The Rock Motel
901 US Highway 60 ~ PO Box 1047
Mountainair, New Mexico 87036
Office:  505-847-2577
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At The Rock Motel we strive to improve your stay!  We welcome your feedback and appreciate your recommending The Rock Motel to your friends and neighbors.

Below are comments some of our guests have shared with Trip Advisor:

Clean, Comfortable and a Great Value!  

"The Rock is located in the small town of Mountainair, New Mexico. This is an older motel that has recently been fully renovated. This is a family run motel and the owners really make you feel welcome.

The entire property is very clean and the rooms are large and spacious. Larger than some Farifield Inn's I have stayed in recently. The rooms include many great amenities such as a mini-fridge, microwave and free internet and long distance telephone. The Internet bandwidth was very good. I measured 6 MB down and 600 KB up. (Comparable to DSL.)

The new tile work in the bathrooms is really nice. Not your average hotel plain. Whomever did the renovations to this motel did a terrific job. They obviously have stayed in a lot of hotels. There are coat hooks in just the right places and many other conveniences that larger chain hotels are lacking.

Perhaps one of the best features on the property is the outdoor, covered area. They offer comfortable seating, gas grills and a fire pit that we enjoyed during our three night stay. Weather permitting, this is a great place to just hang out.

We visit this area frequently and we will definitely be staying here again."
 


Not Much Here But Enough You Should Go "

I visit Mountainair on occasion to visit some of New Mexico's best archeological sites...Gran Quivira, Abo Salinas and Quarai. All sites are within 30 minutes of town and best 400 year old Spanish mission architecture anywhere in NM.

A drive through town takes less than 5 minutes, a gas station, old style hardware store and Alpine Alley for eats.

You're on the edge of the Chihuahua desert and short grass prairies with the 'Salinas' just east of town. Salinas are the salt playas (pueblo source of salt) that you can still drive into if you have the right map that shows federal lands connected to public roads...stop into your closest BLM office and purchase these land status maps. Every NM traveler will need these.

I've tried all the places to stay in Mountainair, that's why I need to tell you about the Rock Motel. It's well worth the price, clean, comfortable, service attendants are very good. The Rock has come a long way in the last 5 years, now when I'm passing through, that's where I stop, and you should too."
 


Great Town, Great Motel 

"I wish I'd had more time to spend in Mountainair. If I get a chance to go back, I'll definitely try the Rock Motel first. The price was very reasonable, the room was comfortable and clean with more amenities than you might expect at this price, and the owners were very nice. Loved it!"


Diamond In The Rough 

"Clean, comfortable, spacious, quiet, thoroughly renovated and reasonable priced. Friendly and helpful owners. We like it so much we stayed here twice as we came and went on vacation in southern New Mexico. They even have a large pavilion out front with BBQs so you can enjoy the breeze in the shade or cook a meal. We definitely recommend it."


Nice Town, Friendly Quiet Hotel 

"My husband and I spent two nights here when we were in Mountainair for the weekend. The room was extremely clean and in general the hotel seemed very well taken care of. There is a nice picnic area with BBQs in front of the hotel that provides a nice option if you're into cooking your own dinner.

We were disappointed that our room did not have the flat screen TV as was listed on their website, and there definitely weren't 100s of channels available. Also, the wifi was pretty spotty in our room. The staff did provide an ethernet cable in case we had wired devices but that wasn't much help for the phones.

The bathroom in our room had clearly been redone recently and was really nice. The shower was great and the vanity and lighting was nice. We really enjoyed how quiet the room was. We never heard any noise from the people on either side of us and cars/trucks on the highway were barely noticeable.

All in all this was a fine hotel. It's very easy to find, there's some diners and a great coffee shop very close by. Mountainair is a very nice little town with a surprising number of things to do. Overall we really enjoyed our weekend.


When In Mountanair NM, Stay Here 

"The other reviews are correct, the Rock Motel is "the" place to stay for the night. Rough looking on the outside, but very clean, large room, great shower, and the AC/heater works great. Quiet, even though on US 60 and and the trains are a few blocks away. Melita checks you in and runs the place, she is dedicated to a great stay. Mountainair, not much to the town but worth the time to check out...drive the back streets, get a feel of the "real" New Mexico. Have a beer at the Rosebud, visit the local grocery store or bring your own food. No place to eat in town."

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