The Grand Canyon's most charming hotel, featuring wonderfully appointed guest rooms located in the historic district of downtown Williams. All rooms are non-smoking and feature private baths, direct dial telephones, and cable color television. We are a AAA rated lodging property. Relax on our porch while taking in an Arizona sunset. Enjoy the soulful whistle of the Grand Canyon Railway or take a short stroll into downtown Williams, which offers unique restaurants and cafes, distinctive shops and galleries, and the 19th century architecture of territorial Williams. Make us the "hub" for your exploration of the many beauties of Northern Arizona.
One Queen Bed, Wireless DSL internet access, telephone with free local calls, TV, cozy rooms, children welcome. A charge of $5.00 will be collect for each additional person upon arrival.
Two queen or full size beds, private bath, cable color TV, telephone with free local calls, expanded continental breakfast included. A charge of $5.00 will be collect for each additional person upon arrival.
A very spacious room on the second floor in the main building. Private bath, cable color TV, telephone with free local calls, free wireless internet connection, expanded continental brekfast included. A charge of $5.00 will be collect for each additional person upon arrival.
A large room with two Queen Beds on the second floor of the main building. Great for families. It has a private bath, cable color TV, telephone with free local calls, and free wireless internet connection. An expanded continental breakfast is included. A charge of $5.00 will be collect for each additional person upon arrival.
5 on May 07, 2011
Best buy in Williams! From the friendly staff to the pleasant room to the location, this B&B can't be beat. Breakfast was fairly complete and enjoyable. We even saw the staff make special arrangements for another guest who would be riding the tourist train to the Grand Canyon. Great Service!
4.0 on May 22, 2010
Lovely place.... no real breakfast though.. Big room if you get room no 14 or 11.
4.6 on May 04, 2010
Our room was ready and stocked with "extras" (advil, snack, bottled water) that make a place welcoming... two teddy bears kept us company and gave the place a family feel rather than a corporate feel. The price was right, the service was exceptionally friendly and helpful, the room and bathroom were exceptionally clean... we have nothing but good things to say.
1.8 on December 29, 2009
We stayed at the Canyon Country Inn for 1 night in advance of taking the GC Train at 9:30am the next morning. We were greeted quickly by a courteous staff even though we arrived late at night. When we got to our room though we found it quite cool, it was very cold outside (15F). We turned on the heater which worked well but the floor remained icy the entire night. The wooden floor either needs more insulation below it or a good carpet. Due to this very cold floor--even with socks on-- the heater had to run almost all night -- even though we turned the thermostat down to the low 60's F. This made the air very dry. More disappointingly, the room was not very clean in a few key ways. First, there was hair on the sheets from a previous guest near the decorative pillow. Secondly, there was a lot of old peeling paint in the bathroom. Lastly, and most disgustingly, when my young daughter went to take a shower that night, I got her a folded towel from the bathroom rack and when it looked frayed around the edges I smelled it and it reeked of cigarette smoke. We were in a non-smoking room. To be generous, I thought if towels hadn't apparently been used at all from another smoking room they might have been transferred to ours but they should have been checked for smoke stink beforehand. Of course, they should have been washed anyway before being set out. All I can guess is that the staff smokes so they couldn't detect the reek of smoke. On a more positive note, the serve-yourself breakfast had a very nice selection of juice, fruit, yogurt and bagels--but if you didn't want to eat in your room--which we ended up doing-- you had to eat standing up in the tiny entry/lobby of the main building. Overall, we wouldn't stay there again unless they really clean up their act. There are a lot of other options in town.
4.2 on October 27, 2009
Our first time in Williams, AZ. We loved Williams and the Canyon Country Inn! We loved that the inn was situated within walking distance of everything! The room was just spacious enough and decor was pleasant. The bed and pillows were comfortable. The bathroom a good size. Staff at the desk were very informative and helpful. The continental breakfast had a good variety of items. We would definitely stay here again and we highly recommend it to anyone traveling in the area. Less than an hour drive to Grand Canyon and other sights!!!
National/State parks, Grand Canyon, Historic Route 66,, River, Rodeo, Ruins, Ski area
Piano , Fridge, Microwave, Iron & Ironing Board, and, Hairdryer available upon request. Some rooms with, private entrance and some with ceiling fans.
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Fridge, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Grand Canyon, Slow float raft tours, Plane Tours, Helicopter Tours, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Swimming, Water sports
Expanded Continental Breakfast