This is a clean, older motel -- probably built in the 60s or 70s, so gives kind of a flavor of the motels in Williams, AZ in its heyday on Historic Route 66. If you're looking for modern conveniences, this is not the place for you! The room was clean (and NO bed bugs, so that was a relief.). But there was no closet - the clothes rack and hangers were just on the wall of the room, not enclosed. There were only two teeny lamps in the room, so it was annoyingly dark -- but if we opened the drapes during the day, the outside light was so bright it was glaring. Could not even read at night. A small refrigerator was plunked down in the corner, underneath a wall mounted TV screen - but you had to pay to watch anything besides advertising channels. There was no table to sit at but there was wi-fi access, only had to sit on the bed to use the laptop. The bathroom was about as big a bread box! No room to even turn around or set toiletries on the sink counter, and shower so small you bumped your elbows on the stall wall while washing underarms. No bathtub. No protein in the free breakfast, only carbs. Staff was friendly, but kind of slow. We reserved the room on one charge card, but used a different one when we checked out. Lo and behold, when we returned home we discovered they had charged the room to the card we used to reserve it and not the one we authorized to pay with. So, we got hit with an overcharge fee. Oh well.
Traveller from Tucson, AZ
Situated in Williams, this motel is within a 10-minute walk of Wild West Junction, Small Town America Museum, and Thunder …More
Williams is a great town located on historic Route 66 and close to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. The hotel was an affordable option with good service, and right across the street from a great watering hole, the Long Horn Saloon.
Traveller from J
Situated in Williams, this motel is within a 5-minute walk of Wild West Junction and Small Town America Museum. Thunder Eagle …More
Newly renovated. Appreciate having two benches in the room for suitcases. Was very clean, a good price & the staff was very pleasant. Beautiful out door patio in the trees & very quiet yet still accessible to Williams (although not in walking distance). I'd stay again!
Traveller from Las Vegas
Situated in Williams, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Thunder Eagle Native Art, Kaibab Petroglyphs, and Small Town …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.