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Address and Contact Info

Little America Hotel, Flagstaff
2515 East Butler Avenue
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Telephone: (928) 779-7900
Fax: (928) 779-7983




Little America is situated on 500 magnificent pine covered acres at the base of the San Francisco Peaks & surrounded by one of the world's greatest scenic & recreation areas. The careful planning that went into every stage of our development is evident everywhere the visitor looks.


Exceptional accommodations, service and hospitality are yours at Little America Hotel, Flagstaff. Located on 500 acres of ponderosa pine forest, Flagstaff offers awe-inspiring sightseeing and recreational opportunities to the Grand Canyon, Sedona, various national monuments and the Arizona Snowbowl every season of the year. Flagstaff features 247 luxurious guest rooms, designed with floor to ceiling windows, imported marble and spacious baths & dressing areas.


The Little America Hotel offers 240 luxurious, oversized guestrooms and 7 suites, each with 42" LG LED HD flat screen televisions, down pillows, and other luxury amenities. The grounds are beautifully landscaped. Attended to by an eager and friendly staff, you will be impressed by the quality of service and commitment to excellence.

Guest Amenities:

Iron and ironing board
Free HBO
Two-line phones
Concierge services
Outdoor hot tub
Fitness center
Two mile hiking trail
Badminton available
Horseshoe pits
Coin operated laundry facilities
In-hotel dining
In-Room Safes
24-hour service station
42" LG LED HD Flatscreen Televisions 
40 standard and HD cable channels and free HBO
Dial up, DSL and Wi-Fi
Courtesy airport shuttle 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Heated outdoor pool (open seasonally)
Children's playground
Sand volleyball court
Overnight laundry & dry cleaning
Room service
Gift shop
Business center
24-hour convenience store
Hot Grill & Deli open 5:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily

Dining Facilities:

While Little America is renowned for its outstanding Holiday Brunches, all of our dining options are equally unsurpassed. The Silver Pine Restaurant & Bar provides the perfect atmosphere and menu for everything from a romantic dinner to an important business lunch or a relaxing breakfast. From our Silver Pine Bar menu to In-Room dining service, there are dining options for every occasion and palate.

Meeting Facilities:

Little America Hotel, Flagstaff offers over 13,750 square feet of meeting space with ten conference rooms including a 6,000 square foot Grand Ballroom. Delectable menus catering to your group’s specific tastes and needs will satisfy even the most discriminating palates.

Executive Staff:

Fred Reese, General Manager

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Where can I get snow attire?

Wal-Mart, about 1.3 miles away from the hotel, 2601 E. Huntington Ave, (928) 774-3409. Target, 3.5 miles from the hotel, 1650 S. Milton Rd., (928) 774-3500. The Flagstaff Mall, about 4 miles from the hotel, 4650 N. Highway 89, (928) 527-8692.

2. Where can I play in the snow (i.e. snowboarding, skiing, sledding)?

Arizona Snowbowl is Flagstaff's only skiing and snowboarding area. Located 14 miles Northwest from the hotel. For additional places and information about available snow sports in the area, view the Flagstaff Winter Recreation Map, provided courtesy the Flagstaff Convention and Visitors Bureau.

3. How much does it cost to get into Arizona Snowbowl? What are their hours? Do they have any packages?

Please contact our concierges for the latest information on ski conditions, lift ticket prices or sky ride information. Email is info@flagstaff.littleamerica.com

4. What is there to do in Flagstaff?

Flagstaff is full of fun things to do. You could visit the Lowell Observatory, the Riordon Mansion, the Museum of Northern Arizona, the Pioneer Museum, the Arboretum, go ice skating, bowling, go skiing or hiking at Arizona Snowbowl, and/or horseback riding.

5. What is there to do in the area?

Flagstaff is the perfect hub-and-spoke location to visit Grand Canyon National Park and numerous National Monuments, Historic locations and Lowell Observatory. Please see the Concierge for details.

6. Are there places to go hiking/biking?

Hiking trails can be found all throughout the San Francisco peaks, Mt. Elden and Walnut Canyon. For biking, Schultz Pass Road is the best trail.

7. Where can I go fishing?

Lake Mary, Sedona trout farm or Oak Creek.

8. Where is a good place to eat other than at the hotel?

There are many places to go and eat in Flagstaff. Top five for breakfast: La Bellavia, Brandy's, Miz Zips Café, Mike & Ronda’s the Place, MartAnne’s. Top five for lunch: Busters, Jitterbox, Macy's Café, Plaza Bonita , Satchmo’s. Top five for dinner: Cottage Place, Brix, Pasto's, Josephine’s, Black Bart's.

9. Where can I go and see the leaves change?

Drive up to Snowbowl and ride on the scenic ski ride or through Oak Creek Canyon (on the route to Sedona), and/or through Highway 180.

10. How far is Phoenix from Flagstaff?

A two and a half hour drive, approximately 149 miles.

11. How far is Sedona from Flagstaff?

Approximately 30 miles, taking 45 minutes to drive.

12. What is there to do in Sedona?

Fishing, shopping, jeep rides, Slide Rock State Park, hiking through the red rocks, hot air balloon rides, horseback rides, visit the Vortex, art galleries, Imax theater, golf, or sample one of the exquisite restaurants.

13. How far is Grand Canyon National Park from Flagstaff?

Approximately 80 miles, taking about an hour and a half driving.

14. What is there to do at Grand Canyon National Park?

Rim coach tours, ATV tours, horseback rides, hiking, white water rafting, air tours (helicopter or airplane), the Imax theater, visit the view points, shop or take the Grand Canyon Railway scenic tour.