good for one night. Good location. Within walking distance of downtown. See full review
Bob the Fish
Dec 1, 2014
Location, location, location
I've stayed here a few times when heading to Flagstaff for softball tournaments. It's a terrible... See full review
Jul 21, 2014
Newly renovated hotel, 2007, located in Downtown Flagstaff across from City Hall and Amtrak. All rooms feature 40 inch flat screen TVs with full cable HBO and 2 ESPN, refrigerators, wireless high speed internet and free local calls. Free coffee and Wifi. Just steps from numerous unique shops, restaurants, nightclubs, cafes and just a short drive to the World Famous Grand Canyon, Sedona, Meteor Crater, Petrified Forest and Zion National Park. Pet accommodation: 12.00/night per pet. Pet limit: 2 pets per room 20 lbs or less. Hairdryers are available at front desk. Utility surcharge 3.50 per night
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I've stayed here a few times when heading to Flagstaff for softball tournaments. It's a terrible hotel with regards to amenities, but is right downtown and walking distance to all the restaurants and bars the area has to offer. The rooms are tiny,
ancient (though on this trip I noticed they did upgrade their old box TVs for flat screens sometime in the last year), bathrooms are small, terribly outdated, and barely functional. There are no amenities; unless you consider the pungent smell of curry that always slaps you in the face the minute you open the door to the lobby/front desk area an amenity. The owner/operator living quarters are surely directly behind the front desk. I would never take my wife and/or kids here, but it does the job just fine if you simply want a place to shower and sleep for a few hours after a night on the town. Which is the crowd they must cater to as rates are jacked way up on weekends, and down around the level you would expect for a poor quality hotel during the week.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Flagstaff Brewing Co. has some good microbrews and burgers. Maloney's is a happening spot if you're looking for the younger scene and action. The Zane Grey Bar & Ballroom upstairs in the historic Weatherford Hotel is a little more laid back with typically a little older/more mature crowd, and has a nice balcony to enjoy a drink, cigar, and/or the beautiful Flagstaff summer evenings on.
We have stayed twice before for location and not minded the small quarters and lack of amenities. We usually get the same room upstairs by chance. We have always managed the tight quarters with plenty of table space/ledges to put things and store.
This time the room smelled like stale peanuts and had no place to put hardly anything. The bathroom was the worst. No hooks, ledges, shelves or counter space for anything. .. Not even towels or shower toiletries. The bed was so uncomfortable both my husband and I were stiff and sore each morning. They do have a mini fridge and microwave with a flat screen tv which was the only plus.
We have booked this hotel for 2 nights stay . But after staying in this hotel my husband got ill. So we decided to cancel our reservation, we went to ask manager but she did not care at all .
The room was not comfortable very congested, no air
flow and also some bad smell which did not leave us to sleep whole night. We will never recommend this hotel to anyone..