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533 West Route 66, Williams, AZ 86046, U.S.A. – Show map
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14:00 - 22:00 hours
09:30 - 10:00 hours
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Situated in the Arizona forest, this Williams hotel is a 10-minute drive to Elk Ridge Ski Area. The hotel offers an indoor pool, a hot tub and rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 515 reviews Very good
Super 8 Williams East/Grand Canyon, one mile from Grand Canyon Railway Depot, features rooms with expanded cable TV and free Wi-Fi. This Williams motel offers a seasonal heated outdoor pool.
Score from 805 reviews Good
This Williams hotel is less than one mile from the Grand Canyon Railway Station. The hotel offers free on-site parking, free high-speed internet and a daily continental breakfast.
Score from 212 reviews Good
Offering free Wi-Fi, this motel is 35 minutes’ drive from Flagstaff Pulliam Airport. All rooms are equipped with a cable TV. Free coffee is served in the lobby each morning to all guests.
Score from 142 reviews Review score
This motel was very cozy. It was clean and the staff was friendly. It was really cold when we were there , but the heater in the room worked great. It was a very basic room , but it was as expected and the price was nice. My favorite thing was the location . The motel was within walking distance of almost every thing in town, restaurants, gift shops, grocery store and train station.
The bed was not comfortable, hard as a rock.
Room was small, very simple, felt a bit like sleeping in a garage. Looked clean. Cool thing: it was near Route 66. Off topic: The owner recommended us the Pine Country for dinner/breakfast, but their food is average... But if you want a good pie, definitely go there :)
The room facilities and two comfortable beds.
We were the only guests at the hotel (early January). Although that isn't the fault of the hotel, it had a 'closed' feeling - unmanned reception and the hotel sign unlit.
Cheap Clean Has Character
The room was comfortable and the gas wall furnace provided plenty of heat for the 12' x 12' room, on the night we stayed the overnight temperatures were well below 20 degrees. The rooms were nicely furnished and with the exception of a couple of smudges on the wall were very clean. The beds were not a full queen, but were between a queen and full size; the rooms are a bit on the small size so do not expect to be able to put someone on the floor for the night, there's not enough room. Other than that it was a nice quiet hotel and would be suitable for a 1 to 3 night stay. The staff was very pleasant and I would not hesitate to stay there again. Although this motel was built in the 1950's the rooms appeared to be in very good repair.
I do not have any real complaints about this Motel, I thought it was a very good value and was priced appropriately. The only complaint that I did have was that I tried to book a room using the motel's web page but never received a call back. I tried to call the front desk to book the rooms and was referred to the internet. I finally made the booking on Booking.com and requested two adjoining rooms and received two adjoining rooms as requested.
The motel is well located, close to restaurants, stores .... The heat works pretty well.
My bothers and I stayed for one night and my parents stayed for two nights while they were waiting for us to come back from a hike down to the Colorado River at the Grand Canyon. The check out time was supposed to be at 10 am, but the hotel staff entered into my parents room at 8:15 am when they were still on bed. Also my parents were a little late with the check out and the motel staff entered again to their room close to 11 am and found my mother naked. After all, my parents try to leave their baggage at the reception of the mother (while walking around the town waiting for us to arrive), and they refused to keep it a couple of hours for them. So they had to walk around the town with their baggage from 11 am to 2:30 pm when we arrive.
My parents (on their 7+) were staying one more night while we were camping at the Grand Canyon. The check out time (10:00) was strict and end up with numerous uncomfortable interruptions between 10:00-11:00. When my my parents finally left they were not allowed to leave their luggage for a couple of hours and had to stay in a coffee house while we arrived a few hours letter. In addition the bed linen was old and extremely ware out!
There is nothing good for this hotel.Small and worst sound proof
There was nothing particularity wrong with this motel but it is definitely seen better days. It is old, tired and uninspiring in any way. It was clean and the bed was comfortable. That said it was pretty expensive for a very ordinary and fairly small room. Fine for night's sleep but nothing more....
The price, and the themed rooms. I had the Marilyn Monroe room. I also enjoyed the tea selection in the rooms and the complementary water and juice.
It was cold in Williams that week, and beds only had faded, worn bed spreads. I had to fold one in half to stay warm. They could have provided at least an additional blanket.
The owners great attitude and pride of taking care of his motel and guests. He really goes out of his way to make your stay pleasant. All rooms were upgraded and extremely clean. A bit on the small side but you come knowing that and is nothing the owner can do about it other than make it clean, comfortable and upgraded.
The owner was very accommodating and friendly.
Very friendly owner. This is not a fancy room at all but it was really clean and quite satisfactory to leave us rested to drive the last leg up to the Grand Canyon in the morning. I would really suggest spending at least two nights because that town is so nice and also to visit Bearizona wildlife park there.
Noise on top floor.
No heat in room -- electric heater wasn't working and mgm. was off duty before we realized the problem. If you're no taller than 5', the bathroom facilities would be OK. Very low mirrors, sink, shower head, etc. My husband is 6'2" and he had to kneel down to shave! Everything is very dated & used. Won't even consider Highlander if we're passing through Williams again.
Friendly, helpful desk clerk, convenient location on the way to the Grand Canyon
Cow skeleton on wall, as well as multiple gun posters. Uuuuggghhhh!
- Location within Williams - Easy parking in front of the room - 1 story building - Late check-in (10 PM) - Complimentary drinks at reception
- Bedspread (no problem with cleanliness though) - Wall-to-wall carpet (no problem with cleanliness though) - No good place to sit down with your laptop
Friendly check-in staff - helpful advice for dining out. Comfortable beds - spotlessly clean room and bathroom. Soundproof walls - interesting décor. All within easy walking distance to explore the town of Williams.
The motel has twelve units with all doors facing on the parking lot. You can park directly in front of your room. The room has all the minimal amenities in good working order, though the wall heater was a bit slow to respond and the bathroom tub tap tended to drip. Furniture is a simple unique rough pine design. Overall, a good value for the money. On the night we stayed there, it was one of the few motels in Williams near full capacity, even though it has only 12 rooms, largely because of workmen working elsewhere out of the motel.
Breakfast was a stale cold wrapped Otis Spunkmeyer muffin and a small bottle of Sunny Delight juice, available only after 8 am. Breakfast should be discounted if considering this motel. There is a very good restaurant next door, much in contrast to most of the eating establishments in Williams (50s retro diners, steak houses and saloons).
Cost Location Friendly staff
Noisy at night Very basic accomadations
Friendly owner. Location of motel. Value for money. Coffee making machine.
clean room good value
outside hallway smelt cuz of other people smoke
They watched who came and went. Felt safe and comfortable with staff cleaning room.
Super friendly and accommodating staff, clean room
We stayed here on a trip to the Grand Canyon and it was exactly what you want from a motel. It's much cheaper than staying at the Grand Canyon, and only an hour drive away. On top of that it's in a great little town which is perfect for Route 66 enthusiasts. The owner was a nice guy and gave me lots of helpful info too.
Rooms are clean and comfortable but don't expect the Ritz. That said it would lose some of It's charm as a Route 66 motel if it was.
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