BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn of Williams

Address: 2600 West Route 66, Williams, Arizona, 86046-0275, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 2600 West Route 66, Williams, is near Grand Canyon Railway, Downtown Williams Historic Walk, Williams Depot, and Elephant Rocks at Williams.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Inn of Williams

      Reviewed by jtrev

      Great Alternative to the Canyon

      Reviewed May 27, 2011
      by (3 reviews) Oregon , United States Flag of United States

      NICE place -- good food (for a hotel.) Knowledgeable, friendly and accommodating staff.

      It's about an hour from the Grand Canyon, but MUCH cheaper than the Park lodges or those right outside the park.

      We hired a guide through the hotel. They made a good recommendation. We would stay there again.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn of Williams

      Wasn't what we had hoped for

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      We just returned from a 10 day vacation to the Grand Canyon, Vegas and San Diego. We stayed at the Best Western Inn of Williams between seeing the Grand Canyon and heading onto Vegas. The hotel itself seemed nice from the outside and the "common areas" as you enter the hotel, but the rooms were disappointing. They were very outdated and the first room we were given had a terrible smell. The staff were very polite and offered us a new room right away when we complained about the smell. The beds were very very firm and uncomfortable. The complimentary breakfast left a lot to be desired. We didn't use the pool or the jacuzzi as they both looked as if they needed to be cleaned. The best thing about this hotel was that the staff was friendly and helpful. We did find a very good restaurant in town called "Pine Country"... I would recommend the restaurant... but I would not recommend this hotel.

      Great place to stay while visiting the Grand Canyon

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      My boyfriend and I stayed here May 22-23, 2005 while visiting the Grand Canyon. The hotel was very clean and comfortable and the staff was friendly and helpful. The hotel is just a few blocks from the main street of Williams and is tucked off the main road in a forested area that is very pretty. After driving through Williams, this Best Western appears to be the nicest hotel in the city. This hotel is very convenient for visiting the Grand Canyon as it is only a quick 60 miles away. There is a computer in the lobby that offers free internet access as well as a wireless connection. Unfortunately, the internet and wireless connections were down throughout our entire stay. Overall we had a pleasant stay and I recommend this hotel to others.

      The place to stay if you are in Williams

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      If you are planning to stay in Williams, Arizona the Best Western should be your first pick. Compared to others we looked at, it is by far the cleanest and well kept. If I am not mistaken, it is also the newest facility. You can not expect a five star hotel in this area, but for the price and quality of the accomadations you are not going to do better. We were pleased.

      Not what we were expecting

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      My wife & I stayed here the middle of August for just one night. When we arrived the forest service was conducting a controlled burn right behind the hotel. Ashes and smoke were covering the property (and soon our car). When we expressed our concern and disappointment, the front desk offered absolutely no help or compensation. In fact they said cancelling was quite a hassle since I booked this through their corporate website. We decided to stay anyway and spend as much time away from the hotel as possible.

      After we checked in, we were told the lounge and restaurant were closed -- period. We shrugged that off and headed to our room. When we opened the door to our "suite" we just laughed. Their version of a suite is a 3 foot wall dividing the bed from the sofa. One stationary TV for the whole "suite". And we paid extra for this room. False advertising at its best.

      The place was clean and we got a good night's sleep. That's about all we could hope for and all you should expect.

      Reasonable hotel

      from

      We stayed here with our two teenage daughters and the room was a bit cramped compared to other hotels we used.

      The advertised coffee shop did not exist. The laundromat was inadequate with only one washer and dryer - I spent a lot of time trying to find a slot to use them.

      The pool was good.

      We ordered a pizza from the ad the room carried but it did not arrive.

      We liked Williams - try to catch the Shoot Out at 7pm nightly.

      Very pleasant

      from

      Room satifactory, very clean & tidy. Stayed on the 2nd floor and no lift with loads of bags as we were touring! Looked out on to forest & car park. Walls a bit thin, heard the family across the hall (perhaps they were a bit noisy). Hotel looks and feels new. Complimentary breakfast was very nice but girl in charge didnt have the most endearing personality.

      Ok for the price.

      from

      We stayed at this motel 4/6 & 7 of 2004 while we visited the Grand Canyon. For the most part, this motel was fine: Comfy room and beds, clean and quiet. With all the baggage we had, a first floor room would have been wiser. Also, the pool and hot tub were being repaired so our two boys were a bit sad about that. The continental breakfast was about what you'd expect - cereal, danish, coffee, juice, fruit cup. The buffet, at $6.50 a plate, was adequate - scrambled eggs, toast, bacon, pancakes (?). The only problem with the dining room scene was that management chose to have only one person to buss tables and seat guests (and the dear girl was a bit slow, or overwhelmed). The next time we go to the Grand Canyon, we'll stay either closer to or in the park. It is about an hour drive to the park from Williams. (Williams is a nice town with good places to eat and interesting shops.)

      Clean, Comfortable, Best of Best Westerns

      from

      The hotel was clean and comfortable. Our room was by the stairs so a noise from late arrivals could be heard. Other than that, a great experience considering the price. Not a resort hotel by any means but the best one could expect given the price. Completely satisfied.

      Pleasant surprise

      from

      We booked motels ahead for our first trip to AZ. I pictured the Best Western in Williams as being in the desert, but it is located in a lovely green area, so handy to the Grand Canyon. The motel was clean and very inviting. The only negative was our room was on the second floor, and there was no elevator, so we had to lug our bags up the steps. However, that was minor, and another time we will ask for a room on the first floor. Highly recommended!

      Enjoying the Grand Canyon.

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      We had the most enjoyable stay for our visit to the Grand Canyon. We have been to Williams before, but had never stayed at the Best Western Inn. Our group included my husband and myself, our two grown (20's) children and my dad (82). They were so accomodating (dad moves slow and carries oxygen tanks) and helpful. They rooms were the best we had stayed in all year. (I am comparing this to the hotels we stayed in Monterey, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Barbara - we managed a lot of traveling.) Clean, comfortable and plenty of room for all. You also will enjoy your stay and fall in love with Williams, AZ.

      TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn of Williams

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Williams

      Heading to the Grand Canyon

      A travel blog entry by binnaburra on Oct 14, 2014

      5 photos

      After breakfast this morning we began the drive east towards the Grand Canyon, we rejoined Route 66 again today as we travelled east towards the Grand Canyon. This is a truly powerful and inspiring landscape the Grand Canyon has overwhelmed our senses through its immense size and unique combinations of geologic colour and erosion. The canyon is 277 …

      Overnight Grand Canyon, to Wiliams, and Two Forks

      A travel blog entry by reevefamily on Oct 01, 2014

      1 photo

      ... cooler bottle beside him. A very cool and funny fundraising idea. We did it twice ! Bearizona is close to the town of Williams, a Route 66 town that is very much in to celebrating its history. There are many stores here selling 66 goods, plus lots of great neon signs and a great R66 diner all kitted out how it would have been way back then. We had dinner here - Neville had a steak, baked potatoes and coleslaw, I tried the ribs (huge) with corn and coleslaw and ...

      Williams Part Deux

      A travel blog entry by nista on Jun 23, 2014

      9 photos

      ... Jacob," I only like the cool stuff ". Of course I want a pocket knife with your restaurants name on it, I need those candy cigarettes for my kids (what parent doesn't), I only have one switchblade comb, I could use a few more.

      On Route 66 there are no restaurants: there are gift shops and there are gift shops ...

      From Winslow, AZ to Williams, AZ

      A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Mar 27, 2014

      3 comments, 48 photos

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      The next day we went to the visitor center where the kids got their badges for Jr. Rangers and we took a bus in the other direction to see more views of the canyon, before we had to get back to the train. All in all, they really had a wonderful experience with us and could hardly wait to tell their parents all about what they had seen.

      But what we didn't expect was to be on the train coming back and to be accosted by bank ...

      Rest Stop

      A travel blog entry by sandi.beach on Oct 03, 2013

      5 comments

      ... spanned over 2,300 miles from Chicago, Illinois to Long Beach, California. Route 66 had great stretches of scenic open road that connected the small towns along the way. In those days of a more relaxed pace to life, the two main streets of Williams became east bound & west bound Route 66.”

      Thurs, Oct 3

      VERY windy today at the campground, with gusts that rocked the MH. So glad I was not driving today. Took the day off – ate ...