Pioneer Village Motel

★★★☆☆
  • 224 US-6

    Minden, NE 68959

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  • 308-832-2750

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EXCELLENT!!!! Yes, the decor is straight out of 1977. Yes, it's in the the middle of nowhere. But what really matters is that it's a decent, clean, safe, old school motel directly attached to AN AMAZING MUSEUM. Out-of-towners will want to stay the night because the museum takes 2 days to see. The motel is part of the charm, as is the attached restaurant. Contrary to other reviews, the restaurant opens at 7 am and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The real attraction is the museum--and it's one of the best in the country. Sure, it's not clean. Sure, there's no guided tour. It's America, in all it's ragged glory. This museum truly illustrates how mankind conquered this continent, without all the highbrow snobbery that city museums purvey these days. Take a look for yourself. Sissy suburbanites need not apply--when times get tough, you'll all die anyway.

Bottom line: HIGHLY RECOMMENDED if you want to see how this country became great before lawyers and city folks ruined it. Bring the whole family, stay in the motel, eat the local cuisine, and learn what it was like to actually do a day's work without parking your rear end in an office chair. If you want a fancy, luxury motel room with a heated pool, air conditioned bar, free wi-fi access and complimentary processed food breakfast, stay home. If you want to learn about the real people that made this country, make the drive out to Minden and see the years of progress that this man has preserved for all to see.

By the way: if the sound of trains bother you, you need to stay home. You can hear the sweet sound of American progress loud and clear from your room. If you're the kind of sensitive suburban dweller that doesn't appreciate the sound of America, then you won't like this place. Stay home, pay your dues to your homeowner's association, sip your Starbucks coffee in your $300,000 home that you don't really own, and wave your Chinese-made American flag while you smile through your artificially whitened teeth.

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★★★★★

EXCELLENT!!!! Yes, the decor is straight out of 1977. Yes, it's in the the middle of nowhere. But what really matters is that it's a decent, clean, safe, old school motel directly attached to AN AMAZING MUSEUM. Out-of-towners will want to stay the night because the museum takes 2 days to see. The motel is part of the charm, as is the attached restaurant. Contrary to other reviews, the restaurant opens at 7 am and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The real attraction is the museum--and it's one of the best in the country. Sure, it's not clean. Sure, there's no guided tour. It's America, in all it's ragged glory. This museum truly illustrates how mankind conquered this continent, without all the highbrow snobbery that city museums purvey these days. Take a look for yourself. Sissy suburbanites need not apply--when times get tough, you'll all die anyway.

Bottom line: HIGHLY RECOMMENDED if you want to see how this country became great before lawyers and city folks ruined it. Bring the whole family, stay in the motel, eat the local cuisine, and learn what it was like to actually do a day's work without parking your rear end in an office chair. If you want a fancy, luxury motel room with a heated pool, air conditioned bar, free wi-fi access and complimentary processed food breakfast, stay home. If you want to learn about the real people that made this country, make the drive out to Minden and see the years of progress that this man has preserved for all to see.

By the way: if the sound of trains bother you, you need to stay home. You can hear the sweet sound of American progress loud and clear from your room. If you're the kind of sensitive suburban dweller that doesn't appreciate the sound of America, then you won't like this place. Stay home, pay your dues to your homeowner's association, sip your Starbucks coffee in your $300,000 home that you don't really own, and wave your Chinese-made American flag while you smile through your artificially whitened teeth.

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The other review that is titled "Safe but nothing else" is wrong. If you like to see historical items then this hotel has a museum right next door, in fact the motel is in partnership with the museum, if you want to see everything in the museum it takes two days. There is also a nice little restaurant that serves great food right next door.

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★★★★☆

The other review that is titled "Safe but nothing else" is wrong. If you like to see historical items then this hotel has a museum right next door, in fact the motel is in partnership with the museum, if you want to see everything in the museum it takes two days. There is also a nice little restaurant that serves great food right next door.

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I woujld stay here again only because I have other choice. There is nothing else in menden. Hotel is run down, unbelievably tacky. There is so food after 8pm after before 10am.

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I woujld stay here again only because I have other choice. There is nothing else in menden. Hotel is run down, unbelievably tacky. There is so food after 8pm after before 10am.

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