We used Flagstaff as a "hub" on a family vacation - so we could go to the Grand Canyon, Montezuma's Castle, as well as several other Sinaqua Indian sites. Flagstaff ended up being a great choice, much less expensive than Williams and/or Sedona, for sure. We went to Williams, as well as Sedona - for the day - and returned to Flagstaff.
This hotel was very reasonably priced - and while we are more used to higher end hotels (like a J.W. Marriott or such) - for this "kind" of a hotel - it was VERY nice. The room was large, clean and while the decor was a bit outdated - it was not shabby.
Since it was COLD in Flagstaff (in Nov) - its nice that the hotel has interconnected hallways to the lobby and restaurants. The grounds are pretty and our kids had a great time running around chasing squirrels, collecting pine cones, etc.
I would recommend that you ask for (and we had to pay an extra $20/night) for a room that faces the forest/pool area - instead of the parking lot/highway. It was much quieter that way.
The restaurant (diner like part) was just average - but the bar had VERY inexpensive drinks and appetizers at happy hour. Plus we had the Thanksgiving Buffet there - and it was quite lovely and lavish - especially for the price (when compared with Sedona's Thanksgiving prices).
All in all -- a great family trip and pretty reasonable.
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