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If you have a big group or screaming kids or can't stand Americana or tourtisty kitsch...then avoid this place. I loved it. The upstairs has a lot to see. The breakfast was great. Service was spotty since it's so chaotically crowded and busy.
This place is a living tribute to the mining town’s heyday. Upstairs there are souvenirs to buy and a peek into the honeymoon suite Carol Lombard and Clarke Gable booked in 1939. Downstairs you can have a cold beer and get some fudge to take...More
This place is a staple in the area. If you're the least bit interested in ghost towns, old west tourist traps, and cowboy lore, this is a good place to stop. It's a bit cramped and chaotic, but the food is good and the staff...More
We were not hungry but wanted to stop by this historic place! So glad we did. Off the beaten path, the vibe is so historic. I wonder how many dollar bills are in this place! we just grabbed a drink and sat at the bar...More
You just don't come across towns like this too often! I guess it's an old mining town but it is like a step back in time. Loved feeding and watching the burros wandering around the town. The restaurant in the hotel is covered in dollar...More
Oatman hotel built 1902 still operates a museum room where Clark Gable and Carol Lambert slept; store, restaurant, and ice cream popcorn counter.
The restaurant is plastered with U.S. Dollar Bills on walls and ceilings.
We enjoyed beer and buffalo burgers and pulled pork sandwiches...More
Had the pleasure of experiencing Oatman, Arizona this past week(actually i made a couple trips there), what a cool, quirky little old west town. The Oatman Hotel was especially unique with its wall to wall $1 bills, taped, pinned lacquered on almost every square inch...More
My husband and I were driving Route 66 again and, having previously found ourselves at the Oatman Hotel and the Dollar Bill Bar, we were determined to come back! We had a great lunch at the bar. I had a tuna melt and the Burro...More