Discover the romance of the old west on Arizona's historic Route 66. The hotel is your home on the range, with in-room coffee makers, complimentary breakfast and happy hour, and color television with pay-per-view movies. Fire up an appetite with the complimentary manager's barbecue each Wednesday. A public Jacuzzi and exercise facility complete the package. Attractions in the surrounding area are endless. Ride the river with white-water rafting or rent a mountain bike and pedal the largest ponderosa pine forest in the world.
You'll get a lot of comfort for a little cash at this hotel in Flagstaff, located just 80 miles (129 kilometers) away from the Grand Canyon. Built in 1991, the hotel is nicely appointed with tasteful decor and a delightful array of amenities. All rooms include cable television with remote control. Suites include coffee makers, refrigerators, ironing boards, and private patios, perfect for watching the sunset. A heated pool and spa complete the leisure-seeker's package and business travelers enjoy fax and data services.
A nature lovers' paradise, this bed and breakfast stands on more than two acres of forest land with up-close mountain views, seasonal wild flowers and plenty of room to roam. Accommodations bring the great outdoors, indoors with nature's finest colors. Rooms include private baths and television sets. After a day of hiking, biking, or exploring the quaint mountain town of Flagstaff, guests can enjoy an evening inside by the fireplace or outside soaking in a starlit hot tub.
Romance spends much of her free time in Flagstaff, and you're sure to find her at this bed and breakfast. The Victorian-style home has a rich heritage of romantic elegance, seen best through antique furnishings and fresh flowers, warmed by a crackling fireplace and the hospitality of your hosts. One of the guest rooms includes an authentic fainting couch, and you just might need it after you've experienced Mount Elden's brisk mountain air and breathtaking views. All rooms include spacious claw-foot tubs, perfect for soaking in the scented soaps provided.
This elegant historic home was built in 1912 by C.B. Wilson, a cousin of the legendary Wyatt Earp. Today, the inn is the perfect place for a romantic interlude. Hardwood floors, period furnishings and a fireplace warm the atmosphere at this popular hideaway. Three lovely guest rooms have private baths and small refrigerators stocked with snacks, compliments of your hosts. Special features include a brass bed and king sized shower in one room, a cherry sleigh bed in another and a gas fireplace in the third.
Backpackers, students and other outdoor enthusiasts love the Grand Canyon Hostel for its great rates, central location and personable staff. Open dorm rooms are perfect for large parties, and private guest rooms are a cozy retreat for couples. Free amenities include coffee, tea, local telephone calls, fresh linens and breakfast each morning from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. A common area with television and computer facilities generates an upbeat atmosphere in which to meet other like-minded travelers. Dorms are available from 17USD and double bed rooms from 36USD
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 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. Sink into a romantic reverie of dusty streets, carriage rides and whispers of a nearby gold rush. You won't be interrupted by a telephone or television set.
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.
410 N Leroux St Near the Grand Canyon Flagstaff, AZ 86001
This inn beats like a warm, welcoming heart at the center of Flagstaff's brisk mountain community, infusing the fresh pine air with a note of romance. Heralded by savvy out-west enthusiasts such as Arizona Highways Magazine and PBS TV, 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 coordinates that bring nature's warmest colors indoors and tuck you in for a sumptuous night's rest.
This familiar hotel is famous for comfort, convenience, and reasonable rates. Located at Flagstaff's southwest gateway and bordering Northern Arizona University, this hotel stands like a welcome mat among the pines. Every room includes a coffeemaker, hairdryer, and iron. If you've come seeking romance, suites with a fireplace or Jacuzzi make a cozy mountaintop retreat. If you're traveling with your family or a large group, ask for adjoining rooms. When you're ready to explore, the downtown scene awaits just two and a half miles away.
Reasonable rates and a central location make this hotel a
simple choice for business travelers and pleasure seekers alike. Nestled in the mountain town of Flagstaff, the hotel is only five miles from Mars, compliments of the Lowell Observatory ...
This familiar hotel is famous for comfort, convenience, and reasonable
rates. Located at Flagstaff's southwest gateway and bordering Northern Arizona University, this hotel stands like a welcome mat among the pines. Every room includes a coffeemaker, hairdryer, and iron. ...
This inn beats like a warm, welcoming heart at the
center of Flagstaff's brisk mountain community, infusing the fresh pine air with a note of romance. Heralded by savvy out west enthusiasts such as Arizona Highways Magazine and PBS ...