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LaSiesta Motel

911 E 2nd St., Winslow, AZ
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The 1946 La Siesta Motel #2 has been converted to apartments. There were two LaSiesta Motels, hence the #2 designation. This motel uses an unusual layout, sort of a reverse of the common "U" shape layout. Here the some of the rooms are out by the road and the courtyard and some parking area is in back. It seems like the moel was been converted to apartments in the early 1980s.

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Vintage Advertising Highlights

(Undated Postcard)
30 New Modern Rooms
All Private Baths
Forced Air Furnace Heat
Air Conditioned
Member Best Western Motels
AAA
Recommended by Duncan Hines
Gateway (to the)
Grand Canyon
Indian Empire
Meteor Crater
Prehistoric Ruins
Painted Desert
Petrified Forest
Rim-O-the-World Drive & Monument
See World Famous Annual Hopi Indian Snake Dance
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Crozier, owners

1960 ostcard

LaSiesta Motel
AAA - Congress Motor Hotels -Diners Club
23Modern Units
Some 2 Bedroom Family Units
Playground
Patio
Free TV & Cribs
Pets Welcome
Mr & Mrs Lyle Douglas Owners

Note: Reading the first postcard highlights it's apparent the owners wanted to make sure their guests were aware of all the tourist opportunities in the area. The 1960 card gives much less information about the local attractions. It also list 7 less rooms, that's a fairly big change.
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Photo(s): 2013

 



 

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