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.
This quaint bed and breakfast offers uniquely decorated rooms with antique furniture. The bed and breakfast is located at the foot of Mount Elden. Private bathrooms are standard at the Starlight Pines Bed and Breakfast. All of the bathrooms feature antique tubs and/or showers. The rooms are also equipped with free Wi-Fi. Guests at the Starlight Pines can dine on breakfast in the dining room or have it delivered to their rooms. The Starlight Pines B & B is within a 10-minute drive of the historic district in downtown Flagstaff. The Lowell Observatory is 5 miles from the property.
This inn beats like a warm, welcoming heart at the center of Flagstaff's brisk mountain community, infusing the fresh pine-scented air with a note of romance. This nine-room bed and breakfast is a rustic palace with rich delights including private baths, mini-fridges and coffeemakers. Some rooms harbor hidden treasures such as Jacuzzis, tiled fireplaces, trundle beds and rich, jewel-toned comforters that bring nature's warmest colors indoors to tuck you in for a perfect night's rest.
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.
Situated on 2,200 acres of forested land, this extended-stay resort features two swimming pools, tennis, golf, horseback riding and children's activities. When the high-desert altitude awakens your appetite, just walk to the on-site restaurant or retreat to your spacious guest condo for a quiet snack. One and two bedroom units include telephones and fold-out sofas. Some have full kitchens, Jacuzzis and fireplaces. If all of this isn't enough to quench your thirst for outdoor fun, the resort is within two hours drive from the Painted Desert and the Grand Canyon.
Little America Hotel offers the best of Northern Arizona in plush and presidential surroundings. From their 500-acre private forest to their friendly, knowledgeable concierge staff, Little America exemplifies the adventurous spirit and hospitality of Flagstaff. Whether you're headed for the rugged cliffs and panoramic views of the Grand Canyon or the breathtaking beauty and eclectic shops of Sedona, Little America Hotel provides the perfect accommodations. It's no wonder so many travelers view Little America as the perfect four-season escape.
Near Northern Arizona University and Flagstaff, Arizona city centre, this hotel offers convenient services and amenities such as free wireless high-speed internet access in all guestrooms. Grand Canyon National Park is 120 km from the property. Rodeway Inn Downtown Flagstaff features guestrooms with flat-screen TVs, mini-refrigerators, and microwaves. After a restful night's sleep, guests can begin the day with complimentary coffee, tea and juice at this pet-friendly hotel. Orpheum Presents is 5 minutes' walk from Downtown Flagstaff Rodeway Inn. Knob Hill Ranger Station is 15 minutes' drive from the property.
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!
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.
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.