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Nice place to camp a few days. RV sites are nice, but I on our site I had to use several blocks to level one side. Bathroom is clean and water hot. Playgrond looked nice.
Easy to get to Grand Canyon with is about an...More
We spent one night in a back-in RV space. It is a small park, nice staff, some train noise at night, level gravel site and roads so it can be dusty if the wind is blowing or lots of traffic in and out. All the...More
Historic 1940's motor lodge. The rooms were nice and roomy. The hotel is located on the outskirks of Williams Az. Easy to get downtown for meals and on the main road to the Grand Canyon 50 miles away. The motel has all the necessary amenities...More
Nice enough place. Staff was friendly. The shower facilities were nice, however there was no exhaust system so it became quite humid. RV spot was adequate. Power was good. Place was quiet; no train noises even though trains were nearby.
This establishment was recommended to us by another Route 66 motel owner. It did not disappoint! Cute cottages, well kept and wonderful views. We went as a couple but are working on planning a family trip in the future. The staff was wonderful and went...More
US$ 62 - US$ 119 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Cedar_Park_chump | Reviewed this property |
The air conditioning was probably not strong enough to get the room ice box cold, but it met our needs. If we remember correctly. The big advantage to being in Arizona is that you don't have to worry about the humidity. I... More
The air conditioning was probably not strong enough to get the room ice box cold, but it met our needs. If we remember correctly. The big advantage to being in Arizona is that you don't have to worry about the humidity. I would book to stay there in August.
Response from Shirley Y | Property representative |
Yes we sure do... we are surronded by the Kaibab National Forest and most of our guests love to take there pets into this area. This is Mother Natures backyard and pets can run free here and enjoy themselves!
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"Definitely stay in the Train Carriage or Caboose"