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Reviewed September 15, 2010

La Posada is an unqualified triumph. The rebirth of this hotel is nothing short of a miracle. It's scale and design invite guests to relax in the public areas. Hang out on the veranda and watch the trains with the train geeks (among whom we fit in very well). Check out the ball room and play a board game with your kids. The rooms are comfortable and beautiful with appropriate period decor and great, deep whirlpool bathtubs. Mary Colter - original architect - would be overjoyed.
And then there's the Tourquoise Room - easily one of the best restaurants I've ever enjoyed. Highlighting locally grown produce and game, the kitchen turns out inventive and delicious meals - check out the cookbook.
If you are within 100 miles of this place it's worth the drive to stay or eat. Don't miss it!

  • Stayed: September 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 6, 2010

La Posada was one of the most unique and beautiful hotels we have ever stayed at. In fact, as soon as we walked in we decided to stay another night. The rooms are small (but big enough to squeeze in a cot for our 3rd child), full of character, as is the entire hotel. The quirky art all over hotel was beautiful and interesting, and the history of the place infused every room with such charm, I hated leaving. We felt like we had stepped back in time and expected to see Rudy Valentino strolling down the hallway. Gorgeous Spanish architecture. The restaurant was five star and our server was so friendly, we loved chatting with him. There was a classical guitarist playing in the lobby and it was fun to see the train stop in front of the hotel. Great gift store too. Any body who passes by Winslow but doesn't stop at La Posada is missing out on something extraordinary.

  • Stayed: April 2010, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 30, 2010

This hotel is breathtakingly beautiful. When you stay there, you don't want to leave! (Winslow, AZ does need your business though--so make sure to venture out--especially to the delicious Mexican restaurant at the airport!). Our favorite activity was sitting out by the train tracks watching trains go by....who knew it could be so relaxing! It was a very memorable stay, and we will definitely go back.

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 24, 2010

We had visited Winslow on a previous trip to Arizona and decided we should stay here next time, even if it meant going out of our way. It was well worth it. Although our room was not large, it was large enough with a new, hand made log bed. We enjoyed the eclectic art and Mexican rugs displayed (and for sale) throughout the hotel. The staff was very helpful, and the trains going by regularly were more of a pleasure than an intrusion. They are in the process of building a straw bale maze which will be great fun when completed. The grounds are beautifully kept. To top it off, the dining room, The Turquoise Room, had outstanding food and service.
We plan to return and spend more than one day so that we can relax and enjoy all the nooks and crannies. A real gem in an otherwise boring town.

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 24, 2010

A real find! We stayed in the "Jimmy Stewart Room," one of many that the real movie starts stayed in at this magnificent hotel. Old-time style and grace - great food - interesting art - lots of fun. Price is reasonable. Only drawback was trains at night but that did not bother us. Walk down the street to the "Standin' on the Corner Park." This was a highlight of our trip!

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled as a couple
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