An old railroad town rich with frontier history, Flagstaff offers easy access to the Grand Canyon, Route 66, national parks and mountain peaks.
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With easy access to popular Northern Arizona attractions such as the Grand Canyon National Park, this hotel is ideally positioned for exploring Flagstaff.
Arizona’s tallest mountain, Humphreys Peak, and Native American pueblo sites are just a few of the riches awaiting vacationers in Flagstaff, Arizona. This charming gateway to the Grand Canyon in the north and red rocks of Sedona to the south sits 7,000 feet above sea level. Visitors can enjoy fresh air and breathtaking scenery amidst the largest contiguous Ponderosa Pine forest in the continental United States.
The verdant Coconino National Forest surrounds this historic, easy-going mountain town. The Mother Road, known at Route 66, winds through downtown Flagstaff, near such classic spots as the Galaxy Diner and legendary Museum Club, where country western music and the two-step are served up alongside the latest southwest fare.
Flagstaff’s Coconino Center for the Arts boasts a 200-seat theater and two galleries, offering unique art exhibitions and dynamic theatrical performances throughout the year. From ancient underground tunnels at the Lava River Cave to hikes amid Arizona’s highest point along the Kachina Trail, Flagstaff offers a stunning setting amid the arid deserts and grand canyons of America’s great southwest.
Watch a movie, comedy or musical performance at downtown Flagstaff’s famous Orpheum Theatre. Head north to the Grand Canyon or explore nearby Oak Creek Canyon and breathtaking Sedona to the south. Visit nearby Native American pueblo sites built right into the hillsides at the Wupatki National Monument and Walnut Canyon National Monument. Explore various landmarks such as the train station and classic drive-ins in the historic downtown area off renowned Route 66. Hike or bike amid the magical San Francisco Peaks. Listen to the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra play classical music at Northern Arizona University’s Ardrey Memorial Auditorium. Watch the stars shine at the renowned Lowell Observatory on aptly named Mars Hill Road.
Flagstaff boasts four seasons… a dry fall from September to November, when aspen trees turn gold, hot summers starting in May to early July, a wetter summer from July to early September, plus cold, snowy winters. The city’s low humidity and high elevation creates a relatively mild climate throughout the year. Temperatures can drop substantially at night, especially during the winter. Spring and fall provide some of the best weather. Flagstaff boasts more than 288 days of sunshine per year.