Best Western Nursanickel Hotel,  Dalhart

3.5/5  - based on 217 guest reviews.
Corner of Highways 87 & 54, 79022-2735, Dalhart, United States - See map
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Welcome to Best Western Nursanickel Hotel! If you're planning a trip to the region, our Dalhart hotel is conveniently located near all the best attractions, including the XIT Museum. Guests at our Dalhart hotel who want something a little tastier can always head to the Hilmar Cheese Factory for samples and tours. Dalhart is the HUB of the railroad and several trains pass per day. However, a great number of our guests are here on business with Cargill Cattle Feeders or JBS Five Rivers Cattle Feeding LLC. Whether you're here for business or pleasure, rest assured that you can quickly get to your appointment or that tour you signed up for. With easy highway access to three major highways, commuting from our Dalhart hotel is very simple. We're within walking distance to multiple restaurants, and our friendly staff members are happy to provide recommendations on dining and shopping options. However, with all the amenities right in your hotel, you may not want to leave at all. Our Dalhart hotel guests enjoy extended cable with HBO®, Showtime®, and ESPN®. In the morning, leave breakfast to us. A free, full hot breakfast and reception snacks available throughout the day make you feel right at home. The morning buffet includes a big selection of your favorites, like hot scrambled eggs and waffles, omelets and bacon, sausage, a variety of pastries and cereals, fruits, yogurt and 100% Arabica coffee and juices. Hunting, golf, harvesting and fishing are all big activities near our Dalhart hotel. The Bi-County Stock Show and church and school events also bring many travelers to the area. From the XIT Rodeo and Reunion to the Dairy Day Festival, there's always something going on. The Rita Blanca Lake Park with a barbeque pit is a favorite destination for families or those looking to enjoy the weather. Even if you're here for work with the dairy farms, factories or on agriculture or livestock business, it's simple to squeeze in a little fun time. Construction for the Underpass project and US 87 is now underway. Please find alternate routes if possible and plan more time to reach your destination. Construction for the underpass project and US 87 is now underway. Please find alternate routes if possible and plan more time to reach your destination. Train Noise & Crossing, we provide free ear plugs to the guests. Hotel is currently under exterior renovation so please excuse our mess in advance.

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Best Western Nursanickel Hotel,Dalhart
  • 2
    « Nasty air wick "freshener" in the room. A clean room should not need any thing to cover .Train and traffic are very loud »

    Construction on the stairwell did not give room to walk the steps and carry luggage. Very unsafe for children. Not marked as a caution area. Not notified or mentioned at check in. We asked about how often the train went through and the check in said, "we are not given that information."

    « Very clean »

    The room was just as in the picture. Very clean and comfortable. Breakfast was less than terrific, ran out of all hot foods. Person doing the breakfast was also running the desk. Should be 2 separate people if u want happy guests. Good for the price and hotel was packed. We would stay here again if in the area.

    « Overnight »

    This is an older motel in a town with major road construction and many trains. If train noises bother you they provide ear plugs. The ice machine was kaput, so they provided ice if you requested it at the desk.

    « Nice Room »

    Location was good but because of road construction it was a little loud. Was warned about train when checking in but it was not that bad. Pool was closed. Lots of workers from out of town, when they come in they can be a little fast pulling into the parking lot. The workers used all the ice and we had to walk to store for our own. We were only there over night and passing thru, so ok over all.

    « Nice but loud trains »

    Hotel was nice, staff was very friendly, rooms were good value, but trains were very loud when they passed the hotel. I heard one train around midnight, and one around 5:30, but not sure if others passed in the night that didn't wake me up. Breakfast was good, and location was good (other than proximity to train).

    « Ashambolic hotel that does not keep it word »

    When I got to the reception I waited 5 minute only to be told there was no record of my booking. When I produced the booking conformation that I had printed off when making the booking I was told this is our fault and not to worry as there were spare rooms available. After reaching our room, unpacking and showering we decided to iron our clothes for the morning and settle down for the evening, however the steam iron didn't work so we decided to just watch the television only to find that that didn't work either. So I phone down and asked for another steam iron and someone to sort the television. A few minutes later two girls from facilities knocked on the door one with the iron the other to look at the TV. After messing with the cables and the remote for 5 minutes I was told the TV didn't work and the best they could offer was that we change rooms. We declined the offer as it was nearly 9 o'clock at night and we had settled in. The two ladies promptly left, however the receptionist re appeared 5 minutes later to tell me that to compensate for all the problems I would get a discount when I settled my bill in the morning. The following morning when settling the bill I as told because of the problems I would not be charge at all for the night's stay , further more my credit card costs would be refunded. I was then handed my receipt/invoice which had zero's cost in all the columns. However when I got home and received my card statement I had indeed been refunded my credit card costs which amounted to $8.87. BUT I had also been charged in full $ 107.34 cost of the stay. Not a place to stay and not a place to be trusted.

    « Great for quick stop over from Coloratdo back to Texas! »

    Nice amenities, hot breakfast & friendly staff! Very clean & updated . Fridge was appreciated. There is highway construction in front, but was not a bother to us. Nice pool & noticed a handicap mechanism for those who need.

    « if you like train horns you'll love this place »

    the hotel is right across the street from a very busy train track. 2 a.m. i'd guess the horns wake up the whole town. best part of the stay was the texas tavern which is within walking distance. the only restaurant, juans burritos and grill, is in the gas station across the street. enjoy the noise

    « Few Choices »

    Stayed here for 1 week. The room was supposed to be a non smoking room, but it had a bad odor of smoke. Mentioned it to the front desk and she just said it was from the room below. Not possible. Used the pool a few times, was refreshing, and is a salt brine system which is nice. Provided breakfast was good in the morning, only problem if you sleep in on the weekend, they close at 9. Most are open later on the weekend. Laundry machines are provided. The rooms are clean other than the smoke smell, maybe it was just the room I had. When I checked out, the girl at the desk said she would make a note and check it out. When your in the room I guess you get used to it, but when you first go in, you can really smell it. Overall it's not really a bad place to stay for the money.

    « Keep On Going »

    We enjoy most Best Westerns. Nursanickel is old. Nursanickel is in Dalhart. That's 2 bad strikes. The highway next to the hotel is under construction and will be for the next two years. Ingress and egress are difficult due to the construction. Plus the air is filled with road construction dirt. The train is the third strike. We were on the second floor but it still made a noticeable rumble sound in the room during the night. Then there are the flies that are ever present in the room. When the staff puts fly swatters in the room you might now you'll have a problem. We killed 9 but they kept sneaking in! The room was adequate, so was the bathroom but overall it's the pits.

  • 4
    « Straightforward stopover on the way to the mountains »

    This is an old (built late 1960s - early 1970s, if I had to guess), but well kept, motor court style Best Western smack in the middle of Dalhart. Expect few frills, but expect to be comfortable. The beds were comfortable and the rooms were generally spacious (although the bathroom was a bit tight). There are plenty of critical reviews of this hotel. If you're expecting luxury, you should look elsewhere. However, if you're looking for a clean, comfortable place to stop over on the way to somewhere else, this is a solid choice. The rooms look to have been recently remodeled and refurnished. Because you're in Dalhart, you're right next to the railroad tracks. However, the staff makes the best of this location by offering complimentary earplugs from a jar kept at the desk. Also, because you're in Dalhart (and, thus, you're in cattle country), there will be flies. To help, the housekeeping staff leaves a fly swatter in each room for your convenience. The complimentary breakfast was good and the staff pleasant. The wifi worked well. The only thing that keeps this hotel from receiving 5/5 is that there are very minor maintenance flaws that do not affect the hotel's comfort at all. I noticed paint peeling from the bathroom door jamb and baseboards that looked really banged-up. Also, the parking is a bit tight. But the things that matter: beds, towels, door locks, etc., are well cared for.

    « Good bed + good shower = Good choice »

    After reading the reviews, I was a little concerned about the noise from the train. I think the train would be an issue with most hotels in Dalhart. We made reservations about 9:00 pm and arrived at 10:30 pm on s Friday night. The place was busy, but quiet (other than the train). Complimentary ear plugs are available at the front desk. We stayed in room 225, with a king-size bed. The decor appeared modern and rather new. The room was simple, but clean. Breakfast began at 6:00 am, and included hot options including make your own waffles. We just grabbed coffee, fruit, and yogurt to go. Hotel prices in Dalhart were much more reasonable than Amarillo.

    « Dirty rooms »

    Originally booked a double bed room on accident. Called to change to a single king and lady on the phone was very helpful. Got there at three in the morning and staff was waiting to check us in. But the bed was covered in hair, it was absolutely disgusting. The only other room available was a double bed. The bed was cleaner. But throughout my stay I found multiple bugs in the room: a fly that wouldn't leave me alone, a bug in my drinking glass, and a spider in the bathroom. Cleanliness was almost nonexistent during my experience there.

    « Not Quite Up To Par »

    I'll attach several photos as they tell the story better than I could. For starters, this hotel does get a few things right. I like the covered peep hole and that the table lamp and night stand lamp have all the connections you might need, including USB, for connecting a wired device or recharge a cell phone. The room was clean and furnished in a modern style; which I truly appreciated. I did think it strange that the room had it's own fly swatter (I've never seen that in a hotel before) but it came in handy when I killed three of four (one got away) houseflies buzzing around the room. The only other bug I recall seeing in the room (there were plenty outside) was a dead one inside the bathroom ceiling light. But, basically, my room was in need of some attention (i.e., peeling paint repaired, water stains sealed and painted, etc.). But, probably the most troubling was the lack of adequate secure parking for a truck with a small U-Haul trailer. I had to park near the road construction at the edge of the street in the very front of the parking lot. The turmoil created near that intersection, due to the construction and heavy traffic congestion, makes access and egress a dicey proposition. In terms of value, I think the room was priced about 10% above what it should have been for the age and condition of the room and the hotel's location. Bottom line: I probably would not stay here again if I could avoid it.

    « Our Night at the Nursanickle »

    The name has intrigued me for years. Our schedule finally allowed us to stay here. The experience was very pleasant. While the facility is "old-style" (doors opening to the outside), it is very well kept.

    « Very pleased »

    A really great stay at this Best Western. Our room was update, clean, flat screen tv, pretty decor, fridge, microwave and plenty out plug in ports including USB. The beds, linen and pillows were comfortable and the AC was functioning well. The parking lot is currently going through some reconstruction so parking was limited. The con about this motel is their location. The train goes by the motel at night several times I.E. 12:45am and blows it whistle. The AC will not drown out the whistle. I had read reviews about the train so I made sure I took a second floor room in the back corner.

    « Wouldn't honor email confirmed price quote »

    Hotel is clean. Road construction outside. Construction in the parking lot on the property. Booked reservations through AAA for a night's stay in this AAA Diamond rated hotel. Price charged was $31 higher than the price in my confirmation email. After calling the Best Western corporate office, we were refunded $10. Am not recommending this hotel in any way. Customer service is not a priority for this front desk staff.


    On our way to Red River, NM we stopped off in Dalhart and decided to stay in this Best Western. Like most Best Westerns it was clean and comfortable. The breakfast was very good and the manager at the desk was knowledgeable and helpful.

    « Passing Through »

    We were driving to California and stopped here for a night. The hotel was fine. Clean and comfortable. Good breakfast and friendly staff. There is a train that runs through town all night long. They provide earplugs, ha!

    « Excellent value »

    The Management and staff go beyond what would be expected to make the stay a pleasant one. Renovated rooms and supreme effort of all the staff to mitigate a little train noise are very apparent and do more than make up for the sound of the trains. It is a very good value and one won't find a more pleasant, sincere, and helpful staff anywhere. All the right stuff!

  • 3
    « Decent Overnight, Except for Train »

    Stopped at BW Nursanickle on way to Colorado. Booked through This is an old style 'motel' with doors opening to outside. Dalhart has major road construction that stops just short of the BW, so entrance into parking lot gave a dusty impression. There were several men drinking beer IN the pool, and all of this gave an unsettling first impression, however everyone was quiet and kept to themselves. The rooms have been updated and appeared immaculately clean. Carpet was newer, furniture appeared new and trendy, bed comfortable, plenty of hot water, and fluffy towels. Breakfast was typical complimentary breakfast and was well stocked. Only real problem is the train. Train track is right there and they blow their whistles approaching the intersection. Overnight, we had about four whistle events and the train sounds like it is in the room with you. Front desk offers ear plugs but in no way would ear plugs block the sound. Other than that this is a decent, clean, convenient place to stay.

    « A good night at the Nursanickel »

    I work weekends and when I am going home to northern Colorado, I will stop here. The rooms are comfortable, the sleep is good, the rooms meet my needs, and the breakfast is hot and fresh. I make this stop part of my travel plans.

    « Noisy »

    My son said he liked trains. Good thing because we heard them all night long. It felt like we were on the train. The AC would have drowned the noise out if it would have allowed me to run the fan constantly. The room itself seemed very clean and well kept.

    « Suitable for a passing through visit »

    The hotel was clean and the breakfast was hot. The beds seemed comfortable enough. Yes, there was some train noise but we were offered ear plugs at the front desk and they were complementary. I thought that this hotel was adequate for a one night stay. I just wish the front desk employee had offered to make sure we were signed up for the $50.00 gift card offer.

    « Good for an overnight »

    Clean, comfortable room and friendly staff. Lots of road construction so it is hard to get to. It is pet friendly but there wasn't a very good place to walk our dog. They offer ear plugs because of the trains, I only heard one train around 9:00. It was not a quiet hotel, not bad but just not real quiet.

    « Best Western »

    Our room was very clean and comfortable and the staff was very friendly and helpful. The only negative experience for us at this hotel was the parking. There was not an area for a truck pulling a trailer and we had to park far away from our room.

    « Great stay »

    Clean comfortable room, very reasonably priced, friendly staff, good breakfast, large variety to choice from, hot foods, cereal, fruit, yogurt and danishes. We would definitely stay here again. There are trains that come through town several times a day and at night, but it wasn't a problem.

    « Trains »

    Room was small but, very clean. Tub and shower not made for anyone over 5 foot tall. Trains ran all night so, try to get a room towards the back. Breakfast was the best thing about the entire stay. Pool was not open but, it was only 36 degrees that night. People were friendly bu, not American.

    « one night stay »

    We only stayed one night as a stop over while traveling to Phoenix. Only thing I would recommend is when seniors stay at the hotel you put them on the bottom floor as there is not an elevator. All rooms are outdoor entrance. Hotel was quite adequate with comfortable beds. Breakfast was great with several options.

    « Worst motel I've ever stayed in »

    water didn't drain out of tub. Tub & shower room so small you couldn't turn around in it. Even left a rag to clean room. What does that tell you. Front desk lied when said rooms were updated. Vanities old crappy. I can't believe Best Western puts their name on a place like this.

  • 3
    « Okay stay »

    The room was clean but the king room did not have comfortable seating in it. We had to sit on the bed to watch TV. We always book rooms with king beds because there is usually at least one chair or a love seat. The hotel is very close to train tracks but fortunately, a train did not come through while we were sleeping.

    « Probably best in Dalhart »

    No surprises here except 2 things. The rooms are better quality than you'd expect with a best western or a motel at all. It's more like a holiday inn. The breakfast is big for continental. Great to have that in the morning. Dog friendly for only 10$ per dog.

    « Family Travel »

    My family of four stayed at this hotel. It was near a major railroad crossing but when we checked in they offered ear plugs....we didn't use nor did we really hear the trains. It was nice that they gave us the heads up.

    « Friendly people, really nicely updated rooms. »

    This is our second stay at this property. We are always tired when we get here and generally just sleep and get up and journey on. The thing most people know about Dalhart is the trains are noisy. This can't be helped. We arrived at 2:00 AM in the morning to find a very pleasant front desk person who got us the last room here and the last non-smoking room in Dalhart. The room was really, really nice, recently updated, fresh smelling and most of all quiet. Breakfast was crowded but good and everybody seemed to be enjoying their stay as much as we did. They keep the breakfast open longer when it is crowded as it was this night. I recommend this place with the strange name.

    « Super Clean and Friendly Staff »

    Second stay at this motel. For this price range, the cleanliness of the rooms and friendliness of the staff is top notch. Kind of close to the train and some noise from that, but not too bad. They provide earplugs if you wish.

    « Is Dalhart TX close to nowhere? »

    Great beds. We just needed a place to sleep for the night and made our choice without looking at reviews but we were pleasantly surprised with our experience. Alex was working the front desk and was friendly and helpful. The room was clean and fresh. We did not use the TV, we used the wi-fi and went to bed. The bed was more comfortable than my bed at home and I slept straight through 7 hours. They told me that the train goes by close to the motel but I did not hear it. Ask for a room away from the road. They offer to supply those common things that you may have forgotten and the free breakfast is good. It includes Texas shaped waffles and good, not great, biscuits and gravy. (Holiday Inn Express biscuits and gravy is not good)

    « Very helpful staff ! »

    Let's just say I was stuck in a difficult place. I was stranded without a mode of transportation in Dalhart. I had some issues with my vehicle, and every staff member made sure I found my way back home. Barry / Sloane / Uvidalia, thanks for the help !!!

    « Noisy! Don't stay. »

    The hotel is very noisy being located at the intersection of two major highways (major for Dalhart) and next to the train tracks. Loud noises all night long! When we checked into the room we found leftover food in the refrigerator...yuck! I would try to avoid Dalhart as other hotels are not much better.

    « Dalhart Best Western Nursanickel Inn »

    A good place to stay. Convenient to things in the area. If passing through, a good place to stay the night. I was only there about 9 hours, but I have no complaints and had a good breakfast also. I slept well, the room was quiet, and the staff was very friendly and helpful. If I have the need and opportunity, I will stay here again.

    « Newly Remodeled rooms accomponied by Excellent management »

    I travel quite a bit for work and have also been in the hospitality industry for the past 15 years. The BWN in Dalhart is newly remodeled, clean, and pet friendly. Every time I stay in a hotel of this caliber there are generally a few set backs. I must say as a service/hospitality industry professional that Barry Sukha (the GM) went above and beyond my expectations in every way possible. I had a minor issue with my room as well as some excessive noise coming from a another room. He genuinely cared about my stay and addressed the situations with class and respect for all the guests involved. I know this because I was in the lobby while he called and addressed the noise complaint. He was just equally accommodating to the person that I complained about as he was to me as well as every other guest I saw him interact with. This industry needs more people like him. Thank you for all your hospitality Barry! Because of you, this will be the only place I stay if ever in the Dalhart area again. Thanks again for the hospitality and I wish you many more years of success and good fortune. Josh L, Dallas, TX

  • 5
    « Don't judge a book by its cover »

    Pulling up to Dalhart, we knew this small town wasn't going to have many lodging options. However, once inside we were all very pleased with the Best Western! The cheaper of the motels in town, this definitely didn't feel like it. The rooms were nice, breakfast had something for everyone, the the staff went out of their way to accommodate us. Fair warning, you are RIGHT on the train tracks, so take advantage of the offer for earplugs.

    « Maybe best stay in Dalhart given the options »

    We were passing through Dalhart and if you have been there you know there are not many good options. Our stay last night at the Best Western Nursanickel exceeded expectations. For a hotel on a major highway AND rail system our room was very quiet. The staff was very helpful. The room was very clean and the wifi strong. Good bed. Best value and rate we found. Would stay there next time passing through.

    « Dalhart Best Western Nursanickel »

    This is a very nice and comfortable motel in Dalhart, one of the most convenient places to spend the night if traveling between Texas and Colorado. The rooms and amenities are nice, they take our dog (an important member of the family) and have a nice, grassy pet area that was not there in earlier years, and our only concern was that prices are a little higher than other motels in town. Rooms do have high-speed internet, mini-fridges and microwaves, and hair dryers, which are frequently absent in other motels.

    « Good bed, but poor cold breakfast. »

    The room was nice and the bed was comfy, however the pillows (though there were many) were like rocks. Both of us woke up with neck pain. Will have to remember to pack our own if we ever want to stay here again. The breakfast looked wonderful, but the hot food was cold and we were about first in line. Very disappointing.

    « Awesome place! Impressive for motel! »

    My can't and dog stayed here in our way to Colorado. We were so impressed with how fancy and clean it was. Everything was updated and the free breakfast was great. Too bad we had to walk through the 'historical blizzard' to take the dog out! My husband want to start staying here instead of la quinta or motel 6. I wonder if they are all this nice...Or is it the management?

    « Excellent service and value »

    Friendly, helpful staff. They demonstrate their appreciation for the business. Manager and staff were very helpful gathering road condition information for us. Over the years we have found their efforts to be very consistent

    « Great stay »

    Room was very warm. Newly updated with Carpet and linens.. Clean restrooms and lots of towels Quiet room great place to stay .. Bed was a little short but comfy with 6 pillows..Free breakfast with all the fixings and great orange juice.. Office was quick to check in and out friendly service

    « Excellent Service »

    Excellent service, great staff, very friendly and accommodating. Front desk person very helpful in locating restaurants. Room was large and very clean. Location was excellent. Recommend to anyone to stay at this location.

    « Nice updated room »

    TheTrain . well that is exactly what it is. And it runs around the whole town. So its up to you 165 dollars to 60 dollars it will either be on your left, right , in front or behind you. It work me up one time in 3 days. The room was great the shower was great the staff was very friendly . if my works brings me back I will stay here again. The Steak House 10x or X10 WHICHEVER IS VERY GOOD .

    « A Good Overnight in Dalhart, Texas »

    The BW Nursanickel is an older BW motel, but they have kept it up nicely and in all honesty, it's a little bit of an oasis in Dalhart which primarily revolves around large cattle operations, trucking traffic on the main roads through town and numerous trains rolling through town. Dalhart smells like cattle, some days worse than others and you just have to adjust when outside. Of importance though is the fact that the BW has tight window and door seals and zilch cow aroma inside the room, big plus! Our room was away from the train whistles so barely a hint of noise, we noted they did offer ear plugs for guests on request. Our room had a very comfy bed, was nicely decorated, good wifi. The heater in the room struggled a bit at first, but by the time we came back from dinner, all was nice and toasty. Staff was friendly and efficient. Property was clean. This BW is located at a very busy intersection, turning into the parking lot from the north can be a bit challenging due to truck traffic. We would definitely stay here again.

  • 2
    « Bad news »

    I thought it was a bad sign when I saw the "earplugs available on request" sign. Then I found a complimentary set in the hotel as well. Yep, trains and trucks all night. The towel left to clean with was another signal of the problems here. Several bugs in the room as well. I could not get out fast enough the next morning.

    « glad »

    I was so glad there was a BW in Dalhart. I was tired from traveling for several days and nights. I didn't want to drive any more or stay at a different motel. Prices are always high, but it was reasonable. I didn't care for the foam pillows, but I was so tired it didn't matter. Management always needs to be aware of mold in the bathroom around the tubs.

    « guest »

    The first room we were given had a backed up toilet with water and wet towels on the floor. Overall cleanliness was bad. Second room was better but not great, and the train about knocked you out of bed after it woke you up four or five times through the night.

    « Worst Hotel in Dalhart »

    This hotel is next to train tracks with constant traffic, blowing horns all night. They make you sign a disclaimer after they check you in so they can keep your money after you cannot sleep at night. They force cancer patients on oxygen to climb stairs, even when they have first floor rooms available.

    « Trains & more trains »

    Trains all night long. When I asked the girl behind the desk when trains came through she just shrugged her shoulders. Breakfast was what you would expect, nothing special. When I checked in they wanted to make a copy of my drivers license. Could somebody please explain to me why this is necessary. Everyone has security cameras these days. In this age of identify theft this is not a very good practice. I can understand if all you want to do is verify identity but you don't need to make a copy.

    « Must love trains »

    A decent hotel but nothing special. Next time I'm driving thru the panhandle, I'll stay in Dumas instead. The room was pretty tired and there was train noise almost all night long. The hotel had a pool that I didn't take advantage of, but the free breakfast was mostly adequate.

    « Trains big deal »

    We stayed here on the way through. Stayed one night. Room was clean. No coffee in room I had to ask for. I love hearing trains in the distance but these were close enough to wake us up. I am an heavy sleeper . Lots of people hanging around outside. I would not stay here again.

    « good place to stay »

    Don't know what all the hoopla was about concerning the train. We stayed here on our way home from Colorado and were not bothered by the train whistle. In fact, heard it only once. Nice clean room, good air conditioner. Would stay here again. Nice remodel--granite counter tops and shower walls.


Getting to the hotel ...

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·From: All directions. The Best Western Nursanickel Hotel is located at the junction of Highways 87/385 and 54. ·From: Nortex Feed Lot Ltd. Make a right from Nortex and go about 2 miles and turn right on Highway 87 South. Go about 1. 5 miles to the left, go under the bridge and one block on left after the traffic light is the Best Western Nursanickel Hotel. ·From: RUAN. Turn right from RUAN and go straight 5 miles, before the second traffic light, on right hand side is the Best Western Nursanickel Hotel.