We purchased a living social voucher to stay at this hotel, which in past experience has often times meant that a hotel is on its way out and desperate for people. The deal was too good to pass up so we made the trek up from Phoenix. We were happy we did. The lobby is open an spacious, decorated very nicely. The front desk staff was great, referring us to several of the beer places we were up here to find. The room is, well, roomy with sleep number beds which we had never used before. I found out that zero is not the number to go with. Our deal also included a credit in the Teppanyaki restaurant in the hotel, and of course in addition to the food, part of why you go to one of these is for a show. This place was great, not what you might expect from a Japanese restaurant in Flagstaff, AZ. Ruben was our chef and he might have been the best Teppanyaki chef we've seen. So, we don't come to Flagstaff too often but we now have a base when we do.
- Also Known As:
- Radisson Flagstaff
- Flagstaff Radisson
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Woodlands Hotel is located right off Route 66 near historic downtown Flagstaff and the NAU campus, about an hour from the Grand Canyon, minutes from Sunset Crater and the Native American ruins at Wupatki National Monument. The Woodlands Hotel Flagstaff provides easy access to hiking, fishing, golfing and offers great packages (ie Arizona Snowbowl Ski Package) ... more less
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