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The Route 66

After falling into decline when the interstate highway system was created, Route 66 is experiencing a renaissance and calling curious travelers to rediscover the freedom of the open road. This itinerary takes you to can’t-miss iconic stops along the iconic Route 66, traveling from big-city Chicago to small-town destinations. Along the way, you’ll discover nostalgic roadside stops, old-school diners and Route 66 attractions and museums.



Trip Infos

  • Drive the most famous road in the World

  • Stay at Historic Hotels and dine at Historic Diners


  • Cruise the Chicago River during a passionating Architecture cruise

  • Discover the secret yet beautiful Petrified Forest National Park


  • Fly over the Grand Canyon aboard an helicopter 


  • Discover Ancient Ruines and Petroglyphs

Duration:  15 Days / 14 Nights 


  • Day 1-3: Chicago - LondonHouse

  • Day 3-4: St Louis - Live By Loews 

  • Day 4-5: Tulsa - Ambassador Hotel

  • Day 5-6: Oklahoma - 21 C Museum

  • Day 6-7: Amarillo - The Barfield

  • Day 7-9: Santa Fe - Inn & Spa At Loretto 

  • Day 9-10: Gallup - El Rancho Hotel

  • Day 10-11: Winslow - La Posada Hotel

  • Day 11-12: Grand Canyon - The Grand Hotel

  • Day 12-13: Kingman - La Quinta inn 

  • Day 13-15: Santa Monica - Palihouse Hotel

Estimated Price:  $3,900 per person

(Based on 2 Adults / Shared Activities)

Image by Sawyer Bengtson


Welcome to Chicago ! Upon arrival, pick-up tour car rental and drive to your hotel. 

There it is: the famous Chicago skyline set against the sweeping shore of Lake Michigan. You’ll quickly appreciate this urban-meets-natural beauty when your feet hit the ground in the nation’s third-largest city. In the heart of the Midwest, Chicago boasts soaring skyscrapers, 77 colorful neighborhoods, 42 kilometers of lakefront with 26 beaches and 580 parks and green spaces. Equally impressive are the dining options – 7,300 restaurants and more than 65 craft breweries – outstanding arts and culture, urban recreation along the waterfront, world-famous events and a vibrant LGBTQ+ scene. 

Night at: The LondonHouse - Riverview King 



Today celebrate the Architecture aboard a private boat on the Chicago river; It is the sweet, simple things of life which are the real ones after all. Chicago is legendary for its architecture. Highly trained and passionate volunteer docents provide a detailed narrative of Chicago's various architectural styles and the stories of the people who designed and built the city.

Night at: The LondonHouse - Riverview King 



Today, take the Route 66, heading south direction of St Louis. 

Travelers looking for cosmopolitan fun, excitement and adventure will discover a great fit in St. Louis. Located in the midwestern USA, St. Louis is sophisticated yet affordable with a variety of attractions, exhibits and cuisine, all wrapped in a friendly, diverse atmosphere

Night at: Live By Loews - King  



On the road again to Tulsa. Tulsa, the second-largest city in Oklahoma, is both cosmopolitan and all-American in its appeal. It’s a place of contrasts along the Arkansas River, where Art Deco architecture sits alongside steel skyscrapers, and rural Route 66 Americana meets state-of-the-art entertainment. Dominated by the energy industry, Tulsa’s 400,000 residents work hard by day, but let their hair down in the evening at numerous cultural and recreational facilities.

Night at: Ambassador Hotel - King 



Continue your route to Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City, known colloquially as OKC, is a bustling metropolis with a pioneer heart. With about 630,000 residents, it’s got all the big-city amenities you’d normally find in a state capital – fine dining, intriguing museums and top-notch performing arts – but you can easily become immersed in the city’s Old West heritage via its many cowboy-themed restaurants, shops and activities, too.

Night at: 21c Museum Hotel - King 



Today, start heading west, entering the Lone Star Sate to Amarillo.

Amarillo boasts a historic district listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. The U.S. Route 66-Sixth Street Historic District is a 13-block development, home to several commercial buildings built in the Spanish Revival, Art Deco and Art Moderne styles and serves as a hub for socializing and entertainment. Meet and mingle with locals at the historic – and rumored to be haunted – Natatorium building, now converted into an antiques emporium.

Also in Amarillo, visit the famous Cadillac Ranch, an art installation that features several Cadillac car sculptures with their noses buried in the ground

Night at: The Barfield - King 



Continue your route as you leave Texas for the land of Enchantment. New Mexico and the charming city of Santa Fe are waiting to welcome you. As soon as you set foot in Santa Fe, you will realize it is unlike anywhere else. With its rich history and heritage that includes Native American, Spanish, Mexican, cowboy, artistic and modern U.S. cultures, Santa Fe is among the nation’s most unique cities. You’ll discover that it definitely is one of the most interesting, and was named by Conde Nast Traveler magazine as a "Best Small City."

Night at: Inn and Spa at Loretto - King  



Enjoy a day at leisure half way on the road to recharge the batteries. Explore Santa Fe incredible surroundings; visit anciens ruins, hike beautiful state parks or do some shopping in the old town !

In Santa Fe, colorful open-air marketplaces, ancient buildings (the Palace of the Governors, for example, is the nation’s oldest continuously occupied public building), art galleries and museums sit side-by-side with sleek restaurants, exciting nightclubs and modern hotels. The plaza in downtown Santa Fe is filled with modern stores of all kinds situated alongside the Native American art market, which takes place underneath the portal at the Governor’s Palace.

Night at: Inn and Spa at Loretto - King 



Time to get back on the Route 66, heading to another historic landmark on the Road; Gallup. 

Nestled in spectacular red rock beauty and located along historic Route 66, Gallup is a beautiful place that offers enticing outdoor adventures while seamlessly blending awe-inspiring art and rich culture deeply rooted in Native American tradition and its People.

Night at: El Rancho Hotel - King 


DAY 10

Another day on the mother road, entering the state of Arizona . As you head to Winslow don't miss a detour via Petrified forest national park. 

Hundreds of millions of years ago, forest covered this now-desert terrain. Eons of geologic phenomena have turned the tree logs to colorful slabs of stone; you'll see dense concentrations of petrified wood on the park's 45-kilometer scenic drive. 

Night at: La Posada Hotel - King 


DAY 11

On the road again and after a stop at the historic city of Flagstaff, you arrive at the Grand Canyon. Both breathtaking and overwhelming at the same time, the 1.6-kilometer deep and 16-kilometer wide Grand Canyon is a testament to 2,000 million years of geological history.

Powerful and inspiring, Grand Canyon National Park in northern Arizona is no doubt on every traveler’s must-see list. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is arguably one of the USA’s most famous landmarks and encompasses nearly 5,000 square kilometers of plummeting canyons, multicolored rocks, dramatic cliffs and stunning ravines.

Night at: The Grand Hotel - King 


DAY 12

After an amazing helicopter flight over the grand canyon, head back on the Route 66, passing by Williams and Seligman before arriving at your destination for the night; Kingman. 

Kingman is the heart of Route 66, with frequent classic car events, glowing neon signs, and an overall retro vibe that embraces the city’s vibrant past.

In the late 1800s, Kingman sprang to life when the railroad laid its tracks. Mining, ranching, and of course, the railroad encouraged rapid growth. Route 66 followed suit, rolling into town and bringing with it a new era of travel.

Night at: Quality Inn Kingman - King 


DAY 13

Today is your last day on the road. Make the best of it and stop at Barstow to visit the Museum of the Route 66 before arriving at the end of the Road; Santa Monica.

Basking in sunshine 280 days of the year and located just 20 minutes west of downtown Los Angeles, Santa Monica is a walkable oasis teeming with outdoor adventures, luxury wellness spas and opportunities to kick back under blue skies and awe-inspiring sunsets. Catch some waves, chill out on pristine beaches, and cruise bike trails with dazzling views. Jump on a roller coaster, bumper cars and other surfside rides on the historic pier.  

Night at: Palihouse Santa Monica - King 


DAY 14

Enjoy a full day at leisure, looking back at what you just achieved. Conquering the Mother Road is a exploit you should be proud of. Enjoy some well deserved time at the beach or visit the best neighborhoods in LA. 

Los Angeles is a city that presents you with many faces and distinctive neighborhoods, each offering something exciting. The city has so much going on that you’ll want to give yourself plenty of time to explore. If you're after glamour, bustle and excitement, Los Angeles is the place for you.

Night at: Palihouse Santa Monica - King 


DAY 15

You did it ! Today is time to get back to reality. Drop-off your car rental at the airport and fly to your next destination. 

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