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    the canyon motel
    Motels in
    Williams
    Leaving Williams and seeking the path that would take me to the Grand Canyon , I came across this unique hotel that has no rooms, at least not as one would expect, but accommodation is in unused cars that were equipped for that purpose. Some have up to 3 bedrooms and a wooden esplanade. Also everything is surrounded by thousands of ponderosa pines that give the place a wonderful natural setting. There is also place to settle with your own motor home (RV Park).
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    days inn motel
    Motels in
    Williams
    We could not choose a better option among all available in the village of Williams than to stay the night at the Days Inn. The 4 person room has tons of space and it came fully equipped with everything that we needed.(coffee maker, TV, bathroom with hairdryer ... only lacks fridge, tsk!). The motel's facilities are really great, even though from the outside they really don't appear to be much: you're in the woods where nature has an amazing smell. There is always coffee available for you to make, free USA Today in the morning, two computers for Internet connection (although the wifi is included in the price). Breakfast is included too and it is the best breakfast I had in all the motels I passed by California and Arizona: coffee, juices, cereals, waffles you do you same, sausage, eggs / omelette, bread rolls, toast, cheese ... finally, a bit of everything. The village is a short walk away (it goes through the village cemetery that is next, this is a little creepy, but very charming) and has all the amenities, it is of turisteo, so make representations Old West , and you have all the trappings of Route 66 at your disposal, and lots of atmosphere at night. You and about 45 minutes from the Grand Canyon, so well worth staying here if you plan to visit a couple of days.
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    koa williams
    Campsites in
    Williams
    The Williams KOA is an ideal solution for those who want to visit the Grand Canyon without spending a bundle on hotels. The campground is open year round and has small charming log cabins which are comfortable though rather cold in winter. The store is more or less in ruins, but there's a gas station nearby to stock up on everything you need. The bathrooms are clean and well maintained. Good place to stay!
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