices were reasonable and the rooms were over the top. Also the Travel Inn in Weatherford OK, rooms were very clean, owners were wonderful and very amenable to the Rt 66’ers.

FYI to all, we stayed at the Munger Moss (everything it was recommended to be, worth the stay in the Coral Court room), The Skyliner in Stroud was awesome and very friendly, The Blue Swallow was a bit disappointing because they won’t leave the neon on and the rates have been raised to more than most of the other motor courts in the area which are just as nice or nicer, wasn’t worth it really. The Carlin-Villa was well worth the trip, again the owners were awesome and the rooms incredible. That was our experience.


2. Eyad - March 18, 2008

how ccan I get update for “Route 66″ for gulf
can you send me the link


3. Route 66 Motel - September 4, 2008

Dont forget the Historic Route 66 Motel in Barstow, California.
195 W. Main St. Barstow, CA 92311

4. D.Cloud - November 18, 2008

When we travel Route 66, we like to stay in the Mom and Pop motels. That’s what it’s all about. I know there are chains that are nice and prices good, but it’s about the Mom and Pop motels, restaurants and tourist traps that are what the Road is all about. As long as it’s clean, if it makes you think of the 40’s and 50’s, all the more better. We’ve had our best experiences and memories at the older places, not the cookie cutter motels/restaurants you see so much along the interstates. To us, these are the people that are keeping the legend alive.

5. Deed and Bruce - November 22, 2008

Two days ago we drove on old Route 66 off of New Mexico 6. We spotted the road between NM6 and the railroad tracks. An open gate beckoned us on. Amazing….about 4-5 miles of road was still there. There among the weeds and brush growing on the road. What a find! I literally cried…. We found other old alignments too. Just took some back roads and a bit of luck. Route 66 is one wonderful ride – finding the old alignments are the best. Thanks for the memories, Route 66!

6. Nancy - February 1, 2009

Traveling through Springfield MO the original hotels now seem to be run down with weekly /monthly rates and “interesting” people living there.
We decided to bypass them and stay just off W266 and I-44, at a Ramada – a chain hotel, one I usually avoid but this one was clean with friendly staff. It has an old Mom and Pop diner next to it with homemade soups and pies, a lot of food for the price. Had to take the pie to go along with leftovers from dinner.
We went W on 266 through Halltown on our way to Neosho. MO has a lot of old rock buildings as the state was, still is, fields of rocks.

7. JEB EARL - June 23, 2010

You forgot Winslow, Arizona! A neat little place to stay is Earl’s Motor Court. Here is there website: http://www.earlsmotorcourt.com

Ron - June 23, 2010

Earl’s has been on the list for a long time, Jeb.

8. CarlB - May 22, 2012
Ron Warnick - May 22, 2012

Oh, absolutely. Thanks for pointing out the oversight.

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