Flagstaff, Arizona Resorts

Flagstaff, Arizona Resorts
Whether you're hiking the Kachina Trail across Humphrey's Peak in the summer or skiing Snowbowl in the winter, the high desert of Flagstaff, Arizona, will satisfy the outdoor enthusiast. The Flagstaff area is magical, no matter the season. You can enjoy the city itself, visit the mountain campus of Northern Arizona University, or immerse yourself in nature and history at Grand Canyon, Walnut Canyon or Oak Creek Canyon.

Little America Hotel, Flagstaff

Surrounded by 500 acres of ponderosa pine forest, Little America offers hospitality and luxurious accommodations--247 suites in four two-story lodges. Treat yourself to a stay in one of the seven specialty suites, including the two-level governor's and presidential suites, a fireplace suite, sauna suite or wet bar suite. Two-bedroom apartment suites are also available. The resort has its own 2-mile hiking trail, as well as horseshoe pits, sand volleyball court, fitness center, seasonal heated outdoor pool and outdoor hot tub. The award-winning Little America, Flagstaff, is also well known for its sumptuous holiday brunches.

Little America Hotel, Flagstaff
2515 East Butler Ave.
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
(800) 865-1401
http://www.littleamerica.com/flagstaff

Wyndham Flagstaff

The Wyndham Flagstaff resort offers "townhouse comfort at hotel room prices," according to its website. A timeshare property, its apartment-style lodgings are also offered to the public. Choose one or two bedrooms, side-by-side units, over-under units, lofts, or tri-levels, which sleep four to six with a sleeper sofa in each unit. All have full kitchens and most have wooden decks so you can take in the view and breathe fresh pine air. The adjacent clubhouse sports an 18-hole championship golf course, lighted tennis courts, swimming pool and fitness center. Nearby, you can hike, bike, fish, ski and snowboard.

Wyndham Flagstaff
1900 N. Country Club Drive
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
(800) 456-2587
wyndhamflagstaffresort.com

Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa

Nestled in the Red Rocks of northern Arizona, the Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa features 219 guest rooms and suites, each with a gas fireplace, private patio or balcony, microwave and wet bar. The premium one-bedroom suites and king Jacuzzi suites have small refrigerators. The Red Rock views are a stunning contrast to the resort's emerald 18-hole championship golf course. The spa is 25,000 square feet and includes a salon, complete fitness center, lighted tennis courts and pool. Enjoy Sedona's majestic outdoors and Oak Creek Canyon, then head to nearby Flagstaff, in the world's largest ponderosa pine forest, for skiing at Snowbowl, hiking in Walnut Canyon, or a visit to ancient Indian ruins at Wupatki.

Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa
90 Ridge Trail Drive
Sedona, AZ 86351
(877) 273-3762
hiltonsedona.com

Article Written By Kira Jaines

Based in Arizona, Kira Jaines writes health/fitness and travel articles, volunteers with Learning Ally and travels throughout the Southwest. She has more than 16 years of experience in transcribing and editing medical reports. Jaines holds a Bachelor of Arts in telecommunications and journalism from Northern Arizona University.

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