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Travel Inn Inc, Claremore

Travel Inn Inc, Claremore

The Travel Inn Inc. is a pretty generic motel but one that’s not without it’s charms: although I only wanted a room for two I was given an enormous room with three double beds and a large bathroom! If you want old fashioned mother-road-style accommodation then this isn’t for you. If you simply want a… Read More

Wagon Wheel Motel, Cuba

Wagon Wheel Motel, Cuba

One of the oldest motels on Route 66, the Wagon Wheel Motel in Cuba, Missouri, was built in 1934 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The Wagon Wheel is an old gas station with the pumps still present and accessorized with antique vehicles. Combined with the famous neon sign it makes a great… Read More

Wigwam Motel, Holbrook

Wigwam Motel, Holbrook

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Wigwam Motel in Holbrook is one of only three surviving “Wigwam Villages” in the US and one of two situated on Route 66 (the other being in Rialto, CA). The term “iconic” can be overly used when discussing Route 66 but in this instance is wholly… Read More

Wigwam Motel, San Bernardino

Wigwam Motel, San Bernardino

This Route 66 Wigwam Motel is a fun stop and is the final of 7 Wigwam Motels originally constructed (only 3 of which still exist). There are 19 wigwams available to choose from with grounds that include a swimming pool and a large grass front with over 35 palm trees surrounding the entire property. Unlike in… Read More