Hualapai Mountain Resort

Address: 4525 Hualapai Mtn Road, Kingman, Arizona, 86401, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4525 Hualapai Mtn Road, Kingman.
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      Travel Blogs from Kingman

      Parker to Kingman 100 miles

      A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle on Feb 14, 2015

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      Had to check out from the hotel as there weren't any cancellations for tonight, well it is Valentine's Day. We look to find somewhere on the way to Vegas that has a vacancy and decide to book an old style motel in Kingman on Route 66 called El Trovatore that looks quite fun. We stop just outside Parker at the fancy resort part of town and try fishing but there are too many speedboats with water skiers and jet skies, such a shame it ...

      Westward again!

      A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Sep 05, 2014

      ... about old cars, servos and neon signs! The road was the only pathway for settlers heading west, seeking new areas to settle as the population in the east forced the poorer ones out! The stories of the hardships they went through made for great reading and was a blessed relief from all the other stuff! We decided to stay in Kingman the night and found a lovely motel amongst many very dodgy ones ...

      Route 66 - Barstow to Kingman

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jul 02, 2014

      24 photos

      ... 4, boo. The Oatman Hotel gets its fame for being the place where Clarke Gable and Carole Lombard spent their first night as man and wife. It's hot here so even walking 5 mins in the sun we turn red and my feet felt like they were burning. We cool down at Judy's saloon with a beer and lemonade and listen to the locals argue about how bad California is getting.

      We leave Oatman and take a windy 28 mile road ...

      Finally we get to The Old Road! Bye I40

      A travel blog entry by sasntwins on Jun 16, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... s largest dry cave system. As we wound our way along the concrete path we saw supplies still stashed from the Cuban Missile Crisis and a room you can rent for $800/nt (not much privacy!!) and a mummified mountain cat and a replica of a 10' ground sloth the size of a black bear that had fallen into the cave and tried to claw it's way out (to no avail unfortunately for him). Then the real highlight.....panning for gold! The kids ...

      Today we explore the historic Route 66 area

      A travel blog entry by oztrekkers on Jun 03, 2014

      86 photos

      ... town now survives on the tourist trade from visiting Route 66 enthusiasts like ourselves. From here it was back onto the interstate and into Flagstaff, where we hope to stay for the night. It's the biggest town in the area and is basically in two parts, the original old town one end, and the new commercial side on the other. We drove through all the familiar stores and hotels of the new section and into the old historic area where we soon ...