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From journal Seven Wonders of Flagstaff
March 22, 2009
From journal Our Return to Flagstaff
Green Bay, Wisconsin
April 25, 2006
The only other complaint we had was that the sofa bed and the bed in the bedroom were very uncomfortable. Out of 7 nights, I slept only one night as the bed was terrible. RCI neglects to make people aware of the Smoking Policy at all resorts, and we had no knowledge it was a voluntary non-smoking resort and that we were expected to smoke outside, in spite of the fact it was 20ºF some nights. I had requested an ionizer, which they did have, but we were never given one. We enjoyed our stay and the accommodations in spite of the previously mentioned drawbacks. Housekeeping was very prompt and efficient. The resort is very nice, but we were surprised to find that their pool was empty and the charge to use a neighboring pool was $12 per person. We were usually gone during the day, so the unit served its purpose as far as having a home base to operate from.
From journal Touring Arizona
June 27, 2005
From journal Flagstaff at Easter 2005
Glen Rock, New Jersey
May 1, 2005
From journal The wonders of Sedona and Flagstaff
September 3, 2003
From journal Grand Canyon--when to go!
San Antonio, Texas
December 18, 2002
Our unit was clean and large; no problems with the unit at all. The only drawback to the loft bedroom was a lack of any dresser drawers. There was a round table where I had to stack clothes for the kids. The hot tub on the deck was used each night with great delight. The only noise we heard was a woodpecker early one morning.
We didn't use any of the on-site amenities, however we did try to get advice from the travel consultant. Each morning we visited the office, she was busy with families. We left after staying 30 minutes each day and ventured on our own.
In summary, we loved the unit. It is a great home base to explore Arizona.
From journal From Texas to the Grand Canyon and back
camden county, New Jersey
November 16, 2002
Walk upstairs from the main foyer entry to the kitchen, living, and dining area with cathedral ceiling and lovely gas-log fireplace. Queen size sleeper sofa in the living room and a deck off the dining area and also the master bedroom on lower level. Decorated in Southwestern style decor with leather sofa.
From journal Northern Arizona and Grand Canyon Family Trip