Fairfield Inn Flagstaff

Address: 2005 South Milton Road, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2005 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 Fairfield Inn Flagstaff

    An excellent hotel


    We had an excellent experience at the Fairfield Inn on Milton Road. It actually seemed more like a Residence Inn than a Fairfield. They use duvets and really nice pillows instead of cheap poly-fill pillows. The breakfast was good but a bit crowded - (parents, please don't let your small children dart in-out and around the adults standing patiently in the breakfast line-space in the little room is at a premium- thank you)

    We recieved an email confirming our stay from this hotel a few days before we arrived which had the local weather forecast and some restaurant info- and local "special events"that were scheduled- this was really a nice touch.

    They have wireless internet- several restaurants and a Target are nearby. The only negative was there was no on-site washing machine/dryer (we had really dusty clothes from hiking in the desert)...This hotel is excellent and we will stay here in the future.

    Fiarfield is fine


    Changed hotels because of a problem the night before at another local motel. We booked a nice room at the Fairfield for $60.80 per night, the room was on the small side but clean and well appointed. For the price, a good value.

    Great location and price


    Stayed at the Fairfield Inn while vacationing in Arizona. Great central location to Sedona as well as the Grand Canyon. Rooms were clean, breakfast was good and included waffles, staff was nice. Would stay there again.

    Conveniet in every way


    We arrived late wirthout reservation, but chek-in was made very rapidly from freindly staff. The room, although not to large, smellt very fresh and pleasant, also it was very clean. we found a large fridge and a microwave in the room, without asking for it (standard?) what we appreciated very much, although in room dining for two peoble with only one chair per room is not comfortable. Than there was free bottled water and free nachos on the table, which we appreciated also very much (maybe because of my marriott rewards membership?). If you arrive after a long day of travelling, this first little something gives you an instant relief. We realy had a good rest, the hotel is very quiet (no trains...) though located in the middle of an area with plenty of restaurants and shops, so that I consider this part of Flagstaff the best one for tourists. Breakfast was the usual Fairfield-Inn variety, so that we one more time departed very happily the other day knowing that we realy got extra good value for what we paid for. It's a great pity that we don't have these kind of simple, comfortable and inexepensive but nevertheless clean and reliable hotels over here in europe

    Nice hotel


    We recently spent a couple of nights at the Fairfield Marriott hotel in Flagstaff. I must say I was a little nervous based on the overall reviews about Flagstaff and some of its hotels. But this Fairfield was a pleasant surprise. The facilities were under renovation (the 3rd floor) but the hotel had a very professional, sharp look. The elevator was only accessible to guests with keys, which I found to be an excellent safety measure. The breakfast was fine, although the typical sugar-fest (cereals, fruits, muffins, etc.). The room was quiet, clean and with modern furniturne. Not much of a vew, but who cares. We were there to go to Grand Canyon and Meteor Crater -- the real attractions around that area.

    The only glitch I can think of was the room keys, which kept on getting de-activiated. I had to get replacements twice. But the staff was very responsive and polite about it. I recommend this hotel.

    Not the greatest in Flagstaff.


    Very clean but small room. It appears that all rooms had disability access to bathrooms and an elevator available for upstairs rooms. Had several mixups with room reservations, that was very aggrivating! Also, gave us room keys that didn't work. Over all, it was a fairly nice place, but I probably won't go back.

    Excellent hotel


    Excellent hotel, clean comfortable rooms. It was a bit busy at breakfast but this shows it was popular

    Nice area, not good sleep


    I stayed at this hotel and was happy with the location, especially since you can't hear the train from here. But don't plan on sleeping much when they are busy. I was on the top floor and had to use the stairwell every time since they only have 1 slow elevator. Kids were running down the hall all morning. The heater was a little loud when it kicks in. Room was nice and clean but I wouldn't stay there again unless I was the only one there. Room was nice for a two star priceline hotel around 35 bucks total a night.

    Clean, comfortable, friendly staff


    Very nice, clean, comfortable, friendly staff, Don't expect the Marriot Suites these are v.v.v. basic rooms. No hair dryer or coffee machines in the room. Choose the third floor for a more quiet stay. The continental b-fast was great! Convenient to everything.

    Terrible choice


    One of the worst experiences. Hotel ran out of ice from both machines.

    Ran out of breakfast items both mornings. Mattress was the thinest I have ever seen. The room was quite small and there were only two of us and we kept bumping into each other. It was so bad that the next day we toured other hotels in the area and looked at their rooms for our next trip.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Fairfield Inn Flagstaff

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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