Days Inn Cortez

Address: 430 N State Hwy 145, Cortez, Colorado, 81321, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 430 N State Hwy 145, Cortez, is near Cortez Cultural Center, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Crow Canyon Archeological Center, and Dolores River Canyon.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Continental Breakfast

        TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Cortez

        Reviewed by pilgrim143

        OK till we checked out

        Reviewed Oct 14, 2013
        by (31 reviews) Sevenoaks , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

        This was fine unitl we checked out leaving some stuff in the fridge. Going back a few hours later all was denied. I hope the housekeeoing staff enjoyed the wine, cheese & tea!

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

        TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn Cortez

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Cortez

        Day 90 - Back in the Mountains With Indian Ruins!

        A travel blog entry by rickr53 on Aug 21, 2015

        44 photos

        ... they tend to sell out early.
        Somehow in our original plan we had overlooked Mesa Verde National Park. We were originally going to go to Durango and ride the Durango-Silverton Train, but in the course of validating the route in Mapquest, we noticed the Mesa Verde National Park. It's the Indian ruins park we had been looking for all along. There are several locations in the park with great examples of Pueblo Indian ...

        Monument Valley. Four States in one day.

        A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on May 31, 2015

        1 comment, 15 photos

        ... on site, John tried Fry Bread, another Indian tradition; tasted good with cinnamon sugar.

        Amazing 'big' scenery that went on and on, always impressive. As we travelled north, lots of fresh snow on high mountains, Lone Cone and Wilson's Peak, to the east in central Colorado.

        Entered Mesa Verde NP and arrived at camp. This park is a World Heritage site, famous for its Ancient Puebloan cliff dwellings. Booked ranger tours for ...

        All over the place

        A travel blog entry by joec404 on Nov 19, 2014

        28 photos

        ... and a half overlooking these ruins and took 83 trillion pictures.

        I was really interested in seeing the Navajo Code Talkers Monument that was so instrumental in helping win WWII, since no once could break their language. It's a fascinating and important part of our history, and since I love all this military history thought this would be really great. Guess was a wall plaque at McDonalds in Kayenta. ****. I'd throw a fit if I were a Navajo.

        Rain rain go away

        A travel blog entry by tracey.bastin on Sep 08, 2014

        8 photos

        Another day on the road - flash flooding & storms in half of the states we've visited or are going to. It's lucky global warming / climate change doesn't exist or we'd be in real trouble?! We took a short drive to the four corners monument - where Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado & Utah meet. A bit surprised as we expected to be like a raised monument on a hill with a view of each of the four states, but no. It was a nice area with state flags around each corner ...

        Night 27: Four Corners

        A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 19, 2014

        4 photos

        ... states in their respective corners. The tribes have built stalls around the monument for hawking everything from lemonade to t-shirts , fry bread, and pottery. The handmade jewelry is endless. Jessica got a few bracelets made of juniper pits for the kids. There was a long line of people waiting to take their crazy photos on top if the very spot where the states meet. In line we made a deal with an older couple. We'd take their photo if they'd take ours. When ...