Stayed 3 nights. The hotel was adequate, but dated and tired. The bed was comfortable, TV decent, internet good. The biggest minus was that the walls are thin and you cannot turn the ventilation fan on to get some white noise without it blowing hot air in the winter or cold air in the summer. The thermostat does not work to control the temperature, and according to the personnel, that is the way it is. We ended up sleeping with the hot air blowing and the window open. The biggest plus was a very friendly, courteous, and helpful staff especially during a several day period of heavy snow. They did an excellent job of keeping the parking areas plowed and manageable. There are other hotels in close proximity that appear newer, and would likely be worth the additional $20-30 per night.
- Also Known As:
- Quality Inn University Hotel Flagstaff
- Quality Inn University Hotel
- Quality Inn Flagstaff
- Flagstaff Quality Inn
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Quality Inn also an ideal hub for Sedona, Meteor Crater, the San Francisco Peaks, Walnut Canyon, Sunset Crater and Wupatki Indian Ruins. Adjacent to Northern Arizona University, this charming hotel is 80 miles from the Grand Canyon. Let the friendly staff book guided Canyon tours via van, plane or helicopter. ... more less
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