Quality Inn On Historic Route 66
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn On Historic Route 66 Barstow
Conveniently located with good parking. Room is fairly small and basic, but that is what you would expect at that price/town. Not much to see around, but they have a restaurant. Minor point is that they charged our credit card whilst we prepaid via Expedia.com. They admitted the mistake and promised to return the money within 72 hours, but have not done so in the last two weeks. If you use Expedia, make sure this doesn't happen to you.
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Man this place is a cheesy tourist's delight.
I guess in the past it was a train station. Now it's full of knick knacks and cheesy things, including a McDonald's in a passenger train car.
It's popular because it's exactly half way between Las Vegas and Los Angeles.