Funky. The concept of having most of the rooms be able to see a drive-in movie theater screen and to pipe in the sound was what interested me in staying here. After I booked, I discovered that when I would be there was out-of-season for the theater and nothing would be showing. The decor is dated (think 80s) and the bathroom is tiny. I don't believe the tub was full-size and the toilet also was small, albeit functioning. The woman at the desk steered me to a great steakhouse back in Monte Vista, which offers a $13.95 prime rib meal on Fridays and Saturdays; and a $10.95 rib eye steak dinner on Monday through Thursdays--a two-item menu. The hotel is actually a couple of miles west of Monte Vista, sort of out in the country, and thusly, is quiet. Although located on a U. S. highway, when I was there in November, the traffic was very light and the rooms are located far enough off the highway that I never heard any traffic noise at all. That could change in warm, tourist months as this highway connects a couple of national parks. The breakfast was fairly typical of Best Western hotels, with eggs, sausage (or was it bacon?), cereals, fruit, juices, yogurt, etc.. Given the cramped bathroom, I don't think that I'll go out of my way to stay there again as the Best Western in Alamosa is about 16 miles away and much more roomy and modern. less
royp538, General Manager at Best Western Movie Manor, responded to this review
Thank you for your review. We appreciate the feedback. We are sorry you were unhappy with the size of the bathrooms and the décor. We hope you can give us a second chance with staying with us during our movie season. We hope to see you back. Safe and happy travels.