LAst week we stayed three nights here and took the Grand Canyon Railway to the park one day. The trian is 2 1/4 hours each way, but very senic and they make it fun. In fact, I would have liked a little quiet contemplation, but there were a lot of interesting facts, live music both ways, and a train robbery on the way home. My kids had a very good time, and did not ask once "Are we there yet." The time in the park was enough for us. The hotel has a warm heated pool and plenty of casual eating spots there and walkign distance. I do not think the buffet was a good deal compared to eating in the Spencer's Bar which had breakfast too and walking into town a few minutes.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Experience the luxury of a bygone era at Grand Canyon Railway Hotel. Designed to resemble the century-old train depot that housed the original Fray Marcos Hotel, our hotel is a relaxing retreat in a picturesque Western setting. The 298-room hotel is just a block away from downtown Williams and historic Route 66. Combined with a variety of amenities such as complimentary wi-fi, an indoor pool and hot tub, delicious dining options at Grand Depot Cafe and Spenser's Pub, The Grand Canyon Railway Hotel is the perfect place to stay before embarking on your grandest of journeys! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Grand Canyon Railway Williams
- Fray Marcos Hotel
- Hotel Grand Canyon Railway