Flagstaff’s Boutique Stays – Promise for an Extraordinary Vacation in Arizona

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Flagstaff, a small, peaceful city in northern Arizona, has no dearth of hotels and accommodation for all budgets. The city experiences an influx of tourists almost year-round as it serves as the gateway to the famous Grand Canyon and Painted Desert. If you wish for a memorable vacation in Arizona, below are some of Flagstaff’s top boutique stays to consider while you shortlist hotels before booking.

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Canyon Inn Flagstaff Arizona

Canyon Inn Flagstaff is a budget-friendly hotel conveniently located near North Arizona University. It ensures quick access to some of Arizona’s top tourist attractions and recreation centers such as Sunset Crater, Grand Canyon, Painted Desert, Petrified Forest National Park, and Snowbowl Ski Resort. Hotel amenities like car parking, wireless internet, local and long distance calls, and continental breakfast are offered free of charge at  Canyon Inn Flagstaff Arizona. The hotel’s air-conditioned rooms feature queen beds, cable TV, rollaway beds and baby cribs. You can also have microwave, refrigerator, and iron with ironing board on request.

Highland Country Inn

Highland Country Inn is another value for money hotel offering comfortable, modern accommodation in Flagstaff. Complimentary amenities including breakfast, car parking, Wi-Fi internet access, and local calls will help you save money on vacation. The hotel’s standard rooms come with one king bed, cable television, direct dial phone, and laundry service. Its convenient position ensures easy access to popular local eateries, museums, historic landmarks, and tourist attractions. Moreover, Highland Country Inn  is a pet-friendly hotel charging a little extra per night for your furry friends.

Wyndham Flagstaff

Wyndham Flagstaff Resort is a perfect place for an idyllic vacation.  Spacious and nicely furnished guest rooms have large beds, separate sitting area, wireless internet, bathroom with bathtub, washer-cum-dryer, private balcony, and a well-equipped kitchen. In addition, an array of upscale amenities including outdoor Jacuzzi, fitness center, and fine dining restaurant are on site to make sure you experience the best of leisure time in this sprawling resort in the lap of the mountain.  Kids can have fun at the resort’s mini golf course and children’s pool.

Little America Flagstaff

Set in the middle of Arizona’s famous Ponderosa Pine forest, Little America Flagstaff  promises a peaceful, relaxing escape in the lap of nature. The hotel houses upscale accommodations, restaurants, heated outdoor pool, and a fitness club. Services include travel desk, concierge, garage service, and room service. Pastel shades, carpet flooring, and deluxe furnishings creates a relaxing ambience in the air-conditioned guest rooms while soft beds, a mini refrigerator, a coffee maker, and an LED television with satellite channels are there to make sure you enjoy all the comfort of home.

Hotel Aspen InnSuites Flagstaff/Grand Canyon

While Flagstaff’s historic downtown is a couple of miles from Hotel Aspen InnSuites Flagstaff/Grand Canyon, top tourist attractions such as Grand Canyon, Sunset Crater, and Oak Creek Canyon are a short drive from the hotel. The hotel’s swanky suites and studio rooms are equipped with plush queen beds with pillow-top mattresses, cable TV, Wi-Fi internet access, fridge, microwave, and coffee maker. Start your day with free buffet breakfast and enjoy walk along the scenic Urban Trail System near the hotel.

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