How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Budget Inn
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsBudget Inn Roswell
Very good for price (about $50), small continental breakfast, WiFi, super friendly and helpful staff. Well located close to various amenities.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Budget Inn Roswell
Travel Blogs from Roswell
Weiter, immer weiter: Das ist unser Motto. Die Eroberung des Westens schreitet voran. Unser neues Ziel scheint aber nicht von dieser Welt zu sein. Die Rede ist natürlich von Roswell! Doch zuerst brauchten wir nach stundenlanger Autofahrt eine geradezu irdische Stärkung. Na, wer erkennt's? "Oh my goodness, oh my damn. Oh my goodness- they goin H.A.M …
Woke in the morning to discover the bug going round had claimed 2 more victims - Jack and yungi were now added to the list. We couldn't hang around though and before we knew it we were packed and in the van once more. This time I decided to watch some more game of thrones to occupy my time. Eventually some tin foil was passed around...we were approaching Roswell so had to make hats to prevent the aliens from reading/stealing ...
... has lived up to expectations, and it is actually just getting started. We have now seen 4 of the 44 things on our original list. And, one of our nation's best travel bloggers, has added another sight to see North of Albuquerque, NM which is our next stop tomorrow.
Also, I might add that the elevation difference in Roswell, NM and home is playing havoc with my sinuses. At 4400 ft. above sea level, and the dryness, my sinuses are suffering.
... got his fish from and he told me they call him from San Diego or Hawaii sometimes when they've caught something good and then they Fedex it straight to him in Roswell. He must have friends in the right places because it was the best sushi I've had in a long time.
The next morning, I got up early and walked Oscar across the sports grounds of the New Mexico Military Institute to Starbucks for a coffee. Then onto the UFO Museum and Research Centre, which ...
... humans!" and gave the vulcan salute. He told us tales of his time in the service and when he was stationed with some brits in Cyprus. The space walk was a vortex of excitement and adventure through a portal into another dimension of space. In reality it was a two minute walk down a dayglo painted corridor lit by UV lights. I think we are both ready to say farewell to this wonderful, odd, lovely, strange and enchanting city.