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the Desert is calling


Our newly renovated rooms are available for booking!

(760) 365-7001 / Book Now

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the Desert is calling


Our newly renovated rooms are available for booking!

(760) 365-7001 / Book Now

your pioneertown

Pioneertown is a destination unlike any other. A place to relax, unplug and be present. With a rich Hollywood history and a storied musical timeline, Pioneertown offers an experience that is uniquely its own.

Whether you're here to stargaze or celebrate, make sure you check out Pappy and Harriet's Pioneertown Palace (open Thurs-Mon).  Nearby you will also find the largely undiscovered Pioneertown Mountain Preserve(5 min) & revered brunch restaurant, La Copine Kitchen.

We welcome groups of all sizes and look forward to hosting your wedding, birthday and/or corporate retreat!

Storied history

Established in 1946, by Roy Rogers & named after the Sons of the Pioneers, the Pioneertown Motel boasts a one-of-a-kind Hollywood history. Beyond the movies, our neighbor Pappy & Harriet's has hosted unfathomable musical acts, such as Robert Plant & Paul McCartney.

desert Wilderness

Surrounded by protected lands and rare California flat top mesas, the Pioneertown Motel is the perfect jumping off point for your desert adventure. Please don't hesitate to ask our friendly staff about the best local hikes, rides and drives!

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Rustic comfort

The Pioneertown Motel was built for the biggest movie stars of the 1940's & we've restored it with that in mind. Since acquiring the motel in 2014, our amazing team has spent 2 years dreaming, designing & restoring this historical property.

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Uniquely Pioneertown


Experience the historic Pioneertown Motel, built by Roy Rogers in 1946 as lodging for Western movie stars! Our rooms have been restored to celebrate the one-of-a-kind Pioneertown history.

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Uniquely Pioneertown


Experience the historic Pioneertown Motel, built by Roy Rogers in 1946 as lodging for Western movie stars! Our rooms have been restored to celebrate the one-of-a-kind Pioneertown history.