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Stayed at this motel for 4 nights whilst filming down at the historic railroad. The room was spacious, extremely clean and comfortable. It was also nice and warm in the middle of February with snow outside! Our room was set back well away from the...More
This was a very convenient stopover on our way to Idaho from southern Nevada. The grounds were immaculate and had tables and chairs to use outside for relaxation. The parking spaces were extra wide. The room was tastefully done with seafoam green oversized bath towels...More
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Response from DesireeRamirez, General Manager at Bristlecone MotelResponded 18 July 2017
Thank you for such a great review and giving us 5 out of 5! We love that you think we're a great find. It's always wonderful hearing how our guests feel. Looking forward to seeing you in the future. Thank you again for taking the...More
Stayed here just for one night, lovely stay. Lovely greeting, nice staff, the girl on the reception desk had her baby out the back, which gave it the sense that this must be a great place to work if you can bring your baby with...More
The service here was very good. I checked in and my upstairs neighbors were very noisy so they moved me to another room. This is an older hotel and not fancy but good for a night or two. Breakfast was just muffins and coffee or...More
We often stay in Ely on our way to Las Vegas, and the Bristlecone Hotel is the best! This funny little motel is immaculately clean, with comfortable, firm beds and spacious rooms. It's a steal for the price-- much, much better than the chain hotels...More
I don't recall any pet fee for the motel, but if you get a room, you should avoid rooms near the road as there is a grade and the semis are down shifting for the grade which is not good for a light sleeper.