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Grand Canyon Railway Hotel - Williams Arizona - March 1 to March 21

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Out of all your choices for lodging in Williams, Arizona, you won't find a better choice than Grand Canyon Railway Hotel.

The Grand Canyon Railway Hotel offers guests comfortable lodging in a picturesque Western setting. Designed to resemble the century-old train depot that housed the Fray Marcos Hotel, and originally opened by the Santa Fe Railroad as a Harvey House...the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel provides a relaxing retreat during your visit to Grand Canyon National Park.

Guest rooms feature triple sheeting - offering a choice between standard rooms, deluxe rooms or suites. The Grand Canyon Railway Hotel is a non-smoking facility.

Grand Canyon Railway Hotel - Williams Arizona - March 1 to March 21 Details

Length: overnight, per night


3:00 pm check in daily (March 1 to March 21)

This hotel is available year-round, but prices vary seasonally. To order lodging at this hotel for any other dates, please click on this link:

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24 HOURS MINIMUM ADVANCE BOOKING REQUIRED. Please enter the number of room nights - not the number of persons - on the Order Form. Rates are listed by occupancy - Single/Double, Triple and Quad. You will be asked to provide the following information on the Order Form: Arrival Date and Departure Date - First Name and Last Name of Each Room Occupant. Please order online or call to order or for more information.

There is a $6.95 USD processing fee per order. This is a flat fee regardless of the number of tickets or tours purchased on an order. There is a service charge per ticket. This charge will be reflected on your summary before you checkout. The total shown includes any and all taxes, fuel surcharges, and service fees. There are no additional charges, unless otherwise specified.

Cancellation Policy

There are no refunds. All sales are final.

Change Fee Policy

If changes are allowed on a tour or activity, a $20.00 per reservation change fee will be applied for any change to a reservation. Please note that some tours and activities do not allow any changes. Date changes can only be made only if we can confirm availability on the new date. While we cannot guarantee any changes can be made, all change requests must be submitted a minimum of 72 hours prior to the tour departure and must be handled on an individual basis through our Reservations Center.

Grand Canyon Railway Hotel - Williams Arizona - March 1 to March 21 Description

Nestled amongst the Ponderosa pine forest and owned and operated by Grand Canyon Railway, this hotel is one of the finest in the Grand Canyon - Flagstaff - Williams area. The Grand Canyon Railway Hotel is located next to the Williams train depot and just two blocks north of downtown and historic Route 66.

Standard Room:

Family friendly. Comfortable yet functional. Beds feature comfortable triple-sheeting meaning that your room will be clean. No more bedspreads! Each room is approximately 327 square feet and features two comfortable queen beds, satellite TV with Starz, an alarm clock to make sure you don't miss the train, coffee maker to help start the morning with full steam, and full bathroom with bathtub and shower. A rollaway bed or crib are also available upon request. Accessible rooms are available to those with limited mobility.

Deluxe Room:

Deluxe rooms feature two triple-sheeted queen beds, LG flat-screen TVs with satellite TV, and new Thomasville furnishings. The rooms also have a micro-fridge, in-room coffee maker, telephone, alarm clock, air conditioning and a full bathroom with granite countertops. Like the standard rooms, the deluxe rooms are a spacious 300+ square feet and have been recently renovated with new carpet, VOC-free paint and low flow showerheads.


Grand Canyon Railway Hotel has 10 suites adorned in a Southwest decor with modern classic furniture featuring a cherry finish. Each suite is a comfortable 550-plus square feet and has a separate living area with a plush couch with pullout sleeper, chair and TV as well as a kitchenette with microwave, mini-refrigerator, coffee maker and wet bar. Bedrooms feature two comfortable queen beds with triple sheeting, satellite TV, desk and alarm clock. A spacious full bathroom with bathtub and shower also awaits you. PLEASE NOTE: Since there are only ten (10) suites, availability may be limited.


  • SINGLE OR DOUBLE - One or two adults staying in one room.
  • TRIPLE - Three adults staying in one room.
  • QUADRUPLE - Four adults staying in one room.

Maximum number of persons allowed in one room is 5. Maximum number of adults in one room is 4.

Children stay free in a room with one or more paying adults.


The GCR Hotel has all the amenities to make your stay memorable. Enjoy a swim in the indoor pool or throw some horseshoes by the sport courts. Relax with a drink at Spenser's Pub, or pick up a souvenir at the Depot Gift Shop. Whether you're looking for a romantic getaway or a rewarding family vacation, the GCR Hotel is your home-base for fun.

  • Spenser's Pub - Adjacent to the lobby, you can enjoy fine spirits in Spenser's Pub. The pub is the signature room in the hotel and features a custom handcrafted mahogany bar built in the late 1800s and brought over from Europe. The pub serves light fare such as pizzas and sandwiches in a great atmosphere.
  • Indoor Pool & Hot Tub - The property also offers a heated indoor pool. The weather in northern Arizona can vary but you can be sure the pool room is always warm. For those who like it hot, there is also a hot tub for your enjoyment.
  • Family Friendly - For the kids, there's a game room complete with video games and pinball. Or venture outside where there is a professionally designed playground structure equipped with spiral tube slides, crawling tubes and a (rock) climbing wall. There is also a basketball court, volleyball court and horseshoes.
  • Hi-speed wireless internet - access is available in guest rooms for $9.95 per day, payable at the hotel.

Check-in: any time after 3:00 pm Mountain Standard Time

Check-out: by 11:00 am


Quality lodging for passengers was an important part of the Santa Fe Railway system during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. A string of hotels and restaurants run by the Fred Harvey Company opened along Santa Fe rail lines during this time as the railroad expanded west. The hotels and restaurants were known as Harvey Houses, and they became famous for their quality food and service.

The "Fray Marcos Hotel" located inside the Williams Depot was one such Harvey House. The hotel was named after Spanish missionary Marcos de Niza, who explored the Southwest in the early 16th century. The Fred Harvey Company often named its hotels after early explorers. The hotel and adjoining depot opened to the public in 1908 with 22 guest rooms. In 1925, 21 additional rooms were added. The Fray Marcos Hotel was a diamond in the rough being in a town full of railroaders, ranchers and lumbermen. It contained what was then considered modern amenities such as a lunch room, formal dining room, news and photograph room, Indian Room with a beautiful fireplace and cigar stand. There were even “Harvey Girls” to serve the rugged bunch. Dressed in their signature black and white dresses, the ladies brought some civility and charm to the frontier. Both the Williams Depot and the Fray Marcos Hotel are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The old hotel is no longer used for lodging guests. Parts of the original structure house the Grand Canyon Railway gift shop and company offices. This historic depot is in use and open to the public. The current GCR Hotel is located right across a lawn from the original hotel.

The current Grand Canyon Railway Hotel was built in 1995 and was designed to resemble the historic Fray Marcos Hotel. The hotel opened as, and continues to be, the finest in Williams. The GCR Hotel sits across the lawn from the historic depot. In keeping with the reputation of the original Fray Marcos Hotel for quality and service, the GCR Hotel continues this fine tradition. A 107-room addition was completed in February, 2000 doubling the size of the property and added an indoor pool, jacuzzi and exercise room. A third addition was completed in March, 2004, adding 92 rooms and 10 suites.

Please enter the number of room nights - not the number of persons - on the Order Form. Rates are listed by occupancy - Single/Double, Triple and Quad. You will be asked to provide the following information on the Order Form: Arrival Date and Departure Date - First Name and Last Name of Each Room Occupant. Please order online or call to order or for more information.

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