Ratings based on 465 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Dec 21, 2013
for Everyoneby Carol from California
Great Place to Stay !!Posted Dec 15, 2013
Pros: They accept dogs- a big thing to me.
Location: I only stayed overnight, because I had a destination to get to.
I was traveling from East coast to West coast, and it was such a pleasure to come to this beautiful , clean, and comfortable hotel.
for Everyoneby Melany from Polacca, AZ
Best option in Flag if price not main focus.Posted Nov 13, 2013
My family and I live 2 hours from Flagstaff and frequently stay in town. No four or five star options except in Sedona. So no room service, no bell hop, etc. Nonetheless Drury is the choice time after time. LEED certified for environmental design and construction. The hotel is beautiful. Customer service is great. Free happy hour cocktails and breakfast. And pets stay for only $10. You can definitely do worse. Only drawbacks are price (much higher than other Drury Inns and even more than some 4 star resort hotels in Phoenix). Second, pool is not heated. In winter, we tend to stay elsewhere so that child can swim.
for Everyoneby BarryG from London
Clean comfortable hotel near downtownPosted Oct 20, 2013
Pros: Fresh and clean. The manager's kick-back si good to unwind.
Cons: The rooms are clean but seem a little cramped.
Location: A short walk to downtownn - lots of restaurants and bars - a lively place. The dark skies (no street lights) are great! Fairly close to Grand Canyon.
The hotel is located in a corner of the campus of the University of Northern Arizona. It's right next to a main highway (I10 / Route 66) but the rooms are still quiet. The hotel feels new. The manager's kick-back is welcome (free snacks and drinks) and the included breakfast is good. The hotel is a short stroll from the railway station and a bustling downtown, with many restaurants and bars. I counted at least three microbreweries within two blocks of the hotel - great fun! I assume Flagstaff is a dark skies city. Apart from the city centre and main streets the street lights were not lit. This gave a wonderful view of the night sky. This may be due to the observatory, which is nearby.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Scottsdale, AZ
Clean and large rooms. Easy parking.Posted Sep 29, 2013
Very good experience. Big rooms, clean rooms and easy parking.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Sep 25, 2013 on Hotels.com
it was great will stay with you again
for Business Travelersby Annie from Phoenix
Nice hotel next to NAUPosted Sep 24, 2013 on Hotels.com
Had some trouble at check in (requested type Of room wasn't available. Desk clerk was courteous. Room was nice but a little noisy (soccer tournament was in town so lots of kids hanging around). Meh breakfast. Will go back.
for Everyoneby Niki from Houston TX
Close to downtown night life, close to campusPosted Sep 24, 2013
Pros: Location, room décor, spaciousness, balcony view, nice free breakfast, close to downtown shops and restuarants. Close driving to hikes.
Location: Adjacent to University campus, near Riordan mansion, walk to historic downtown with art and outdoor shops.
Very pretty room with ample space and balcony, all amenities in excellent shape.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Perfect family hotelPosted Sep 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great accommodations, especially with free breakfast, dinner, and popcorn!
for Familiesby willy3car from Melbourne, Australia
New, clean hotel with good servicePosted Sep 11, 2013 on Hotels.com
The Drury Inn at Flagstaff is a new, well maintained and appointed hotel. We are a family of 3 with an older teenage child, and our stay was an overnight stop. Our room was very spacious, well appointed and quiet - the evening drinks and morning breakfast included in the rate was excellent value for money.