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Where to stay in Childress #8051428 11/15/20 06:08 PM
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I am trying to get out to childress next weekend but it is looking like the hotels are booked up. Any recommendations on where else I could stay? It will be me and my 2 boys.

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Copper Breaks state park, about 40 miles, good hotels in Quanah and Vernon too;

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Try the Red Roof Inn. Not fancy, but clean and conveniently located.


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Originally Posted by sig226fan (Rguns.com)
Copper Breaks state park, about 40 miles, good hotels in Quanah and Vernon too;



I wouldn’t stay anywhere in Quannah, Vernon is nicer but 1ish hour drive


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Originally Posted by syncerus
Try the Red Roof Inn. Not fancy, but clean and conveniently located.


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Re: Where to stay in Childress [Re: ijohnston] #8052062 11/16/20 01:25 PM
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I have a hard time believing all the hotels are booked, I live here and see no reason for them to be unless there's a rodeo or stock show, neither of which I know of happening but I don't really follow either. Might try the Hotel in Turkey. If you don't mind a tent, you can stay at the Matador WMA, or the Childress ATV park.

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Re: Where to stay in Childress [Re: ijohnston] #8052110 11/16/20 02:10 PM
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I've stayed at the Hampton Inn and Holiday Inn Express; they are both pretty new and clean. Also stayed at the Days Inn about 5 years ago, but it's pretty old compared to the other 2. Did you call the hotels directly? If not, try that. We've had success going that route before.

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Originally Posted by Gringo Bling
I've stayed at the Hampton Inn and Holiday Inn Express; they are both pretty new and clean. Also stayed at the Days Inn about 5 years ago, but it's pretty old compared to the other 2. Did you call the hotels directly? If not, try that. We've had success going that route before.

Stayed in same places, had same experience.


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Re: Where to stay in Childress [Re: Gringo Bling] #8052648 11/16/20 07:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Gringo Bling
I've stayed at the Hampton Inn and Holiday Inn Express; they are both pretty new and clean. Also stayed at the Days Inn about 5 years ago, but it's pretty old compared to the other 2. Did you call the hotels directly? If not, try that. We've had success going that route before.

I typically stay at hampton or holiday inn however they both are booked up. I will call each day and cross my fingers that something opens up.

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Look for an Air B&B local.


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Originally Posted by Teal28
Look for an Air B&B local.

Yeah that was my thought too if the hotels are all booked up.


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Re: Where to stay in Childress [Re: ijohnston] #8053039 11/17/20 01:08 AM
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If you don't mind a little drive down to Paducah, I like the Hunters Lodge. Not real fancy but it's clean and the folks that run it are real friendly.

https://www.hunterslodgemotel-paducahtx.com/page/page/5531916.htm


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I find it hard to believe that everything is booked up. Looks like there's going to be a crowd there this weekend. Get to Dawson's early.

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Originally Posted by llbts1
I find it hard to believe that everything is booked up. Looks like there's going to be a crowd there this weekend. Get to Dawson's early.

It's the weekend before Thanksgiving, which is a huge travel weekend. Since fewer people are flying, more will be driving.

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Re: Where to stay in Childress [Re: ijohnston] #8058746 11/21/20 03:47 PM
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Red Roof Inn.
Not fancy, not new, but reasonably clean and cheap.
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Just called yesterday to book a room for the weekend...no problem.


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Re: Where to stay in Childress [Re: Palehorse] #8058776 11/21/20 04:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Palehorse
If you don't mind a little drive down to Paducah, I like the Hunters Lodge. Not real fancy but it's clean and the folks that run it are real friendly.

https://www.hunterslodgemotel-paducahtx.com/page/page/5531916.htm

Yes, this a nice place but nothing fancy. They keep an old hotel pretty clean and price is fair.


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