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Motel DuBeau is a historic motel dating back to 1929 that has comfortable, yet Spartan rooms and dormitories. There are dedicated rooms for families and apart from being affordable, what makes this motel a good choice for stay is its location. The motel is located in close proximity to the Historic Downtown and Railroad District, and the Flagstaff Visitor Center. Guests have praised the hospitable staff and the motel has been awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for its excellent services.
Open the doors to this hotel and enter the past. The Weatherford has celebrated the end of the century twice and plenty of different fires, so one could easily say that it has withstood the test of time. Established in 1897 by John Rutherford, this historic hotel was utilized by presidents as well as less-than-savory outlaws. The adventure and intrigue of the old west awaits in guest rooms appointed with turn-of-the-century decor. However, don't expect the romantic reverie of dusty streets, carriage rides and whispers of a nearby gold rush, since this hotel has three bars, you'll be lucky if you get to bed before 3am! Additionally, you won't be interrupted by a telephone or television set because the hotel tries to maintain its traditional authenticity. Additionally, the hotel is rumored to have a few ghosts, so don't be surprised if they wake you up either!
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.
Built in 1902, England House Bed & Breakfast is a palatial place on Santa Fe Avenue that is on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally constructed for a local family, today it hosts several warm, yet modern rooms that are perfect for a romantic vacation. The architecture remains true to when the building was originally built; with pressed tin ceilings and period furniture throughout, it feels as if you stepped a century back in time. Of course, one would be remiss not to mention the wonderful breakfasts, which served to guests each morning.