We recently stayed at the hotel for a business retreat and extended our stay to enjoy some R & R. It is located just a couple blocks from the main street with a lot of cute shops and restaurants. We took the train to the Canyon and the depot is located across the street. The hotel is definitely the best location as you won't have to do any driving once you have arrived. The breakfast buffet was large and relatively inexpensive for the food they offered, including chicken fried steak, biscuits and gravy, special made omelets, pancakes, waffles, bacon, sausage, eggs - everything you could ever want for breakfast. Spencers was a quaint bar within the hotel. Keep in mind they have limited hours in the bar. 4 p.m. - 10 p.m. only. The bartender was very busy as she ran the entire bar, but very friendly and managed fairly well on her own with a crowded bar. We recommend this hotel and doing the luxury parlor for the train up to the Grand Canyon. While there, have some great mexican food out on the patio with live music at Panchos just 2 blocks away.
- Also Known As:
- Grand Canyon Railway Williams
- Fray Marcos Hotel
- Hotel Grand Canyon Railway
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Historical hotel named after a member of a Spanish expedition. ... more less
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