Econo Lodge Flagstaff University

Address: 914 S. Milton Rd., Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 914 S. Milton Rd., Flagstaff, is near Riordan Mansion State Historic Park, Flagstaff Visitor Center, San Francisco Peaks, and Northern Arizona University.
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          • Swimming pool


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Breakfast Available
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Microwave in room
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Laundry facilities (self serve)
          • Business Services

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          Travel Blogs from Flagstaff

          Heading south to Flagstaff

          A travel blog entry by naomim-j on Aug 17, 2015

          1 photo

          And so it was farewell Grand Canyon. We wished it had been longer as we drove through its beautiful bordering sub-Alpine meadows back to Route 89a. The landscape changed quickly as we left the bounds of the park and Route 89a became 89. Here we entered the realms of the Kaibab Plateau, vast expanses of flatness boardered by the seemingly endless and terribly majestic Vermillion Cliffs. These strikingly red features are particularly interesting because they are made ...

          Grandison Family Adventure - Day 1

          A travel blog entry by jamiegrand on Jun 13, 2015

          8 photos

          By God's grace we left California better and stronger than when we arrived a year ago. Our road trip across country began in Tehachapi, CA where we spent a few days with Mom and Papa. First stop was the Grand Canyon. After a few stops and seven hours, we arrived and it was completely ...

          Havasupai Reservation

          A travel blog entry by fchen on Dec 21, 2014

          3 comments, 12 photos

          ... about one mile of walking along the canyon floor, we could not see the rim where we started anymore.
          As we walked, we saw remnants of the old mining days in the Grand Canyon. We also passed by mule caravans, and saw a helicopter pass over us every 5 minutes. When we finally reached an intersection, we saw a sign indicating that the Havasupai village was close. around 5 minutes after that, we saw a creek with extremely clear water. There was only ...

          I thought Chicago was the windy city?

          A travel blog entry by ianjordan on Jun 16, 2014

          3 photos

          ... a bunch of souvenir shops, it was kind of tacky, but sort of cool too.

          We braved that bloody wind again and got to Flagstaff, to find the third thing that stood out...
          The Motel was pretty damn shitful. Cruddy, generally squallid and worst of all for Sam.. .no wifi.

          We spent a lot of time at Maccas, and a cool bookshop at the university, called Bookmans, that was pretty cool.

          One other thing, theres a lot of hippies in Flagstaff.

          Shady Lady

          A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on May 08, 2014

          92 photos

          ... but little to focus on, until we joined the old route 66 which instantly became full of interest. Outside every house, diner, garage or shop was an old car advertising something. A feast for the eyes, and all done with a spot of humour, there was much to see and much to smile at.

          In need of a banana and a pee, we stopped at a place which had a few life sized plastic dinosaurs outside it, as well as a large number of old cars in various states of disrepair.
          Calling itself ...