The hotel staff is very accommodating, friendly and always greeted our family when we walked in and out of the doors. The restaurant is great too! We ate dinner and had brunch. Overall, we have stayed at other, more expensive hotels in the area but will definitely be back to the Ramada our next time in Williams!
It was our cheaper hotel from our trip and we were really surprised by the room. Everything was clean and comfortable. We did not expect to have breakfast at the hotel buffet but ended up having breakfast there, there is a waffle machine. The seating was limited however. The room was quiet but we could hear when people were talking in the hallway. However, it was a quiet night (low season) and it really did not cause any trouble and we had a great night. Great hotel for the price!
Check in was awesome got to choose the room. The rooms are well thought out and it is walking back in time. Coffee in the morning downstairs was the strongest I have ever had. Hotel very close to restaurants and the staff (owners) are amazing people. Booked room for visitors from South Africa they were tickled pink with the quaintness of the Hotel
First night we experienced problems sleeping right due to excessive light in the room. We were given an even nicer room and the problem was solved. The desk clerk/host went out of his way to provide a comfortable stay. We would go back again. Lovely place. Pleasant staf
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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.