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Holiday Inn Williams
1150 West Cataract Lake Rd.
Williams, AZ 86046 US

Econo Lodge Williams
302 East SR 66
Williams, AZ 86046

Quality Inn
1029 N Grand Canyon Blvd
Williams, AZ 86046

Mountain Ranch Resort
6701 E Mountain Ranch Rd
Williams, AZ 86046

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About Williams

Williams is located in Coconino County, Arizona, in the largest stand of Ponderosa pine trees. Because it is 60 miles south of the Grand Canyon, this community is a tourist destination with a number of inns and motels. Founded in 1880, the city of Williams got its name after the famous trapper, scout and mountain man, "Old Bill Williams." In his memory the residents built a statue of "Old Bill" that can been seen in at Monument Park, situated in the west side of the city. Also the mountain south of Williams is named after him, Bill Williams Mountain. The city is also known as the "Gateway to the Grand Canyon".

For the nature lovers, Williams offers a great deal of opportunities and attractions. During holiday seasons, Williams is very popular among tourists. Because Wlliams is surrounded by the Kaibab National Forest and the Bill Williams Mountain area, visitors can camp here, hike and fish in 7 lakes. In the winter there is enough snow in Williams to practice skiing and a lot of other winter activities, down Sycamore Canyon. The summer has very cool temperature in Williams. Because of its pine tree forests, Williams is a very popular destination for the inhabitants of the nearby desserts.

Williams has a lot of Old West and Route 66 characteristics with its saloons, bordellos, and shops. In the historic district of Williams a walk on the brick sidewalks can bring sounds and scenes of the past times. The tourists can also be entertained by cowboys and participate in mock train robberies in Grand Canyon Railway & Resort and Williams Depot.

Williams is also famous as being the last town to have its section of Route 66 bypassed. Williams is for those tourists that want to relive history of the magical Old West or the nostalgia of Route 66.