There’s A Themed Hotel In The Middle Of Nowhere In New Mexico You’ll Absolutely Love
At the mention of “Corona,” your first thought probably relates to beer. Fair enough. After all, New Mexico’s Corona is home to a mere 172 residents; it’s unlikely to be on your radar unless you’ve read up on the 1947 Roswell Incident.
If so, you know Corona as the town where the rancher who discovered the crash debris came to file a report. But that’s not Corona’s sole appeal. Here, in the middle of nowhere, is a themed hotel that’s guaranteed to make your stay memorable.
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Traveling with the family? Check out the bunkhouse, which has two bedrooms and plenty of Western flair.
While there is an RV Park along with tent camping options on-site, unless your RV is decked out to resemble a jungle, you won’t enjoy the same themed experience that a room here provides.
Rates are extremely reasonable. Currently, it costs only $60 per night (plus tax) to book any of the rooms.
The Corona Motel and RV Park bills itself as a desert oasis. You certainly don’t expect to find such a fun and funky hotel in the middle of nowhere. To learn more, visit the motel’s website.