Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Flagstaff does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Residence Inn Flagstaff, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer a kitchenette, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and Residence Inn Flagstaff makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including 24 hour front desk and a convenience store. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
Close to Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Chapel (0.1 mi), a popular Flagstaff landmark, Residence Inn Flagstaff is a great destination for tourists.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Flagstaff's popular ramen restaurants such as Karma Sushi Bar Grill, Lotus Lounge, and Sosoba, all a short distance from Residence Inn Flagstaff.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Historic Downtown and Railroad District (0.2 mi), Riordan Mansion State Historic Park (1.0 mi), and Northern Arizona University (1.0 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Residence Inn Flagstaff puts the best of Flagstaff at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
we really enjoyed this hotel! It was centrally located within the heart of the downtown and the breakfasts were phenomenal considering that they were free and the food was hot and yummy. Staff was polite and facility was clean. Lots of food and beverage options within walking distance of the hotel.
The staff is also very friendly. The room is always perfect. I stay here 1-2 times a year when I come up from Phoenix because I always know what I am getting. And the location can't be beat - you can walk to many local eateries and breweries. Pricey, but you get what you pay for. It's well worth it.
See previous review of my wonderful first stay of this hotel under my husband's account JJJC-Family. Came back twice more, even though it meant changing my trip. Two reasons for this – 1) enjoyed it so much 2) wanted to see if they would /could maintain incredible level of excellence of 1st stay. In regards to point two, the short answer is pretty much yes, it was still tremendous. Got in late for both 2nd and 3rd stays and only stayed the one night each time. Rooms were still large, clean and very quiet. Considering the hotel we stayed in prior to our 3rd stay here had paper thin walls and kids jumping up and down over our head, quiet is always appreciated. First stay we had a double queen and that was probably our favorite configuration. The 2nd stay’s King had better kitchen as it had a full stove and a separate bedroom. The first stay’s Double Queen had everything in one room & felt more spacious. Third stay put us in a handicapped King, which felt more cramped, despite a separate bedroom, but had best view, although that never has been a big consideration to me. There are some unusual aspects for the handicapped room. The plates and silverware were at cabinets high up, probably difficult to reach by people in wheelchairs. Similarly, the bathroom had a bathtub with shower. Most handicapped rooms have roll-in showers. This room seems most geared to mildly handicapped people. We did not ask for a handicapped room and these features did not bother us. There were some truly minute imperfections in the 3rd room, which most people wouldn’t even notice. One you would was that the toilet clogged. I called Taylor and she sent a person from the front desk, John, I believe, with a plunger, instead of a maintenance person to unclog the toilet. This is a little unusual, although not unique. It was a great plunger and instantaneously did the job. Actually, I wish that hotels provided a plunger in every room. If a clog happens in the middle of the night, who wants to wait often a long time before someone comes to fix the problem? The display on the thermostat in the second room wasn’t functioning properly, but the desk promptly sent up a maintenance man who said the unit worked fine, otherwise and we had no problems with the heat that night. Breakfasts were the best of all the hotels on the trip. They were the only place that had fresh scrambled eggs perfectly cooked and replenished quickly, as needed. They also had very good turkey sausage, better than a lot of restaurants where I have had them. Also, alone this hotel had waffles and they were perhaps the best I have had in a hotel, ever – light, fluffy, yet crispy on the outside, not to mention very tasty. They also had whipped cream and other stuff to top the waffles. The fruit for the fruit salad was fresh and excellent in taste. Everything was very good. Most of the other hotels had grab and go bags with a piece of fruit, granola bars and usually one other item. Edible, but not delightful. The stated reason was Covid, but restaurants were operating in all the cities serving real food. So it’s hard to believe they offered it for any other reason but to save money. Beds were still very comfortable, as the rooms were, overall. TV channels offered were fine. All rooms and the hotel were impeccably clean and almost perfect in fit and finish. I did not mention in my previous post that they have two parking lots, which seem to be perfectly adequate for any need. One is right by the hotel and the other right across the street. While not free, parking costs a relatively reasonable $8, but they never charged us, at all, because of our horrible problems at one of their competitor’s hotels. Where the hell do you see that? Moreover, they appreciated our effort to come back to their hotel, even though it required changing our trip twice to do so that they had a little welcome package waiting in our room for the third stay including a couple of small bottles of Proseco. It was a small gesture, in itself, but in conjunction with all the other efforts, including a few I haven’t mentioned, it defines what sets this hotel way above the typical hotel. It’s why if I ever return to Arizona I will not only stay in this hotel if I come to Flagstaff, but will make sure I visit Flagstaff just to stay at this hotel. There are only a small handful of hotels I can say that about. In fact, this organization owns two other hotels and I want to contact the manager, Jess-Ric, to find out where they are. If they are half as good as this one is, I will be delighted to patronize them. If you read this review, I earnestly implore you to also patronize them. They need to be recognized and rewarded. Then others will follow. That is my fervent hope. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------…
Spent very little time here as I stopped here for one night between Phoenix and an early start to the Grand Canyon the next morning. Overall hotel was very clean, taking COVID measures seriously and the hotel rooms felt brand new. Parking fee waived as a Titanium member (although no room upgrade). Only complaint was having an adjoining room - not sure if all the rooms are like this but mine unfortunately shared a wall with a family with screaming kids and you could even hear conversations happening in regular tone voices. Otherwise great property and very convenient to everything in downtown Flagstaff.
This was our first stay at this hotel, and we loved it; it is right in the heart of ‘Old Town’. Check-in was a breeze. There are two parking lots and parking is a little tight (also a $9 per day extra charge). The standard hotel internet is free and does an excellent job, although we did not stream movies so I really can not comment on the speed for that. We had a corner room (#200) with nice views of the town. The king bed was comfortable and the room was very clean. It has a small kitchenette with refrigerator, stove, drip coffee maker and even a dish washer. The room also has a nice sized work desk that is well layed out. There is a large TV and comfortable couch. The bathroom is large with a nice layout, but is not for wheelchairs. One negative note is that the toilet is very low, so if you have mobility issues you will want to keep that in mind, The shower is large and very well lit.…