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remote hotels/motels/rental cabins/casitas in the Chihuahuan desert




JuanitaJ

Sep 27, 2016, 7:28 AM

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remote hotels/motels/rental cabins/casitas in the Chihuahuan desert

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Can anyone recommend hotels/motels/rental cabins/casitas in the Chihuahuan desert, that are really in the middle of nowhere with just desert and not much else around?
We havenít decided on a specific region and donít mind if it is a hotel, motel, cabin or casita, as long as it is nice and clean, so are open to all suggestions.
I have attached two pictures to give you an impression of what we are looking for, unfortunately these are not in the Chihuahuan desert.
Thank you for your help.




Attachments: Hotel Mision Catavin„ (formerly Desert Inn Catavin„), Carretera Traspeninsular Km 174, Catavin„, Baja California, Mexico 1.jpg (74.6 KB)
  x 1 Texas Chisos Mining Co. Motel & Vacation Rentals, 23280 FM 170, Terlingua, Texas.jpg (178 KB)



NorthAmericanTraveler

Oct 1, 2016, 6:03 AM

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Re: [JuanitaJ] remote hotels/motels/rental cabins/casitas in the Chihuahuan desert

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Last February I stayed at the Ft Davis Inn, Chisos Mining Hotel, the BBNP Hotel, and the motel in Boquillas you can stay at.

Really I would recommend all of them except for the BBNP Hotel in the Chisos Mountains. It's around $150 per night, but all you're paying for is a bed basically. If you go to the Big Bend Nat'l Park, I'd stay in Terlingua.

The inn in Boquillas was interesting, but I also wouldn't recommend it for most people. When the border closes at 6 there is literally nothing going on in the town, so it's rather boring. It is only $25 to stay there though and it is clean.

The other 2 hotels (Ft Davis Inn and Chisos Mining) are in the $90 range and I would definitely recommend both of them to anyone.


(This post was edited by NorthAmericanTraveler on Oct 1, 2016, 6:05 AM)



JuanitaJ

Oct 5, 2016, 2:20 AM

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Re: [NorthAmericanTraveler] remote hotels/motels/rental cabins/casitas in the Chihuahuan desert

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Thank you for all the suggestions, that's really kind. We were actually more interested in staying in Mexico, but there are some really nice motels/cabins on the Texan side of the border and there seem to be more options. So I guess we will have to think it over.

Any other suggestions for Mexico further away from the boarder are really appreciated.


(This post was edited by JuanitaJ on Oct 5, 2016, 2:35 AM)