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437 West Route 66, Williams, AZ 86046, United States of America – Show map
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Family Rooms, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children or adults stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 6 per person per night when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 10 per night in an extra bed.
Cribs are not available.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are not allowed.
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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 791 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 972 reviews Good
Located on historic Route 66 in downtown Williams, Arizona, this homey inn is 60 miles south of the Grand Canyon. Each country-style room has a private bathroom and free Wi-Fi.
Score from 144 reviews Very good
Located adjacent to historic Route 66, this motel is located in Williams. WiFi access is provided. A free continental breakfast is served to guests daily.
Score from 188 reviews Good
Williams is a great little town. Loads of shops and restaurants. During our stay in November the Polar Express had started running and that was lovely to watch. Wished we had done the trip. Friendly host.
Rocky pillows. Small room, and small bathroom. Has potential to be quaint - but please, in November, turn some heating on! We were wearing coats to eat breakfast!
- Staff; - It's a great lovely town.
Typical country typed R66 hotel, Ambiance, Quiet, friendly reception
Negative points: 1. On check-in, there is no person in reception so we had to wait her in outside. 2. No receptionist during the night is not assured from the security point. 3. No refrigerator in the room is inconvenient for keeping drinking cold. 4. The room is on the 1st floor, but no smoke curtain, so we ccould’t open the curtain because all visibility from outside. 5. One lump was broken. 6.Bath shower system is complicated such that the water temperature changed automatically, hot to cold. It’s not simple.
The king bed was very comfortable and the eclectic interior design was fun. The motif fits the Rt 66 town.
The continental breakfast was basic. I expected a little more selection.
The staff were lovely and the private entrance we nice
the room was extremely cold and it took a long time for the hot water to come through the faucet.
excellent service and accommodation, delicious breakfast, had a great time there
Cozy, friendly, good food and will definitely be back!
Fabulous location Comfortable rooms Friendly owner Quiet A hidden gem and great surprise
Mold in the bathroom. Uneven flooring. No desk. Not carpeted. Not at all what was expected. No one there during checkin hours.
I wanted to try a B&B. The queen room and attached bathroom is extremely small. Not much space for moving around. The breakfast is lacking. Not what you get at your standard hotels. Probably won't book B&B anymore. We stayed in a Quality Inn our last night of vacation and I liked it better. Big Room and Great Breakfast.
The Inn was recommended to us by people we met while exploring on Route 66. The owner Ally was welcoming and the room comfortable. Excellent breakfast, home cooking, and a short walk into the kitschy but fun and compact centre of Williams. Lots of mementos, nightly shootout in the main street, excellent Cruise Bar with live music. And the gateway to the Grand Canyon. The rambling Inn is in process of improvement, and has high potential as a must-stop destination.
The owner was very helpful and genuinely friendly. The location is superb for visiting the Grand Canyon, and then carrying on "Route 66". The town of Williams is definitely worth a stay with several interesting bars, nice restaurants, and sights to see; such as Bearizona - which is superb!!
Great breakfast. Very comfy bed.
I would have chosen to have a chair with little table rather than the dresser....but we only stayed 2days so maybe longer term guests would prefer the dresser.
The owner was very friendly and helpful
Breakfast! Location and services
We had 3 rooms: two were too small with uncomfortable beds and bathrooms. The other one (the biggest) was indeed WONDERFUL.
Excellent bed and breakfast, and rte 66 theme town. Good manager, friendly and very helpfull. I will go there again!
The space , Food and atmosphere.
Allie was a great host and very friendly. It was high season and the building is mainly wooden so it was a bit noisy at night. Good breakfast and great location.
Good location for walking into Williams. Coffee is brewed and available early.
The breakfast is not served until 8 am so if you are planning on leaving early for the grand canyon do not book for the breakfast.
Central location Friendliness of owner/staff Breakfast included
Bed too soft
Friendly owner. Clean, comfortable. I had the "Family Suite", it was big. Downtown Williams gets really quite by 10 pm. It's right in the center of town. Once you park your car you can walk to anything you might need. 60 miles from the park entrance.
Be advised, it's a lot closer to a b and b than a motel. That's not a bad thing, just a different experience. This is not the place for those who want to party. On the way home, I stayed in Segilman (100 miles from the park) for ONE THIRD of the price. Williams needs the tourism, but kicks 'em in the wallet once they get there. It's not a welcoming place. "Behave yourself and make sure you're gone by tomorrow" should be on the city limit sign.
Alley and people working for her were great, very pleasant and friendly. The breakfast was nice with quiche, cereal, fruit, yogurt and more. We had a nice 2 bedroom upstairs unit that was perfect for the 5 of us.
She didn't turn on the air upstairs before we arrived so it was very hot - we thought we may have to leave. But we turned it on then went out to dinner and around town. By the time we returned it was cool. The next day we asked Alley to turn it on 3 hours before we would return and it was perfect!
Family room was spacious Cosy and clean An unique place
It is very nice the town, the location, good room, nice breakfast, Stuff is nice, a very good option for my travel
Its really 2 disconnected motel rooms. Bed was so bad, I had to sleep on floor.