I selected the Highland Country Inn as my staging ground for six days of hiking in Grand Canyon and Sedona. Although in retrospect, choosing a hotel 80 miles from the Canyon and 60 miles from Sedona wasn't the wisest strategy -- I had to fill the gas tank of my rental compact car every other day -- I was very pleased with almost all aspects of the hotel. The location was great: organic grocery store across one street; gas station and convenience store across the other street; quick access to US-180W, the road to the South Rim entrance at the Canyon, and a short, straight drive to pick up I-17S to Sedona; walking distance to all the restaurants in downtown. My hotel room experience was impeccable: very comfortable bed; working, clean fridge and microwave; room cleaned and air freshened every day; good showerhead and nice toiletries; quiet inside and outside the property each evening. And the daily rate was remarkably cheap!
Lots of problems, though, with the complimentary wi-fi and many complaints from occupants in other rooms. It's not a password-protected signal and the signal faltered and the connection interrupted or disappeared every time I used it. The manager/owner told me that they had the cable company come out and replace the router and cables but it didn't help during my stay. Hopefully, that has been resolved.
One last issue: I do wish they employed the environmentally sound practice of offering the option to decline new towels and bedding.
Overall, though, you would be hard pressed to stay in a better hotel room at the price!
You have no recent hotel searches.