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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. 



Region: Flagstaff & Sedona

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Embassy Suites by Hilton Flagstaff

Embassy Suites by Hilton Flagstaff

Our 3.5-Star classification designates those properties where guests experience an ideal mix of comfortable accommodations and modern amenities. Most of these hotels feature a variety of services, and offer distinguished style and comfort. Half star indicates that the hotel/resort meets all criteria of the designated rating and exceeds in certain areas.
Flagstaff, Arizona

With easy access to popular Northern Arizona attractions such as the Grand Canyon National Park, this hotel is ideally positioned for exploring Flagstaff.

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Fast Facts

Arizona’s tallest peak, Mount Humphreys, towers above Flagstaff at 12,633 feet. The designer of Flagstaff’s elegant Riordan Mansion also designed the Grand Canyon’s El Tovar Hotel.

Locals believe Flagstaff’s popular Museum Club along Route 66 not only hosts an array of country western musical talents, but also the ghosts of former owners Don and Thorna Scott. Several locations in Flagstaff, such as the Hotel Monte Vista and Weatherford Hotel, are also believed to be haunted. Even more far out… Pluto was discovered at Flagstaff’s Lowell Observatory.