Radisson Woodlands Hotel, Flagstaff, Arizona – Review

We stayed at this property for one night using the free night certificate we earned during Club Carlson’s “Stay One, Get One” promo. I have to say that Club Carlson has really come through in the past couple of years when it comes to promotions and credit card products, and we were really happy to have been able to stay at this beautiful property in this beautiful city for free.

Hotel entrance

Hotel entrance

We did this visit as part of our Vegas and Grand Canyon trip a couple of weeks ago.

The hotel has free Wifi, which was pretty reliable. Parking is free and the hotel is also near the highway for quick access back out of the city.

Flagstaff is located at 7,000 feet above sea-level, and while we didn’t really feel the altitude as much, it was very cold for our standards, so it was nice to walk into the lobby and sit by the fireplace for a few minutes.

Front desk

Front desk

Lobby with fireplace

Lobby with fireplace

The hotel also has a small bar and lounge area where you can get away from the cold and enjoy a nice scotch to warm up. They have a restaurant as well, but we didn’t have time to visit it.

The bar

The bar

Bar lounge

Bar lounge

Our room had two double beds and not the greatest view, but we were in just for the night and didn’t really care so much about it. The room was definitely comfortable and up to Radisson standards. The beds had controls so you could adjust them to your own comfort.

The room

The room

Workstation and TV

Workstation and TV

The bathroom was spacious, had plenty of toiletries, great water pressure, and complimentary bottles of water.

Bathroom

Bathroom

Complimentary water bottles

Complimentary water bottles

Overall, it seemed like a great property to spend a couple of days. The area was nice, right by the mountains, and it seemed quiet and cozy. It’s too bad we couldn’t stay longer, but we were just in town for the night after a long drive from Vegas and driving back the following morning.

This was the second and final free night certificate we earned and used during Club Carlson’s “Stay One, Get One” promotion. We used the first certificate during our stay at the Radisson Admiral Toronto Harbourfront earlier this month.

If you’d like to accumulate some Club Carlson points for Radisson stays, the easiest way is by getting one of their U.S. Bank cards, which have different sign up bonuses all the way up to 85,000 points, and come with an even better perk, which is the ability to double your points value by taking advantage of their second night free feature. You can apply for the Club Carlson Premier Rewards VISA Signature card here.

 

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