While Phoenix may be the most well-known place in Arizona, it’s far from all this gorgeous desert state has to offer! The northern part of the state is also home to several beautiful destinations that also tend to feature far cooler temperatures – snow is even common in some of them! Here are the top 8 hotels that are perfect for your next visit to northern Arizona.
Little America Hotel
Located in the town of Flagstaff, this beautiful hotel is located amongst the equally beautiful ponderosa pines common in the area. It features an outdoor pool and a fitness center. For those planning on flying into the town, the hotel offers a free airport shuttle, as well as free parking for those planning on driving. Guests can also look forward to enjoying a meal from the on-site restaurant, as well as drinks and appetizers from the hotel’s bar.
Residence Inn Flagstaff
Here’s a high-quality option that’s budget-friendly as well! Residence Inn Flagstaff offers guests all the most loved amenities at a hotel, including an indoor swimming pool, a fitness center, and a continental breakfast. In addition to this, it also features a convenient, central location for those looking to explore Flagstaff.
The Wilde Resort And Spa
One of the best-known reasons to visit Sedona is the number of relaxing, incredible spas in the city, and a stay at The Wilde Resort and Spa is a great way to experience one firsthand! This hotel features a full-service spa that offers treatments such as facials and massages. Guests can also look forward to an outdoor pool, as well as on-site dining options that include a bar.
The Penrose Bed And Breakfast
For those looking for a charming and cozy stay, consider the Penrose Bed and Breakfast. Located in Sedona, this bed and breakfast offers gorgeous views of the nearby mountains. Guests can also look forward to a free breakfast each morning, as well as clean and spacious rooms.
The Grand Highland Hotel
Here’s a great choice for those looking to explore Prescott and the surrounding area, or those passing through! The Grand Highland Hotel is a beautiful boutique hotel located on the Historic Whiskey Row. Guests can look forward to a daily continental breakfast, as well as free wifi.
Prescott Pines Inn
Here’s another excellent option for those who enjoy charming, local inns and boutique hotels over more commercialized options. Prescott Pines Inn offers guests beautiful, clean accommodations, as well as a variety of amenities. You can look forward to a gorgeous garden, a continental breakfast, and free bike rentals for those looking to explore the town.
Casa Sedona Inn
Located a short drive away from Red Rock State Park, this beautiful inn offers guests everything they could want for a comfortable stay. You can look forward to a room that features either a balcony or a patio, as well as enjoying a delicious meal from the on-site restaurant. The inn also offers a concierge service.
The Tavern Hotel
Located in Cottonwood, Arizona, The Tavern Hotel offers guests lodging in the form of spacious, contemporary rooms. As the name implies, the hotel also features an on-site bar. For those looking to explore the area, the hotel property is also located about 5 miles from the ghost town of Jerome – the perfect destination for a memorable excursion!
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