Ramada Limited Sedona/Grand Canyon

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

2350 East Lucky Lane, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86004, United States
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Satisfaction Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 38% lower than similarly priced 2.5 star hotels

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  • Couples29
  • Solo60
  • Business28

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Forum Posts

Early Morning

by TravillionRex

I'll be coming to Flagstaff on an April Wednesday by train. The day I show up, I'll take a shuttle to Sedona and back. The train is scheduled to come in at 5am (will probably be more than an hour late) but the shuttle doesn't leave until 9am. So, are there breakfast joints open and near the Amtrak Station? Also, any suggestions for dinner? I'll be staying near the station and would like pretty budget eats.

Re: Early Morning

by Roadquill

Cafe Express is right across the highway from the train station. Great food and reasonable prices.

Re: Early Morning

by bocmaxima

Cafe Espress is about the best breakfast in Downtown Flag. It's on the other side of San Francisco, caddy-corner from the train station. Cafe Espress opens at 7am though, so I'm not sure what you would do for those 2 hours or so.
There's also Macy's Coffee just across the tracks from the station on Beaver Street. They open at 6, but are limited on the food. Biff's Bagels across from that may be open by then.

Re: Dinner

by flagstonian

Mountain Oasis International restaurant is only a block north of the train station on Aspen.
The food is priced faily and has a good selection for all tastes.
The decor is very comfortable.

Travel Tips for Flagstaff

If I had to choose one thing...

by dzni

If I had to choose one thing to see near Flagstaff, it would have to be Walnut Canyon. Truly remarkable, this is a canyon on whose walls were built dwellings by ancient Native Americans (perhaps the Zuni??). At any rate, walk down a lot of stairs (couple hundred or so) and you can walk around the canyon and see the dwellings up close. Don't forget that you have to walk back up! It could be quite a bit of a climb if you're not used to that sort of exertion!

General packing tips

by johannasofia

Dress in layers: always. The sun can be hot at daytime even in the winter. But as soon at it sets the tempretaure drops quickly. Sometimes it's almost like you can wear flipflops at day and moonboots at night ;-)
There is a good chance of getting snow in the winter, though it can melt fast because of the everyday sunshine. Be prepared for anything in Flagstaff; the weather can change pretty fast, too.
Flagstaff is surrounded with many beautiful areas to hike, so be sure to bring good hikingshoes and sunglasses and/or a hat.
There are a lot of great goodwill-stores, so you can always get more clothes if you need it. There is also some cool cowboywear available; check out the Corral West at Wallmart.

Coconino National Forest

by BruceDunning

This forested area is a National Forest Service park along Hwy 89A on the way to/from Sedona. It is a nice trip, even though the switchbacks can get tedious with slow traffic in front of you. The park starts about 5 miles south of Flagstaff and connects with other park systems at Sedona around 20 miles further. Along the way is Slide Rock State Park, and a number of camping sites and campgrounds, and cabins to stay in the forested area.
Oak Creek vista is the more outstanding for pictures of the pine trees, and canyon valley and switchbacks to take going down/up from there. The local Indians set up tables to sell wares at Oak Creek. YOu get a pass from the Ranger for $5, unless you have an annual or lifetime park pass. This then is also good for parks in the Sedona area, except at Red Rock Loop park it costs ANOTHER $8 to enter.

Flagstaff Arizona Historical Marker

by Yaqui

The marker reads” Named for a pine tree stripped of its branches by a party of immigrants and used as a flagpole for a patriotic celebration on July 4, 1875. Nearby Antelope or Old Town Spring provided water and lead to the establishment a railroad construction camp when the Atlantic & Pacific pushed west in 1882.”Arizona Development Board 1961

Located on the corner of Beaver St and Route 66 next to the Chamber of Commerce Buidling.

Be careful, lots of traffic on this corner!

You won't leave hungry

by Roadquill about Beaver Street Brewery

Burgers, steaks, ribs, roasted chicken, salads, and some stuff one would not expect, such as mussels in a thai sauce, pizza chips and hummus, all doled out in large portions. All at reasonable prices. We enjoyed it all.


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 Ramada Limited Sedona/Grand Canyon

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Address: 2350 East Lucky Lane, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86004, United States