Buffalo Pointe Inn - Williams35.24956, -112.19111
The 2-star Buffalo Pointe Inn places guests abound 12 km from Grand Canyon Deer Farm. The property features free self parking, a designated smoking area and a luggage storage.
The property is located within a 10-minute walk from the city center.
It will take a 55-minute drive to get to Pulliam Field airport.
Buffalo Pointe Inn offers 10 guestrooms appointed with free wireless internet, cable TV, a safe, a kitchen and a personal computer with all the sights of Williams within easy access. For more comfort a bathtub and a shower are provided.
Eat & Drink
Guests can share a meal in The Singing Pig BBQ Restaurant and Jessica's Family Restaurant, located about 100 meters away.
The hotel offers bicycle and car rentals to all guests.
Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 10.
Free Wi-Fi in public areas
On-site car park
Bar/ Lounge area
Leisure/ TV room
- Airport shuttle
- Room service
- Car rental
- Bicycle rental
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Shops/Commercial services
- Bar/ Lounge area
Spa & Leisure
- Garden area
- BBQ facilities
- Leisure/ TV room
- Air conditioning
- Shared kitchen
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
1 Queen-size bed1 Queen-size bed, 2 Queen-size beds
In the Room
1 King-size bed
In the Room
Sleeping arrangements for 3 persons
- City landmarks
Not much...This so called "hotel" is a rip off. It is over priced, uncomfortable and just plain cramped. From the crazy check in across the street to the "we ain't got no ice, but you can get it down at the Safeway"to the postage stamp size of the rooms, this place is ...what can I say...probably better than sleeping in the car
See above...hey, the little television didn't even work, and of course there was absolutely no one to call since the only staff on duty leaves early...
The room was really comfortable and the staff were very friendly and helpful.
The wifi wasn't working when we stayed.
Just on route 66, and closed to town. Breakfast is good. Hotel room is very small but since is a B&B you cannot expect all rooms like a hotel.
bed is uncomfortable, too soft and by back feel sore in the morning.
hard beds, crowded bathroom
It was a small and cozy property. The interior was old but in good condition.
There is no wifi as described here on Booked.net The property seems to be managed by the motel on the other side of the street.
At first, we thought this was a letdown, reading "For Check-In, see the folks at Country Inn across the street" on a note on the door, and ther found a message, "Will be back at 2 PM" on the desk. So we sat down on the rocking chairs on the front porch (Haven't sat on a front porch, let alone a rocking chair, for a long time. After a few rocks an attractive blonde appeared and all worked out well, we got the keys to a cozy room in an Inn at least as old as the Route 66 itself. Staying here was like living in the history of the US in all positive senses. Kind helpful folks like you'd expect it out West.
It's located close to Williams' main attractions. The breakfast and room were nice.
We were the only people in the Inn, but really the only one. Even the owner was nowhere to be seen. We had to pick up our keys at another inn (they probably own both, as guests from there had breakfast at the B Pointe Inn). At night, we locked the property ourselves, no one else seemed to bother to do the job. So that was a bit bizarre, although it wasn't not really a problem.
It's a nice place to stay. The decoration
The WIFI does not work in the rooms (you have to stay outside in the opposite part of the street in order to get internet signal). It was a little pricy compared to most of the motels in the surroundings.
The old house on rout 66 was very nice and typical. Position was excellent for visiting the grand canyon
The room was really really old, old furniture with a bad smell due to the old furniture and moquette. The bathroom was old too and so small that it was difficult to wash even teath. The shower was old and difficult to use.
It felt cozy and comfortable once I got the A/C working. It felt very 1930's, loved the beamed ceiling in the dining room. The continental breakfast had a good selection of items.
The bathroom was small, but adequate.
It was like going back in time to the Andy Griffith show. The town looked like something from the sixties. We really enjoyed our stay there.
The country furnishings and the comfort ofthe bed.
The Buffalo Pointe Inn is an exceptionally good value BUT it is currently up for sale due, apparently, to lack of business. We reserved three rooms which were very clean and far better than other local hotels (we go to Williams at least once a year) but we were the only guests in the hotel. In fact, the hotel is actually managed by the hotel across the street. We'd very happily stay there again -- as long as it's still in business.
Awesome little hotel. More like a b&B. Loved it, will make plans to stay again!!
At first I was a little upset because it was an older bed and breakfast. The room was small, but very comfortable. People at the b and b were very friendly and we enjoyed the cont. Breakfast. Nice outside plants and very clean. Would stay there again. Linda Kohler
Thye room was very small.