We stayed here two nights while exploring the area around Sedona. We picked it for one reason, because it had an indoor pool/whirlpool. We found when travelling in March that the locals somehow believe it is too cold to use outdoor pools, so on our trip, we found most pools closed.
Regarding hotel for the value, Flagstaff (or Williams) is the place to stay on your way to Grand Canyon. We phoned a number of hotels in both Sedona and the Grand Canyon area, and their costs are almost double those of Flagstaff and Williams.
We found this Days Inn to be satisfactory.
Pros: the pool/whirlpool was real nice - open till 11pm so we could enjoy it after the kids went to sleep, breakfast was good, beds are all queens or kings, they had laundry machines where we met fellow travellers and traded stories. Also there were around three restaurants within walking distance to eat dinner at.
Cons: it was a little noisy - you could hear the commotion from other rooms and water running in pipes, and it seems about 4 miles (feels like a long way) from downtown Flagstaff.
Directions: One thing that is confusing there are 3 Days Inns in Flagstaff & they all sort of sound the same. Ours was the only one with an indoor pool. VT calls it Days Inn Flagstaff, but VT shows two Days Inn Flagstaffs. Ours is actually 'Days Inn East - Flagstaff'
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Address: 3601 Eats Lockett Road, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86004, United States