Super 8 Motel Durango / Purgatory

Address: 20 Stewart Drive, Durango, Colorado, 81301, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 20 Stewart Drive, Durango, is near Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad and Museum, 4 Corners Whitewater, Diamond Circle Melodrama, and Hermosa Creek Trail.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Motel Durango / Purgatory

      Reviewed by muggeragem

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      Reviewed Sep 11, 2011
      by (7 reviews) St Marys , Canada Flag of Canada

      Before I started my roadtrip, I booked a number of motels at places I knew where and when I would be. This included this motel: Super 8! They charged me for the room at the time of Online booking! That means they had my money for almost three weeks before I arrived at the motel ! They said it was policy but I did not see their policy online and they were the only Motel to charge beforehand. I will not be pre-booking with Super 8 again

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