This hotel has one elevator at one end of all of the rooms. If you are housed at the other end its a long walk unless you use the stairs. However there are only two levels. For me, it was a bit of a problem.
Enjoy spacious accommodations at this three diamond hotel nestled in the pines at the base of Bill Williams Mountain in …More
When we arrived we were greeted by the new owner and had to wait a few minutes for him to get the room ready. He was very friendly and knowledgable about not just the Grand Canyon but other recreational areas. The room featured brand new bedding and was very comfortable. TV and rooms were small but not too small - plus you won't be cooped up in the room anyways! Meager breakfast was included - good place to stay on a budget! Williams is a cool place with plenty of shops and restaurants and it's only about 50 minutes driving from the Grand Canyon. The motel is the oldest in Williams. I would recommend this motel for those looking to experience the south rim without breaking the bank.
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.