We put this page here for any traveller that might be looking for places to stay throughout the Americas which would require some form of parking. We’ve tried to list the important bits about each location – especially for the independent overland travellers.
MEXICO (all prices are in Mexican Pesos)
Real de Catorce, San Luis Potosi – Hotel Mina Real. 950 Pesos / night. Luxury digs! Wifi, parking on the street, but it is a very small town… we just used our bike covers. No breakfast, but lots on offer in walking distance. 20 pesos to enter the town via the tunnel… no charge to leave. Highly recommended.
Zacatecas, Zacatecas – Hostal Reyna Soledad. 590 Pesos / night for the “master suite”. Secure parking for bikes in the lobby. Located in the zona central, very close to the Cathederal. Wifi, no breakfast, very clean & spacious, great staff. Highly recommended.
San Miguel de Allende, San Luis Potosi – vacation rental apartment on Las Mores in the ‘Guadiana’ colonial c/o a fellow ADV-er. 500 pesos / night. 1 bedroom flat w/ Wifi, terrace, shower & tub, full kitchen, laundry. Secure parking at the time of rental, though we understand the garage is also for sale. Highly Recommended if available.
Tula, Hidalgo – Hotel y Restaurante Casablanca 450 Pesos / night for a matrimonial room. Very close to the zocola, secure parking (all vehicles). Wifi. Clean enough. A restaurant is on premises (Mon-Sat) though the hotel is close to many restaurants & an authentic french bakery (ask for the owner, Esteban – tell him the Canadian moto-bikers sent you). Cathederal bells will wake you at 7am. A 15-minute walk to the the Toltec Ruins. Recommended.
Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala – HOTEL BOUTIQUE Posada la Casona de Cortes. Negotiated price of 450 pesos / night for 2 single beds. Secure parking for motorbikes in the lobby, located next to the police training centre, beautiful courtyard and terrace. Wifi, clean (weird glass door to the bathroom that locked only from the outside), restaurant on premises, but breakfast not included. Located at the bottom of the stairs that takes you to a great view of the Puebla-Tlaxcala valley including the volcanoes!
Parque Nacional Izto-Popo – Altzomoni Hut – 25 pesos / person / night. Amazing location between an extinct volcano (Iztaccihuatl) and an active one (Popocatepetl) @ 4,040m (13,254ft). Bunker-like. No wifi, no running water, no restaurants, bucket-flush toilet system, bunk beds (8 in each of 3 rooms). Fantastic view, great ride up (see posts for details), awesome hiking. Highly recommended!
Tepoztlan, Morelos – Posada Cualli-Cochi. 583 pesos / night. Close to the museum, the Zocolo, and only a few blocks from the start of the hike to the Tepoztecatl Pyramid. Wifi, secure parking (all vehicles) very clean, nice rooms & family run. Note: did not see anything of a swimming pool (only saw shots of it in the link provided).
Cuernavaca, Morelos – Cuernavaca Hotel Colonial. 320 pesos / night (not to be confused with the Hotel Casa Colonial). A few blocks away from the Zocolo, Palacio de Cortes & Catederal de Cuernavaca. Secure parking in the courtyard, wifi, private baths, laundry facilities & clean. The staff (Brenda) was amazing! Located in the rougher fringe of the centro. Recommended.
Actlan, Oaxaca – Hotel Mexico (no links available) – 210 pesos / night. Right on the town’s Zocolo. Sparse but clean. Doors are metal and don’t go down to the floor (mosquitos will get in). Unsure of hot water as we did not shower. No wireless, no complimentary bottled water. Great courtyard, though. It looks to have been a great place in its day. Not recommended, really.
Oaxaca City, Oaxaca – Hostel Magic Oaxaca, Fiallo 305 Centro Historico. 200 pesos / nt for two of us in a private room (90 pesos pp/nt for a bed in a dorm – of which there are 3). Secure parking for motorbikes, wifi, shared bathroom, full kitchen and nice dining area outside. Run by a really nice family and Estevan speaks perfect English. While we were here, 3 groups moved over to this hostel from others in the city.
San Jose del Pacifico – Cabanas Pacifico – 150 pesos for a basic double room with a 3,000 meter view to the south pacific. Secured parking for all vehicles, no internet at the hotel – but 2 cyber cafes exist within 5 minutes. Options for simple rooms with shared bath or rooms complete with TVs, private baths & fireplaces. Great restaurant onsite (35 pesos+). Locals will hook you up with a “trip” for 100 pesos and the owners can provide access to a Temezcale (sweat lodge experience).
Mazunte, Oaxaca – Posado del Arquitecto – 350 pesos for a gorgeous cabana (ours was Almendra) with secured parking, private bath & wifi. Beds are floating & covered with a mosquito net. No hot water. The beachfront hotel offers good food, a great patio for dining, yoga, and simple beds if you are here in the dry season.
Santo Domingo Zanatepec – Hotel Santo Domingo – 200 pesos for a matramonial room (queen bed). Secure parking, tv, private bath, wifi, AND air conditioning! No hot water. Located on the highway and close to restaurants. They have an inner courtyard with some nice looking hammocks.
San Cristobal, Chiapas – Posada Atrapasuenos – 150 pesos for a double w/ secure parking (all small vehicles), TV, wifi, fully equipped outdoor kitchen and a shared bath with hot water (250 pesos for a private bath). 2 blocks from the zocalo. Onsite assistance with tours is available.
Comitan, Chiaps – Hotel San Francisco – nice location, a few blocks from the zocalo on 1st ave. 150 Pesos for a double room in the back. Hot water, wifi (barely), extremely basic. Nice courtyard offers secure parking for motos.
Ciudad Cuauhtémoc – Hotel / beds above the bus station – across from the Mexican Aduana. 150 Pesos. Very secure parking, non secure rooms have multiple beds but no locking doors (a credit card works, though!), shared bathroom, no wifi, large fans (very much needed).
GUATEMALA (all prices in Quetzales)
Xela, Guatemala – Hostal Don Diego – 100Q for a private double. Secure moto parking, fully equipped kitchen, wifi, library, hot water in 3 shared bathrooms. Located in Zona 1 and promoted by Lonely Planet.
Panajachel – Hotel Viñas del Lago – 125Q for a small double on the top floor (nice views of the lake). Secure parking, tv, wifi, and pummeling hot showers. Located in zone 2 across from the lake and near dozens of inexpensive, lakeside restaurants.
San Pedro – Hotel SakCari – 175Q for a nice double with a garden view (225 for a lake view). Secure motorbike parking, reliable hot water showers, and an unbelievable garden (free oranges). Wifi, tv, and firm beds. Well managed and even has a sauna that you can use for Q50 per person.
EL SALVADOR (all prices in USD)
On the CA-1, south of San Salvador – Auto Hotel Gold Star – $26 for 8 hours, on the CA-1. No wifi, clean, private parking for all vehicles, secret room service through a box, hot water, mirrors on the wall : )
HONDURAS (all prices in Limpira)
San Martin – Hotel Paradise – 850 Limpira for a triple. really nice & clean, secure parking for all vehicles, wifi (though weak), hot water, swimming pool (we shared with another rider)
NICARAGUA (all prices in Nicaraguan Colonials)
Masaya – Hotel Masaya. 861C for a triple. Motorcycle theme hotel, very accommodating and will allow you to park bikes in their lobby. Fast wifi, awesome hot suicide showers, AC
COSTA RICA (all prices in USD)
Hotel Zima. $30 for a double. Secure parking for all vehicles, wifi, restaurant onsite, great hot water shower, AC.
PANAMA (all prices in USD)
Panama City – Panama Passage Hostel. $10 pp for camping / $10 pp for a dorm room / $15 pp for private double, shared bath. Secure parking for all vehicles, hot water, kitchen, laundry, strong wifi, phone for local calls, renown for accommodating overland travellers. UPDATE: THIS HOSTEL IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Darien Gap (pricing in USD)
The Stahlratte. Approximately $850 for a motorbike & passenger (approx $450 for a passenger alone) – 5 days accommodations, excellent food – 3 meals day, super crew, snorkeling, island BBQ – bloody fantastic!
COLOMBIA (all prices in Colombian Pesos)
Cartegena. Amber Hostel 30,000 COP for a private room, shared bath & fan. Wifi, full kitchen, great location, no hot water, secure bike parking in the courtyard and a car park next door.
Mompox. Hotel La Cuarta. 35,000 COP for 4 people, private bath. Doubles at 25,000. Fans, & A/C available. wifi & secure parking for all vehicles in the courtyard. Restaurant onsite.
Sincelejo. Hotel Victoria. Right on the town square. 35,000 COP for a double room. Fans and a balcony. No wifi, no secure parking but a secure parking lot is 1/2 block away – we paid 6,000 COP for 2 motorbikes.
Covenas. Hotel Kumbas. Hotel is right on the beach and has a restaurant onsite, if needed. We paid 45,000 COP for a private double with a fridge and fans. Normal pricing is a bit higher but you get a kitchenette and A/C. Recommended.
Medellin. Casa Kiwi Hostel. Great location for tourists and a very popular hostel with tonnes of amenities including, roof top pool and lounge, bar, live music, theatre room, pool tables, agua caliente, and numerous sitting areas to get away from all the people that stay there. Not a quiet place, but fun and lively. Double privates with shared bath from 50,000 COP, dorms at 20,000 COP. Wifi, and secure parking for bikes. Recommended.
Guatape. Hostel El Encuentro. Nice lakeside location and many options at the hostel including dorms, private rooms and camping. We camped under a roof for 12,000 COP/pp which is not cheap, but you have access to a small kitchen, wifi, agua caliente, & secure parking for all types of vehicles and you are a short walk from town as well as a nice hike to a monastery. The owner is not super friendly. Recommended.
Santa Rosa. Hotel Colonial (there are a lot of hotels with a similar name) 50,000 COP for a matrimonial. This one is a nice, modern hotel without a lot of charm, but with a car park attached to it. Most hotels did not have parking in Santa Rosa, so if you need it, this is your best bet. Very close to the main square as well. wifi, and agua caliente. Recommended.
Salento – Hostel Floresta – 32,000 COP for a double w/ shared bath. Clean with secure parking and access to the kitchen, agua caliente. wifi was dubious as was the water supply – but this was for the whole town. Very quiet. If you go to Salento, visit the Speakeasy restaurant at the entrance to the town (7 min from Hostel Floresta). Great vibe, yummy food. Recommended based on price
Buga – Buga Hostel – 35,000 COP for a double w/ shared bath. Across the street from a secure car park (2,500 COP / bike / 24 hours). Access to a kitchen (w/ professional tools), attached to a nice resto-bar w/ great food at reasonable prices. wifi was strong. It might be noisy on weekends due to the bar. Recommended.
Popayan – Casa Familiar Turistica – around the corner from secure parking (5,000 per bike / 24 hours) and very quiet. Great bedroom, but that is it. Wifi is dubious, there is agua caliente, 1,000 COP for use of the kitchen stove, 30,000 COP for a double room, shared bath. Not recommended.
San Agustin – La Casa de Francois. We camped on the lawn for 12,000 COP / person (he doesn’t have to discount). Really nice hostel w/ ping pong, great kitchen and dining areas, hammocks, a restaurant that serves fresh french bread, home mad jam & coffee from the coffee trees on the property. Secure parking, agua caliente & wifi. Highly recommended
Pasto – Koala Inn. 30,000 COP for a double w/ shared bath. We couldn’t find parking in any of the budget hotels, but did find a secure parqueadoro around the block for just 2,500 COP per bike / 24 hours (after pointing out their posted prices). Wifi, agua caliente. Recommended.
ECUADOR all prices in USD
San Gabriel – Residencial Montufar. An amazing $5.00 per couple per night w/ shared bath! Great place to stay right on Parque Principal. Wifi, agua caliente & a great restaurant next door. Secure parking in the lobby. A great stopover for a run to the border (60kms to the Colombian border). Highly Recommended.
Quito – Casa Bambu. $15 for a big private double w/ shared bath. Great space, 2 kitchens, numerous showers w/ agua caliente, secure parking, wifi, small restaurant for breakfast, roof top patio. Highly Recommended.
Tena – A Welcome Break Hostal. $6 per person / night for a private, shared bath. Secure parking, wifi, agua caliente, kitchen facilities, hammocks. Clean & popular. Recommended.
Quilotoa – Alpaca Hostel. $32 / night for 2 people. Includes breakfast & dinner. At 4,000m, its nice to know that all rooms have a fireplace & amazing quilts. Secure parking inside the hotel, hot water, no wifi. 5 minute walk from Lago Quilotoa. Recommended
Latacunga – Hotel Central. $17 / night for a private double. Wifi, secure parking lot, great location off the main square and close to lots to see and do. Breakfast onsite for $2.50, free coffee / tea throughout the day. Recommended.
Cotopaxi National Park – The Secret Garden. A Christmas splurge. Stay in a covered tent with super warm blankets and mattress for $20 each (dorms & private rooms w/ fireplaces also on offer). Includes gourmet breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, coffee, tea & water. Hot tub, close to hiking and at the foot of Cotopaxi Volcano. Secure parking, no wifi (but who needs it out here?). Highly Recommended.
Banos – Hostel Chimenea. $8.50 / night / pp. Breakfast onsite for $3.00. Located close to the thermal pools, secure parking and wifi. Onsite swimming pool, massages, & steam baths. Recommended.
Cuenca – Hotel Pichincha (corner of General Torres & Simon Bolivar). $6/pp/night. Wifi, kitchen, large, clean but simple rooms w/ shared bath. Centrally located near the New Cathedral & lots of restaurants. Secure parking is 2 blocks away, but was included with the price we paid (though, we think that might be a mistake). Recommended.
PERU (all prices in Peruvian New Soles – S/)
Tumbes – Isis Hotel S/ 70 for a private double. Just off the main square. Wifi, hot water, fan. Parking for S/ 3 per bike overnight at a secure car park 2 blocks away. Tumbes seems dodgy, we wanted quick and easy.
Mancora – LOKI hostel. Popular with the back-packing crowd. Expensive like the entire area – S/ 80 for a basic double w/ private bath. Pool, on the beach, wifi, secure parking for all types of vehicles, and hot water. Restaurant onsite or many nearby. Party atmosphere (read: noisy). Barely recommended if you have to be in Mancora – we wouldn’t recommend Mancora, period.
Chiclayo – Emperor Hotel. S/ 40 w/ basic breakfast included. Great parking, clean with hot water – and a bathtub! No wifi. Recommended.
Huanchaco – NayLamp Hostel. On the north side of town – Really nice camping for S/ 10 per person. Also have private rooms etc. Excellent parking facilities, laundry, kitchen, wifi, hot water, hammocks, restaurant. On the beach. Very highly Recommended.
Chuchiquaron – small town just before the Santa Valley & Canon del Pato. Free camped in the parking lot beside the Police Station. Next to a restaurant, so food & bathroom are available.
Caras – San Marco Hotel – S/ 20 for a double w/ shared bath. On the square, parking for motorbikes in the courtyard, wifi (sort of). No hot water, clean with comfy and warm beds. Recommended.
Barranca – Hostel 9 de Deciembre – S/ 30 for a private double. No wifi, parking for 2 motos in the owner’s garage. It is close to a great super market. Barranca is a bit of a hole – we wouldn’t recommend the town, period – but if you have to… this place is at least clean.
Lima – Hitchhiker’s Backpacker Hostel – S/70 for a double, shared bath. Hot water, great parking, wifi, kitchen, breakfast included. Popular w/ overland the traveller crowd & Backpackers. Close to the beach and in the Miraflores barrio. Expensive – but it’s Lima. Highly recommended.
Huacachina – Bananas Adventure Hostel – S/ 15 per person for camping or S / 60 for a double w/ shared bath. Parking for motos, swimming pool, restaurant onsite, wifi, hot water. Dune Buggy rides at 4:30pm for S/ 30pp. Recommended.
Cusco – Estralita Hostel on Ave Tullumayo. S/ 40 for a double w/ shared bath, hot breakfast included. Excellent parking, wifi, hot water, tea / coffee all day long, kitchen facilities, short walk to the Plaza de Armas. Super friendly, family operated. Very highly recommended.
Aguas Calientes – Camino Real Hotel – S/ 50 for a double w/ private bath. Located on Imperio de los Incas, behind the craft market on the Rio Urubamba. Wifi hot water, clean and on the big river. No parking as vehicles are not allowed in Aguas. Recommended as it’s probably the cheapest place for a twosome.
Cabanilla – Only Hospedaje in town – on the main road. Big sign. S/ 25. Not a particularly friendly town, but it was mid-way to Arequipa. Very basic, shared bath, no hot water, no wifi, parking in the lobby only for motos – and it is a challenge at best.
Arequipa – Hospedaje Samana Huasi on Puente Grau. S/ 35 for two people, private bath (but we negotiated hard – S/ 50 was the quote). Wifi – sort of, hot water – sort of, great parking for motos in the court-yard.
Tacna – Hostal Plaza S/ 50 for a private matrimonial. Modern, clean, wifi and next to the main square. No parking, but a car park is only 1 block away – we negotiated S / 10 for two bikes which fit into one spot, but if you have a car or a truck, it is S/ 6 (????). No reason to stop in Tacna unless your chain and sprocket is looking too dodgy to ride into the desert in the evening.
CHILE (all prices in Chilean Pesos)
Arica – Hostal Sunny Days – $18,000 for a private matrimonial w/ shared bath. Wifi, excellent parking for all vehicles, breakfast included, kitchen, bikes, board rentals, close to the beach and market. Not too much to see in Arica – but its where our sprockets were waiting for us. Highly recommended.
Near Iquique, Chile – Free beach camping at Playa Blanca just south of Arica. Great views and some swimming opportunities. Safe w/ others camped on the beach as well – easy access. A restaurant is walking distance if you need cold drinks or food. Garbage bins present, no toilets. We were there on a Saturday and it was too busy and too loud. There are many other options on the route south.
San Pedro de Atacama – Takha Takha Hostel & Camping. Great parking for all vehicles, wifi, private rooms & camping options, swimming pool, laundry, restaurant. Pricey, though – camping is 10,500 CP per person. Another no-frills campground is located (up the pedestrian street to the third corner, then turn right) for 4,000 CP per person w/ excellent parking for all vehicles.
Near Antofagasta – Free beach camping. South of town to where the pavement becomes a dirt road – around the corner from Puerto Coloso. Safe and not very crowded with easy access. Fantastic views and lots of waves to watch & hear. Garbage bins present, but no toilets… but lots of rocky areas. Don’t do as the locals do…pack out your paper, if you must use it. Some of the toilet ‘areas’ are un-sightly due to garbage.
Playa Cisne – Free beach camping. This beach is further south than the gorgeous, but over-run Bahia Inglesia, which is 5 minutes from Caldera, Chile. Great swimming and views at Playa Cisne, safe, easy access. Busy during the day, some families stay overnight, but it is not crowded. No garbage bins or toilets present.
La Serena – Hostal Kalycanto. Nice, family run hostel consisting of 3 buildings. Privat parking is included but is a few blocks away (they give you a key). Kitchens and wifi / computer stations in all three buildings. One has a gorgeous courtyard w/ BBQ, pool table and ping pong tables. Laundry available or you can ask to DIY ‘para mano’ if you have your own detergent.
On the road between Vicuna – many places to free camp in the desert.
Santiago de Chile – Moai Viajero Hostel. Nice location near the metro and beside a police station. 20 minute walk to the Bellas Artres neighbourhood. Double w/ shared bath: $18,000. Chill vibe, kitchen, wifi & computers, hot water, breakfast included, nice courtyard and parking for the bikes. They let us service our bikes in the parking area.
Valpariso – Villa Kunterbunt. A ‘backpacker free zone’. Specializes in supplying accommodations & organizing shipping (bikes, parts ect) for motorcycle travellers. Grand house with wifi, comfortable beds, hot water, laundry machines, and loads of parking. Small outdoor kitchen can be crowded if there are many guests. Highly recommended. Lots of information at Horizon’s Unlimited.
Just outside of Chillan – Camping at Tiempo Libre – $5,000. Located at “km 10 on the Chillan road”. Super quiet private campground w/ showers (no hot water), two swimming pools, BBQ, ping pong tables. No wifi or computers. Highly recommended.
Villarrica – Hostel La Torre Suiza Double w/ shared bath: $16,200 after 10% discount for staying for 3 nights. Caters to the overland bicycle and motorbike crowd. Gorgeous hostel w/ great showers, wifi, breakfast included, loads of parking & laundry services (DIY or full service). Highly recommended.
Puerto Varas – Casa Azul. Double w/ shared bath: $19,000. Gorgeous hostel, but didn’t feel super welcoming. Lots of rules (like no kitchen in the am!), and areas ‘privado’. They serve breakfast for $3,000 per person (hence no kitchen in the am). Hot showers, wifi, and parking space for bikes or possibly a small car. Great garden space but not many comfortable areas to lounge indoors if the weather is bad.
Puerto Natales – Hostel Lili Patagonicos. Double w/ shared bath: $20,000 – breakfast included. Quiet hostel w/ hot water, nice location, equipment rental (if needed for hiking), wifi, great beds. Recommended.
Puerto Natales – Hostel Natalay on O’Higgins near Baquedano. Dorms only – $6,000 / bed includes breakfast. Small parking pad for motorbikes, wifi, hot showers, nice location. Best part of this place is the owner, Willie who is very much engaged with his guests. Recommended.
Punta Arenas – Hostel Fitzroy. $8,000 for a dorm bed or $30,000 for a double w/ private bath (no doubles w/ shared bath available). Breakfast included. Super friendly, clean w/ lots of parking, wifi, good location, lots of knowledge and very helpful. Highly recommended.
ARGENTINA – all prices in Argentinian Pesos
Rio Grande – Grande Hotel. $781 for a king bed in a gorgeous hotel. Not near the centro and parking is outside – but it is very safe. Wifi and onsite restaurant. Super deluxe – we only stayed here because there was no other option while we were there (see posts).
Ushuaia – FreeStyle Hostel. $80 per person in a 6-person dorm – breakfast included. Super clean, secure bike parking in the back (uncovered), great kitchen and bathroom facilities. Great location, wifi, tv/movie room, lots of common areas. Highly recommended.
Rio Grande – Hosteria Posada de los Sauces $448 for a “doble” (2 beds). Secure, outdoor parking, wifi, clean and spacious. Not a lot of cheap options in this town.
Rio Gallegos – Hotel Colonial I (corner of Urquiza & Rivadavia) $250 for a ‘matramonial’ (queen bed) and private bath ($200 for a shared bath). Wifi (barely), secure bike parking. Cheap, but not necessarily cheerful. Hot water will flow after 10 minutes of running the tap.
Tres Cerros – YPF Gas Station. $260 for a “matramonial” with breakfast included. Outdoor parking lot, small & cramped. The shower would flood the bathroom but staff are friendly. Food, wifi and gas for the morning are all onsite!
Comodoro Rividavia – $50 camping at a private campground just north of the city (there are lots available here). Flush toilets, basic showers and BBQ pits. Across the highway is a small grocery store.
Puerto Madryn – Hostel La Tosca. $200 for 2 people with a shared bathroom (with one other room) – breakfast included. Great space, wifi, kitchen facilities and secure motorbike parking. Nice location & great garden space. Highly recommended.
Sierra de la Ventana – national park camping at the base of the famous Cerro de la Ventana trailhead. $35 per person. Flush toilets, hot showers and BBQ pits.
Azul – La Posta del Viajeros. Free for motorcyclists (stay by donation – recommended by other travellers: $35 ARS pp/per night). You can camp in the garden or stay in the small bunkhouse. Jorge runs the motrcycle club / hostel. Kitchen facilities, secure bike parking, garage, close to all amenities. No wifi. Super highly recommended if you are a motorcyclist!
Buenos Aires – Dakar Motos. $50pp per night to either camp in the garden or stay in the bunkhouse. Kitchen facilities, wifi, and secure parking. Not the cleanest or most convenient stay in the city, but good while you wait for your motorbikes to ship. $10 extra per night for your motorcycle.
WESTERN USA – all prices are in American Dollars
Tecopa, California. Camping near the privately owned hot pools. $16 included flush toilets and a wash-up area. Water is not safe to drink and the campground was, basically, a parking lot. Wild camping exists nearby in the desert which is probably a better choice if you have enough water with you.
Death Valley, Nevada. Camping in the park. $16. Includes flush toilets and an outdoor shower area.
Las Vegas, Nevada. Travel Lodge Inn on the southern strip (next to Circus Circus). $50 for a double including breakfast. Clean, basic and spacious, parking outside of your room, wifi and a pool.
Grand Canyon, Arizona. Ten-X campground, just outside the park. $10 per night. Gorgeous campground with clean pit toilets and BBQ areas. Highly recommended.
Grand Canyon, Arizona. Mather Campground, inside the park – $18 per night. Flush toilets, and BBQ pits. Close to grocery shopping but not as nice as Ten-X.
Zion National Park, Utah. South Campground. $16 per night. First come, first served. Flush toilets and BBQ pits.
Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. North Campground. $16 per night. Flush toilets and BBQ pits. Highly recommmended.
Park City, Utah – Park City Peaks hotel. $72 for a king room. Onsite restaurant & laundry. Underground parking. Wifi, indoor / outdoor swimming pool.
Boise, Idaho. Rodeway Inn. $57 for a queen bed includes a huge, hot breakfast. Clean, outdoor parking lot, wifi.
Orofino, Idaho. Konkoville Motel. $54 for a double – includes breakfast. Gorgeous location, outdoor parking, wifi, full kitchen facilities or BBQ, outdoor swimming pool & hot tub. Highly Recommended.
Coleville, Washington. Benny’s Colville Inn. $61 for a queen, including breakfast. Outdoor parking lot, swimming pool, wifi. Basic, but nice enough.