Georgia, checked me in and was very friendly and helpful. Our room was clean and comfortable. Only one problem. At night you could see light coming through all around the door. This made for a bright room for sleeping. We ended up putting towels on the floor and hanging one the best we could to eliminate some of the light. Breakfast room was very crowded, hard to move around to get your food. We got some yogurt and ate it in the car.
Very clean hotel, the free breakfast is great!! The area it's located in is beautiful, you feel like your in the middle of the woods. Just one word of warning, there is no elevator so you will want to request a 1st floor room if you can't or don't want to navigate stairs. There are just 2 floors though and theres not a lot of steps and they are pretty easy to navigate.
We stayed here 1 night while visiting the Grand Canyon in June. The woman at the desk was very friendly and was able to have our room available early. The A/C worked great and wasn't super loud - much needed in 109 degree weather. This hotel's address is Williams but its actually closer to Valle - at least 20 minutes closer to the park which is why I chose it. Its nothing fancy but a clean place to sleep for the night for a decent price.
"Convenient For Going To Grand Canyon National Park"
I read many reviews on TripAdvisor warning us about staying in Williams when visiting Grand Canyon National Park, but for us it was a good option. We had access to the town and were able to utilize the local Safeway grocery store to load up on supplies. The drive to the canyon was not a big deal for us and the hotel was budget-friendly. It's not a resort, but it's clean and quiet so we enjoyed our stay.
We stayed the night before heading to the Grand Canyon. It wasn't anything fantastic, but it did the job. The room was clean. The bed was okay, but pillows did lack some "fluffiness". The breakfast wasn't much if you want more than cold toast and juice.
Checked in around 5pm in the afternoon, walked out to the nearby historic area on Route 66.
Williams is a beautiful, quiet town on Route 66.
The hotel is very close to the Route 66 loop of the small town.
We were looking for a hotel near the Grand Canyon at the last minute. This was the only place within our budget - great find! The new owner was waiting at the front desk to greet us and walked us right to our room. They are in the process of making some upgrades. The new beds were very comfortable and the air conditioning was a bonus. Likely the best deal in the area. Highly recommend!
Clean room, perfect for our one night stay. We only spent the night there while travelling through. Check-in and out was easy. Rooms are nothing special, but very clean.
Close to downtown, where plenty of options for a good dinner, but being away from downtown, it is definitely quiet.
The small town of Williams is west of Flagstaff and south of Grand Canyon National Park, at the southern terminus of the Grand Canyon Railway. Trains depart daily from Williams Depot to the park. The downtown historic district is 30 miles from the nearest traffic light; replete with saloons and bordellos, it offers glimpses into the town’s wild frontier past.