The Red Garter on Saloon Row in the Historic District of Williams with the brand new patio area.
Parlor Room, with a queen bed, private bath and original skylights. This room was the social center of the bordello where the ladies would dine, visit and wait for the cowboys to show up.
Breakfast in the Red Garter Bakery is included with your stay. Over a dozen fresh baked choices, fresh fruit, hot or cold cereals, juices and a wide selection of fresh ground coffee and espresso are ready when ever you are....
Six great restaurants and a few pubs are within walking distance of the Red Garter in a safe and quiet small town atmosphere.
In the middle of Saloon Row, in downtown Williams, the Red Garter is just across historic Route 66 from the Grand Canyon Railway station.
About 40% of our guests are from outside of the country and enjoy the authentic old west and historic Route 88 flavor of Williams and the Red Garter.
Madam's Room, with original skylights, queen sized bed with brass frame from New Orleans and 3/4 ensuite bath.
Big Bertha's Room. Sleeps up to four persons with two queen beds, a small balcony and a large full bath with the original footed tub and shower.
Best Gal's Room with queen size bedroom and sitting room with parlor stove and couch. These are the rooms where the best gals of the bordello would hang out the windows to wave-in the cowboys and railroaders.
On historic Route 66 across from the Grand Canyon Railway station, the Red Garter offers four guest rooms, a bakery and gift shop in a restored 1897 saloon and bordello.
'The best B&B in the area' is how Frommer's Grand Canyon Guide describes this unique bed and breakfast. A beautifully restored 1897 Bordello in Williams, Arizona 'The Gateway to the Grand Canyon' on historic Route 66, the Red Garter B&B Inn proudly offers lodging and a gift shop. This two-story Victorian Romanesque style brick building with twelve foot high ceilings, skylights and distinctive wood trim, along with antique furnishings, captures the 1890's atmosphere without giving up the comfort and security expected by today's traveler. Plan on spending at least two days to fully see and enjoy The Red Garter, Native American Indian ruins, Sedona, the ghost town Jerome and the Grand Canyon area, all within an hour's drive.