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LaJunta Inn is offering accommodations in La Junta. The property is located a 18-minute walk from La Junta, 1.1 miles from North La Junta and 2.5 miles from La Junta Gardens. Exceptional service and rooms were very clean and inviting. It was great to get breakfast in the morning very quiet
Located off Highway 50, this La Junta, Colorado hotel offers an indoor pool and hot tub and free Wi-Fi in every room. Koshare Indian Museum & Trading Post is 20 minutes’ drive away. I really enjoyed the breakfast and most of the employees customer service was very welcoming and helpful.
This La Junta, Colorado motel is 5 minutes’ drive away to Otero Junior College. Arkansas Valley Regional Med Center is 1 mile away. This was an unexpected stay, but I had stayed at the Stsge coach motel before. Dispute needing a room at the last minute pretty late in the evening, I was able to rent a king bed non smoking room and paid less then when I booked weeks in advance.
Offering an indoor pool and a hot tub, this motel is 15 minutes’ drive from Bent's Old Fort National Historic Site. WiFi access is provided. A free continental breakfast is served to guests daily. I loved it there slept like a baby it was a great stay went balm and to stay again cause I was traveling and they put me on the do not rent list for no reason and couldn’t give a reason on why the manager was real rude
My stay here was just a 1 night layover on the way to my destination. Didn't see or hear of much of a reason to use it for more than just a place to rest my head before I headed to my next destination.
No water in the sink that was hot. Leak the floor by the sink was wet under carpet the heater made a loud noise. the couldn't give us a refund and that was the last room on the first floor they had left and because we booked though booking. com we couldn't get a refunded. they never should've rented that room out.
I grew up in Las Animas, graduated from High School in Las Animas, many, many years ago. I always feel very safe staying at the Hampton Inn. I have stayed there many times since it opened. My only suggestion, please have the cleaning people check and, if needed, vacuum behind the chair in the double queen rooms where the lamp is located.
We were there to move our son into his dorm at Otero Jr College. It's an older town but seems to have what you might need. The college campus is small but beautiful! We purchased melons from a farm stand in nearby Rocky Ford and they were delicious! The Daylight Donuts is really good and so was the Pizza Hut.
I ate lots of delicious food in La Junta. Its location makes trips to Bent's Fort and other recreation areas easy. I had hoped to visit a couple of museums, but they were closed due to COVID-19. We visited the City Park twice in two days. Great place to enjoy a picnic.
We go though La Junta multiple times a year on our way to our cabin near Ft. Garland. It's a good place to stop to get the items we've forgotten. In the winter, we generally stop here overnight and finish our trip the next day. Most of the hotels are very easy to access and have a wide range of prices.
The rooms were very clean, everything worked. I'd rather stay in a local motel, with friendly staff, and pay $65 per night than a large hotel, the money you pay goes to the CEO, and you pay $170 a night. I felt secured in my room as well.
Exceptional hotel for the price, clean room, very comfortable bed, had everything; coffee maker ,refrigerator, iron and hair dryer. Best hotel so far on our trip. If you want a great hotel for an affordable price THIS IS IT!
We had a long ride to reach the hotel. The staff was great! They cited options for dinner. They were spot on! The restaurant we chose had outstanding food!
The staff was very helpful and the stay was nice and peaceful. We would definitely stay again, much better than most of the hotels we stayed in on this trip.
The hotel staff was easy to work with and this was prob the nicest hotel in the area.