The “City of Seven Wonders,” Flagstaff puts our hotel’s guests within reach of Coconino National Forest, the Grand Canyon, Oak Creek Canyon, Walnut Canyon, Wupatki National Monument, Sunset Crater National Monument and the San Francisco Peaks. At Sunset Crater, you can hike the lava path down this dormant volcano. Then visit Walnut Canyon to tour the 700-year-old cliffside homes of the Sinagua people.
With annual snowfall of more than 100 inches, Flagstaff means serious skiing and snowboarding at the nearby Arizona Snowbowl. Cross country skiers will also love the challenge of the Nordic Center. And if you’re visiting on December 31st, head downtown early to claim your spot in front of the Weatherford Hotel and watch the 70-pound pine cone drop, once at 10 p.m. to celebrate the East Coast’s new year and again at midnight in Flagstaff.
Our accommodations are also ideally located for enjoying the sights of downtown Flagstaff. Hotel guests can tour the Museum of Northern Arizona, see a show at the Orpheum Theater and hear the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra at Northern Arizona University’s Ardrey Auditorium. Just one block from Historic Route 66, Heritage Square is always a happening place, home to the “Thursdays on the Square” music events.