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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Movie Manor Monte Vista
What a unique motel! This small two story motel wraps around the Star Drive-In. Open the curtain and you have a fairly good view of one or two screens. Sound is piped into the room and from our king size bed we were able to watch "Fast Five"!
Friendly service awaited us at the front desk when we checked in and the room was clean and comfortable. I would stay here anytime I was traveling through Monte Vista.
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