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Reviewed February 23, 2013

La Posada is a restored marvel and the restaurant, The Turquoise Room, is unbeatable. Thanks to the owners for the investment in history and luxury. The only thing missing is being able to buy one of the southwestern aprons worn by the Harvey Girls at the hotel.

  • Stayed: January 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed February 22, 2013

La Posada offers an historic railroad hotel, an art museum, fabulous restaurant and beautiful gardens. The history of the hotel, built in 1930, rescued from demolition in 1997 by the current owners who are dedicated to save this remarkable edifice, carefully and gradually restoring it to its former glory. All the public rooms are filled with artistic and historic furnishings. Our room in the recently renovated East wing was very large, beautifully furnished and quiet despite the proximity to the train tracks. It had a wonderful large jacuzzi tub. Many guests come to La Posada because of its exceptional Chef owned restaurant, The Turquoise Room. We were waited on by Nathan, the restaurant manager, who was both charming and professional. Chef John Sharpe has created a menu of Southwestern cuisine which accommodates the vegetarian and vegan as well as the Carnivore. We enjoyed the finest dining experience of our weeklong trip.

Room Tip: Rooms in the more recently restored east wing are spacious and quiet.
  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank MadameButterfly
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Reviewed February 21, 2013

I had read about this hotel on TripAdvisor, so while we visited "Standin' On the Corner" in Winslow, AZ, we stopped in to take a look. WOW! I sure wish we had timed our itinerary so that we could have stayed there. It's a historic building that has been lovingly restored, and even though it's right beside an active train route, the trains moved by slowly enough that noise was not a problem. Several of the hotel rooms have a celebrity picture with short bio posted in the hallway outside the room where that person stayed. A huge "recreation" room includes a gas-log fire place, games, piano, books to borrow, and several seating areas -- a cozy yet spacious place to relax alone or with friends/family. In fact, the entire hotel had the feel of a great place to relax, along with a cozy bar and lovely dining room. The gift shop is colorful with numerous items representing southwest art and decor pieces, and there is also a film about the hotel's history. You'll find artwork throughout the building, including many huge eclectic paintings that we really didn't care for, but they were created by one of the property's restoration supporters, so she got a lot of wall space. Other than that, we thoroughly enjoyed exploring the hotel, which is allowed by the management.

Room Tip: Since we only toured the facility, I don't have a recommendation for room location.
  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank GoRoadie
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Reviewed February 19, 2013 via mobile

Weird location, but so glad we found this little gem!! Hotel was great, Turquoise Room restaurant was over-the-top fabulous! The Blood Orange Margarita and Hopi Hummus with Piki Bread are a beautiful pairing. We stayed in the Diane Keaton room which would have been perfect but the mattress is a few years past its prime. Time for new bedding folks. The hotel & restaurant are the best thing Winslow has to offer. Well, maybe take a minute to "stand on the corner in Winslow, Arizona", but then move on until the city politicians figure out they could potentially offer something great.

  • Stayed: February 2013
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Thank NSVKAT
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Reviewed February 18, 2013

The La Posada Hotel is an oasis for travelers on I-40 in northeaster Arizona. The rooms are not cookie cutter, see one, you've seen them all rooms. The decor is very tasteful and comfortable. The prices are lower than I expected. You must top off your stay with dinner in the Turquoise Room. This restaurant in 2009 was rated by Conde' Naste Gold List as one of the top three in the U.S. You must try the veal! For the art lover, Tina Mion's paintings on display will surely be a topic of discussion. The hotel is a veritable museum with many historical pieces on display. This national treasure was a Fred Harvey House hotel built by the rail road to entice travelers to take the train. The rooms are named for those famous travelers; such as, Bob Hope, Charles Lindberge, John Wayne, May West, Amelia Earhart, Albert Einstein and many others. This is a must see hotel and a great rest stop.

Room Tip: I usually stay in a balcony room. My favorite so far was the Loren Hutton room.
  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Robert B
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