Little America Hotel Flagstaff
Set in 500 acres of Ponderosa Pine forest, Little America Flagstaff is a haven from the mundane. Flagstaff's only AAA approved Four Diamond hotel combines inviting hospitality with the natural beauty of Northern Arizona and instills a passion to return to this distinctive resort.
Where to find it
Little America sits on 500 scenic pine-covered acres at the base of the San Francisco Peaks & surrounded by one of the world’s most magnificent scenic & recreation areas.
The hotel is the perfect anchor for a hub-and-spoke tour of Northern Arizona. Several major attractions are within 80 miles of the hotel, including the Grand Canyon’s south rim and the eclectic offerings of Sedona, a town filled with New Age shops, spas, and art galleries.
Seven Arizona state parks also are within a drive of an hour or so. Other nearby attractions include these:
Lowell Observatory offers guided tours, widescreen multimedia shows, tours of the Universe in the 3-D space theatre, and opportunities to view the sky through the Alvan Clark Telescope.
Wupatki, Walnut Canyon, Tuzigoot, and Montezuma Castle National Monuments provide visitors with views of Sinagua Indian life 500 to 1,000 years ago.
Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument gives visitors a chance to experience the Colorado Plateau’s youngest volcano, born in a series of eruptions sometime between 1040 and 1100 CE.
Meteor Crater (actually a meteorite impact crater) is an international tourist venue that was used by NASA as one of the official training sites for the Apollo Astronauts.
Arizona Snowbowl, open year-round, offers skiing, snowboarding and more in the winter, plus hiking the rest of the year. At a base elevation of 9,500 feet, the Snowbowl is up to 40°F cooler than most Arizona deserts during the summer.
Little America Flagstaff features 247 luxurious guest rooms, designed with floor to ceiling windows, imported marble, and spacious baths & dressing areas. The careful planning that went into every stage of our development is evident everywhere the visitor looks.
The people behind the property
Flagstaff is one of eight properties in the Grand America network owned by the family of the late Robert Earl Holding, a native of Utah. All are in the Western United States.