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From nature walks to wild pursuits, outdoor enthusiasts flock to Flagstaff, Ariz. for the best nature has to offer. But if you prefer something more low-key, like enjoying the blooms at the Arboretum or drinking a few microbrews at the Beaver Street Brewery, there is plenty to do that won't break the bank.

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Knights Inn Flagstaff

2 stars
2.4 / 5 45 reviews
Convenient Flagstaff hotel for the budget traveler This ultra-convenient, pet-friendly property for families visiting Northern Arizona University and downtown Flagstaff offers clean accommodations at an affordable price. Guests enjoy tidy rooms, complimentary continental breakfast, and easy access to the city's business district. Nearby attractions include Flagstaff Arboretum, Coconino Center for the Arts, shopping centers, and a variety of fun restaurants. HighlightsComplimentary continental breakfastFree Wi-Fi accessPets allowed (fees apply) Rooms Rooms include a television with premium cable channels such as HBO, clock radio, coffeemaker, hairdryer, private bathroom, and free high-speed wireless Internet access. Some rooms offer a microwave oven and refrigerator. FeaturesWith downtown businesses and attractions just minutes away, guests sleep late and still have time to enjoy the complimentary continental breakfast before the workday or sightseeing tours get under way.   In historic downtown Flagstaff, only a half-mile away, restaurants include Granny's Closet, Little Thai Kitchen, Casa Bonita, The Wine Loft, Beaver Street Brewery, Biff's Bagels, and Sizzlers. Lowell Observatory also makes for a worthwhile visit.   A multitude of attractions beyond the city limits await guests, including meteor craters, ruins of ancient civilizations, Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, San Francisco Peaks, the majestic red rocks of Sedona, and the breathtaking views of the Grand Canyon. Activities include hiking, cycling, horseback riding, fishing, river rafting, and in the winter months, skiing and snowboarding. TransportationFlagstaff Pulliam Airport (4.9 mi/7.9 km)Grand Canyon National Park Airport (71.5 mi/115.1 km) Nearby attractionsNorthern Arizona University (0.7 mi/1.1 km)Lowell Observatory (1.3 mi/2.1 km)Walnut Canyon National Monument (11.6 mi/18.7 km)Grand Canyon Railway, Williams (32.4 mi/52.1 km)Air Museum, Williams (50.6 mi/81.4 km)Grand Canyon National Park, south entrance (74.5 mi/119.9 km) Policies and feesPets allowed, $10 per night.Wyndham Rewards Loyalty program.
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Hotel Aspen InnSuites Flagstaff/Grand Canyon

3 stars
3.2 / 5 265 reviews
Family- and pet-friendly accommodations in Flagstaff Hotel Aspen InnSuites offers the amenities of home for guests on the road, all within walking distance to Flagstaff's historic downtown and only five minutes from Northern Arizona University and Flagstaff Hospital. Guests enjoy a complimentary buffet breakfast, evening social hour, an outdoor pool, and fitness center. HighlightsGreat location near downtown FlagstaffFree high-speed Internet access in every guest room; free Wi-Fi access in the lobbyComplimentary hot, healthy buffet breakfastOutdoor pool, spa tub, and fitness centerFree business center Rooms Studio Queen rooms feature a single queen-size Cloud 9 pillowtop bed with deluxe bedding, as well as air conditioning, AM/ FM alarm clock, cable/satellite television, hairdryer, free high-speed Internet access, microwave oven, refrigerator, and telephone with free local phone calls. Studio rooms offer guests two queen-size beds. Two-room Executive/Family Suites and romantic Presidential Jacuzzi Suites are also available. FeaturesGuests start the day right with a free hot breakfast buffet in Flagstaff at PJ's Historic Route 66 Café, featuring scrambled eggs, potatoes, homemade Belgian waffles, fruit, cereal, and more. The café also hosts a free afternoon social hour for guests to relax and meet new friends, plus a Managers Barbeque the first Wednesday of every month. The seasonal pool, spa, and fitness center offer additional opportunities to unwind.   Hotel Aspen, located on old Route 66, minutes from downtown Flagstaff and Flagstaff airport, provides the perfect gateway to Sunset Crater National Monument and the Native American ruins at Wupatki National Monument. The hotel also offers easy access to hiking, fishing, golfing, skiing, and other activities, including walking and jogging trails in nearby urban trail system and San Francisco Peak Mountains. TransportationFlagstaff Pulliam Airport (7.3 mi/11.7 km)Grand Canyon National Park Airport (82.5 mi/132.8 km)   Nearby attractionsGrand Canyon National Park, south entrance (85.4 mi/137.4 km)Lowell Observatory (2 mi/3.2 km)Walnut Canyon National Monument (10.7 mi/17.2 km)Grand Canyon Railway (36.5 mi/58.7 km) BusinessBusiness center with high-speed Internet access, computers, and printer, plus limited free copies and faxesMeeting/banquet facilities with staff, catering, and audiovisual equipment available Policies and feesPet-friendly rooms available, upon request.
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Highland Country Inn

2 stars
3.9 / 5 70 reviews
Newly renovated Highland Country Inn is located across from Northern Arizona University, Highland Country Inn is in the heart of Flagstaff. Near shopping, dining and many local attractions (including the Grand Canyon and Sedona).
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Ramada Flagstaff East

3 stars
2.7 / 5 207 reviews
Gateway to a world of outdoor fun in northern Arizona This Ramada hotel, perched by the foothills of Flagstaff, offers visitors a wonderful combination of air-conditioned comfort and convenience to a number of local sights with characteristic Southwestern warmth. Guests enjoy a variety of recreational activities close by, including several state parks and historic sites, while the hotel gives adventure seekers an ideal place to recharge their batteries. Highlights Well-appointed rooms in a cool, air-conditioned atmosphereComplimentary continental breakfastFree Wi-Fi access Rooms All rooms feature a choice of single king or two queen beds, free wireless high-speed Internet access, phones with modems and dataports, cable television with popular stations such as HBO and ESPN, coffeemaker, iron/ironing board, and a bathroom equipped with Ramada Signature shower, soothing Moen Revolution showerhead, and Ramada's line of Citrus Ginger Spa amenities. Features This tidy Ramada hotel, located just off Interstate 40 at Butler Avenue in Flagstaff, offers a welcome respite for business travelers and families, even those with pets. The Southwest decor is warm and inviting, and so is the staff. Guests cool off in the pool, or work out in the fitness room.   The location also provides guests with easy access to popular Northern Arizona attractions. Visitors unleash their inner archaeologist by visiting the 550-deep meteor crater in nearby Winslow, 1,000-year-old mud homes built by the Sinagua in Walnut Canyon, and pueblo ruins and cliff dwellings at the Wupatki National Monument. They also explore their inner astronomer during the guided tours and interactive presentations at the Lowell Observatory on West Mars Hill. The Grand Canyon is less than 80 miles away.   Guests with more academic or artistic interests investigate Northern Arizona University, the Orpheum Theater, the Museum of Northern Arizona, and other sights in and around historic downtown Flagstaff. The hotel is also close to the Arizona Snowbowl, which offers skiing and snowboarding in the colder months, and hiking, Frisbee golf and a Scenic Skyride when the weather turns warm. Transportation Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (6.7mi/10.8 km) Nearby attractions Grand Canyon Railway, Williams (35.9 mi/57.8 km)Lowell Observatory (3.3 mi/5.3 km)Walnut Canyon National Monument (10 mi/16.1 km)Northern Arizona University (2.6 mi/4.2 km) Business Business center with copier and facsimile servicesFree high-speed Internet accessPhones equipped with dataports and modems Policies and fees Pets welcome, $10 per pet per night.
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Travelodge Flagstaff University West

2 stars
3.2 / 5 90 reviews
The Travelodge Flagstaff University West is a nostalgic Route 66 hotel near downtown Flagstaff, Arizona. Convenient to shopping, dining, hiking, and many other outdoor activities, the Travelodge on Route 66 is a splendid hub for visiting the Grand Canyon, Sedona, the Navajo and Hopi Reservations, Page and Lake Powell, the Painted Desert, the Petrified Forest, and Meteor Crater. Other attractions include Lowell Observatory, Riordan Mansion and historic downtown Flagstaff. There is easy access to all major highways including I-17. I-40, Hwy 180 and Hwy 89 that will take you to all the natural and historic treasures of Northern Arizona. Be sure to travel Route 66 and enjoy a trip to the past in the restored towns along the way such as Ash Fork, Seligman, Winslow and of course Flagstaff itself. If you are looking for something different, this is the place. Full renovation of Guestrooms. All our guestrooms have 40 inch flat screen TVs, microwaves/refrigerators and in-room coffer makers. Travelodge Flagstaff is 100 Percent Smoke Free. Sorry No Pets Accepted. Free Bear Bites Breakfast.
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New York Flagstaff Tue, Dec 30 - Thu, Jan 1 $506
Denver Flagstaff Mon, Dec 29 - Tue, Dec 30 $357
Los Angeles Flagstaff Tue, Dec 30 - Thu, Jan 1 $339
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Washington DC Flagstaff Tue, Jan 27 - Sat, Feb 7 $556
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Chicago Flagstaff Wed, Dec 24 - Sun, Dec 28 $668
Seattle Flagstaff Tue, Feb 10 - Sat, Feb 14 $339
Detroit Flagstaff Mon, Dec 29 - Mon, Jan 5 Check rates
Minneapolis Flagstaff Mon, Feb 2 - Mon, Feb 9 $296
San Francisco Flagstaff Mon, Jan 19 - Fri, Jan 23 $190
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Portland Flagstaff Thu, Jan 1 - Tue, Jan 6 $347
Tampa Flagstaff Wed, Dec 31 - Sat, Jan 3 $705
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Philadelphia Flagstaff Sat, Jan 17 - Sat, Jan 24 $412
Cleveland Flagstaff Mon, Dec 29 - Sat, Jan 3 $687
San Diego Flagstaff Wed, Jan 28 - Tue, Feb 3 $238
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Flagstaff highlights

  • Flagstaff
  • Route 66

    Get your kicks on this infamous road, which runs through downtown Flagstaff. Though its glory days may in the past, don't pass up the opportunity to drive along an American icon on your Flagstaff vacation. If you're feeling brave, take a side trip out to the spooky Museum Club.

  • Grand Canyon National Park

    If you want to put down the roof, and really hit the highway, follow Route 66 out towards the Grand Canyon National Park. Only a two-hour drive from town, it's worth a trip on your Flagstaff travels. Gaze down into its mile-deep reaches from the glass-bottomed Skyway, or take a tour below. Entrance costs $25 per vehicle, or $12 for individuals.

  • Riordan Mansion

    At over 100 years old, the humble grounds of the Riordan Mansion are a beautiful reminder of times gone by. From rustic log-slabs to volcanic stone arches, wander through old-time Arizona with a free tour every day from 11 a.m.

  • Coconino National Forest and Lava River Caves

    From the Red Rocks of Sedona to snow-capped peaks, the Coconino National Forest is brimming with biodiversity. Whether you're floating down the streams or trekking along the canyons, an exploration through this lush terrain is simply sensational. While there, don't miss out on the Lava River Caves. Follow the volcanic stone steps into the great hole as you delve into some free underground beauty on your Flagstaff travels.

  • Wupatki Pueblo

    This ancient multi-story Native American community is the largest pueblo in the entire Wupatki National Monument. Although no longer occupied by the original inhabitants, it's believed that those who once lived here remain as spiritual guardians. A weekly pass to the Wupatki National Monument costs just $5.

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