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Hidden Village Motel (Demolished)
Flagstaff, AZ
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Route 66Check out this eye catching sign at the Hidden Village Motel in Flagstaff, AZ. Located off Route 66 and next door to the Saga Motel, the Hidden Village Motel features a couple of arrows that point the way into the office and the orange color is certainly eye-catching.

Well we can use past tense words now as the Hidden Village Motel was demolished. The location will be the home to either a couple of big hotels or mixed use development, it's hard to tell. 09-21

 

 

High Desert Inn (Closed)
Kingman, AZ
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Route 66The High Desert Inn is one of the Route 66 motels located on the east end of the city at 2803 E. Andy Devine Ave. The High Desert Inn was built in 1940 and redone in 1955 back when it was called the Ranchito Motel.

The Hi Desert Inn is no more these days. The last time I passed through in 2021, the sign was gone though the frame was still there. Yet another of the old Route 66 motels is now gone. 09/21

 

 

El Pueblo Motor Inn
Flagstaff, AZ
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Route 66The El Pueblo Motor Inn is an old motor court that has served travelers for many a year. In this case, the El Pueblo opened its doors in 1936 to serve the folks driving along the popular Route 66.

 

The sign for the El Pueblo Motor Inn advertises kitchenettes and low prices, words that are attractive to vacationers looking for convenience and a good buy. The sign for this motel has stood the test of time. Word is the motel will be renovated soon. Back in 2018, there were rumors that the motel would be converted into a Code Talkers Museum. 09-21

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Romney Motel
Seligman, AZ
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Route 66Check out the Holbrook Inn located in the Route 66 area of Holbrook, AZ. The Holbrook Inn was part of the Budget Host chain when these photos were taken.

The Holbrook Inn originally was named the Pope Inn back in the day. The motel is still around to this date. 09-21

 

A view of the front of the motel
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Williams Motel (Gone)
Williams, AZ
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Route 66Here is the sign for the Williams Motel. The sign advertises some goodies including coffee and donuts, cable color TV, and non smoking rooms. 09-21

 

 

Wonderland Motel (Demolished)
Flagstaff, AZ
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Route 66The Wonderland Motel opened in 1956 along busy Santa Fe Avenue also known as Route 66 in Flagstaff, AZ. Back in the day the motel was known as the motel with a view.

When this photo was taken the motel featured a playground and color cable TV as it served visitors. By around 2011 the motel was slowly being dismantled. By 2018 the motel had been demolished. 09/11

 

 

 

 

Siesta Motel
Kingman, AZ
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Route 66Travel through Kingman, AZ and you won't be able to miss the Siesta Motel. The sign itself is really eye catching with the various colors on the sign. The motel itself has an adobe look.. The Sierra Motel was built in 1929.

The Siesta Motel is now known as the Sierra Apartments. 09-21

 

 

Royal Motel
Winslow, AZ
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Route 66Here area couple of shot of the sign at the Royal Motel found in Winslow, AZ. This route 66 motel features a star on top of the sign.

The Royal Motel looks like it used to be an Imperial 400 Motel back in the day. 09-21

 

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