TravelPod Member ReviewsAnn's Motel Wall
Ann's motel was the only motel opened when I arrived in town during the slow season, and I am very glad that it was. It was a really nice room, and at a really good price as well. There was a really nice size bathroom with a vanity off the side. The room was spectaularly clean and had plenty of hot water. And when your traveling, hot water makes a big differance. There were no laundry facilities there, but Ann being the sweet women she is, let me use the facilities to wash my clothes. I was so thankfull for that.
The location is perfect and is a 5 minute walk to downtown Wall where all the excitment is.
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