Quality Inn

Address: 2602 E. Navajo Blvd., Holbrook, Arizona, 86025, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 2602 E. Navajo Blvd., Holbrook.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Holbrook

Reviewed by averynet

On the poor side...

Reviewed Oct 28, 2013
by (4 reviews) Là où je jette l'ancre / Where I drop the anchor , Canada Flag of Canada

Decent room but smelling tired. Non-existent WiFi - same as last spring. Outside a bit dilapidated with dry red stains on the outside stairs (Is it blood?).

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Reviewed by averynet

Very So So

Reviewed Apr 2, 2013
by (4 reviews) Là où je jette l'ancre / Where I drop the anchor , Canada Flag of Canada

Mediocre WiFi, mediocre conditions: not recommended.

This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn Holbrook

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Holbrook

Albuquerque to Holbrook

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Oct 10, 2014

1 comment, 56 photos

... his Harley in. We dried off in the sun around the pool, as the sun started to set we went to change to skip across the road to the supermarket to get fresh supplies. Booze beer run and fruit being the fresh part of our daily needs for the week. On our return we nearly got our ankles attacked by two rat like dogs, which one had a white Mohawk and beard and looked very much like gizmo from the gremlins. We escaped with our goods and went to get changed to go for some grub. ...

Wild Wild West Pt 2

A travel blog entry by mrgrosskopf on Aug 31, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... of the muddy puddles we already forged across. So naturally we decide to push and rock this giant dead tree which was still somewhat connected to the stump and after much branch breaking and pushing, we move this monster to the side allowing a clear path for us to continue on our awful bumpy and wet journey through the forest with only a few cut up hands.

Finally we reached a real paved road and headed east to Canyon Diablo and 2 Guns which is in ...

Rocks & Trees and Teepees and Indian Trading Posts

A travel blog entry by mickey-joanne on Aug 29, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

Wow what a busy day. We stopped at a couple of Rt 66 landmark Indian Trading Posts and also a motel in Holbrook that had 10 Teepees that you could stay in. House keeping was cleaning one of the rooms so we stuck our nose in to see it. It's about the same size as regular motel room but the walls are angled in. Plenty of room and the bath is in the back.
Then off to the Petrified Forest National Park. Tons (literally) of petrified wood and ...

Holbrook - Petrified in the Grand Canyon State

A travel blog entry by sc0tt_pr0bert on Aug 12, 2014

21 photos

... too slow. Perhaps we should've invested in that bumper sticker which read 'horn is broken, watch for finger' after all!

As we approached Bernallio a billboard read "If you care, don't feed bears", whilst another one enquired "who is Jesus?". Still puzzled and wondering whether Jesus would feed bears we approached Albuquerque and turned west. As we merged into a five lane freeway we carefully positioned ourselves in the middle, closed our eyes and hoped for the best! ...

Arizona wildlife, Lesson 1: Road alligators

A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Jul 25, 2014

7 photos

... and showed us the inside of his double double room - surprisingly spacious (except for the shower - tiny!) and clean and tidy, but the trains...very loud and very long. Glad we were in the more mundane but quiet surroundings of the Travelodge. Bill was also the one who introduced the phrase 'Road Gator' into our lexicon having come across several of the buggers in his time as a biker across the US interstate system.

Partway back from Wigwam Motel ...