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Flagstaff’s beautiful alpine landscape has excellent skiing, hiking and mountain biking, offering four seasons’ worth of sports in the great outdoors. Throw in a handful of historical sights, an appreciation for craft beer and a location just a short hop from the Grand Canyon and Flagstaff is a great place for a stay at a three-star hotel.
Many of Flagstaff’s hotels are three star, making for a huge choice of comfortable, well-priced accommodation. Flagstaff’s three-star hotels range dramatically in style, so there is something for every taste.
Stay at a three-star hotels that makes the most of Flagstaff’s natural surroundings, whether with outdoor patios warmed by fire pits, huge windows that showcase mountain views, or pine-forest settings with nature trails. There is a good range of both independent three-star hotels and international hotel brands, plus several apartment hotels and condos fitted with kitchens, dining areas and living rooms.
Skiing and snowboarding are why most people visit Flagstaff in winter. Come summer, the mountain trails make for superb alpine walks and bike rides. And in autumn, the same trails showcase the incredible colours of the changing seasons. Cycle paths also snake around the city. In short, Flagstaff is a dream destination for adventures in the great outdoors, all year long.
If you only have time to visit one tourist attraction in Flagstaff itself, make it the Lowell Observatory, where you can try out the telescopes and learn about the discovery of Pluto, which was made here. Museums worth seeing in Flagstaff include the small but perfectly formed Arizona Historical Society-Pioneer Museum, which displays photos, documents and artefacts from throughout Flagstaff’s history, and the Museum of Arizona, with its exhibits on Native American life and Flagstaff’s natural surroundings.
All tourist attractions in this part of the world, tend to be overshadowed by the Grand Canyon. Just an hour’s drive from Flagstaff, the UNESCO-listed site and wonder of the natural world tops many visitors’ must-do lists, and there are a number of straightforward ways to reach it from Flagstaff’s three-star hotels.