At the Doubletree by Hilton, it seems that no matter which one you stay, the properties always make you feel as if you are relaxing in the comforts of home. The facilities at this Flagstaff location include an on-site restaurant that serves amazing Japanese food, a heated swimming pool, sauna and many more amenities inside your room. The accommodations offer high-end toiletries, plush beds, flat-screen TVs and almost all rooms have great views of the Ponderosa Pines.
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.
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.
SpringHill Suites Flagstaff provides all the comforts of home and hospitality to all its visitors. Inside the hotel, guests have access to complimentary Wi-Fi and continental breakfast as well as plush linens and luxurious toiletries. Other in-room amenities include flat screen TVs, an ergonomic work desk and the studio suites have a microwave and refrigerator. The hotel is also conveniently located to many attractions around downtown Flagstaff and if you have business with Northern Arizona University, there's not a better place to stay.
Spend a night beneath the desert stars and see Sedona from a cowboy's point of view. This is one of Northern Arizon's most popular camp sites, famous for its fishing, wading, hiking, wildlife and photographic appeal. Nestled in Oak Creek Canyon, 58 single camp sites offer fire rings, grills, and picnic tables. No pets, please. Come early, as these scenic spots sell out quickly, especially on fair-weather weekends.
Dreaming of a creek side cabin? Briar Patch Inn has the answer, with 17 cottages tucked along the banks of Oak Creek in beautiful Oak Creek Canyon. Dressed in rustic comfort, these cottages accessorize with Native American art. A crackling fireplace warms many visitors. Most cottages have one bedroom and sleep two to four people. The Heron, Eagle and Creekside each have two bedrooms, and the Ponderosa has three. Borrow a book from the on-location library and curl up in your own patch of sunlight on nine acres of ground, or call your hosts to arrange a therapeutic massage.
When traveling on a budget, if you don't choose to camp, then your next best option is a friend or family member's couch. However if that doesn't work, then try your neighborhood youth hostel. Fortunately, this one located in Flagstaff's Southside neighborhood is close to the historic district and it provides clean accommodations that definitely scream Spartan. As with most hostels, all amenities are shared, but one good thing about this spot is that it doesn't have a curfew and/or lockout hours which many other hostels do have. The knowledgeable folks who work here are friendly and can provide some good tips for sights around Flagstaff and its environs.