Two hot tubs and freebies including cookies, breakfast and HBO attract our guests to the pet-friendly Comfort Inn I-17 & I-40. Southwestern decor combined with striking views and freshly baked cookies each evening set this two-story hotel apart. All 85 rooms, some non-smoking, have flat-panel TVs, Wi-Fi, microwaves, refrigerators and coffeemakers. A business center in the lobby as well as copy and fax services are a bonus for working guests. After complimentary breakfast in the lodge-style fireplace room, where guests take in the views from the large windows, they work out at the fitness center or, in season, sunbathe on the deck by the heated pool and hot tubs. Additional amenities include laundry facilities and outdoor parking. Pets are welcome for a fee. The hotel is near the junction of I-40 and I-17, less than a mile from Northern Arizona University and two miles from historic downtown Flagstaff, set along Route 66. Other area attractions include the Lowell Observatory, 10 minutes away, and the Arizona Snowball ski area, 30 minutes away. Daytrippers drive 80 miles north to the Grand Canyon. Flagstaff Pulliam Airport is four miles away. This Comfort Inn serves both families and business travelers well, say our guests, citing the "comfortable" and "quiet" rooms, free breakfast in a "very nice setting" and convenient location.
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