We booked the Red Garter because of its proximity to the Grand Canyon train station and because we anticipated staying in a building out of the old west. We were not disappointed. The rooms are immaculate and the renovation is very well done. Indeed, the ambiance is genuine old west. There a few things to note, however. 1) Our room (the double king bed room), though spacious, did not have sufficient place to put the luggage of four people. There was no comfortable chair to relax. 2) The location is great; at times a little too great. Though it didn't bother us at all, music emanated from the restaurant next door until about 12:00 (a Wednesday). Also, again, though it didn't bother us, the train blew a very pleasant whistle several times in the night. But this I think would be heard by one staying in any of the city's hotels. 3) The breakfast consists of cereal, pastries and fruit. Eggs and sausage are not on the menu. The John, the owner, and the lady who prepared and served breakfast were very friendly, pleasant and accommodating. Overall, we enjoyed our stay and would recommend the Red Garter Inn..
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on Historic Route 66 just south of the Grand Canyon, the Red Garter offers lodging and breakfast in a beautifully restored 1897 saloon and bordello. The antique furnishings capture the 1890's atmosphere without giving up the comfort and security expected by today's traveler. Within an hour's drive see Sedona, the ghost town Jerome, Indian ruins at Walnut Canyon and Wupatki National Monuments and the Grand Canyon. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Red Garter Hotel Williams