Editor's Note: This property was formerly Quality Inn Grand Canyon.
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October 26, 2003
We got to our motel room (I personally hate motels) and discovered we had 2 double beds. Yeah, great. We had a mini-bar, but what are my husband and I going to do with double beds?! We called the front desk to ask if there were any non-smoking king rooms available and were told that there were only queens available. We told her that we'd think about it. We stopped by the front desk on our way to dinner and asked again about king rooms, and we got a non-smoking king room with indoor entrances.
We didn't have a mini-bar. The walls were all white. The toilet had a sign on it saying "reclaimed water -- do not drink." The showerhead looked like it would produce a painful stream of water, but it was a good and not painful stream. The room was supplied with White Rain shampoo and conditioner. The bed was not comfortable and sagged. The pillows were not very soft, but they were something to sleep on.
To me, a "continental breakfast" is cereal, bagels, English muffins, fruit, and donuts. This one consisted of white bread next to toasters so you could have toast with jelly and a bowl of cantaloupe. The first day, I decided to just have some bread and jelly. A woman at the next table had cereal. She told us that she purchased it from the restaurant next door, and how much she paid. The next day, I wanted to purchase the cereal for the price the woman told me. There was cereal on the buffet, and I told the person working there that I wanted to buy some. He told me that there was no cereal! I looked at him and pointed at the cereal and asked, "Well, what's that?!" He told me, "Yeah, but it's $4!" I told him the price that the woman told me and he insisted that I was mistaken. I then went to the front desk and asked for a manager and got the cereal for what I was willing to pay.
There was an outdoor pool and spa, and an indoor spa. There was a gift shop and we were across the street from an Internet cafe and other shops. The hotel was located 1 mile from the entrance to the Grand Canyon.
I wouldn’t stay here again unless we were desperate. Lodging was available inside the Grand Canyon, and Williams was only 1 hour away. We could have saved 1 hour on our return trip to Las Vegas if we had stayed in Williams.
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