About Blue Swallow Motel
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Blue Swallow Motel is a treasure on Route 66. Construction began in 1939, and the motel opened soon after, and a cafe was also operated on the site. The motel is a typical motor court of the era, built with attached garages next to each room. We feature a variety of sleeping configurations, including single queen beds, two double beds, a two room suite with beds for up to five people, and a special two-room suite named after long-time owner Lillian Redman.
Nights under the famous neon lights have been described as "magical", and an experience that is not to be missed. An overnight stop at the Blue Swallow Motel is sure to be a highlight of your Route 66 adventure!