Viajeros, Super 8 undergo renovations

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Los Viajeros Inn and Super 8 Motel are two well-known places to stay in Wickenburg. Keralynn Limon is the manager for both properties, which are owned by the Atlas Management Company, an Arizona-based hotelier with many properties in their portfolio. The company bought the properties two years ago and has implemented many renovations.

“From the beds to the carpet to the sheet rock, everything is brand new here,” Limon said.”

At Los Viajeros, new furniture has been placed in every room, plus new tile, mirrors and art. Each room also has a private patio and access to the heated pool. The Super 8 has undergone the same renovations but also has suites available.

Limon welcomes the recent news of a possible new hotel being built in town.

“Any community should welcome new growth. Growth means visitors coming in to see our town, which promotes more people on overnight stays which will help tourism that everyone can benefit from, especially having all-new properties,” she said.

“Our properties add tremendous value, and as a result they tend to be a little lower in price than some of their competition.” Limon said many of their employees have been with the hotels for numerous years, some as long as 10. Many of the new and returning guests can feel the friendliness of the atmosphere and the hometown feel when they walk through the front doors and are welcomed by a friendly face, she noted.

Los Viajeros Inn is located at 1000 N. Tegner St. and the Super 8 is located at 1021 N. Tegner St.

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