Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in Flagstaff does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Rodeway Inn Downtown, a nice option for travellers like you.
Rodeway Inn Downtown is a budget friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk and baggage storage. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
For those interested in checking out Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Chapel (0.2 mi) while visiting Flagstaff, Rodeway Inn Downtown is a short distance away.
While visiting Flagstaff, you may want to try some burritos at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Lumberyard Brewing Company, MartAnne's Burrito Palace, or The Northern Pines Restaurant.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Historic Downtown and Railroad District (0.1 mi), Riordan Mansion State Historic Park (0.9 mi), or Northern Arizona University (1.0 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Rodeway Inn Downtown puts the best of Flagstaff at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Double whammy: Amtrak ran 4 hours late (11:30 pm arrival), and our ride to Prescott had car trouble, so at 9pm we suddenly had no place to go. This is a short block to the station, check-in was easy. The Motel is modest, and on a busy (noisy) corner. I think the published price of $60s is good... but our rate was $102, I dunno why and was not inclined to argue. Very clean, good shower, bed good. WiFi didn't work, and I didn't want to bother the desk at the late hour for what elsewhere is usually an exercise in futility. In the morning our Hostess was apologetic. I'd return for a stay, but would be fussier about price and WiFi.
We checked in Friday night, some young kid checked us in, confirmed we were there for 2 nights. Office smelled and very dingy, we stayed because we really wanted the convenience of walking everywhere Saturday morning, daughter and I are getting ready, someone knocks on the door, my daughter answers, some other young kid asks, are you checking out today? My daughter says no, tomorrow, before she can ask who he was, because he didn't even introduce himself, he leaves. We continue getting ready, but feeling uneasy that some random person just asked when we're leaving, not even 2 minutes later our door starts to open, thankfully we had the indoor lock on it. I rush to the door, close it and ask who is it? The women starts yelling, you are checking out today. I open the door and ask who she is and say No we're checking tomorrow. She continues raising her voice telling me she called my room, (our phone did not ring) it's 11am, she can enter my room. I ask who she is, she says Sonia, again i ask who she is and she finally says she's is the manager. I ask for her last name, she refuses, and insists she's the manager. At this point she starts waking away, says she's going to call me from the office to prove she's the manager. She calls and says, this is Sonia the manner, you don't seem happy here, you have 15 minutes to check out and I'll refund you the rate for tonight. We saw an out and took it packed immediately, went to the office, she handed me a receipt for the $18 I paid the night before and said I would get my refund from Expedia. I asked if she was the owner, she said no, I asked for the info, she said no I don't have it. I pulled out my phone to take a picture of the license on the wall, she reached over the counter around the plexiglass and tried grabbing my phone and slapped my hand away. This woman is the worst! I was completely shocked! I understand most places are short staffed right now, but this is not a short staffing issue, this woman is flat out rude, unprofessional, and needs to be replaced.…
Upon entering the office to check in. Outside the glass door is a sign masks required. We enter with our masks on. Woman who checks us in is not wearing a mask. I politely ask her why she requires us to wear masks and she not. God for bid I opened my mouth because what came out of her mouth was the devil. I just simply asked a question. The most rudest disrespectful woman on this planet and customer service. Yes I got feisty right back no one disrespects me. Once we were told where our room was which was at the top level, at the end of the building right by the street right by where the train crosses. Walking into the hotel room was like everybody grab your bags go back to the car and run for the hills. Absolutely not what was expected and what was shown on the website. There is a reason why this place has a two star review. Your family and your friends and your travels are worthy of other hotels and not this one. Management needs absolute etiquette training. There are no words to describe the description of the interior of the hotels and the unbelievable amount of slip shod construction. Run for your lives people!…
The service was amazing and the room was super clean! Upon check in the receptionist was extremely friendly and accommodating! Great location, I’m downtown Flagstaff. The room was clean and the sheets were fresh. I’d definitely stay here again!
I was in town just for a quick weekend trip to beat the desert heat and this was perfect. Walking distance to all the nightlife in downtown, super friendly staff, and a clean room. Would stay here again.