The Winslow - Winslow, AZ

Rest. Relax. Explore Winslow.

Nestled near the iconic Standin’ On the Corner attraction and surrounded by vibrant hot spots, restaurants, and entertainment, our hotel introduces a fresh concept to the town. Embracing contemporary design and a laid-back atmosphere, we extend a warm welcome to the road warrior, the weary traveler, and the fun-seeking adventurer alike. Situated along the historic Route 66, we offer more than just a place to stay – we provide a haven to unwind, rejuvenate, and immerse yourself in the rich history and culture of Winslow, Arizona.

table top

1 King

250 sqft

Perfect for solo travelers or couples, our King rooms boast premium pillow-top bedding, and a spacious well-lit work area.

2 Queens

270 sqft

Ideal for families or groups seeking extra space, our Two Queen Standard Room offers ideal accommodations with comfort in mind.

King Bunk

272 sqft

Tailored for families desiring more space, our King Bunk rooms offer a comfortable arrangement with a king bed and single bunk beds for a relaxed stay.

  • Live Like The Owners Owner's Suite

    Indulge in an extraordinary experience by booking our Owner’s Suite, where every detail reflects the owner’s personal taste, creating a private hotel ambiance for your stay.

  • Live Like The Owners Owner's Suite

  • Live Like The Owners Owner's Suite

  • Live Like The Owners Owner's Suite

  • Live Like The Owners Owner's Suite

comfort in Every Guest Room

Room Amenities

We’ve added thoughtful amenities throughout The Winslow to make your stay comfortable and relaxing. Enjoy our complimentary breakfast, our 24/7 menu featuring a variety of quick and healthy eats and a lobby pantry offering snacks, beverages and toiletry items. And workout anytime in our 24-hour fitness center which includes a Peloton Bike.


Iron/Ironing Board Available


Clothes Steamer


Complimentary Wifi

Desk with Chair

Coffee/Tea Service


Relax and have fun

Our public spaces are made for relaxation. But if you are in the mood to have some fun, our outdoor communal area with pool tables and bocce ball will keep you busy. And be sure to grab a snack from our dining area while you’re at it.

  • Outdoor Courtyard

    Grab a drink and a snack from our Lobby Bar and head outdoors for outdoor dining and lawn games. And if it is chilly, cozy up by our fire pit.

  • On-Site Fitness Center

    To stay in shape during your stay, visit our 24-hour fitness center and enjoy state-of-the-art fitness equipment including a Peloton Bike.

  • Electric Car Charging Station

    Charge your vehicle while you rest and relax at The Winslow. Special ‘stay n’ Charge” packages available.

  • Dedicated Meeting Space

    Need a place to meet? We can accommodate up to 60 people in this new, contemporary space.

Grab a Bite to Eat

Food & Beverage

Our 24/7 menu, buffet breakfast, and well stocked pantry will make sure you have what you need when you need it. No need to roam around town looking for food when you wake up in the morning or at the end of a long day.
  • Continental Breakfast

    Enjoy our coffee bar, fresh baked goods and assortment of hot and cold breakfast foods each morning.
  • The Pantry

    Need a snack or forget your toothbrush? Our pantry is stocked with things to help you out in a pinch.

    Be sure to check with our onsite Restaurant & Bar for our daily specials available every evening between 4-6 PM.
  • Sunset illuminating a train from behind near our lodging in Winslow, AZ
  • The famous corner in Winslow, AZ near our hotel on Route 66
Local Attractions


Clear Creek Reservoir

Clear Creek Reservoir, a scenic tributary to the Little Colorado River, unveils its captivating allure as it winds north from the majestic Mogollon Rim. Embraced by the sandstone walls near Winslow, Arizona, the creek transforms into a narrow lake, offering a haven for water enthusiasts.

7 miles east on AZ-99.

Arizona 66 Trading Company

Looking for something to take home as a reminder of your visit to Winslow? Or Route 66? Then stop by the Arizona 66 Trading Company before heading out of town, The store exudes a certain Wild West vibe right In the heart of town right oRoute 66. T-shirts. Art. Local jewelry. Even home décor. You’ll find it all in one place at this one-of-a-kind souvenir store.

The Church of the Mother Road In Winslow AZ

The Church of the Mother Road

While its claim as the world’s smallest church may be debatable, The Church of the Mother Road may very well be the smallest church on Route 66. The two-seater house of worship, located a half a block east of Standin’ on the Corner Park, may not have a pastor, congregation, or regularly scheduled services, but it’s more than a novelty for visitors seeking a sense of calm and spirituality in the hot desert air.

Standin' On The Corner Park

Winslow Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center

The Winslow Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center is actually an historic site, dating back over a century, that plays a preeminent role in promoting the old and new Winslow. From brochures to tours and maps, the Center provides detailed information and advice to help visitors make the most of their stay in Winslow. Just arriving? Then why not stretch your legs on the great trails right behind the center?

9/11 Rememberance Day Memorial

9/11 Remembrance Park

The 9/11 Remembrance Garden is located on the outskirts of the eastern part of town. It is one of the memorials created in remembrance of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 by communities all across the country. The replica of the Twin Towers on display in the garden is constructed of two steel, rusted girders from the actual towers.

Snowdrift Perfect Shortening Sign

Snowdrift Art Space

Winslow is not just about history. There’s an artful side to our community too. Take in some contemporary sculpture at Snowdrift Art Space, located in the former 1914 Babbitt Brothers Mercantile Building on Route 66, Today, all that natty attire has given way to a combination gallery, studio and home for sculptor Dan Lutzick.

The Old Train Museum near our Winslow AZ Hotel

Old Trails Museum

Everything you ever wanted to know about Winslow’s rich history and then some. It can all be found in the Old Trails Museum. Named after the National Old Trails Road, the museum tells the story of the many historic trails, trading routes, rails and roads that have passed through Winslow. This small (and free!) museum is packed with memorabilia that brings the town’s historic past to life.

1st Street Pathway Park

1st Street Pathway Park

The best way to take in all of Winslow. This picturesque city park links many of Winslow’s historic sites together through a beautifully landscaped pathway that encompasses six city blocks. Along the way you’ll see interpretive exhibits covering the town’s history and culture – especially its past and current ties to the railroad.

Standin' on The Corner Park with a Route 66 Sign

Standin’ On The Corner Park

“Standin’ on a corner in Winslow Arizona.” Who would have thought that a line from a rock song could come to define an entire town? Take It Easy, The Eagles’ hit penned by Glen Frey and Jackson Brown, has helped put Winslow back in the national spotlight, as well as giving birth to the Standin’ on the Corner Park – located on the “corner” of Kinsley & 2nd Streets. The park is home to bronze statues of the songwriters, a mural and, of course, a flatbed Ford just like the one in the song.

Route 66

Perhaps no road is more emblematic of mid-20th Century America than Route 66 – which once carried travelers all the way from Chicago to Santa Monica. Today, much of “The Main Street of America” or ”Mother Road”, and its legendary roadside attractions, has faded into history. But Arizona remains the longest stretch of the original Route 66 in the U.S. This classic part of Americana still defines Winslow in many ways.

Running the length of town for 5 and 1/2 miles.

The Jack Rabbit Trading Post

Jack Rabbit Trading Post

A throwback to the kitschy roadside attractions that once lined Route 66, the Jack Rabbit Trading Post may be located along I-40, but it’s better suited to the legendary highway. The shop is one of five Route 66 attractions to survive the creation of the interstate. How do you know you’re in the right place? Just look for the giant rabbit.

19 miles east on I-40.

desert sunset

Two Guns

Its name sounds straight out of a Hollywood western. This abandoned ghost town definitely fits the script. Two Guns, originally known as Canyon Lodge, is purported to have been a winter hideaway for Billy the Kid. The site started out as a modest trading post run by a couple of westward bound homesteaders at the beginning of the 19th century. It later evolved into a kitschy roadside stop on Route 66 before closing in the 1980’s.

23 miles east on I-40.

Grand Falls (Chocolate Falls)

Grand Falls

If you’re fortunate enough to be in the Winslow area during the spring snowmelt or the late summer monsoon season, you might want to head through the Navajo Nation to the Grand Falls. Owing to its milk-chocolate hue, the waterfall is also known as Chocolate Falls. The falls soar over 185 feet high, well exceeding Niagara Falls’ 167-foot height.

47 miles northwest on AZ-99 N.

Apache Death Cave

The stuff of legends. This cave gets its name from the story of an Apache raiding party and the Navajo who sought revenge for a massacre.The Navajo discovered the raiders from the smoke of a fire in an underground cave. After killing the guards, the Navajo lit fires at the opening to the cave, filling it with smoke and leaving 42 Apaches to suffocate in the smoky air inside the cave. Even today, some say the area is cursed.

23 miles west on I-40.

Rock Art Canyon Ranch (Chevelon Canyon)

Rock Art Canyon Ranch

Where Arizona’s past is etched in stone encompassing 5,000 acres between Winslow and Holbrook, this working cattle farm is home to one of the best preserved and most extensive collections of ancient petroglyphs in the world. Look closely and you’ll find long ago Native American Images etched into the rocks that adorn the canyon’s cliff faces, alcoves and overhangs. Also check out the Anasazi ruins and a Navajo hogan and sweat house.

23 miles east on AZ-99 E and Mc Laws Rd.

A Meteor Crater

Meteor Crater

About 50,000 years ago, a meteorite slammed into the Arizona desert at twenty-six thousand miles an hour. The scar it left in the landscape is now a popular tourist attraction and the best preserved meteorite impact site in the world. The crater is almost one mile in diameter and over 550 feet deep.

26 miles west on I-40.

Sweeping view of the Painted Desert near our Grand Canyon area hotel

Painted Desert and the Petrified Forest National Park

For an otherworldly experience, visit the moonscape-like terrain of Petrified Forest National Park and the Painted Desert. Here you’ll discover the hills of the badlands as well as flat-topped mesas and buttes. The park’s 28 mile topography metamorphosizes from striations of desert tans to marble blues before culminating in the deep desert reds of the Painted Forest.

58 miles east on I-40.

Early sunset over Homolovi State Park near our Winslow, Arizona hotel

The Homolovi State Park

Homolovi” is Hopi for “Place of the Little Hills” — the traditional name for Winslow. The Homolovi State Park is a massive historical site that contains the ruins of several ancient Native American villages. The site is characterized by stone tools, petroglyphs (prehistoric rock carvings), pottery and traditional pit houses spread over 4,000 acres. Explore the ruins and take in the incredible scenery of the surrounding desert. Or go for a hike along the paths using interpretive signs as a guide.

7.2 miles east on I-40 and the Homolovi State Park Entrance Rd.

Sweeping view of the Grand Canyon near our Winslow, Arizona hotel

Grand Canyon National Park

The Grand Canyon National Park is home to one of the world’s most famous natural icons – the Grand Canyon. Dropping over a mile to the floor below, the Canyon offers unsurpassed views of one of nature’s most amazing geological wonders. Its layered bands of red rock reveal millions of years of geological history that attracts visitors from all over the world.

126 miles northwest on I-40 and US-89W.

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