The sign and vibe may say "old school," but this budget lodge just north of the plaza doesn't scrimp on comfort. Rooms in the 1940s South Building and in the "Casita," the original 1920s motor lodge, ooze with Southwestern Route 66 atmosphere—the three in the Casita don't even have A/C. Units in the newer West Building are larger, with kiva-style fireplaces. There's also a three-bedroom condo with full kitchen facilities for larger groups. Rates include continental breakfast and cookies in the afternoon, and all guests have access to the hot tub and heated seasonal pool. All in all this is a great value, especially considering it's within walking distance of the plaza.