The Motel


The Motel

Built originally as a waypost for movie stars of old Westerns, Pioneertown Motel has stood since 1946 as a place for wearied travelers and sun-drunk revelers to seek solace and inspiration. Gene Autry played poker until sunrise in Room #9.

+ 19 guest rooms
+ 24-hour lounge — “The Canteen”
+ Event space
+ Desert gardens
+ A/C, desert skies and free wifi

We have rooms with king beds and rooms with queen beds, rooms named after movie stars and rooms with giant cactuses in them. Room number 1 is The Canteen — a room for everybody, with books and card games and Canyon Coffee.
Art is the desert’s calling card. Pioneertown Motel has been recently re-envisioned with help from our talented desert brethren: furniture maker Dan Anderson, artists Wilder California, builders Aaron, Harrison and Ryan and the landscaping/bouldering skills of Tony B.

The Red Cabin


Built in 1946, the Red Cabin is located right on Mane Street and was originally built as the land sale office for Pioneertown. This gem of a cabin was recently purchased and renovated by the nearby Pioneertown Motel. It is truly one of the coziest, most rustic, and charming cabins in Pioneertown. A quick walk to Pappy and Harriet's and the Motel, the cabin is perched right on Mane Street with stunning views, a porch for carrying on, and a wood fired stove. What more can you ask for.