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|"Staff was amazing Popcorn delicious!"||(in 118 reviews)|
|"Great breakfast and happy hour!"||(in 32 reviews)|
|"Beautiful and clean rooms!"||(in 36 reviews)|
|"Both the hot tub and pool were filthy"||(in 2 reviews)|
|"Pool was cold."||(in 12 reviews)|
|"No clean towels in 3 days and no made beds or clean bath."||(in 3 reviews)|
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Everything was great. Very clean and convenient location to downtown.
Parking is a little tricky as they want you to use tour room key to get in and out. Room key initially didn’t work to get in and then we turned our key in when checking out so had to wait a while to be let out of the parking garage.
Free dinner. Free breakfast. Allow pets. Very nice hotel. spacious rooms. Comfortable common spaces. Indoor pool.
Cleaner floors in eating area.
Good stay with good breakfast and dinner.
Found a left over cup between the bed and night stand
Free breakfast and dinner Free wifi
Flagstaff, Arizona somehow remains one of the United States’ best-kept secrets. This high desert mountain town is warm and inviting meanwhile being surrounded by a unique and enticing landscape. The Drury Inn & Suites Flagstaff is just as kind and inviting as the city itself. Although it is located just off of I-40, it is perfectly tucked away just walking distance from Northern Arizona University and Downtown Flagstaff.
The 100% family owned and operated Drury Inn & Suites Flagstaff certainly carries the same values as the town of Flagstaff itself. Here, everyone is welcome and great service is just a way of life. The bedrooms are simple and elegant offering cloud-like beds and enough space to feel free to relax. The lobby is a bright and inviting place to enjoy a complimentary breakfast in the morning.
In terms of attractions, the options are abundant. When visiting a mountain town, it is an unspoken rule to visit the local coffee shop for in-house roasted coffee or freshly baked treats. Flagstaff’s most treasured coffee shop is Macy’s European Coffee House. Located just “south of the tracks” on Beaver Street, this beloved spot has been a local favorite for more than 30 years.
Guests can follow Beaver Street North to enter downtown Flagstaff where local art is showcased in shops on nearly every corner. For exquisite wine tasting, Vino Loco is the place to go. Of course, once the lights go down, there is no better place to visit than Lowell Observatory, where Pluto was first discovered.
The Drury Inn & Suites Flagstaff offers a convenient and accessible location without sacrificing comfort. The hotel has developed an expertise in service with its years of experience.
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- Northern Arizona University 0.6 km
- Flagstaff Amtrak Station 0.6 km
- Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra 0.8 km
- West of the Moon Gallery 0.8 km
- Riordon Mansion 0.9 km
- Lowell Observatory 1.2 km