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Grand Canyon Railway Hotel

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Out of all your choices for Grand Canyon hotels, you won't find a better choice than Grand Canyon Railway Hotel. Nestled amongst the Ponderosa pine forest in Williams, Arizona - "Gateway to the Grand Canyon®" - and owned and operated by Grand Canyon Railway, our hotel is one of the finest in the Grand Canyon - Flagstaff - Williams area. The Grand Canyon Railway Hotel is located next to the Williams Depot and just two blocks north of downtown and Route 66.

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