Howard Johnson Inn Flagstaff

Address: 3300 E Route 66, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86004-4031, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 3300 E Route 66, Flagstaff, is near Lava River Cave, Coconino National Forest, The Arboretum, and Flagstaff Nordic Center.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

          TripAdvisor Reviews Howard Johnson Inn Flagstaff

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          Travel Blogs from Flagstaff

          The Real Thunder Mountain

          A travel blog entry by tom1100 on Aug 12, 2015

          16 photos

          ... to get our ride in before it got too hot or the threatening rain started. We chose the Coyote Canyon Tour. We boarded the Pink Jeep for our private tour and headed down the road. Soon we were on dirt. The jeep's pink color was chosen because the couple that originally owned the company honeymooned at the Royal Hawaiian. We learned of all the westerns filmed in Sedona and that it was a favorite vacation spot of movie stars. We passed the largest mountain in the valley. ...

          Glen Canyon Dam, Lake Powell & the Colorado River

          A travel blog entry by david_rana on May 24, 2015

          11 photos

          ... Lookout in Oz) where the Colorado River does an 180 degree turn around a giant rocky outcrop, were incredible. We lunched beside the Navaho Bridge which spans the Colorado below the dam. Further south, we detoured to see ruins of dwellings and citadels from 12th century natives and distant views of the Painted Desert. The change of sand colour from red to black in this ...

          Fossils, Red Rocks, Breweries and Trains

          A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Feb 04, 2015

          2 comments, 23 photos

          ... in their own right. The fossilised trees which had been buried for millions of years and then revealed by land errosion looked like wood but were solid stone. Amazing.

          Our two nights in Flagstaff allowed us to enjoy the town with its many micro - breweries and attractive down town area as well as take a trip to Sedona through Oak Creek Canyon. The bonus was the railway running right through the middle of town with four or five ...

          Havasupai Reservation

          A travel blog entry by fchen on Dec 21, 2014

          3 comments, 12 photos

          ... had to shimmy through a hole so that we could reach the end of the side canyon. We were able to make it all the way to the top of a slope at the end of Ash canyon where we all sat on a ledge. When we were going out of Ash canyon, Alex fell into a small pool of water. This forced us to stop a little later at a sunny spot so his stuff could dry out.
          After he was dry, we had to cross a river. We hopped on stones so that we could go across the river ...

          Hiltons and Marriotts please!

          A travel blog entry by sasntwins on Jun 14, 2014

          4 comments, 3 photos

          ... sound which is way more rare than it used to be. Sometimes it's over a Nathan attack, or a mini stroke mumble, or a slight alphabetical blunder naming Journey as a band that starts with "G". It all sounds so good tho, even when the laugh is directed at me!!

          Our morning in Holbrook was our only one without breakfast included so we had planned ahead and bought cinnamon rolls at The Frontier in ABQ upon the guidebook recommendation. ...