This is exactly the sort of quirky place that me and my wife love. We'd booked the train trip to the Grand Canyon and were looking for somewhere friendly and charming to stay within walking distance of the railway. Step forward Red Garter. Angie was the lady that checked us in and she was amazing. She gave us a brilliant 10 minute history of the inn, which used to be a saloon and a brothel and explained what used to go on in various parts of it! It was great fun. She also had fantastic advice re local eateries and explained the best way for us to get the most out of our Grand Canyon trip. We also met John the owner and he was equally friendly. The room was awesome although some may need a stepladder to get on the bed! It was ridiculously high but it all added to the quirky charm. Breakfast was coffee, juice, fruit and pastries - that might not sound much....until you see the most amazing pastries ever. The cinnamon rolls were incredible. The shop part of the inn is great too, but be careful you could spend a fortune! Altogether a fantastic choice. Why would anyone stay in the huge hotel by the station when they can have this?
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on Historic Route 66 just south of the Grand Canyon, the Red Garter offers lodging and breakfast in a beautifully restored 1897 saloon and bordello. The antique furnishings capture the 1890's atmosphere without giving up the comfort and security expected by today's traveler. Within an hour's drive see Sedona, the ghost town Jerome, Indian ruins at Walnut Canyon and Wupatki National Monuments and the Grand Canyon. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Red Garter Hotel Williams