Welcome to LodgingGuide.com's lodging listings for the Flagstaff area.
There are so many national monuments and natural wonders clustered in and around north central Arizona that you would need a
place to sleep overnight, just to have enough time to see more than one of them. Fortunately, there is Flagstaff, one of
the country's highest cities at 7,000 feet, set off by the flower (or snow)-covered San Francisco Peaks which rise abruptly
to almost twice that altitude. From one of its many first class inns, you can take day trips to the Grand Canyon, Oak Creek
Canyon, see the red rocks of Sedona, Meteor Crater, Sunset Crater National Monument, dense forests and barren deserts, and
visit several Native American reservations. In the evening, Flagstaff offers hundreds of food and entertainment
alternatives, and in winter months skiers and ice skaters have their pick of some of the best places in the country, either
around town, or in the mountains.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Flagstaff area by selecting one of the options shown below.
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|Lodging in the Flagstaff area with easy access to the Snowbowl Ski Area and Grand Canyon National Park.||Lodging options located near downtown Flagstaff, the Amtrak Train Station and Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG).|
|Lodging located northwest of Flagstaff, in Williams, are closest to the Grand Canyon, in a small historic mountain town often referred to as the Gateway to the Grand Canyon.||Lodging options located to the east of Flagstaff, in Holbrook, are closest to Petrified Forest National Park and the Apache Sitgreaves National Forest.|
|Lodging located south of Flagstaff at the mouth of Oak Creek Canyon, in the beautiful red rock country of Sedona, the second most visited area in the state next to the Grand Canyon.||Numerous lodging options located SE of the city center and near the Sedona Airport (SEZ).|
|Lodging in surrounding communities around the Flagstaff area such as Prescott, Tuba, Winslow and others.|
Area Facts: Flagstaff got its name in 1876 from a tall pine tree, which was made into a flag pole to celebrate the Declaration of Independence Centennial. The local area code for Flagstaff is 520.
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