The Historic Boots Court is located in Carthage, Missouri on Old Route 66 on what is called the "CROSSROADS of AMERICA". The Boots was built in 1939 by Arthur Boots, and still carries his name today. The "Motel" was saved from demolition by two sisters who are presently restoring the property to the way it was in 1949, and with the five rooms in the detached annex being completed and opened-for-business in 2012, this famous Art Deco-Streamline Modern building is currently listed by Trip Advisor.com as the "Best Motel in Carthage"! Stay with us and experience history.
A single room with a double bed is $66. a night, taxes included.
A room with two double beds is $71. a night, taxes included
Rooms #10 and #11 have a "lock-off" or connecting interior door for a total of 3 double beds
and 2 bathrooms. For authenticity, TV is not offered but we do have a "Radio in every room!".
Free WI-FI . An extra roll-away bed or futon, ice, extra towels etc. are available on request.
The Boots Court has only five rooms available at this time so reservations are strongly suggested. We know that your schedule may change if you are delayed, and we ask that you call us before 6pm if you are either running late or wish to re-schedule so we can make your room available to others. We accept VISA & MASTERCARD.
(Advance payment is not required)
Freebooter Special - Pick up your Freebooter Card at the Registration Desk when you sign in.
After six nights at the Boots, get your seventh night FREE with your Freebooter Card !
Make Reservations by calling us at (417) 310-2989
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This website is always being updated with new stories and photographs for the 2014-2015 season and Restoration continues.
ARRRRUGG!....Once again the BOOTS COURT celebrates
"National Talk like a Pirate DAY" on Sept. 19th. and you can save some booty if you look and talk like a Pirate. Click on the cartoon Pirate to learn more about this annual BOOTS tradition!