"Nice and quiet hotel with easy access to freeway"
Everything about the hotel is what my expectations are for a 3 star hotel. They even went further in making their guest feel appreciated by providing evening refreshments as well as a hot breakfast in the morning to get you on your way. I would recommend this hotel to all my staff, friends, relatives, acquaintances and anyone out there looking for quality without spending too much.
Traveller from Kayenta
THE EXTRAS ARE NOT EXTRA AT DRURY HOTELS. ALLRATES INCLUDE FREE HOT FOOD AND COLD BEVERAGESDAILY FROM 530PM-7PM/ FREE HOT …More
We were pleasantly surprised at how gorgeous this hotel was. We travel often and I was impressed with the courtesy of the staff. The experience was so wonderful that we plan to stay there on our next trip.
Traveller from Belle Plaine, MN
This Southwest style all-suite hotel offers spacious accommodations, blending luxury with genuine affordability and valuable …More
My family and I enjoyed our stay here. The room was ample and clean. Having a kitchen was great! I have two children and it made it easier for me. The hotel staff is very courteous and helpful. My daughter had an accident and they quickly located the nearest hospital for me and followed up later with a text message to ensure she had been ok. i am very thankful for their kind help.
Front staff very helpful and nice. Carpet in hallways either needs replaced or stretched. Rooms very nice and comfortable. Breakfast options didn't have a lot to choose from, especially if you needed gluten free. The pool was everything we needed.
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The first locomotive chugged through Phoenix on July 4, 1887; this single event cemented the city’s enduring reign as Arizona’s economic hub. This rich history is on display at the Arizona Railway Museum in Chandler. A different type of economy—casino gambling—is prominent today at nearby Native American tribal lands. The Firebird International Raceway features drag racing and drag-boat racing.