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- Best Overall: Little America Hotel Flagstaff – See Rates at TripAdvisor "Set within 500 acres of beautiful pine forest on the outskirts of town and offers a variety of rooms and suites."
- Best Budget: Econo Lodge University – See Rates at TripAdvisor "Rates start from around $60 per night, making this one of the city’s best budget options."
- Best Family: Hampton Inn & Suites Flagstaff East – See Rates at TripAdvisor "Don’t feel like exploring? Stay back at base and let the kids spend a fun-filled day in the heated indoor pool."
- Best Romantic: Starlight Pines B&B – See Rates at TripAdvisor "Offers a quiet location with stunning mountain views – yet is still an easy 10-minute drive from downtown Flagstaff."
- Best Extended Stay: Residence Inn Flagstaff – See Rates at TripAdvisor "Especially designed for longer stays, with spacious suites that include separate areas for living, working and sleeping."
- Best Business: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Flagstaff – See Rates at TripAdvisor "Corporate guests will particularly appreciate this pick, which includes a 24-hour business center and seven meeting rooms."
- Best B&B: Inn at 410 Bed and Breakfast – See Rates at TripAdvisor "Flagstaff’s top-rated B&B with 10 uniquely themed guest rooms and suites."
Best Overall: Little America Hotel Flagstaff
Little America Hotel Flagstaff is less generic than many of its competitors, with atmospheric decor inspired by Native American culture and the breathtaking scenery of the Southwest. It is set within 500 acres of beautiful pine forest on the outskirts of town and offers a variety of rooms and suites. These range from Double Rooms with two Queen beds to the ultra-luxurious, duplex Presidential Suite. All categories offer a sitting area or separate living room, a 55-inch HD TV, a Keurig coffeemaker and high-speed Wi-Fi.
During the summer months, spend lazy days relaxing by the hotel’s heated outdoor swimming pool. The hot tub remains open all year round and kids will love the seasonal North Pole Experience, which includes a trolley ride through the forest to Santa’s Workshop. For breakfast, lunch, and dinner, head to Silver Pine Restaurant & Bar, where seasonal menu options range from burgers to tacos. The hotel is also a good choice for corporate guests with 10 meeting rooms and a full service business center.
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Best Budget: Econo Lodge University
A favorite pick for students and visiting families, Econo Lodge University is located a five-minute drive from downtown Flagstaff and within walking distance of several campus buildings. Although the decor is outdated, the rooms themselves are clean, comfortable, and convenient. Decide whether you want one King or two Queen beds and benefit from amenities including a coffeemaker and a TV with HBO and pay-per-view movies.
Complimentary continental breakfast and free Wi-Fi add to the hotel’s overall value. There’s an outdoor pool for cooling off in summer while cold weather hook-ups in the car park let you plug in your vehicle’s block heater in winter. Use the laundry to freshen up your wardrobe before the next leg of your Route 66 road trip. Lastly, the hotel is pet-friendly and although there’s no on-site restaurant, there are plenty of budget eateries within a few minutes’ walk.
Best Family: Hampton Inn & Suites Flagstaff East
Hampton Inn & Suites Flagstaff East enjoys a peaceful location outside the city center, within easy reach of Walnut Canyon and Sunset Crater Volcano national monuments. Before you depart on a family day out, fuel up on the hotel’s free hot breakfast or pour yourself a cup of coffee from the 24-hour stand in the lobby. Don’t feel like exploring? Stay back at base and let the kids spend a fun-filled day in the heated indoor pool. There’s even a hot tub for Mom and Dad.
All rooms have an LCD TV, free Wi-Fi, a mini-fridge, and microwave (so you can pick up basic food items from the on-site convenience store and heat them up in your room). Opt for two Queen beds, a King bed with a double sofa bed or a suite with extra space to play and sleep. Although there’s no restaurant, there are several family-friendly options nearby, including a popular pizza bistro next door. The hotel also offers cribs and high chairs.
Best Romantic: Starlight Pines B&B
Whisk your loved one away for a weekend at Starlight Pines B&B. Housed in a quaint, Victorian-style home complete with charming blue-and-white paintwork and a wraparound porch, the hotel offers a quiet location with stunning mountain views – yet is still an easy 10-minute drive from downtown Flagstaff. Inside, a wonderland of carefully curated antiques and Tiffany lamps awaits. Reviewers love the B&B for its unfailingly friendly hosts and its intimate atmosphere.
There are just four guestrooms, all of them individually decorated and fitted with luxurious claw-foot bathtubs. Measuring six feet in length, these tubs are big enough for a romantic soak for two. Choose the Lily Room to enjoy breathtaking Mount Elden views from the privacy of your own balcony, or the Dragonfly Room for the privilege of the only wood-burning fireplace in Flagstaff. Whichever you choose, your days at Starlight Pines start with a gourmet, two-course breakfast, the highlight of which is the host’s specialty Grand Marnier French toast.
Best Extended Stay: Residence Inn Flagstaff
If you’re planning on extending your stay in Flagstaff, where better to base yourself than a block from Route 66 in the heart of the city center? Residence Inn Flagstaff is specially designed for longer stays, with spacious suites that include separate areas for living, working and sleeping. A generous work desk and complimentary Wi-Fi come in handy for business guests, while the full kitchen makes it possible to save money on dining out. It even comes with a dishwasher.
Although the decor is slightly bland, it’s also contemporary and comfortable. Free hot breakfast is a major perk, while a grocery shopping service and local restaurant delivery ensure you won’t starve. If you feel like exploring the local culinary scene yourself, you’ll find an impressive choice of eateries, microbreweries, and bars, all within easy walking distance. Other hotel highlights include an indoor swimming pool and hot tub, a fitness center, and a coin-operated laundry. Traveling with your four-legged family members? Pets are also welcome at Residence Inn.
Best Business: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Flagstaff
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Flagstaff is conveniently located in between the city center and the university, with a complimentary shuttle to Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG). Corporate guests will particularly appreciate this pick, which includes a 24-hour business center and seven meeting rooms. Of these, the largest is the Grand Ballroom with space for up to 450 guests. Stay energized throughout the day with casual meals at Woodlands Café; or wow potential clients with dinner and a show at interactive Sakura Sushi and Teppanyaki restaurant.
When you’re not working, unwind with a dip in the indoor whirlpool spa or stay in shape with a fitness center workout. The latter is open 24/7, making it easy to fit a session in around your business commitments. In summer, the hotel also offers an outdoor swimming pool. All rooms and suites come with complimentary Wi-Fi, a spacious work desk and a coffeemaker for maximum productivity. In the evening, kick back in front of the HD TV on your Serta Perfect Sleeper bed.
Best B&B: Inn at 410 Bed and Breakfast
In addition to its downtown location, Inn at 410 Bed and Breakfast has a storied past. It was built as a private home in 1894, then painstakingly restored before being re-opened as a guesthouse in 1991. Today, it is Flagstaff’s top-rated B&B with 10 uniquely themed guest rooms and suites. These include The Southwest, a two-room suite adorned with Native American arts and crafts; and The Conservatory, a turn-of-the-century tribute to Beethoven complete with a love seat and canopied queen bed.
All rooms have a fireplace, cable TV and a coffeemaker with Wolfgang Puck ground coffee. Triple-sheeted beds provide a blissful night’s sleep while the private bathrooms come with luxury Gilchrist & Soames toiletries. The highlight for most reviewers, however, is the gourmet full American breakfast. Feast on Southwestern specialties like Sonoran frittata or signature blueberry buttermilk pancakes. The B&B has a complimentary open bar while all-inclusive rates cover off-street downtown parking, internet, movies and a delicious array of snacks.