Everyone was helpful and pleasant.
We stayed here on two different nights on a recent road trip of Arizona and Utah National Parks and Monuments. We had planned to stay in town on the second visit, but cancelled the other hotel and returned here due to the lovely staff - especially Beverley, hope you had a good time in Costa Rica.
The Pony Soldier is on the Route 66 and a bit of a journey to Downtown. Not a problem - the fast and efficient Mountain Line Route 66 bus stops about half a block away and cost $1.25 per fare - thanks for info and timetable Beverley.
The last bus leaves Flagstaff at 9.15p.m. but that suited us as we had early starts both days.
Why the bus? There are several micro/craft brewers in Flagstaff and we don't drink and drive.
The freight trains ARE frequent and this adds to the ambience - I was brought up near to the busy London to Brighton trainline in the UK, so happy thoughts of childhood.
Being on Route 66 the Pony Soldier is convenient for the I40; AZ89 - Wupatki and Sunset Crater; 66 East for Walnut Canyon National Monument and scenic AZ160 to Grand Canyon.
The only thing that we found less than satisfactory was the breakfast, but with a microwave and a fridge in the room that wasn't a problem.
Would stay here again if/when in Flagstaff.
Thank you all for two pleasant stays.
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