Set Current Location
This historic grand hotel, where celebrities like Bing Crosby, Clark Gable, and Teddy Roosevelt once slept, still waits to welcome you in four stories of timeless grandeur. Against a backdrop of impossibly blue southwestern sky, this mountaintop masterpiece stands like a grand lady looking over Route 66, just one block away. Though you're sure to hear history talking to the tune of aspen trees and softly bustling guests, you'll also experience today's luxuries including private baths, cable television, great views, and a restaurant and lounge just downstairs. Wander the surrounding streets to explore Flagstaff's many shops and attractions.
Drury Inn on Milton Road works as a great stopover for those on a budget who are in between the Grand Canyon and Phoenix. While here, most of the expected amenities are provided, such as a hot breakfast, free parking and Wi-Fi, not to mention having a location in the middle of everything. Nearby attractions include some superb local breweries and restaurants, Beaver Street and Lumberyard are two that provide curated, strong beer and Fratelli or NiMarco's pizza are there to soak it up.
Baymont Inn & Suites Flagstaff brings you three floors of fun with comfortable guest rooms including 24-hour coffee and tea, cable television and complimentary continental breakfast. You'll have the whole world in your hands with skiing, snowboarding and shopping just down the street, and the Grand Canyon's rim only 80 scenic miles north. If you're in town for higher learning, you're in luck; Northern Arizona University is right next door.
Reasonable rates and a central location make this hotel an excellent choice for business travelers and pleasure seekers alike. Nestled along Highway 89, the hotel is only five miles from the Lowell Observatory and its famous telescopes. For a more earthly experience, visit the beautiful hillsides of the Arboretum, a scenic six miles away. When you've exhausted the adventures at hand, you'll appreciate your comfortable guest room with cable television. If you can't enjoy your travels without Fido, bring him along. Pets are welcome.
Plant yourself and your family at this lovely hotel and let the memories just happen. Inside, guests will find spacious rooms appointed with microwave ovens, refrigerators, cable television, two phone lines with data ports and a complimentary copy of USA Today delivered to your doorstep. After a day of skiing Snowbowl, scaling Mount Elden, taking pics of Northern Arizona wildlife, fishing Mormon Lake, shopping for Native American art or wandering the tree-lined streets, you can unwind in the Garden's indoor Jacuzzi, or retreat to your guest room for a movie. Non-smoking and handicapped-accessible guest rooms are available upon request.
The Comfort Inn is always a good option when looking for economical and convenient accommodations. It's location right off of U.S. highways I-17 and 1-80 allows for easy excursion south towards Sedona or west towards Las Vegas. Additionally, the outdoor hot tubs and pool are perfect whether you're here in the summer or the winter. A free buffet breakfast is served each morning. Complimentary WiFi is located throughout the hotel.
Located on historic Route 66, this affordable hotel provides everything travelers need. With free Wi-Fi, a swimming pool and an on-site game room, you really never have to leave. If you can tear yourself away from the comfort of your guest room with color television, reclining lounge chair and views of the majestic Ponderosa Pines, Northern Arizona is right outside the door. The Ski Lift Lodge & Cabins is nearby, along with hiking trails, mountain biking, fishing, bird watching and a myriad of photo opportunities.
Northern Arizona University is less than 1 mile from this hotel. The spacious guest rooms at Sleep Inn Flagstaff offer cable TV. Guests can enjoy a daily breakfast that includes scrambled eggs, bacon, biscuits and gravy and Belgian waffles. The hotel's lobby offers fireplace seating. A coffee maker and work desk are included in every room at Sleep Inn Flagstaff. Decorated with warm colors, the contemporary rooms also provide ironing facilities. This hotel is a 5-minute drive from the Flagstaff Amtrak and within 15 minutes of Lowell Observatory and Continental Country Club. Walnut Canyon National Monument is 13 miles away.
This Best Western has an interesting name, with it being named after a film made in 1954. Even though the name is usual, it provides all of the service and comforts travelers have come to expect, making it a pleasant place to stay along the way out of Flagstaff. All of the rooms are non-smoking and they all contain flat screen TVs, organic toiletries and work stations. Other amenities include free breakfast, parking, internet access and it also allows you to bring your pets for a nominal fee.