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Old 08-10-2007, 04:04 PM   #1
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Talking Roswell, New Mexico

We stayed at the Best Westen Sally Port Inn in Roswell, New Mexico for almost one-week. Overall, it was a nice clean room with a decent indoor swimming pool; however, gloomy area. Ok, just ok, restaurant, that was overpriced. Thankfully, the hotel is walking distance to many other restaurants, such as IHOP, Applebee's Whattaburger, Dynasty Chinese Restaurant, and Cattle Baron Steakhouse.
The room cost was about $80 per night.
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Old 08-23-2007, 11:56 AM   #2
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Something I recall from staying in this hotel, many years ago, is that they do not allow check-in by anyone under 21 years of age. So, if you're young and travelling, this is not the place for you. In fact, most hotels and motels in New Mexico operate under this policy, so if you're going to be travelling in the state, it's good to call ahead.
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Old 06-10-2009, 01:29 AM   #3
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We stayed at the Best Westen Sally Port Inn in Roswell, New Mexico for almost one-week. Overall, it was a nice clean room with a decent indoor swimming pool; however, gloomy area. Ok, just ok, restaurant, that was overpriced. Thankfully, the hotel is walking distance to many other restaurants, such as IHOP, Applebee's Whattaburger, Dynasty Chinese Restaurant, and Cattle Baron Steakhouse.
The room cost was about $80 per night.
Based from the picture, the hotel is really clean.. The environment is nice and it looks so good for you to stay..

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Something I recall from staying in this hotel, many years ago, is that they do not allow check-in by anyone under 21 years of age. So, if you're young and travelling, this is not the place for you. In fact, most hotels and motels in New Mexico operate under this policy, so if you're going to be travelling in the state, it's good to call ahead.
Do you know their reason for doing this? I mean for not accepting travelers under 21 years of age.. You said it was many years ago, maybe it changed now..
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Old 09-16-2009, 01:03 AM   #4
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Looking for more than just aliens and UFO's? Then you're in the right place because thatís not all they have to offer! Roswell, New Mexico has something for everyone.
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