Chose among tens of attractions and explore Flagstaff with the whole family!
If you’re a family of summer outdoor adventurers, book a place to stay near the incredible Walnut Canyon National Memorial. If winter sports are more your thing, check out the fantastic resorts near Arizona Snowbowl. Keep things lively by staying central around downtown Flagstaff for the museums and monuments, as well as super-easy access to the parks, lakes, canyons, and trails that surround this heritage-filled getaway.
Flagstaff loves families—and you really feel that welcome at Residence Inn by Marriott Flagstaff, steps from City Hall. The in-room kitchens, excellent indoor pool, and outdoor grills make family vacation a dream. A 5-minute drive from downtown, out in the mountains, Little America Flagstaff is something kind of special. With rustic décor, a hearty welcome, and outdoor fun galore, you can let the kids loose on the trails, playground, and seasonal outdoor pool while you drift into the hot tub or sink into an armchair by the roaring fire.
To find the best hotel in Flagstaff for your family getaway with Travelocity, just enter your travel dates and hit search. Now add the family-friendly filter to your results to see the best available accommodation. You can check plenty more kid-friendly filters, too, to find resorts with waterparks, pools, kids clubs, and more.
Most Flagstaff family resorts cater for the kids, so expect to find games rooms, snack bars, and kids entertainment as well as the all-important laundry, in-room kitchens, and free crib or infant beds. You can filter by more grown-up amenities, too, like included breakfast and free parking to make everyone’s life a little easier.
The Budget Inn may be budget in name, but with its easy-to-reach location, in-room microwave, refrigerator, and drink maker as well as comfy beds and free parking, it serves up plenty of bang for your buck. Over at playful Sleep Inn Flagstaff, the accessible indoor pool, outdoor firepit and grill, and the hot tub are fantastic for families.
September to November is kind of the Flagstaff sweet spot: The weather is crisp, and the crowds have gone. For summer hiking in the Arizona heat, book to stay in June, July, and August. Then there’s the winter sports, which come into their own in December to February.
THead up Arizona Snowmass for a breathtaking chair lift ride or, in winter, some solid turns. Head underground to the Lava Tubes to see some pretty cool remnants of Arizona’s volcanic rivers. Get the whole family out to tackle the Adventure Course at Fort Tuthill for a real sense of achievement.
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