Hotels near and in Grand Canyon National Park fill up quickly, but Flagstaff hotels, cabins, and bed and breakfasts are a really good options. Flagstaff is located just 90 miles from the South Rim and 193 miles from the North Rim. This gateway to the Grand Canyon is a favorite among Arizona locals year round because of its four-season climate, quaint college town energy mixed with the mountain lifestyle vibe, and range of opportunities for outdoor activities. From high elevation hiking, skiing and snowboarding, to leisure walks through the pines and horseback riding, Flagstaff is a wonderful place to stay before heading out to the Grand Canyon.
Garlands Oak Creek Lodge
Garland’s Oak Creek Lodge is a unique, historic and acclaimed Lodge in Oak Creek Canyon, 20 miles S of Flagstaff. Open March 29 - November 17, 16 simple cabins dot the lush 10 acre property. Relax & unplug with no TVs or phones. Seasonal menus feature the bounty of our organic garden and orchard.
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Hilton Garden Inn Flagstaff
Ideally located for exploring the wonders of Northern Arizona including Grand Canyon and Sedona. NAU is nearby and Snowbowl - mountain biking - golf - hiking - are all minutes away.
Fairfield Inn Flagstaff
Nestled in the cool pines of Northern Arizona, the Fairfield Inn hotel is located at I-17 and I-40, at the gateway to The Grand Canyon, Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon, and Flagstaffâ€™s University district.
Little America Hotel
Truly one of the best Flagstaff hotels. From its 500-acre private forest to its friendly staff, Little America exemplifies the spirit and hospitality of Grand Canyon area Flagstaff hotels.
Radisson Flagstaff Woodland Hotel
There is an air of distinction here: a setting of comfort and elegance unlike other Grand Canyon area / Flagstaff hotels. Unique ambiance, rich details.
Holiday Inn Express Flagstaff
Conveniently located near the Grand Canyon at the intersection of I-40 and Butler Avenue in Flagstaff. Close to Historic Downtown, Lowell Observatory, Arizona Snowbowl.
Ramada Limited West
Flagstaff/Grand Canyon area hotel. Newly renovated rooms designed offer a relaxed, intimate atmosphere. Convenience is the essence here: shopping, restaurants, NAU, downtown.
Comfort Inn Flagstaff
Comfort Inn Flagstaff - Soak in the atmosphere of Northern Arizona. Discover activity just outside your door at the Comfort Inn Flagstaff. Comfort, convenience, and value.
Wildland Trekking Company
Join our 2 to 8-day backcountry tours, with gourmet food and quality gear served up by the most experienced, knowledgeable guides with 20 yrs experience in adventure travel.
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