But how are the motels that are on the road?
The motels usually found in the service areas of roads, or access to diverse populations. In each there is usually more of a different motel chains, with different levels of service quality
In general, roadside motels are common twin rooms spacious king size (large double). They tend to be clean and in good condition.
In short, they are decent rooms that offer a reasonable service, with enough equipment including towels in the bathrooms, television, and even coffee, for a price between 40 and 80 dollars a room.
The motel chains do not offer cheaper breakfast or just coffee you have, so we have breakfast in a setting of the area where the motel, which must be taken into account when calculating prices, it can quite expensive set the price.
In certain areas of the United States, like Arizona or Utah (especially Monument Valley and Grand Canyon), there is less supply of motels, so at times it is advisable to book tourist previous room.
In our U.S. trip , we have always sought hotels with wifi, with two queen beds (single) or king (marriage), with free parking (usually in the outskirts of urban areas is so), with breakfast included in the price, TV, and if he could be with fridge.
Normally we asked for our room on the ground floor. Thus we had to climb to the first floor suitcases (almost all highway motels have only a ground floor and first floor), and so we could park the car right in front of the room.
For location, we used various existing tourism websites for booking motels . In general, we used to stay in chain motels Ramada, Days Inn, Super 8, Travelogue, Knights Inn and Howard Johnson.
Sometimes, as in Monument Valley, we had to go to a Holiday Inn more expensive but only available in the area. Other chains, like Motel 6, which are cheaper but often do not have Internet or had to pay separately.
During our trip, we found that in Canada the same hotels are about 25 percent more expensive than in the United States.