While passing through Williams, my wife and I happened upon this quirky little western motif town at the end of the main street. We were laughing at all the neat little buildings, when out pops Carol, the housekeeper, who offered us a tour of the "themed rooms". These rooms are the best themed rooms I have seen, with meticulous details. Cleanliness and Comfort were top priority.
Afterward we stepped into the Bar and met Candy and Bob, who apparently run the place. Needless to say we were so blown away by their charm and hospitality we booked the 'Bordello Room' for the night.
After roaming the streets of Williams, my wife and I ended up back at the fire pit which was lit and warm. Before we knew it 12 other people just strolled from parts unknown to come together for a magical night of good cheer around an open fire.
If you are planning a stay anywhere within a 100 miles of the Grand Canyon cancel those plans and book here. Better hurry though, I think the secret is out and they may end up being booked months in advance, but call nonetheless.
my friend and I stayed here 2 nights on our way to Vegas. We enjoyed it so much we detoured our plans and came back and stayed another 3 nights. The people here are just fantastic. We loved sitting by the campfire in the cool evenings. The band is fantastic. Being here is like a vacation in itself. The merchants downtown are there to make everyone seem at home and they go out of their way to please.
I love this town and the people at this establishment. The spareribs are wonderful.... Dallas
Driving through town, it was crystal clear this is the best place to stay in Williams! Unlike other places, this hotel has incredible charm and an authentic Western atmosphere. Every room at the hotel has its own personality. We really enjoyed our stay in the Chinese-themed room. It was spotless with beautiful antique touches, and comfortable beds.
The location is right on the main drag in Williams. We were able to walk to the Grand Canyon Railroad Depot and the local tourist shops and restaurants. However, we ended up eating every night at the Typhoon Saloon in Wild West Junction! We recommend the BBQ combination platter and the Haddock Fish Tacos. On Friday night, the saloon had an incredibly talented young band playing (the Midnight Howlers). Guests and staff were having a blast together... it was like a big party!
We wholeheartedly recommend Wild West Junction. It's one of Northern Arizona's best kept secrets... but probably not for long!
When pulling up the little inn looks like a western movie and gives you the feel your looking for on a vacation to the Grand Canyon. We came from the Bellagio in Las Vegas which is known for service and the service at this little inn was so much better. Even though they have a restaurant they shared other restaurants that were also good. The rooms were absolutely adorable and clean and so much more than you would ever expect. The location is the best right in the middle of a tiny little town that has lots of little stores and things to do. Great town for kids with the Train to the Grand Canyon right there and a nice playground. Everyone at this inn was so great with my very busy kids. Would love to come back!!!!!!!!!!
Wow. If you love the idea of totally "geeking out" on the Wild West, or if that very statement just makes you curious, you've got to check this place out! These folks took an old run down motor inn and with creative landscaping, tons of remodeling and the owner's EXTENSIVE old West personal collection made a beautiful, comfortable, funky experience/them hotel. It's right downtown Williams, a charming old west modern town in its own right - so if you need a latte or some other non-Old West experience you just walk out the door and there you are. The best of all worlds.
Located in historic downtown Williams, close to Grand Canyon Railway. Antique shops, restaurants. Northern Arizona University, Williams Ski Area, Snow
Bowl Ski, Deer Farm, Elephant Rock Golf Course, Grand Canyon, Mainstreet Museum. All rooms have 27 inch flat screen ...
Those seeking a tranquil atmosphere while staying in Williams, a town with an Old West feel situated on historic Route
66, might want to consider this lodging. The inn is nestled in 27 acres of ponderosa pine, and the ...
Early Spanish architecture with patio and porches, on national register Old Route 66 just off I 40 at junction to
Hwy 64. Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room). Balcony/Terrace. Coffee Maker. Daily Maid Service. Television (Cable/Satellite). Television. Kitchen/Kitchenette. Microwave Oven. Non ...