The Super 8 located in Bloomfield, New Mexico welcomes you to the captivating gateway of natural splendor of the Four Corners area. Relive ancient civilizations at Salmons Ruins, Chaco Culture National Historical Park, Canyon De Chelly or Mesa Verde National Park. Enjoy world-class bass, trout and salmon fishing in the quality waters of the San Juan River. Navajo Lake State Park affords exceptional boating and fishing opportunities while an incredibly scenic journey awaits you on the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad. Visit the Four Corners National Monument and have your photo taken touching four states at one time or ski and snowboard at Purgatory ski area. Within a few short miles of the Super 8 you will find recreational, educational and entertainment possibilities. Begin your adventure each day with our Superstart breakfast and allow our staff to pamper you while you enjoy your stay at our customer is number one facility The Bloomfield, New Mexico Super 8 is looking forward to hosting your next visit to the Northwestern New Mexico area. We are nestled in the picturesque San Juan River Valley, within site of Colorados San Juan Mountains and the desert highlands of Arizona and Utah. This is the perfect place for enjoying unforgettable outdoor recreation and travel adventures. The San Juan River is one of the finest tail water fisheries in America holding more than 80,000 trout. We are also located in Native American Country, home to the largest Indian reservation, the Navajo Nation as well as the Zuni, Acoma, Laguna Pueblo and Jicarilla Apache Nation. Our inn is centrally located right on the crossroads of Hwy 550 and 64, walking distance to many restaurants. We offer Free High Speed Internet, complimentary continental breakfast and our friendly staff is available 24 hours a day.We will accept pets 25 pounds and under, and no more than 2 pets. A per stay non-refundable charge of $15.00 applies.
Clean and pleasant staff. Bed was extremely comfortable.
The air conditioner fan was extremely noisy. That's really the only negative area with our stay.
We called ahead to make sure the rooms were double. Somehow they lost the memo and we had to scramble a bit. It worked out Ok in the end. However one of the 'non smoking' rooms smelled strong of stale smoke. The continental breakfast was very minima
The concern for my sister being handicapped, hotel employees were wonderful hostesses and listened to our concerns, others too. They were friendly, professional, happy young women.
Constant barking of dog in rm to right at top of stairs. It barked absolutely constantly from 8:30pm until 10:45pm, was very annoying. No dog, no matter the need should be allowed to suffer that kind of trauma, neither of guests listening to it.
the room was clean and the beeakfast was good.
it would have been nice to have a small work out room.
Quick check in and out. Breakfast
Attempted to clean our rooms twice and left it trashed no towels, bed sheets, soaps,
we appreciated the cleanliness of the entire building.
Didn't like the breakfast area right at the desk / check in area. It was a little too cold inside the room when we first arrived. On a hot day I'm sure we would have appreciated the cold air, but it had been a stormy day so it felt cold and damp.
lots of road construction
Clean room, comfortable bed and housekeeping got us more pillows. Fresh fruit, yogurt,and pastries in a package that you can microwave. Toaster with bagels and toast and waffles. Really friendly staff. Quiet room even with construction on road.
Was convinent location to where I wanted to visit.
It was a pretty good place overall. Not too far from multiple restaurants, a grocery store, and a gas station. The room smelled decent, and was fairly clean. The lobby was worn down, and the hotel was filled with oil field workers. Other than that, a great place to stay for the money.