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A modern hotel conveniently located on the intersection of Interstate 40 and Interstate 17 and a stone's throw from the Northern Arizona University. Other sites of interest in the vicinity are the Coconino Center for the Arts, Oak Creek Canyon, Arizona Snowbowl, Flagstaff Historic District, Museum of Northern Arizona, Lake Powell and Grand Canyon South Rim. There are plenty of local restaurants that deliver to the hotel. Start the day with a free, hot breakfast and enjoy free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, later on take a dip on the covered, heated pool or work out in the state of the art fitness...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Pool and wellness facilitiesIndoor pool
Good stay in Flagstaff, room for improvement
Reviewed 31 july, 2021
We stayed at two different hotels during our trip out west, the Springhill being the second of our hotels. The room was very spacious and the beds were comfortable. The layout of the room looks impressive, but is a little less practical than I would like. There is a very large closet for storing your luggage and hanging clothes. However you have to go through the bathroom to get to it. So if someone else is using the bathroom you are out of luck. Also, the bathroom door is a cool looking sliding door with frosted glass, but faces the beds unfortunately. So if some uses the bathroom in the middle of the night then it casts light upon anyone trying to sleep. Not very sound proof either. There are some nice features if the room including a Keurig coffee maker, a trundle bed under the sofa, refrigerator, microwave, etc. Breakfast was ok. There were a lot of choices, including oatmeal, fruit yogurt, make your own waffles, scrambled eggs, sausage, etc. My daughter tried the sausage and said they were awful. The eggs did not look appealing. The pre-packaged pancakes and French toast also did not look very appetizing. I found the orange juice didn’t taste quite right and the muffins were disappointing. If you choose carefully you can get a decent breakfast (the bagels were fine). But hands down we preferred the breakfast at the Holiday Inn that we stayed at on this trip.
Great stay a bit expensive
Reviewed 1 july, 2021
We spent the night at this hotel. We are Marriot members and like the location of this place. The hotel is well run and very clean. Nice suite style rooms and the king bed was really comfortable. Very friendly staff and good parking. They do have a parking fee which is ridiculous in my book, especially after paying over $200 for the room. But it is Flagstaff. Free breakfast and they do a good job at that. Would recommend staying at this establishment.
Great Stay in Flag
Reviewed 20 june, 2021
rooms and lobby but the building is still on the older end. The hotel is close to NAU and downtown Flagstaff and is a good location if you’re planning to do day trips to Sedona, Grand Canyon; Snow Bowl, and more. I stayed here twice - one during the peak of COVID and one a year later June 2021. Rooms were clean and had disinfectant wipes. Bathroom and closet were all inside the same area with a sliding door. Trundle bed is in all rooms, just like in your typical SpringHill suite rooms. What was nice is that breakfast is now back and running - good variety of options that included sausage, scrambled eggs, waffles, cereal, yogurt, oatmeal, and more. No more brown bagged grab and go breakfasts. Least favorite part about this hotel - the person that stayed with me and booked the room is a Titanium member and our welcome gift was a plastic 16oz water bottle from Basha’s wrapped in like a party favor bag. I thought that was interesting... oh and parking still was not waived. Everyone had to pay $6, regardless of your elite status. Overall, this hotel is a good go to hotel for Flagstaff. Wouldn’t mind staying here again.
Reviewed 19 june, 2021
Hotel was exactly what you expect from a SpringHill suites. Staff were very friendly. Room was very spacious and comfortable. Pool was good. Hot breakfast was very good. Lobby was large and accommodating. Located right next to NAU campus, but was quiet and nice. Be aware of a $6/day parking fee that we didn't know about until we checked out.
Reviewed 26 may, 2021
We have stayed at this property 5-6 times in the past but sadly we won’t ever stay here again. We had not traveled at all during the pandemic. This was our first trip in 14 months. We booked 5 nights and we were excited to get away and see some nature. The hotel fell short so we left after just 2 nights. When we walked into our room it didn’t smell very good. It was dirty! We went to Walmart and bought cleaning supplies and I cleaned our room. I found hair in the shower, the sink, the bath towels and even in our bed. Disgusting. The room itself was dated and worn. We never got clean towels or our trash emptied even though we called down to the front desk to request both services numerous times. We finally walked down the hall and found a housekeeper who so boldly informed us she was not responsible for our room so she could not give us clean towels. She handed my husband a trash bag and told him to bag our trash and leave it by the elevator. I realize we are still dealing with Covid but I always thought housekeeping was part of the nightly rate. The front desk staff was friendly and amazing during our stay, we did not try breakfast. The other thing is that other than the front desk staff, no one was wearing masks and according to Marriott there was supposedly extra sterilization and cleaning going on but that definitely was not happening. There was hand sanitizer in front of the elevator and a sign saying only one party at a time allowed in the elevator. That’s it. If any of those things are important to you then this hotel is not for you. Way too expensive for what you get. The photos I attached are just an example of the wear and tear in the bathroom.