This hotel stands against a backdrop of mountain peaks and welcomes travelers like an old friend. The extras you've come to expect with your spacious guest room are all here, including coffee maker, ironing board and iron, laundry and dry cleaning services, and in-room movies. Children stay free, so you can afford your favorite entree at the inn's on-site restaurant. Attractions in the surrounding area include the Arizona Snow Bowl and the beautiful Flagstaff Arboretum.
You'll be in good company at Econo Lodge University hotel, where neighbors include Northern Arizona University, conifer pine forests, and rugged mountains. Views from second-floor guest rooms are not to be missed. After touring the nearby campus, golfing, hiking Mount Elden, or browsing downtown Flagstaff's eclectic artisan shops, you'll relax in a queen or king bed. Upgraded rooms include in-room refrigerators and microwaves to satisfy your high-altitude cravings. An outdoor pool is open to guests during the summer season.
How "suite" it is to relax in a spacious living area with separate bedroom and bath! Embassy knows that after you've enjoyed the breathtaking sights and sounds of the Flagstaff mountain community, you'll want to unwind with all the comforts of home. Amenities include two remote-controlled televisions, in-room movies, outdoor heated pool, and breakfast cooked to order for even the heartiest appetites. If business is your pleasure, call ahead and ask your hosts to arrange a meeting in the onsite conference facility.
2735 S Woodlands Village Boulevard I-40 & Highway 66 Exit 195 Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Located on historic Route 66, this hotel is brimming with life's little luxuries, including a restaurant and bar, laundry services, swimming pool and jacuzzi. If you can tear yourself away from the comfort of your brand new guest room with color television, reclining lounge chair and ponderosa pine views, you are in for an unforgettable outdoor adventure. The Ski Lift Lodge & Cabins is nearby, along with hiking trails, mountain biking, fishing, bird watching and a myriad of photo opportunities. Day trip options include Sedona and the world-renowned Grand Canyon.
A palace in the pines, this location welcomes visitors with a marble and teak trimmed lobby, two flavor-rich restaurants and 183 regally decorated guest suites. Rooms include double queen or king beds and tasteful southwestern decor. Services range from steam room to sauna. An extensive activities menu serves all the fun in the sun you can handle, from swimming to skiing. Planning a meeting? Call ahead for a custom proposal, tailored to meet your needs.
Imagine escaping to your own mountain hideaway, complete with all the comforts of home! Built in the 1920s, each of six charming cottages, all of them centrally located, comes equipped with color television and VCR, phone, picnic table, grill, and picnic baskets. Some cottages include finishing touches such as fireplaces and hardwood flooring. Choose from one- to four-bedrooms to ensure that your stay is just right. After a peaceful night's sleep, guests can venture from the quiet residential neighborhood to historic downtown Flagstaff and enjoy the sights.
Sleep like a pinecone swinging gently on its favorite branch at this Flagstaff inn, where giant blue spruce and aspen trees sing visitors to sleep. Choose any one of three guest rooms and sink into a private, two-person Jacuzzi-bath for a soak, or slip into a soft king bed in front of your fireplace for an in-room movie. After a peaceful sleep, you will be ready to take on some of Flagstaff's many mountain activities. A spacious courtyard and patio are perfect places to enjoy breakfast and plan your return trip.
You know where to ski in Flagstaff, but do you know where to snore? When night falls over the slopes like a blanket, tuck yourself in at Ski Lift Lodge. Twenty-five charming one-room cabins offer a warm retreat with gas fireplaces and rustic furnishings. Amenities include in-room television and a front porch where you can listen to the birds in the towering pines outside.
Little America Hotel offers Flagstaff, Arizona vacation at its best. From their 500-acre private forest to their friendly, knowledgeable concierge staff, Little America exemplifies the adventurous spirit and hospitality of Northern Arizona. 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 lodging. It's no wonder so many travelers view Little America as the perfect four-season escape.
Plant yourself at this lovely hotel and watch the memories grow. Spacious rooms are 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 the Snowbowl, scaling Mount Elden, photographing 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.
Open the doors to this hotel and enter the past.
Having survived two world wars and fire, this two story structure has undergone restoration spanning two decades. Established in 1897 by John Rutherford, this historic hotel was utilized by ...
This familiar hotel is famous for comfort, convenience, and reasonable
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