Western Hills Motel
1580 E Historic Route 66, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001-4821 USA
“can you handle all this kitsch?”
Flagstaff’s Western Hills Motel just one mile East of Downtown. Located on Historic Route 66, nestled among cool Ponderosa pines. Relax and enjoy the fresh mountain air, visit with family and friends or have a warm weather BBQ. There is an award winning Greek restaurant right on the property serving lunch and dinner every day (Except Monday) and we are only one and one half miles from Northern Arizona University and the World famous Lowell Observatory. At Western Hills Motel we want to make your Route 66 experience special. You can enjoy free hi-speed wireless throughout the property, Cable TV in the rooms and free coffee every morning in our main lobby.
Very, very bad attention to the very expensive hotel amenities price does not include breakfast, dirty air conditioning, the door does not work well, definitely leaves much to be desired from the Motel.
Muy pero muy mala atencion el precio muy caro para las comodidades del hotel, no incluye desayuno, el aire acondicionado sucio, la puerta no funciona bien, definitivamente deja mucho que desear del Motel.
This is a very nice and comfortable motel. The desk clerk was very friendly and added some comedy to our night. It has been open for seventy years and has a lot of character. Although it is old it is still very clean and well kept. The Mexican restaurant was very good too. The margarita was large and the bartender was also friendly even though it was late when we came in. I highly recommend this motel for a simple stay on Route 66.
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