Best Western Plains Motel

712 Glenn St., Wall, South Dakota, 57790, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 712 Glenn St., Wall, is near Wall Drug, Badlands Wall, Minuteman Missile National Historic Site, and Wounded Knee: The Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Plains Motel Wall

    Reviewed by lineka

    A thumbs up

    Reviewed Jun 19, 2014
    by (7 reviews) Idaho , United States Flag of United States

    The hotel harkens back the a high end late 1960s type accommodation with some upgrades, where all the doors of each room face the parking area. The walls were a little thin and with the foot traffic constant past our door and was a little noisy. The room fan worked great, however, which helped provide that white noise to help drown out the noise. The service was great, the room was small but clean and the king size bed was comfortable. The wifi was fast and had no problems. I loved the soft natural water which is typical for this area. They had a breakfast available with an adequate sized seating area, but mostly all high carb,so didn't take advantage of breakfast except for the coffee, which was pretty good. The price was a little high compared to other Best Westerns we've stayed in, but you know what they say . . . location, location. I would recommend this hotel to others.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Best Western Plains Motel Wall

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Wall

    Bikers, Bighorns & Prairie Dogs

    A travel blog entry by yen-goossens on Aug 04, 2014

    14 photos

    Today, we drove the scenic Badlands Loop Road, which, despite its name, is not a loop at all, but a point A to B road. In our case, point A being the hamlet Interior on the one end of the park, and point B being the village of Wall on the other end. Of course, the entire road we were surrounded by bikers. At one point Lulu shot some videos from …

    Badlands - Dinosaurs - Crazy Horse

    A travel blog entry by lineka on Jun 19, 2014

    15 photos

    Another perfect day for travel with a few clouds and temperatures ranging from 64 up to 70. Driving through the Badlands National Park was a unique experience. The vistas were fantastic throughout the whole drive.

    We made a wrong turn at the end of the drive, which worked out great because we ran across a little museum called "Prairie …

    Squeak squeak!

    A travel blog entry by alizaf on Jul 28, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    Day Four Since I last posted we've traveled a great distance! After Indiana we drove around Chicago, IL and swung north to Woodstock, IL. Woodstock is a very special place – it’s a country, pastoral, scenic, peaceful town. It’s mostly corn and soybean farms, lightly spread atop rolling hills like a sheet over a bed. Woodstock is the childhood home of one of my best friends from college, Clare. It has been legendary in our friendship, as this faraway place. Alex and ...


    A travel blog entry by travelnotes14 on Jul 08, 2014

    4 photos

    ... up to 40 footers and even a big bike with trailer was there and he put his little tent up next to the bike on the tarmac. In the morning I went around to some of them to see if I could swap some books. One guy with two little kids and a young wife said he has no time for reading due to the above As we kept on talking he said he was from Franshoek and invited as for coffee. A very nice man, that has done very well for himself here in the ...

    Badlands NP

    A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jul 06, 2014

    13 photos

    Didn't really want to move on this morning from our pretty site at Devils Tower, but our tour director had another exciting day planned, and so it was onward ever onward. Stopped to admire a field of prairie dogs on our way out of Devils Tower. Quite small, and pretty much a cross between squirrels and meerkats. They sit up like meerkats when they are sensing danger and, as they like making their burrows under the road, this is fairly often.

    Some way down the road we ...