If you're looking to book a hotel in Flagstaff, choosing the right location can make your visit more enjoyable and convenient. Some of the considerations when selecting a Flagstaff hotel are safe parking; walking distance from your hotel to downtown Flagstaff or NAU; complimentary meals; and hotel amenities. Flagstaff is busy year-round and the good hotels often get sold out on popular weekends and snow days. If you're visiting Northern Arizona University, you'll want to stay at a hotel that is close to campus or offers a free shuttle service to NAU. If you're here to ski or ride at Arizona Snowbowl, perhaps a cabin with a fireplace, a cozy bed and breakfast or a vacation rental will be best for the occasion. If you're visiting Flagstaff to stay cool during the summer and enjoy downtown Flagstaff festivities, check out the hotels within walking distance of downtown.
Flagstaff hotels range from boutique to well-known chains offering comfortable accommodation options at a reasonable price. Most hotels and motels offer some amenities, which may include a hotel restaurant and bar, a concierge, shuttle services, exercise facility and sometimes a pool and hot tub. But most people come to Flagstaff to be outside and enjoy nature. So choose a hotel that fits your needs, but don't dwell on it. Flagstaff and everything else surrounding your hotel choice will be so much more exciting.
Parents and students alike will find that staying at a Flagstaff hotel near NAU is much more convenient when visiting or moving onto campus. Parking at NAU is notorious for being cumbersome and parking tickets are given out like candy. Staying at a Flagstaff hotel near campus will allow you to either walk to campus, take a short shuttle or even ride your bike if that's your thing. Flagstaff is an incredibly bike-friendly city and you can get to downtown, grocery stores and most anything you need by bike if you're staying at a hotel near NAU. This is a great choice for students who arrive early in the semester but have limited access to a vehicle.See Flagstaff Hotels Near NAU »
Even though Flagstaff, AZ is not very big, it's big enough that staying in a hotel within walking distance of downtown can make your visit more enjoyable if you're planning on spending a good amount of time downtown. During high-traffic weekends (which is more often than not year-round), there are plenty of events and activities that can make parking downtown quite the ordeal. Flagstaff's downtown is vibrant and full of good stuff. There's an impressive amount of good dining, places to have drinks or coffee, interesting shops, and all sorts of entertainment available all within walking distance. Once you're downtown, there's very little reason to have to get in your car unless you're headed out to enjoy the great outdoors, which are really great around Flagstaff. After a day of enjoying downtown and possibly having a couple of drinks, you'll be happy that your hotel is just down the street. If you're from the Phoenix area like many visitors are and you're visiting in the winter, a downtown hotel minimizes the amount of snow driving you'll have to do. Many vehicles that are great for driving the freeways in Phoenix don't always handle the best on snow. Overall, it's a more enjoyable and safer option.See All Downtown Flagstaff Hotels »
If Route 66 is not just a highway but a destination for you, don't miss these Flagstaff Route 66-Downtown hotels. We've filtered Flagstaff's hotels down to just the hotels and motels dotted along the legendary highway, stretching from East Flagstaff to Downtown. We've hand-chosen East Flagstaff hotels based on their proximity to Route 66, East Flagstaff and Downtown Flagstaff, so that visitors need only select one of these perfectly-located Flagstaff hotel options to stay on "The Mother Road."
These hotels on Route 66 vary in features and rates, but most of them can be categorized as "affordable" to "moderate," with a couple classified as "upscale" but they all provide plenty of budget-friendly features that will make your Route 66 experience special.See All Flagstaff Hotels on Route 66 »
Flagstaff welcomes everyone, but some places pay even more special attention to the needs and lifestyles that are important to us. Some Flagstaff hotels know that providing a free breakfast for the whole family can mean less hassle in the morning and extra time playing in the snow on your short weekend ski trip. Or perhaps allowing your dog to sleep in the hotel room with you means you still get to go out and enjoy a nice dinner knowing that your pup in a place that is warm and comfortable. Here are some hotels that might make your visit a little more convenient and enjoyable:See All Flagstaff Hotel Best Picks »
BOOK A ROOM IN FLAGSTAFF
Favorite Hotels in Flagstaff & SURROUNDING AREA
1. Western Hills Motel
Flagstaff's Western Hills Motel just one mile East of Downtown. Located on Historic Route 66, nes
2. Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins
3. Canyon Villa Bed & Breakfast Inn Of Sedona
4. Sedona Real Inn & Suites
5. Oak Creek Terrace Resort
6. Grand Canyon International Hostel
7. Little America Hotel Flagstaff
8. DoubleTree By Hilton Flagstaff
Set just off ‘Old Route 66,’ DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Flagstaff offers a fantastic location
9. Hilton Sedona At Bell Rock
10. Butterfly Garden Inn
11. Orchards Inn Of Sedona
12. Hotel Aspen InnSuites
13. Holiday Inn Express Flagstaff
14. Creekside Inn At Sedona
15. GreenTree Inn Flagstaff
16. Adobe Grand Villas
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FLAGSTAFF, AZ WEATHER
Check out the weather conditions before you come. Winter and summer are popular, but there's no bad time to visit Flagstaff.
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DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO FLAGSTAFF
Getting to Flagstaff is the first step. Driving is the most popular and practical way to get here.
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TAKING YOUR FAMILY TO FLAGSTAFF FOR VACATION?
Here are some of the most family-friendly hotels in Flagstaff and some things to do that should keep everyone happy…at least for a while.
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WHAT'S ON THE CALENDAR?
Our Flagstaff Event Calendar is full of festivals, workshops, art fairs, concerts and classes. Browse or add your event.
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