This stay at LaPosada was very good. The balcony room I wanted was only open for one night so we had to change rooms during our stay but that went very smoothly with housekeeping re-locating our luggage with no problem. The bed was extremely comfortable and housekeeping was generally very good. We know about the train noises at night and keep the AC running on "fan only" to reduce the noise while sleeping. Recently the hotel erected a big ugly gate just inside the entrance I assume for security reasons. Now everyone needs to funnel through the gift shop where the check-in desk is also located. I hope this is not permanent. Meals as usual in the Turquoise Room were all terrific and are reviewed under the restaurant. All of the staff that we dealt with on this stay were helpful and friendly. The gardens at this hotel are amazing. They have stuff growing outside the north entrance, the courtyard and also to the west of the building. The grounds are very well kept up. We will return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- La Posada (1930) is the masterpiece of architect Mary Colter, hotelier Fred Harvey and the Santa Fe Railway. This was the last great railway hotel built in America, and the finest historic hotel on Route 66. National Landmark building and gardens, famous art collection, and one of the best restaurants (The Turquoise Room) in the southwest. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel La Posada
- La Posada Hotel Winslow
- La Posada Winslow Az