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.
Situated in a rural location, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Williams Depot and Small Town America Museum. Wild …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.
Situated in Williams, this motel is within a 10-minute walk of Wild West Junction and Small Town America Museum. Williams …More
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.
Located in the heart of Williams, this motel is within a 15-minute walk of Small Town America Museum, Buckskinner Park, and …More
This motel is NOT Econo Lodge anymore --- it has changed to America's Best Value Inn. Neither Expedia, Econo Lodge nor ABVI let us know. We found this out on our own. It looked like the "Bates Motel" when we drove up & we almost left without checking in. However, we did stay & it was fine. The room was very clean (most important thing!) & the bed was very comfortable. The motel needs a lot of updating; i.e., carpeting, heating system, decor. The continental breakfast was okay except that, for sanitary reasons, they should provide individual packets of peanut butter, cream cheese, hot chocolate & butter instead of big containers that you have to dip out of.
Traveller from Fayetteville, GA
Situated in Williams, this motel is within a 5-minute walk of Wild West Junction and Small Town America Museum. Williams …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.