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1440 East Andy Devine Avenue, Kingman, AZ 86401, United States of America – Show map
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Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Vending Machine (drinks), Shuttle Service (surcharge), Laundry, Daily Housekeeping
Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
2:00 PM - 11:30 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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In Kingman, Arizona, 2.5 miles from Casey Jones Village Museum, this hotel offers an outdoor pool and hot tub. A gym is on site. All comfortably furnished guest rooms include free Wi-Fi.
Score from 537 reviews Very good
This Arizona motel features a seasonal outdoor pool and guest rooms with cable TV and free Wi-Fi. Travelodge Kingman is located 5 miles from Kingman Airport.
Score from 237 reviews Good
This Arizona hotel features comfortable, spacious guest rooms with free Wi-Fi and expanded cable TV. Ramada Kingman is a 15-minute drive from Kingman Airport. Guests can enjoy an outdoor pool.
Score from 556 reviews Good
This Kingman motel is less than 10 minutes’ drive from the Kingman Regional Medical Center. It features on-site dining and guest rooms with a seating area and cable TV.
Score from 154 reviews Good
The owner and wife were extremely nice. The room was old but they are in the process of updating the place. The bed was great. The room was clean. VERY QUIET. We will stay again.
The owner is very very great guy !!!
The bathroom is too old .
The service and hospitality of the owners.
Mine host awesome, lots of information on arrival. History great. It is quirky, like going back to the 60's style. Very 'America'. Do it for the experience and not for a luxury getaway. We only stayed on night, in the James Dean' room. Our colleagues stayed in the Marilyn Monroe room. Do it once, you won't forget the experience.
The staff was great! We got personal attention from the owners themselves. Loved the decor of the rooms and outside.
Everything we liked. Nothing negative to report. Suggestion would be having a mini continental breakfast.
We loved the historical factor (Route 66 history) and the owners were a riot! We got a local history lesson upon arrival and the motel dog was a cutie! The décor, inside and out was totally Route 66+ celebrity connections (if that matters to you)!
Hot water was extremely dodgy and not good for more than one shower! TV remotes were a mystery to staff and client but was eventually figured out (sorta)! For the money it was fun and worth a try! I'm sure as they continue to upgrade the facilities it will only get better and better!
This is a class Route 66 motel with a great full length Route 66 mural along one side of the property. The main rooms are themed with classic movie actors. In a great location for several Route 66 attractions.
Being a classic older motel, the property is showing it's age.
The owners were very nice, we even got to pick our own themed room, we picked Marylin Monroe. Rooms were made nicely, TV was playing a old black and white movie as we came in. The owner also gave us a history lesson about the town.
The bathroom was a bit outdated but suited the historic theme they had going.
Very friendly and informative hosts Authentic route 66 motel
It was a trip back to the 30's. Don't expect much beyond nostalgia.
Quiet, Route 66 a must stop. Friendly owners. A full kitchen.
Unique decor and fitting to location. Owners are very welcoming and knowlegable about the area. Gave us some goods tips on things to do and places to visit. We really enjoyed our stay.
Great Route 66 original motel. The couple who own the motel are so nice and make you feel so welcome. The are so passionate about the area and motel. we stayed in the Elvis room
everything, especially the hotel owner
Sleep was good,that is all we wanted after 11 hour driving
Price seemed a little high with no breakfast room
- the owner had a lot of interesting info about the history of Kingman and Route 66 - the themerooms are great
The longest route 66 murales worldwide The owners are helpfull
Fair cleanliness Rooms are quite small
The concept of revisiting history. The idea is great!
While the theme decor concept was good, it is hard to deny the building was built in the 20s and in dire need of cleaning and repair.
The themed room, the great atmosphere. Owner was very helpful and took time to explain the facilities in the area for breakfast and evening meal. Good value.
air conditioning was rather noisy.
It has all you need in a beautiful environment. Excellent service.
The whole feel of the place, with its 50s themed mural on the outside of the block and the film star theme in each room. Scrupulously clean. The owner's account of the history of the town.
The location - on a bend off a very busy road, too far from anywhere to walk.
The bathroom was very old and there was no hot water in shower!!
The classical style and "Taco" the dog ( the real star of the place!)
When we drove up after a long day, the neon lights surrounding everything made us laugh. Even though we were very late arriving, owners were waiting up for us. We got a history lesson on Kingman and the motel from the husband while the wife went and turned on our AC, "made sure everything was perfect," and even put a "funny show" on tv. We were invited to sit and visit with other guests by the pool on such a nice evening. The room was clean, but this hotel was in its heyday when Route 66 was in its heyday. It was a fun place to stay, we stayed in the Humphrey Bogart room, if you aren't a hotel snob and expect the Hilton.
This is an older hotel with tile floors, closed in shower, and no counters or plug-ins in the bathroom and no closets, though there was a place to hang up clothes.