Knights Inn Flagstaff

Address: 224 S. Mikes Pike, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 224 S. Mikes Pike, Flagstaff, is near Historic Downtown and Railroad District, Flagstaff Visitor Center, Northern Arizona University, and The WineLoft.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsKnights Inn Flagstaff

      Reviewed by retired_robert

      Good value maybe not so great for single females.

      Reviewed Oct 30, 2014
      by (14 reviews) Edinburgh , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      The location looked good as it's quite near the centre of the old town. The price looked good. The reviews on tripadvisor were very varied. We got 4 rooms. all were clean and well furnished. The bathrooms were clean but are not very new. In one room the shower did not work. However once reported it was fixed for the second night. The breakfast was basic, Orange Juice, coffee, and toast but better than nothing. The petrol station over the road has a well stocked shop open to midnight. WiFi worked so good value for money even at $50 per night. I could understand single females not feeling too comfortable here after dark. I heard no trouble and saw no naughties but had one guy try to bum a cigarette off me. We stayed 2 nights and I would go back.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Knights Inn Flagstaff

      2.00 of 5 stars Fair

      Travel Blogs from Flagstaff

      Tailwagging a Suburban on Route 66

      A travel blog entry by retired_robert on Oct 30, 2014

      32 photos

      The first thing we noticed was the thin frost on the car then it was breakfast and off into Flagstaff in search of interesting shops. Can't say we found any. The Pearce Surplus store had no surplus and was full of modern camping and outdoor gear. Then it was on to the information centre in Flagstaff station. Flagstaff gets 2 passenger trains a day …

      Up into the Mountains and on to Flagstaff

      A travel blog entry by retired_robert on Oct 29, 2014

      50 photos

      We spent the early part of the morning wandering round Wickenburg which is a rather nice little town started after a gold find in 1863 and incorporated as a town in 1909. JR was delighted to find a good looking ice cream palour but distraught to find it did not open until 11:00, so we amused ourselves visiting the local gunshop and taking photos. …

      Shady Lady

      A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on May 08, 2014

      92 photos

      ... done up correctly, he had obviously met some really stupid tourists before and felt we needed very simple instructions indeed. No, REALLY simple.
      But the good thing he gave us was a map of the town.
      A town which started in about 1930 which in its boom years had over 3000 inhabitants, was now down to about 250. Silver mining had brought people into the town, but the last mines have now closed and the town has a derelict feel.

      Our instructions told us to follow the ...

      Time flies. . .

      A travel blog entry by jhcross on Sep 22, 2013

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... or tonight but I've got to get it from my camera to my ipad first. I've really slowed down on the pictures anyway. It's just better to etch the images on my interior camera, I guess. Right now we are in the Lake Powell Resort in Glen Canyon National Park. Who knew? Houseboats are very big here. I think this is where they come to die. I've never seen so many! Sort of like Alaska and RVers. This is where you bring your houseboat! Why hasn't Robin Williams done a Houseboat ...

      Worst hotel experience ever

      A travel blog entry by findingthehero on Aug 08, 2013

      ... 66. The owner, James Craven, doesn't seem to care about his poor choices in his management or the quality of his hotel, as long as duped tourists keep forking over money based on a weak premise of the hotel having a haunted history.

      Bottom Line: save yourself the heartache and avoid The Hotel Monte Vista like the plague. You're much better off staying at a name-brand hotel and driving into the downtown area to enjoy the restaurants and ...