If you've ever wanted to live out your Wild West dreams, this adorable little motel feels like the set of a Western movie. The Pioneertown Motel in California is nestled in the middle of the high desert and gives off major mirage vibes. The best part is, it's completely affordable to stay there. 

The Pioneertown Motel is just outside of Joshua Tree National Park, making it the perfect getaway if you want to soak in the desert vibes. 

It's a true oasis complete with fast WiFi and stellar views of the stars.

Built in 1946, this spot was originally a movie set made by Ray Rogers. You can walk to the historic Pioneertown Mane Street and explore the town as it used to be. 

There are no TVs, no common indoor spaces (think: lobby), and plenty of ways to embrace the surrounding desert.

It averages around $175 per night, making it pretty inexpensive to go with your bestie or S/O. 

It's pet-friendly as well, so you can bring your pup along with you to enjoy the desert. 

Each of the different rooms is decorated in a Wild West theme with sloped ceiling beams, plenty of cacti, and a front porch to sit on in the mornings and evenings. 

If you're craving wide-open spaces, breathtaking sunsets, and an escape from reality, this accommodation is like taking a step back into a simpler time. 

Reconnect with nature and the Wild West at this adorable motel. 

Don't forget your cowboy hat!

Pioneertown Motel 

Price: $175+ per night

Address: 5240 Curtis Rd., Pioneertown, CA

Why You Need To Go: This rustic motel is like taking a trip back in time to the Wild West. 

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