Welcome to the Best Western El-Quartelejo Inn & Suites!
Make your next trip amazing when staying at our Scott City hotel, where the El Quartelejo Pueblo Ruins and Monument Rock Chalk Pyramids are a short drive away.
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The El Quartelejo Museum is also near our Scott City hotel, and a must for history buffs or those looking for a little culture. We're close to the towns of Dighton, Leoti and Oakley, so travelers who need to branch out and explore can easily do so. However, we also prioritize comfort and relaxation here.
Enjoy the indoor saltwater pool and hot tub at our hotel, which is the perfect place to relax after a day of exploration. With close proximity to recreational areas, many of our guests are visiting for hiking, biking, boating, and numerous other favorite activities. If you want to be close to the great outdoors but still surrounded by convenience, this is the perfect location. Our Harley guests will enjoy our dedicated washing station with clean cloths to keep your machine in prime condition.
We're the only branded hotel in the area, and guests count on us for the best in service and quality. Pheasant hunting brings many guests to our Scott City hotel, and the opportunities at the Lake Scott State Park are immense. The Whimmydiddle Arts & Crafts Fair is an annual event that everyone looks forward to, and we're happy to host out of towners in the region for the big event. From local county fairs to the many special events, there's always something exciting happening nearby.
At our Scott City hotel, we also specialize in business travel. Employees of Custom Cattle Feeding, agriculture and livestock workers and oil and gas interest all bring travelers to the region. If you're here for business or to find out more about the local petroleum possibilities, you need a hotel that's conveniently located and offers spacious, quiet rooms. Depend on us to provide you with the space and luxuries you need to make your trip as seamless as possible.
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No pets allowed
“It was ok”
Other than the inability to completely control the heating/ac and the basic lack of internet service (I could never get onto it so just used my cellular service instead) it was pretty decent. I’ve...