It was a overall good experience. Only cons were the elevator wasn't working,the jacuzzi was colder then the heated pool, heated pool wasn't to heated, lights out in pool area very dim,no dumbells only cardio machines in gym and last I went into the restaurant right when it opened in the am and no employees were there.
All can be fixed. I would stay here again.
Good, cheap place to sleep after riding the train and exploring the Grand Canyon 1 or more days. Not a Honeymoon Suite or anything fancy. The West Williams Motel 6 is much newer and has better amenities (including a pool), but this was perfect for my needs.
Motel 6 Williams East - Grand Canyon is located off the famous Route 66. Visit Williams Ski Area and the Deer Farm. Enjoy …More
We stayed here because of the price and location. We went to visit the Grand Canyon and needed an inexpensive place to sleep for one night. Room was clean, bed comfortable, mini fridge, and breakfast in the lobby.
The room was immaculate and very clean, it felt like home. Breakfast was surprisingly well stocked although it was served on a 5 ft. counterspace and you had to take it back to your room. Bagels, toast, yogurt, fruit, cereals, coffee , juices everything you could want.
Traveller from Woodstock, Ontario, Canada
Located in a historic town, this Arizona bed and breakfast is less than 3 miles from Bill Williams National Recreation Trail …More
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.