we stay there this is gud motel this family owend motel the owners are very friendly and they have lcd tv flat screen 32 inch im all rooms nd room prze very good i went frist corss the street best western but prize is to high nd they dont have any flat screen nathing there thats why i like that motel its very comfortable motel in town
Just stayed last night here with my girlfriend - we are on a Thelma and Louise road trip of our own from Canada to the Grand Canyon. This is a family owned motel, the owners are very friendly, and it was fun to be on the Main Street in the heart of this small Route 66 town, instead of staying at one of the chain motels off the highway. They even made us coffee in the morning, and helped us take a few photos. We also like the convenience of staying at a motel where you can park right in front of your door and easily unpack what you need. The room size was generous, and having wireless access was great.
The Flamingo Inn, National Route 66 Museum and others are just lucky enough to still be sitting on this historic road way. The Flamingo may be considered by some as “lived in”….ok, “very lived in”. But if you are out touring Route 66 to see what was, open your room door at the Flamingo Motel and step back in time. The room was clean and proudly displayed its 1960’s period but stylish dusty pink and black trim bath tile. It’s wallpaper in the vanity room has stood the test of time shamelessly promoting the tonics and elixirs of the old west like Dr. Rose’s Hair Tonic, Sanitary Tooth Soap and Dr. Doyle’s Antiseptic After Shave Lotion just adds to the experience. But you won’t be without your Wireless Internet & HBO here, It’s all FREE!!! We had a choice when we stopped in town for just one night. Stay at the new hotel across the street or stay at the Flamingo Inn for HALF THE PRICE!$!
Get your kicks on Route 66 at the Flamingo Inn, Elk City, Oklahoma. Just down from a National Route 66 Museum which features seven museums in one. A must see for everyone! The National Route 66 Museum is part of the Old Town Museum complex that includes the Pioneer Museum and Beutler Brothers Rodeo Hall, the Farm and Ranch Museum, Livery Stable, Train Depot, Wagon Yard and other areas depicting Old Town Elk City. Route 66 was designated in late 1926, then when Route 66 was decommissioned it was entirely eliminated by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials on April 1, 1985. In Oklahoma, the portions west of Oklahoma City that had not been rerouted onto I-40 became business loops of I-40 through Sayre, Elk City, Clinton, and El Reno. Starting at US-81 in southeastern El Reno, the still-independent route, became State Highway 66.
Modern low rise Off I 40, Exit 41, 1/2 mi to bus loop 40 west. Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room). Telephone.
Television (Cable/Satellite). Television. Daily Maid Service. Hotel Details:120 Rooms / 2 Floors. Built in 1983. Pets Allowed. Smoke Alarm ...
The Ramada Clinton is approximately four miles from Hub City Speedway and 72 miles from Lawton Fort Sill Regional Airport.
Route 66 Museum is one mile away. Ramada has a fitness room, restaurant, and lounge on site. The inn ...
The BEST WESTERN Elk City Inn is conveniently located on Business Loop Interstate 40. The hotel is located three blocks
from the Old Town Museum, park, tennis courts, and the golf country club. This hotel offers guests a free ...