Flagstaff Hotels

Flagstaff is located about 80 miles from the Grand Canyon, and is also the biggest city nearest to the Grand Canyon. Though it only has 60,000 year-round residents, it's home to Northern Arizona University, Lowell Observatory (where Pluto was discovered) and is the First International Dark Sky City. Flagstaff's vibrant, progressive, outdoor culture is making this town known country as one of the "Best Mountain Towns in the Country". Flagstaff offers nearly every type of lodging including well-appointed, small boutique hotels to all the big chains that you've built your loyalty points up with. Though Flagstaff does not offer any 5-star resorts, just 45 minutes down to Sedona are some of the most luxurious resorts you'll find in the Southwest. Flagstaff prides itself on its outdoor culture, so camping, renting cabins or vacation home rentals often suits the needs of many visitors.

 

1. Arizona Mountain Inn & Cabins

Our Tudor-style inn and 17 cabins are tucked away on 13 acres of secluded Ponderosa Pines. The grou
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4200 Lake Mary Road
Coconino National Forest, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
(928) 774-8959
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2. Little America Hotel Flagstaff

Little America is truly one of the best Flagstaff hotels. From our 500-acre private forest to our f
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2515 East Butler Avenue
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
(800) 352-4386
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