The hotel is upgrading their elevators so we will only have one elevator operational at a time from June 27th till July 25th. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Staff will be available to assist guests.
Halloween is just around the corner, but you don't have to wait until the big day to get into the spooky spirit. If you are staying in any of the Flagstaff hotels between mid-September and the end of October, take the opportunity to take a haunted tour downtown..
The Arizona Historical Society provides walking tours all year long, but for a few weeks in autumn, your tour guide is a ghostly spirit. One of the many reasons to stay in hotels in Flagstaff, AZ is the ability to explore local historical attractions. The city is full of legends about rough riders, loggers, and early pioneers. The two-hour haunted evening tour of the city includes much more than ghost stories and spirit sightings (if you're lucky); your ghoulish guide will also tell you about the rich history of Flagstaff and northern Arizona.
After a scary stroll, you'll be ready to return to your Flagstaff hotel for dinner and a comfortable night of un-haunted rest. Although a few old Flagstaff hotels have spooky haunting stories, the modern amenities and room service will make your guest room feel just like home.