Ratings based on 1,982 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Sedona, AZ
Nice and cleanPosted Oct 28, 2014
Location: Stayed on hotel grounds.
The room was very clean comfort. the food was the best and the staff very nice and helpful. Great place to stay. I'll be back...Cliff D'Avignon
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Kansas City
Northern ArizonaPosted Oct 27, 2014
very late arrival to Flagstaff, the shuttle came in just under 15 miniutes and the staff was great, very nice club room and bar area, very friendly. wooded trails to explore the next morning were right out the back door. would stay here again
by A verified traveler from Belize
OverpricedPosted Oct 23, 2014
This property is in good condition, yet it is dated and overrated. It is a $100 a night property that is charging $150. If you can find it for a $100 book it. Otherwise pass.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from CA
Posted Oct 22, 2014
Pros: Excellent location and well thought out in terms of customer comfort and ease of use.
Cons: Slightly softer pillows?
Location: Excellent proximity to the town of Flagstaff and its restaurants.
It was fine and I would recommend it to anyone. What else can I say? convenient location, too.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Harrisburg PA
The best hotel in this beautiful mountain town!Posted Oct 20, 2014
Pros: Everything. The size and landscaping are superb!
Location: Flagstaff is the ultimate Mountain and University setting. The bars, restaurants, shopping for contemporary and Native American art is awesome!
The property is absolutely beautiful! The rooms are big with touch of Victorian. The pool and hot tub are first class as is the property and trails especially at night with the gas lights! The landscaping is gorgeous! Wish we had more time to spend and enjoy the bar. The gift store offered everything you would want from a western and native culture! Definitely want to return!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
A nice place to stayPosted Oct 20, 2014
Pros: Overall just about everything.
Location: We found the quick access to I- 40 convenient. It was easy to head north to the Sunset Crater and the Grand Canyon from this location.
Little America is a nice place to stay. It is all by itself away from other hotels. It is right next to the interstate but we could not hear the noise. Our room was on the back side of the hotel and very quiet. It is part of a truck stop but you could not tell as it stands alone. Handy if your vehicle uses diesel fuel.The hotel is nice, clean and staff is very friendly. The hotel has a hiking trail directly behind it into the forest which is great for the early morning joggers and walkers. They have a large gift shop which is a bit pricey, but was still able to find a few gifts for family that didn't break the bank. It is one of the nicest gift shops I have seen in a hotel. The restaurant is very nice. It has a limited menu, but I think something for everyone. Our room was very nice and well appointed. It clean and quiet. It is a more expensive than the Big Box motels but worth the price if you are going to be staying more than one night.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Casa Grande
Best in FlagstaffPosted Oct 20, 2014
The Hotel is located in a good location with a Friendly staff. The Hotel and room was spotless.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Hotel is average or abovePosted Oct 17, 2014
The food is overpriced in the dinning room but the room is nice
by A verified traveler
Right off freeway.Posted Oct 16, 2014
I would not stay at this hotel again. No elevator. The whole place needs redoing. I think it is liked by older people because it is decorated very old fashioned. Uncomfortable bed. Expensive breakfast, not included.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Las Vegas
Visiting FlagstaffPosted Oct 14, 2014
The room was very spacious, clean and comfortable. Location made for easy access to downtown and the university areas. Outdoor area in back was very pleasant for strolling or sitting by the pool (a little too cold to swim). Restaurant dinner was quite good. The steak au Povaire (pardon my spelling) was one of the best meals I have had out in quite some time. We visited Flagstaff on the way back to Las Vegas from the Grand Canyon, but several people used it as the launching point for their Grand Canyon adventure. We rode the ski lift at the Arizona Snowbowl. It takes you up to 11,500 feet so dress for a 20-30 degree drop in temperature and wind at the top. Great views so worth the ride. Just north of town off route 89 was Sunset Crater, an extinct volcano with a lava flow. Interesting to see especially since we didn't realize the area was impacted by volcanos. Definitely a collage town flavor especially the historic downtown area.