Buildings in the National Register of Historic Places
3660 Southwest Boulevard (map it)
Located on the original Route 66 in Tulsa, the Sixty-Six Motel consisted of 17 small units of concrete block construction covered with stucco. Most of the rooms of this motel were quite small, connected with covered garage bays. The office building originally housed a cafe, and there was once a service station on the site. It was, thus, an early example of offering multiple services to the traveler. Rooms rented for $2.00 per night per couple, $1.50 for singles. The motel’s front signs boasted the comforts of “Thermostat Heating” and the availability of “Reasonable Rates.” The motel was demolished on June 26, 2001.
The motel was listed in the National Register on December 13, 1996. It was listed under National Register Criteria A and C, and its NRIS number is 96001487.