Best Flagstaff Hotels, Cabins & Vacation Rentals
Staying in a Flagstaff hotel is a great option if you're intending on staying mostly in town or are staying for a short period of time. Many of the well-known chain hotels are located on Milton Rd, the main road leading up to Downtown Flagstaff from I-17. Northern Arizona University visitors, special event visitors and weekend visitors like those coming up from a hiking or skiing/snowboarding weekend find it cost-effective and convenient to stay at a hotel in Flagstaff rather than renting a cabin or vacation rental.
There are also a few very nice boutique hotels worth checking out like Little America. The strength of chain hotels is that visitors know the expected standard of cleanliness and amenities consistent to the brand of the hotel. Some of the smaller hotels in Flagstaff can offer amenities like fire places, hot tubs and other amenities more suitable for Flagstaff guests.
Here's another way to search Flagstaff hotels:
» Hotels On Route 66
» Hotels Near NAU
» Hotels Near Snowbowl
» Downtown Hotels (Walking or biking distance)
» Sedona Hotels (More luxury and resort options)
Flagstaff motels are the perfect accommodation for visitors who mostly just want a place to put their belongings before venturing out to explore the town and the great outdoors. Many visitors attracted to Flagstaff like to spend most of their time outside and don't require a lot of amenities to be comfortable, therefor you'll find that even motels can book up during high traffic weekends. Budget travelers will find that there are many places to stay in Flagstaff that are within walking distance to town at a good price. But during the winter, hotels and motels will fill up quickly after a good snow dumping and on weekends. Many skiers and snowboarders are happy to stay at budget motels as they intend on spending most of their day up at the slopes and evenings in town, so keep that in mind if you're coming up on a busy day.See All Flagstaff Motels »
Renting a cabin or a vacation home in Flagstaff is popular during both the summer and winter seasons. Many residents from the Phoenix area enjoy getting a reprieve from the sweltering heat of the summer by renting a cabin in Flagstaff for a week or so. But since Phoenix also does not get snow, winter cabin vacations are also very appealing. There are cabins and vacation homes that are for guest use only year-round, but it is also common to find rentals that are occupied by the owners for just parts of the year. Cabins are typically located in more wooded areas surrounding by nature, while vacation home rentals can be located either in the woods or even close to town. Choosing the right rental just depends on what your activities are and where you would like to spend more of your vacation time. But no matter what time of year you come, a Flagstaff cabin is always a wonderful getaway for just you or the whole family.See Flagstaff Cabins & Vacation Rentals »
For some, camping in itself is an activity. For others, it's just a place one can sleep at night in order to get to an activity quicker or without having to pay for a place to sleep. For these reasons, we're going to tell you where the best campsites are in Flagstaff with bathrooms and water as well as where you can just bivy or van camp legally for any given amount of time. There are camping spots all over Flagstaff; choosing a campsite is really just a matter of deciding what amenities you require. On our camping page, we'll section out some campsites based on some basic criteria like such as RV parking, bathrooms, waterfront, overlooking views, BLM, access to trails, etc. Really, most of the woods outside of town can be camped in, but we'll list a few designated campgrounds in the areas for you as well.See Flagstaff Camping »
Find Accommodations Just Right for You
Flagstaff welcomes everyone, but some places pay even more special attention to the needs and lifestyles that are important to us. In this section, we focus on helping visitors find the hotels, B&Bs, vacation rentals and other types of lodging are conducive to specific traveling preferences. From pet-friendly to family-friendly establishments, we're going to try to make your visit to Flagstaff easier and more enjoyable.
Whether you're a student, a backpacker on your way to see the Grand Canyon or just budget-minded, Flagstaff is certainly a place one can fully enjoy without spending a lot of money. Most of the activities are free. There's no pass needed to hike the beautiful trails, there's no cost to parking cars at wilderness trail entrances, and biking on main roads and catching rides with others headed your way is quite common. There are a few ways of staying in Flagstaff on a dime. From camping to hostels or motels, we've got some ideas of how you can stay in Flagstaff cheaply.See Budget-Friendly Hotels »
Bringing Fido with you to Flagstaff? The more the merrier! At these pet-friendly hotels in Flagstaff, your pet is family. There is a range of pet-friendly options; some hotels permit pets in the room, while others have a fluffy dog bed and dog cookie waiting for your pooch upon check-in. It all depends on what you and your pet want to experience while staying in Flagstaff. Many restaurants allow pets on the patio. Often times, you'll find places that serve drinks and coffee only more welcoming to our furry friends, but we've compiled a list of places in Flagstaff that will welcome both you and your pet with a tail-wagging welcome.See Pet-Friendly Hotels »
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Popular Flagstaff Area Hotels & Lodging
1. Holiday Inn Express Flagstaff
2. Adobe Grand Villas
3. Creekside Inn At Sedona
4. Canyon Villa Bed & Breakfast Inn Of Sedona
5. GreenTree Inn Flagstaff
6. Little America Hotel Flagstaff
7. Mormon Lake Lodge
8. Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins
9. Oak Creek Terrace Resort
10. Hilton Sedona At Bell Rock
11. Modern comfort in charming Flagstaff neighborhood Home
12. Pumphouse Court
13. Starlight Pines Bed & Breakfast
14. J & H RV Park
In the cool hills of Flagstaff at an elevation of 7,000 ft., J and H RV Park is a fun place to st
15. Charming Downtown Cottage
16. Hotel Aspen InnSuites
17. Black Bart's RV Park
Black Bart's RV Park is located in the beautiful town of Flagstaff, Arizona and is perfect for va
18. Bonito Campground
The Bonito Campground is located in the Coconino National Forest in Flagstaff, Arizona and is a b
19. FlagRanch Cabin
Located in Elden Pueblo, this vacation home and is 10 miles from Flagstaff.
20. The Holland Home
21. Fort Tuthill County Park
Nestled in cool Ponderosa Pine just 3 miles south of Flagstaff is the Fort Tuthill County Park, a
22. Conifer House Bed & Breakfast Inn
23. Mountain View Lodge
Located in Elden Pueblo in the region of Arizona, this detached vacation home and is 9 miles from
24. Greer's Pine Shadows RV Park
The Greer's Pine Shadows RV Park is located in Flagstaff, Arizona and is a popular base camp for
25. Country Home Near Pines of Flagstaff
26. Inn At 410 Bed & Breakfast
27. Butterfly Garden Inn
28. Western Hills Motel
Flagstaff's Western Hills Motel just one mile East of Downtown. Located on Historic Route 66, nes
29. Pine View RV Park
The Pine View RV Park is an active adult community campground located in Bellemont, Arizona and i
30. Kit Carson RV Park
The Kit Carson RV Park is located in the beautiful city of Flagstaff, Arizona and is a popular ba
31. Elden Trails Bed & Breakfast
Elden Trails Bed and Breakfast offers accommodations in Flagstaff.
Every room includes
32. Sedona Real Inn & Suites
33. Grand Canyon International Hostel
34. Flagstaff KOA
The Flagstaff KOA is located in the beautiful city of Flagstaff, and is just an hour from the bea
35. Downtown Casa Bonita
Located in Downtown Flagstaff, and is walking distance to all of the best restaurants, bars and d
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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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