Econo Lodge

Address: 302 East State Route 66, Williams, Arizona, 86046, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 302 East State Route 66, Williams, is near Grand Canyon Railway, Williams Depot, Downtown Williams Historic Walk, and Sycamore Canyon.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Lodge Williams

    Reviewed by bena.maryellen


    Reviewed Sep 22, 2013
    by (4 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Very small room, shower but no tub in small bathroom, but adequate. Further away from the Grand Canyon than we expected, but for those who are interested in being on historic route 66, it is right here in the middle of it. It was a little hard to find because there were no signs showing it was even here. There were signs for many of the other chain hotels but not this one.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Econo Lodge Williams

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    Travel Blogs from Williams

    Spectacular scenery the order of the day

    A travel blog entry by judencharlie on Oct 07, 2015

    15 photos

    ... Prescott, then turn North again up to Ash Fork, turning east back to Williams, 20 mins from Ash Fork. Having visited Sedona previously many years ago, we are all too familiar with the scenery. Outstanding. We had thought at the beginning of our trip, if we had time, we wanted to ride through this beautiful area. We have managed to time ourselves so that we have time and so we are going. As the magnificent red rocks come into view, my breath is taken away and ...

    Grand Canyon Railway & Fred Harvey Full Dome Car!

    A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Jan 05, 2015

    1 comment, 45 photos

    ... During the late 80’s investors came and went, promising restoration and then fleeing when financing couldn’t be found to re-start the route. It wasn’t until a retired crop duster and his wife decided to invest their life savings into restoring the rail service to the South Rim... With all their funds and then having to chase down 15 million dollars... they started ...

    When "Wow!" was all we could say!

    A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Oct 18, 2014

    7 comments, 11 photos

    ... was a little rundown, it was clean, comfortable, and it had a massive indoor pool which thrilled the kids. A wonderful day.

    Tomorrow, we are off to Sedona for two nights, and then we are heading to Scottsdale for five days. We are staying at Westin Kierlands Resort. The resort has a water park and a Flowrider which teaches people to surf. Can you imagine how excited EC and Jack are?

    We hope you are all well. ...

    Canyon lands

    A travel blog entry by josh-and-abbie on Aug 24, 2014

    1 comment, 211 photos

    ... by a park ranger who clearly thought us insane, we decided a 3 mile round trip down the Bright Angel Trail was the next best option. After the mile and a half trek down, dropping 1200 feet, we had a spot of lunch in the company of a bobcat, stealing the title of best view for lunch from Bryce. Whilst the trip down had been a nice stroll enjoing the stunning views, the trip up was a much more sweaty and short tempered affair. With our final afternoon in the Canyon, we took the shuttle ...

    Yabadabadoo means Thank You... Uh, does it?

    A travel blog entry by alicoad on Jul 11, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... Flinstones actually been real people, of course). So that was weird... and cool, I guess. We stopped at a gas station up the road for bathrooms and popsicles and then it was back on the bike. Breezer and I had class. She talked to me about a case study from school and I talked with her about photography and literature. She told me about her aspirations and dreams and I told her mine. We talked about our struggles and vulnerabilities and I loved every second of it. ...