La Posada Hotel

Address: 303 E 2nd Street, Winslow, Arizona, 86047, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 303 E 2nd Street, Winslow, is near Standin' on the Corner Park, Rainbow Forest, Spider Rock, and Rock Art Canyon Ranch.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Posada Hotel Winslow

      Reviewed by jhcross

      Old railroad hotel but wonderful

      Reviewed Sep 19, 2013
      by (10 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      We didn't get hardly any time here to enjoy the amenities and get a feel for the place but we did sleep well and had an excellent breakfast. Lots of Hollywood history here, too. We stayed in the Alice Faye room.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews La Posada Hotel Winslow

      One of the world's best.

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      My business requires me to travel about two hundred days each year, so I have learned to have reasonable expectations when it comes to hotels.

      La Posada exceeded my expectations in every way. It is simply one of the best small hotels in the world. The staff was friendly and helpful, the Howard Hughes room was superb, and their restaurant was first-rate (don't miss the signature soup!). I'm already looking for an opportunity to return with my wife.

      Restore Yourself at the La Posada Hotel in Winslow, Arizona

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      The La Posada Hotel in Winslow, Arizona is truly a unique gem. It is a wonderfully restored large old hotel designed by Mary Jane Colter, considered the greatest of all Southwestern architects of her time in the early 1900s. Fred Harvey hired her as his personal architect and she also designed and built many of the buildings at the Grand Canyon, including the Hopi House.The current owners of the La Posada purchased it in 1997 and have been restoring it ever since. The hotel is breathtaking. It is an environment that is at the same time both calming and exciting. The main lobby areas, which go on extensively into many rooms, are all restored, along with a huge ballroom, another room for large parties, and the beautiful atrium with a restored garden in the center courtyard. One can spend many hours just sitting in various locations in the hotel, taking in the color and imagination, and feeling restored yourself.Going out the back, which in the old days of railroad travel, was the front of the hotel, you walk along walkways covered in curved arches, which take you to the train depot. The trains go by several times a day, and the Amtrak stops at least once a day and people still get on and off the train to stay at La Posada. What an interesting and different way to travel!An added feature of the hotel is the artwork of one of the owners, Tina Mion. She has huge, colorful paintings throughout the hotel of her series called "Ladies First", which shows many of the wives of the U. S. Presidents in imaginative and powerful depictions of little known life circumstances. They add so much to the intriguing nature of the hotel.Eating in the beautifully restored Turquoise Room in the hotel adds to the uniqueness of the whole experience. The Killer Roasted Vegetable Platter is a delight for anyone, vegetarian or not, and it features many foods that are native to the southwest and Native American culture. There are many dishes on the menu from old recipes from the golden years of railroad travel and dining. The waitresses dress in the old-fashioned black and white Harvey Girl costumes.The La Posada experience is unique and affordable. It is a national treasure!Rachel Whyte Phoenix, Arizona

      The Loveliest Hotel in Arizona

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      La Posada is an absolute heavently retreat from reality and the present. It's colorful and warm...it's decor is a feast to the eyes...it is a completely welcoming and inviting atmosphere. The service is friendly. We've been to the restaurant several times and each time were pleasantly surprised with the wonderful southwestern dishes we get to try. The martini bar feels like sitting in a plush lounge back in the '30s. If you're a train fanatic, grab a drink and walk out to the back (actually the front) of the hotel, sit on the little brick wall and watch the trains roll by. The rooms are quaint and I cannot say enough positive things about this wonderful haven that makes my husband and I travel 800 miles just to stay at La Posada. We work the rest of our vacation around that.

      A Wonderful Historic Old Hotel

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      What a wonderful, historic old hotel. Has the feel of Zorro's mansion.

      The restaurant is A-1. Very friendly staff. A lovely little gift shop.

      Fascinating Spanish decor. Conveniently located.

      This one is worth a trip detour

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      La Posada was stunning. It is the best value, most romantic, relaxing and exotic piece of paradise in Arizona.

      The Howard Hughes Room, complete with it's own open fireplace, hand-carved 4-poster bed and photo of Howard enjoying the room is beautiful.

      It is absolutely the best-value 'weekend escape' to rival any 5-star hotel. Food is excellent, staff are friendly and it doesn't matter that the doors shut after 11pm...sit in front of one of the many fireplaces - drink wine, play chess, talk with other travellers, admire the artwork or read a book. I dream of returning one day.... the owners have saved this masterpiece of heritage for everyone to enjoy. Well done.

      Great hotel, but be sure 2 tell them your political view @ res time

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      stayed here at the end of june and had a great time. arrived 7am on Amtrak & tho there was no available room for me, they rushed 1 the minute the first room checked out. in the meantime, they told me to enjoy the continental breakfast that was being put out for the guests.

      sat in the patio with the "local welcoming committe". 5 local business men who gave me the scoop on winslow--what a nice group they were. when my room was ready, had to tease the check-in clerk that they should have asked my political view as they put me in the "barry goldwater" room. all rooms are named after previous guests. since it was over 100 that day, i spent the day in & around the hotel; moving from patio to patio & public room to public room, even took an official tour of the hotel given by a local winslow resident. CANT WAIT TO GO BACK

      La Posada, Winslow, AZ

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      La Posada is listed on the the National Historic Register. It was a "railroad hotel," one that housed passengers before and after train trips. The train passes right by the front door but does not interfere with sleeping as the trains are moving slowly through town. The restaurant was very good. There is alot of ambiance. Other travelers were friendly and willing to share details of their trip. You should consider these things before staying there. There is limited access to the building after 11 pm (can't even access with you room key), their are NO elevators or bus persons to assist with luggage. The bed was very comfortable.

      LaPosada, a true resting place

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      Last week, we made reservations to stay at LaPosada Hotel in Winslow, AZ. This is the revitalization of a Santa Fe Railroad Hotel, built in the mid 1930's. Originally, it was a Harvey Hotel, using the original Harvey Girls as wait staff. The hotel was closed after W.W.II, and the railroad auctioned off the contents in Albuauerque, NM. Then the Santa Fe subdivided the business portion of the hotel into offices. Ultimately their division offices were moved and the building remained unused until 1997 when 2 UCLA grads researched the availability of national treasures and ultimately purchased the unit. They received grants from the federal government, some of which were supervised by the State of Arizona. Today, 30 hotel rooms and suites have been restored, the ball room, gift shop, reception, bar, dining room (named the Turquoise room after the upscale dining car on the Santa Fe's Super Chief.)and many areas for reading and relaxation are completed. There about 40 more rooms to complete, and a restoration of the gardens is now in progress. Our stay was enjoyable the entire time that we were there. Each hotel room has been rehabilitated with new bathroom fixtures, new top-of-the-line matresses and bedding. air conditioning and heat, many antiques and/or reproductions complete areas. Their chef offered an excellent menu, and the wait staff is courteous and knowledgeable. Train buffs will enjoy the more than 120 freight trains that roar by day and night. The hotel has its own station attached by a colonade and AmTrak stops when there are passengers waiting. We will return again, the hotel is an excellent place to use when exploring Route 66, the Homolovi and Wutpaki Anasazi villages are nearby.

      Spectacular!

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      La Posada is the most spectacular and unique hotel I have stayed in. The history of the structure is just a small part of its draw; the food is outstanding with service to match. Built to make you feel special, it does all of that. I highly recommend it as a stayover, but if you can't, at least enjoy a meal there. You'll be back!

      A beutiful gem that rivals any hotel I've seen!

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      One night a few years ago, I was exploring the old main street of Winslow Arizona when I encountered the La Posada hotel. Winslow, once a boom town had fallen on hard times. The La Posada was a beautifully designed and executed hotel created for the railway by Mary Colter in 1930. It was rescued by a group of artists and restored to it's original grandeur, quite literally, no other hotel of its type comes close to the attention to detail, history, architecture, or interiors. The owners have their art work on display, a nice warm fire in the winter and many many books to peruse. The rooms have been authentically returned to their original design of coarse mexican furniture combined with fine arts and crafts. The original Harvey House diner has been restored with fine dining choices. The gorunds are spacious and front a very active rail line. The buiding is old but well built the rooms large enough for two. Some of the rooms have balconies and fireplaces (ask about the Howard Hughes room). Certainly worth a visit and if possible a stay. The owners are very friendly and can offer immense details of the hotel, and railway history. five stars!

      12/02

      TripAdvisor Reviews La Posada Hotel Winslow

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Winslow

      La Posada

      A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego on Aug 03, 2014

      1 comment, 22 photos

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      Continuing east, we enjoyed the change of scenery; the low desert that turned into high desert; the sprinkling of Joshua trees, the volcanic rock (where the heck did that come from?), the sage brush, the juniper. The long low line of a train cutting it’s way across the desert. The clouds blanketing the mountains with their shadows. It was like seeing ...

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      A travel blog entry by jjkaine on May 31, 2014

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      We made it to Winslow, a sleepy, quiet little town on Route 66 famous for 2 things. One for being the subject of Take it easy by the Eagles where the town has erected a life size bronze statue and mural commemorating the song. The statue stands near a lamp post, the male figure holding a guitar and above his head, a sign displays the words "Standin' on the corner". There is ...

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      Standin' on a corner in Winslow Arizona...

      A travel blog entry by greg-and-karen on Nov 01, 2013

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      Driven today: 405 km
      Driven to date: 5429

      Our driving today took us from Albuquerque, NM to Winslow AZ. The scenery was incredible in New Mexico, but changed to desert grassland once we reached Arizona.

      Our stop today is Winslow. It is another town on Route 66 that was hard hit by the construction of the interstate. We stopped at the Chamber of Commerce to get some ...

      Montezuma Castle/Well/Walnut Canyon/ Homolovi SP

      A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on May 22, 2013

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      ... source of the water and that is something. Green, lush and beautiful. The Sinagua irrigated their crops with these waters and you can still see traces of their irrigation ditches, thickly coated with lime and the water still flowing downhill rapidly.

      It is amazing that they could build these ditches, it must have taken a long time. Driving out of the park there are some ruins of Hohokam pit houses that can be ...

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