Gallup is the true gateway city, perfectly situated for easy access to regional attractions. We are only a 90 minute drive from some of the most spectacular scenery and one of a kind attractions - ideally situated for your Southwestern adventure- Day trips abound, you might have to stay longer just to see everything-A short list includes Four Corners Monument, El Morro National Monument, Monument Valley, Petrified Forest, Shiprock, Canyon de Chelly National Park, Chaco Culture Nat'l Park, Homolovi Ruins, Hopi Reservation, Navajo Capital and so much more. Gallup has plenty to offer - many restaurants, art galleries, southwestern and Native American arts and crafts, Trading Companies, hot air ballooning, golf, not to mention mild weather and friendly residents. After a long drive or a day of sightseeing you will appreciate our Super 8- Unwind in our indoor heated pool or take a stroll to the many restaurants nearby. Our friendly staff is available 24 hours to answer any questions and make sure your stay is a memorable one. You will not lose any sleep about your choice in overnight accommodations either- Sleep well on brand new pillow top mattresses, our beds are extremely comfortable and our prices are even more affordable. Our rooms are large, have tables and chairs for work or leisure, 25 inch remote control TVs with cable including HBO,ESPN, ESPN2, AMC and more. We also offer complimentary continental breakfast, free wireless high speed internet, in room coffee makers, and hairdryers in all rooms, and free local calls. Please Note: Our pool will be closed until April 1, 2013 for scheduled maintenance. Thank you for your understanding and we apologize for any inconvenience.
I would not recommend this motel. Our room was close to the pool and it smelled of chemicals very strong. The walls were thin, it was noisy and very dark halls.
Several things were not working like plug in bathtub. Some tiles were falling off the wall in bathroom. Bath towels were very small and very worn.
looking for an average motel in Gallup then this is it. bummer the trains were so close.
Very nice motel. The motel was very clean and the staff was friendly. The pool was indoors and it was clean. The breaksfast was one of the best we have had on our trip across the US. They had bagels, ceral, oatmeal, English muffins, toast, doughnuts, orange juice, coffee and tea. In the room there was a coffeemaker and they even included tea bags for us non coffee drinkers. Yes it is ' on the wrong side of the tracks' but where else are the economic motels? I felt very safe in the motel and felt comfortable leaving my car in the parking lot. Yes the train does run by in front if the motel but neither my mother or I heard it during the night. Plus it is not run by Indians! And I mean the Indians from India. So no smell.
For a one night stay this wasn't too bad. Very pet friendly. Easy access off the Interstate. But be forewarned, as other reviewers have stated, the train runs across the street and blows it's horn at all hours. This motel is also located on the 'wrong side of the tracks'. Not a great neighborhood. Lots of run-down buildings.\n\nGood points: Very clean room. Friendly, helpful desk staff and manager. Pet friendly. Free continental breakfast including cereal, oatmeal, english muffins, begals, coffee, tea, orange juice, toast. Close to a variety of fast food and other restaurants, wal-mart, walgreens, etc. Hairdryer, TV, refrigerator in room. Good value for the money. Nice pool.\n\nBad points: Train runs across the street. No coffee maker in room. No fruit on breakfast bar. Old furniture in room. Somewhat rundown location.\n\nWould I stay here again? Yes, for a one night stay only, not a full week. And if you can't climb stairs, be sure to ask for a 1st floor room.
We thought the room was ok. It was just for 1 night and we needed to sleep. It was too hot. The hotel was being heated. We tried to get past that and sleep. The train comes by every 2 hours and blows the horn. Skip Gallup altogether. The train runs down the same street where the hotels are.
I booked the hotel and after arriving and realizing that I was on the bad side of the tracks, we just ate the cost and went elsewhere. The entire street is completely run down, and the $20/night hotels surround it.
very friendly staff nice rooms ,pool what more do you want for the low price.
Price is low. Everything is old. Bathtub in our room was cracked. Still, the price fit our needs for a quick overnight.