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Reviewed June 26, 2011

We really enjoyed visiting and exploring the La Posada Hotel. It makes Winslow a destination. It is beautifully restored The rooms are a great value for the quality and the amenities included. Service is limited as you pay for what you get. Certainly at the rates charged and quality of accomodations provided it is not possible to staff this fabulous beauty with staff falling over you. It is well setup for you to explore on your own if you choose.
If you are a light sleeper request a room that does not expose a window to the train tracks, You may be bothered by the trains that stop and wait 24 hours a day at this location.
The Turquoise Room Restaurant also is a reason to sojourn here for at least a night.

Room Tip: Choose a room away from Train Tracks
  • Stayed: April 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank OldWailukuInn
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Reviewed June 23, 2011

We stayed here in June 2011 just for one night and really enjoyed the atmosphere. There isn't anything really to do once you've visited the famous corner and the giftshop across the street. Winslow looks to be in bad shape and we actually saw a drug deal going on at a gas station. However, this hotel is safe, charming, and has great history. Lee checked us in and is a great hostess. We enjoyed cocktails and sampled some fantastic squash blossom appetizers in the bar area just outside the Turquiose Restaurant which they said needed reservations because the hotel was completely booked, but the restaurant appeared to only be 1/2 full. The bartender was generous and made great drinks. The rooms - we got the artist Ed Ruscha room which overlooked the common patio and did not provide any privacy, but the room was very nice and lovely bathroom with spa tub. The room was decorated well and bed was comfortable. The hallway had a terrible smell, but that seemed to go away the next morning. The grounds are open inside and out and a nice walk around at any time of day. There is no pool, btw. We watched several trains go by and looked around the depot. The gift shop in the hotel is very good with a wide variety of prices and goods for all tastes. Earlier in the day we ate lunch at Casa Blanca Mexican restaurant down the street. Quick service, decent food, average prices.

Room Tip: Online room descriptions and call
  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank MBeeGa
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Reviewed June 21, 2011

What a great hotel and what a great value. Our first trip but we'll be back. Rooms are not huge but big enough, tile in the bathrooms gives it elegance. Coffee in the lobby in china cups and saucers in the morning instead of paper cups. Passenger trains stop outside the window in the evening and morning. What a treat this place was!!!

  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank johnslitch
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Reviewed June 14, 2011

We loved our stay, "an oasis in the desert" after traveling 1500 miles thru New mexico and
arriving after sunset at the POSADA and seeing it lit up like a xmas tree was a treat.
Staff were very friendly and handed us a free guide and told us all about the amenities,
So our room was small........just like in Europe! thats not a bad thing, and at $99 a bargain.
The hotel sitting rooms etc were very spacious so there are plenty of quiet corners to sit and read a book or watch a movie. There are many pieces of artwork/furniture you can either love or hate but hey thats art!
There are many reviews about the restaurant, I can honestly say we thought the selection was fantastic (bison steak) and mh enjoyed a Sedona beer.
This place is magical, a trip back in time, I only wished we had arrived by train!

Room Tip: Wifi was unreliable (thick walls)
  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank delph17
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Reviewed June 13, 2011

Outstanding facility lovingly refurbished by present owners. An original Harvey house hotel. Restaurant is outstanding. Downtown Winslow is worth a stroll .

Room Tip: Managers suite is only 20 more than regular room
  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank elfinforesttony
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