This was an 'exchange' unit from my father's time share. Three stories with a master bed/bath downstairs, two twin beds in the middle, and a family room/kitchenette up top.
Furniture very uncomfortable and not enough seating for the number of persons able to stay there. Kitchenette was good with a full-size frig, microwave, dishwasher and stove. Little balcony on both the top and bottom floors with a pleasant view. Everything was dated but clean.
The elevation in Flagstaff is 7,000 feet and it became quite a burden for us easterners to have to constantly come up 2 sets of stairs from the master bedroom to the living room area. Master bath had a jacuzzi-style tub, it was small but did work. Washer and dryer on the bottom floor was really handy. The beds were awful with even worse pillows. All of us had neck aches and trouble sleeping. It was 30 degrees outside but the unit was always hot. We started sleeping with the door cracked open.
The facility itself was just ok. Staff were friendly but knew nothing about the area, most live in Sedona. The rec room was nice and they did sell Starbucks coffee and ice cream but many of the listed amenities, such as the spa, are in town - not affiliated with the resort at all. The whirlpool was constantly closed, in a week, we never got to use it. Internet access was fine.
This location isn't as convenient as you'd think. The Grand Canyon is 2 hours away as is the Painted Desert. Sedona is also over 2 hours away and Phoenix 3. We spent a LOT of time in the car. Check out the LOCAL 'Walnut Canyon' - only $5 a car and wonderful! The Reardon Mansion tour is a rip off and stay away from the Meteorite trap as well. The Meteriorite is $16 a PERSON and all you do is stand there and look at a big hole.
Be careful ordering food in, especially from the vendors featured in the Wyndham literature. Ask about 'delivery' fees upfront and how long your food will take. We took pictures of the $30 cold pizza we got from Mama something ....it was barely edible and only fed 4 people anyway. You do need a car, there isn't really anything close if you need supplies, etc. There's a nice Safeway and tons of fast food places about 10 - 20 minutes away.
Overall, we wouldn't stay here again but if you don't mind being in a car a lot, don't really need any amenitities. then I guess it's ok.
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