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1900 East Rodeo Road, Williams, AZ 86046, United States of America – Show map
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Golf Course (within 2 miles), Hiking, Indoor Pool (seasonal), Playground
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Vending Machine (drinks), Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Concierge Service, Laundry, Daily Housekeeping, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Convenience Store (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
From 3:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children or adults stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged USD 5 per person per night for extra beds.
All children under 3 years are charged USD 5 per person per night in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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Super 8 Williams East/Grand Canyon, one mile from Grand Canyon Railroad Depot, features rooms with expanded cable TV and free Wi-Fi. This Williams motel has a seasonal heated outdoor pool.
Score from 849 reviews Good
Featuring an outdoor seasonal pool and a hot tub, this hotel is a 55-minute drive from Grand Canyon National Park. All rooms have free Wi-Fi. A hot breakfast buffet is served daily.
Score from 899 reviews Good
In the Arizona forest, this Williams hotel is a 10-minute drive from Elk Ridge Ski Area. The hotel features an indoor pool, a hot tub and rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 484 reviews Very 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 169 reviews Good
Very friendly helpful staff and beautifully presented
Lack of recycling facilities
Staff were exceptionally helpful and friendly, facilities were well presented, accommodation felt homely.
We slept in the coach truck, very nice and original! The staff was very nice and helpful. located at just 50 minutes from the Canyon South rim.
front doors hard to open, facilities old, a little over price!
Location and helpful staff
No TV due to storm. Spotty Wifi.
The staff here are excellent. Extremely friendly, approachable and helpful. The location was great and the facilities good. The rail cars are a great touch and add character.
The only downside of staying in a rail car is it is a sauna during the day and an ice bucket at night. Just make sure you use the cooler/heater and wrap up warm over night.
Very 1950's & right next to nice woods, amazing opportunities to stay in train-cars or cabooses, if you don't travel with a dog.
If you do travel with a dog, even a small, quiet, clean one, expect to be put in a substandard unit without A/C or adequate window ventilation whose air is circulated with a floor fan to prevent the smell of damp from taking over. Not cool!
This was an actual RT 66 motel. We thought it was very cool. It has a really cool train theme and we liked the cottage type rooms.
The bed was pretty hard
location beautiful atmosphere relax relax relax staff EXTREMELY helpful laundry facility excellent and clean rooms adorable cottages sitting outside in great outdoors easy access to Grand Canyon
better quality beds would be awesome - beds were fine but a little thicker softer would b great
friendly staff; clean room - very special (caboose); good location
Friendly staff Convenience
Pillows too soft
clean rooms/friendly staff/ park was clean/ pricing was good for what you get./ quiet park /good little shop
Location and price
Quite difficult to use the coffee maker - cord not long enough to reach the electrical outlet - requires improvisation.
We stayed there for 1 Night and received a free upgrade for the red ( bigger) caboose. We stayed the night in a really wonderful location. The caboose is very clean an its got everything you need ( including a fridge, tv and a coffee maschine). The staff is really friendly and explained us lot of stuff sbout williams and grand canyon.
The only thing we didn't like was the air conditioning/heating you could nt turn off at night. But all in all it was awesome there :)
The place was simple but with all the basic amenities. The atmosphere was great and relaxing after a long trip. If all that you need is a place to rest or spend the night, I recommend this hotel. It is also very near the center of Williams.
The wifi did not work well if we are inside our rooms.
Location is good. It´s not on the town, but pretty close. Accomodations were good, friendly staff and some rooms are real train wagons, which is nice to take pictures too.
location near forest
wifi didn't work cold water in "heated pool" low temperature in room at morning heater didn't work toilet paper insted sealent windows worst coffe
Great one of a kind place to stay. Our kids loved the railway car. Pool was nice. We wish we would've stayed longer on Williams. What a unique place. We created great memories.
The staff is super friendly. The amenities are fully adequate. It just felt cozy.
It was a little noisy at times, with the main entrance / exit close to the room.
The bed was comfortable The staff were pleasant
No Wifi - even tho they advertise they have it. We stayed across the road the night before and there was no problem. When we couldn't get on at this place we asked if we could use wifi where we stayed the night before and it worked perfectly!
The staff was very kind
First -nancy is a sweetheart of a woman , second I like the theme
Shower is small
The train carriages in the grounds
The walls were patchy from dirt/damp, sheets were dirty (from not being changed since the last people who had obviously had sex) blanket had holes in, wifi didn't really work. Explained situation to staff in the morning but they didn't really care and said it was due to laundry company, another person in there was complaining about the attitude and rude response from the manager over a different issue. Not worth the money, just stay in the motels in town which were more modern and looked well kept.
Everything. We could change our first night for a caboose. It was a wonderfull experience. The staff was very friendly. The location was very good, not far from Williams Downtown and the Railway Station where we got the train to the Grand Canyon. We will surely come back.
The internet was not good. In the rooms we could not have internet, only close to the reception. But it was not a real problem for us and we could also go free on the PC at the reception.
While traveling with our grandsons to return them to their mom we met in Williams. The boys were thrilled to sleep in a caboose! And it was very cool, beautiful view from patio, etc. The property has at least two huge community firepits, picnic tables & I believe grills as well, one playground, freestanding bathhouse accessible by campers and motel/"train" guests, convenience store, outdoor games (bean bag toss & horseshoe if I remember correctly) and an indoor seasonal pool. For the most part the staff was amazing; friendly, and helpful. The location is a trade off- on the edge of town so you drive anywhere that you need, but it feels like somewhat of an adventure and the price is decent for the area. Amazingly, Williams is quite the hot spot...maybe the movie "Cars" has changed it's persona? The downtown seems to have been revived! A fun place to walk around with live outdoor music, horse carriage rides, "shootout", and cool restaurants. And of course the train station is there with the opportunity to board for the Grand Canyon. We had intended to take it but in retrospect glad we opted for Bearizona instead! Just because at 5 & 7 the few hours at Bearizona was plenty for them; created a special memory and still got a nap:) Whereas the train ride is a full day experience. For us if we are going to spend that kind of money want it to be an enjoyable experience for all of us.
Ultimately, we learned that we could have probably stayed downtown for about the same price. I had been hesitant to book a "Route 66" style "motel" but many of them are downtown and have obviously been re-vamped and/or under new management. Downtown we could have avoided driving our car at all- but it is definitely a different experience. We also would not have had the view, peace and quiet. And I don't think our grandsons would have given up the night "in the train"! We couldn't help but notice that The Canyon Motel & RV Park charges for EVERYTHING and follows the rules VERY CLOSELY!!! Don't expect an early check in without being charged, nor a late check out. And for instance, my husband loves lots of ice- though you may be fortunate enough to get a complimentary Ziploc size bag of ice if you ask, the freezer space in the rooms is not adequate to store the 10 lb bags that are offered for sale. The pool is said to be heated but the swimmer leaving the building as we entered didn't believe so and our grandsons at 5 & 7 would not stay in for more than a few minutes...which tells me something: ) I was a little taken back when I asked about lighting the firepit which had quite a bit of wood (placed by the facility) in it. I wanted to make sure that i could keep the fire under control and they made it clear that was my responsibility. When i asked about water sources or even having access to a bucket the woman working the desk acted as if i was asking for gold- because they're in a water shortage. Well, i'm sorry...i thought the safety of the park and everyone in it might be prioritized over a bucket of water!??!?! Honestly, i would go again and would recommend it but would prepare for the negatives that we recognized
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