Motel 6 Farmington

Address: 1600 Bloomfield Boulevard, Farmington, New Mexico, 87401, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 1600 Bloomfield Boulevard, Farmington, is near Pinon Hills Golf Course, Farmington Museum, Aztec Museum and Pioneer Village, and B-Square Ranch.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMotel 6 Farmington

    Reviewed by splencner

    They do not care about your reservation.

    Reviewed Jul 12, 2012
    by (28 reviews) Jefferson Park, Chicago, IL , United States Flag of United States

    We reserved a room via Motel 6's website and the hotel nearly gave away my room. Luckily we found an empty one. It is in a rougher neighborhood and full of trouble. I won't stay here again.

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

    Reviewed by mother.ship

    I got what I paid for

    Reviewed May 27, 2012
    by (20 reviews) Encinitas , United States Flag of United States

    Front desk gal was friendly and let me glance at the room ahead of paying for it. I didn't look close enough. It didn't look like it had been vacuumed and the bathroom floor was equally icky. However, we're here and the car is unloaded, so we'll stay. I think I will throw down 20-30.00 more for something better tomorrow night.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Motel 6 Farmington

    2.00 of 5 stars Fair

    Travel Blogs from Farmington

    Day 46: Tusayan, AZ to Farmington, NM

    A travel blog entry by drat9191 on Nov 12, 2013

    37 photos

    ... a number of private-car-accessible canyon viewpoints, providing a final taste of the “relentless awesomeness”, and then exits the park. Proceeding up into northeastern Arizona, there’s not a whole lot in the way of civilization except for the occasional (very) small town, but the terrain is interesting: plateau, rock formations, and occasional mountains (or rock formations in the shape of mountains).

    Along the ...

    Four Corners Area

    A travel blog entry by alexd3 on Oct 05, 2012

    13 photos

    ... Aztec and Durango (both in Colorado).
    One of the many United States National Parks of the Four Corners region, Aztec Ruins
    preserves the remains of a large pueblo village. A short trail winds through the ruins,
    allowing you to stoop through low doorways into the site and between the old walls.
    Here are some phots of the Durango area. The yellow trees are aspens.

    The Four Corners

    A travel blog entry by jenjenjen09 on Jul 27, 2012

    26 photos

    ... into an opened area surrounded by Native American selling jewelry, pottery, tees and magnets in booths. In the center is the Four Corners Monument. A round metal seal with all four states on it. There was a ramp that over looked it ( great for taking pictures ). We all got a kick out of posing for them. After we had fried bread ( Tastes like a funnel ...

    'Navajo'me sweet home.

    A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey on Apr 20, 2010

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... road into the monument from NM and it was gated and locked. What could they possibly be constructing? It is a cement slab on the ground with the four states names on it. *SIGH* So, disappointed (and that’s an understatement) we turned our van around and drove the 50 miles back onto our route and drove the Albuquerque for the night.

    However disappointing the 4 Corners monument was, ...

    Camping at Angel's Peak

    A travel blog entry by sarahl56 on Jul 09, 2008

    18 photos

    After Taos, we made our way west to Angel's Peak. We crossed through Carson National Forest, which was beautiful. There was only one problem--the weather got worse and worse the farther we drove. By the time we were close to Angel's Peak, the sky was dark and menacing, and the wind was threatening to blow our car off of the road. We could see lightining bolts in the distance. Camping ...