We just enjoyed a very pleasant stay at this historic and charming hotel. Klaudia and her staff were friendly and accommodating. Very clean property, good Covid precautions, great downtown location. Balcony off the bar has fantastic city views. Highly recommend!
It's a great place - love it. Last stayed here in summer of 2017 - we enjoyed a great welcome. If you want to stay in a comfortable, atmospheric and well located hotel with STACKS of stories and history - you'll love it. If you're after a bland unmemorable stay you've plenty of other options.
This place has a very nice lobby, breakfast room, pubs... but terrible rooms coming straight from third world. The rooms haven’t been refurbished since the 1970’s, the pipes are terribly loud, beds are horrible. Altogether the rooms are so old that it barely feels clean. The staff was nice though. So if you want to enjoy this place, which does have its charm, take a coffee in there, have a walk in its bars and upstairs... and sleep somewhere else.
In their defense they do mention the 3 bars in there welcome email but I and other people I know missed seeing it. This should be made more prominent. I agree the ears plugs do not help you sleep. The fact that the rooms are all upstairs and there is no elevator or other way to get upstairs other than walking up 2 flights makes it really hard for someone with mobility issues. In the winter they turn the AC units in the room off so your radiator heating makes the rooms so hot you have to open the windows which brings in all the street noise and make it almost impossible to sleep. Like others have said do not stay here. Yes it is right in the middle of downtown but the lack of sleep and the fact that in the winter breakfast starts at 11:00 make it not at all enjoyable.
DO NOT STAY HERE. We stayed for one night on a road trip that passed through Flagstaff. While the town is wonderful (particularly the Annex restaurant), the Weatherford Hotel was one of my worst travel experiences (and I travel monthly for work). - The rooms haven't been updated in years. Expect few to no amenities. - The extremely loud bars above and below the hotel blares music until 2am. - There is no sound insulation in the hotel - you will hear every door that slams and every heavy footfall. - In the Winter, the hotel heats the rooms to 80 degrees, forcing you to open a window into the freezing night air to cool the room off. - Parking is limited to 12 spaces behind the hotel, which fill up very quickly. When you arrive to check-in, the hotel makes you sign a form stating that they cannot do anything about the "downtown noise" - they don't admit that it is their own establishment that is making the noice. Complimentary ear plugs in the rooms do not make up for the false advertising - this is not a hotel, it's a bar.…