Embassy Suites Flagstaff

Address: 706 South Milton Road, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001, United States | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 706 South Milton Road, Flagstaff, is near Riordan Mansion State Historic Park, Flagstaff Visitor Center, Northern Arizona University, and San Francisco Peaks.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Embassy Suites Flagstaff

    Great Hotel - 8/11-8/13/04

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    My husband and I really enjoyed staying at this Embassy Suites. We had a suite on the 3rd floor which was clean and in excellent condition. The hotel staff was very friendly and accomodating. The made to order breakfast and evening reception are a great benefit. The cook and bartender were both extremely friendly and knowledgable of the area. We ate one night at Oregano's which is an Italian restaurant within walking distance. The food was reasonable and very good. The Hotel is also located close to Route 40 which was very convenient. During our visit, we visited Meteor Crater, the Petrified Forest, and Lowell Observatory. They were all facinating and well worth the time. I would definitely recommend this hotel.

    Great Staff!!

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    We just spent 5 nights at the this Embassy Suites. The staff here is A+. The bartender at the evening manager's reception was especially friendly as was the cook at the morning breakfast. The location is great for exploring Sedona, Grand Canyon, Painted Desert etc.

    EMBASSY SUITES TOO LOUD

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    I felt this hotel was nice, but I was really disappointed with the noise. One night, there was constant running through the hotel halls. I was on the first floor and could hear all of this. I would fall a sleep only to be woke up by running and it sounded as if the whole floor was coming down. Poor construction? I don't know what the deal was, but I was not happy not being able to enjoy a good nights rest at $159 a night. The other thing that bothered me is I was in a nonsmoking room, however the room smelled like smoke. The hotel was also going through some type of remodling project which left a mess in the parking lot. Flagstaff temps are too cold for a lot of swimming. This hotel offered an outdoor pool, but seemed to forget a heater for it. The better plan would have been to skip the pool and make the hot tub larger. Last but not least, I felt the rooms were a little on the dark side. I would not have been so frustrated with this property if it weren't for the running and noise.

    Great Location & Hotel

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    My husband and I just spent 9 days at the Embassy Suites and have no complaints! The location was perfect for everything we wanted to do and see. It's close to Sedona, the Grand Canyon and other attractions. And it's under 3 hours to Laughlin if you want to do some gambling. But the best is the "made to order" breakfast EVERY morning! We ate like kings every day. The staff was also very helpful with questions that we had. I highly recommend this hotel.

    Quiet. Great Breakfast

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    We stayed here for a week in May 2004. The hotel is located close to Northern AZ University and away from the railroad tracks so we didn't have the train noise that we saw in other hotel reviews. The room sizes were adequate though not spacious but very clean and comfortable, including the sofa bed. All of the staff were both helpful and friendly and the front desk clerk had preprinted directions to just about anywhere you'd want to go. The kitchen manager, Rob, whom I nicknamed the Eggzuberant Omeletteer, makes a great breakfast and he's both friendly and entertaining to watch while he works. If I have the occasion to go back to Flagstaff, I'll try to get a room there first.

    Great Breakfast

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    If you're looking for a spot with a good made to order breakfast, quite, very clean, great location, laundry machines, pool and friendly staff you've found it. We stayed here after a long day at the Grand Canyon I wish we had stayed more than 1 night. Flagstaff looks like fun.

    Very good

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    Nice hotel, especially for Flagstaff, which is not noted as an exotic location.

    Good sound insulation; Quiet inside, even though located on heavily traveled Old Route 66 Clean, well kept 2 room suite; Friendly staff; Cooked-to-order breakfast was included, which easily saved us $25-$30/night (Traveling with 2 adults & 2 always hungry kids).

    Family of 3 enjoyed their stay !

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    Simple, clean, & accomodating ! We stayed two nights w/our 4 yr. old son and enjoyed the newly renovated hotel. The only negative thing I can think of was that the coffee both in the room and downstairs was REALLY lowsy ! Complimentary cocktails and breakfast cooked-to-order each day were very convenient. Beautiful Barnes & Noble w/Starbucks (thank goodness !) across the street. Enjoy !

    Enjoyed this Embassy Suites Hotel!

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    Our family of four recently(August 2003) stayed in the Flagstaff Embassy Suites. We loved the location and would definitely stay at the hotel again if we were to visit in the future. The cook-to-order breakfast every morning was terrific and was included in the cost of the room. For a family it was especially economical. The staff was courteous and helpful. The chef at breakfast was especially friendly and accommodating.

    No Complaints

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    Pretty standard Embassy Suites operation in a nice location. Smaller Embassy Suite than most, 3 story. People were very friendly, breakfast was good. Smaller dining area than usual, but smaller crowd. Barnes & Noble across the street, NAU a short walk.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Embassy Suites Flagstaff

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Flagstaff

    Hiltons and Marriotts please!

    A travel blog entry by sasntwins on Jun 14, 2014

    4 comments, 3 photos

    I never thought it could be so comfortable, interesting yes, but actually cozy to stay in a concrete wigwam! It's not for the claustrophobic or Ritz dwellers, but it sure made for fun memories. Once we checked in and the keys to our 2 "rooms" were handed to the kids, a unique thing happened....our 3 teens went running off into the parking lot, …

    A Father's Day to remember!

    A travel blog entry by sasntwins on Jun 15, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    Embassy Suites is known for their great cook-to-order bkfst and this one did not disappoint. We slept in and then sat down to eat around 10a enjoying omelets and fresh fruit and loaded oatmeal. After feeling fueled, we set out for the east entrance of the Grand Canyon taking hwy. 89 in hopes of avoiding the weekend summer crowds at the main south …

    Route 66

    A travel blog entry by jamieking on Sep 04, 2014

    12 photos

    ... up and had a wonder around the place, went into there fake mine attraction which wasnt up to much and noticed one of those places to get old wild west photos done, well you know what like me and matty are for doing stupid things like that we couldnt resist. I was to be an Indian and Matty a Cowboy, alot of people think hes a bit of a Cowboy anyway so he fit the bill for this perfectly. Was pretty surprised the inbred woman managed to operate the camera. Outside matty ...

    Petrified

    A travel blog entry by soppe on Jul 04, 2014

    4 comments, 24 photos

    ... my full trunk and back seat. The family returned to say there were none open, but Pep Boys was about a mile away. Found the number online, called, and found they were open! Got there. 90 minutes and $20 later, we were back on the road.

    Lessons learned:
    1. No fast food. A spare tire around the belly cannot be transferred to the car.
    1.a McDonalds breakfast burritos are still allowed, ...

    Day 17: Chinle, Arizona - Flagstaff, Arizona

    A travel blog entry by andrewandtree on Nov 17, 2013

    9 photos

    ... north to Monument Valley. Before arriving at the valley we crossed the southern border of Utah for a short while. We paid the $5 each to enter and commenced our 17 mile loop of the offroad track around the valley. I won't be able to do Monument Valley justice with words, so hopefully we are able to upload some of the photos / videos we took.

    Afterwards we hit the road once more and made our way all the way south to Flagstaff and the I40. Tomorrow is Grand Canyon day!
    ...