Kings House Inn

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

1560 East Route 66, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001, United States
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
21%
28
Very Good
23%
31
Average
26%
34
Poor
14%
19
Terrible
13%
18

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Good For Families
  • Families49
  • Couples42
  • Solo46
  • Business44

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Waiters and waitresses double as the entertainmentWaiters and waitresses double as the entertainment

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Forum Posts

Moving from Washington to Flagstaff

by dkannenberg

We are moving next month from Washington to Flagstaff. I am very excited and am hoping it will be a positive move for us. We are a family of 5. 3 kids going with - 20, 14 and 7. Any information will be helpful. My Father in Law and other in law family lives there but I want the skinny from someone who isn't related (grin).

D.

RE: Moving from Washington to Flagstaff

by bocmaxima

Flagstaff is a cool town, but it's very difficult to find a job and those jobs that are there are underpaid because of the large, educated labor pool.
Housing (and especially land) is also overpriced. Many people live in the "suburbs" like Bellemont and Kachina/Mountainair which are 10-20 miles out of town.
Lots of nightlife and a very laid-back, liberal atmosphere. It's also an extremely conservation-minded town, which is one reason why the land costs are so high.
Coming from Washington, the winters and snow shouldn't be an issue for you, and you'll very much like the summers (no humidity, rarely above 80).
Excellent restaurants (collectively some of the best pizza I've had), but supermarkets are few and far between. Other shopping can also be problematic (one Target, Wal-Mart is outside of town).
Oh, and if train noise bothers you, don't get near the railroad. They run about every half hour and all day and night.

hth

Travel Tips for Flagstaff

Hidden Beauty Gallery offers...

by Walter_Spald

Hidden Beauty Gallery offers an eclectic accumulation of international, museum quality fine art, antiques and elegant accessories. Inventory includes paintings, prints, furniture, Native American and Oriental art and crafts, rugs and religious art and artifacts.

Grand FAlls

by BruceDunning

This sounded like a great drive to go and see the falls on the Navajo reservation. Well, that idea changed after driving down the road on the reservation that was sheer madness-ripple-ripple- for the washboard road. It would have been nearly 10 miles of this, and I had enough after one mile. To get here, I drove 15 miles east on I-40, then took Leupp Rd north 2 1/2 miles, then drove another 20 miles to end up at the turn off for the gravel washboard road. It was a long drive for naught. If you have a 4x4 you may enjoy it a bit more.
The falls do not run freely until spring going into summer usually, but thought I would look and see for myself. The attached my entice you to make the drive

Queen for the day ;o)

by Grazina

Flagstaff is just a lovely place to relax and enjoy nature. It's nestled among ponderosa pines at the base of Arizona's highest mountain, the San Francisco Peaks. So during the summer it remain very cool while all around her in distance cities such as Phoenix, Page, Gallup, Tucson, and Yuma where tempertures are in the 100s.

Flagstaff is surrounded by the San Franciso Peaks volcanic field, which contains more than 400 cender cones. One of them, Sunset Crater, erupted more than 900 years ago and is today preserved as a national mounment.

Church of the Nativity

by Yaqui

When wondering around, this beautiful grey stone Catholic Church caught my eye. I could tell immediately that it was very historical due to its Gothic architecture. The original church was built in 1888 on Beaver and Ellery Street with much of the brick lying was done by Father Carlo M. Ferrari. The first service was held Christmas Eve in 1888 and hence came the name, “Church of the Nativity.” Yet, as the town grew, so was the need for a larger church. So around 1911 the structure was moved to another temporary site and then to its present day site and was completed in 1930.

Tours are very welcome and still hold regular masses.

Corner of Cherry Avenue & Beaver Street

Exit onto from Route 66

Great Sushi...In Arizona!!

by keeneye about Monsoon's Sushi Bar

Monsoon's on the Rim is a wonderful place for creative sushi with an American/Asian flavor. Try the Joy Roll, or the Seared Albacore. Monsoon's is located in the heart of downtown Flagstaff at Heritage Square.
Ask for Stephen, tell him KeenEye sent you! Joy Roll!!

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 Kings House Inn

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Address: 1560 East Route 66, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001, United States