The Best Hotels and Inns to Book in Flagstaff, Arizona

Cozy up by the firepit at the Country Inn and Suites by Radisson
Cozy up by the firepit at the Country Inn and Suites by Radisson | Courtesy of Country Inn and Suites by Radisson, Flagstaff Downtown, AZ / Expedia
Ross Walker

The accommodation options in Flagstaff range from romantic retreats to business-friendly properties. If you’re visiting the area, you’ll love the rustic inns and historic hotels in the downtown area, but if you’re traveling on business, you’ll be comfortable in one of the business-focused Flagstaff hotels. Read on for our favorite places to stay in Flagstaff, Arizona – bookable on Culture Trip.

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Flagstaff, for inventive dining


The outdoor pool at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Flagstaff flanked by loungers and backed by pine trees
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Hop off Route 66 to reach this parking-included, pet-friendly hotel in Flagstaff near Riordan Mansion State Historic Park. The on-site Japanese restaurant serves top-rated sushi and cooks a feast at the teppan table shows on Wednesdays. The second restaurant has something for everyone, including breakfasts, sandwiches and steaks. Prefer private dining? Order room service. Work off indulgence at the 24-hour fitness center and seasonal outdoor pool before chilling in the whirlpool spa.

Country Inn and Suites by Radisson, Flagstaff Downtown, AZ, for fireside chilling


A bed with a green headboard set against a partially wood-clad wall at the Country Inn and Suites by Radisson
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This Flagstaff hotel is a great base for rejuvenating around your exploring; think complimentary hot breakfast, coffee and cookies, along with handy in-room microwaves and mini-fridges. Relaxing around your adventures is easy thanks to the indoor pool and hot tub, fitness center and sofa-strewn, fireplace-lit lobby. You’ll especially love the mountain-view outdoor patio, where you can gather around the flickering firepit. This Country Inn and Suites by Radisson has won a Hospitality Excellence Award, so you know you’ll be well looked after.

SpringHill Suites by Marriott Flagstaff, for a pet-friendly stay


A studio with one bed and a sitting area with a contemporary artwork at SpringHill Suites by Marriott Flagstaff
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Bring your furry friend to this pet-friendly Flagstaff hotel. The studios have plenty of room, from the contemporary bed area to the partially separated living space with a cushion-clad sofa and handy work desk. Never go hungry thanks to your in-room mini-fridge, coffee maker and microwave, the 24-hour mart and the daily free hot breakfast buffet. Here for some rejuvenation? You’ll appreciate the on-site fitness center and indoor heated pool.

Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott Flagstaff East, for thoughtful facilities


An inviting two-bed guest room at Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott Flagstaff East with yellow nature-inspired wallpaper
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If you’re searching for a business-friendly hotel in Flagstaff, there are plenty of places to work at the Fairfield Inn and Suites, from the desks in the contemporary rooms to spaces in the comfy lobby. Wifi is complimentary throughout; upgrade to Enhanced High Speed for a fee. You’ll appreciate the convenient free on-site parking, always-open snacks shop and the copy, fax and printing services. Start each day with a complimentary breakfast, and decompress at the 24-hour fitness center, in the indoor heated pool or on the outdoor sun loungers.

Residence Inn by Marriott Flagstaff, for little luxuries

Luxury, Chain Hotel

A spacious corner suite at the Residence Inn by Marriott Flagstaff with a deep purple accent wall, a sectional and city views
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Live like a local in an amenities-packed studio or suite featuring a kitchen, a sofa and a desk space, and enjoy hotel-like luxuries, including a barbecue, a picnic area and a complimentary full American breakfast each morning. Keep on top of your wellness routine thanks to the indoor pool and always-open gym. Then, in your spare time, explore downtown Flagstaff, home to many restaurants and breweries.

Little America Hotel, Flagstaff, for a warm welcome

Resort, Hotel

Rustic-chic lobby with wood beams, plush seating, stone art and Native American-style rug at Little America Hotel, Flagstaff
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Little America is a small hotel chain operating in places such as Sun Valley Resort in Idaho and Snowbasin Resort in Utah. Its Flagstaff outpost manages to run a quaint hotel with a warm, intimate atmosphere. The hotel has a bar on-site as well as a swimming pool and a hot tub. It also has partnerships with nearby ski resorts and hosts several events, including the North Pole Experience, a pre-Christmas celebration with Santa.

Arizona Mountain Inn and Cabins, for Tudor stylings

Inn, Hotel, Cabin

A charming A-frame cabin with a furnished patio set among ponderosa pines at Arizona Mountain Inn and Cabins
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Arizona Mountain Inn and Cabins offers guests a great way to get away from it all. The Tudor-style inn and cabins are in the forest outside downtown Flagstaff. You can choose to stay in the B&B or a secluded private cabin, perfect for large groups. Dogs are welcome guests in the cabins, and with so much open space, it’s an ideal place for walking and playing.

Hilton Garden Inn Flagstaff, for fitness facilities


The plant-adorned lobby at the Hilton Garden Inn Flagstaff with comfy seating and a fireplace
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This Hilton Garden Inn is perfect for business travelers or those staying a few nights. The rooms are large, and the wifi is complimentary – great if you’re also planning to get some work done. Keep in mind that there’s a fitness area complete with a full gym and an indoor heated pool and whirlpool. If you’re having a meeting in Flagstaff, consider renting the 15-person boardroom for the day.

Club Wyndham Flagstaff, for family-friendly fun


A spacious dining room with a wall of windows and golf-course views at the Club Wyndham Flagstaff
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This Club Wyndham is the best bet for those who’d like to stay within resort boundaries during your time in Flagstaff. It offers a variety of activities, from a movie theater filled with beanbag chairs to an 18-hole golf course. If you’re traveling with kids, you can drop them off at the Bear Paw Recreation Center, complete with a game room and a billiards table.

Courtyard by Marriott Flagstaff, for work and leisure


An outdoor patio with a firepit surrounded by cushioned seating at Courtyard by Marriott Flagstaff
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This Courtyard is another contender for the best business hotel in Flagstaff. With the backing of the Marriott brand, it offers all of the deluxe amenities that a business traveler needs. The hotel has free wifi, a fitness center, a pool and a frequent airport shuttle.

Kim Gregory contributed additional reporting to this article.

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