The friendly and casual atmosphere of the hotel will make each stay an inviting experience where guests can enjoy a classic stay in Arizona's back country. Event facilities consist of a meeting/conference room and banquet facilities. The staff can arrange concierge services, tour/ticket assistance, wedding services and event catering. Additional amenities include multilingual staff and gift shops/news stands. The family-friendly lodge has complimentary parking. This air-conditioned hotel comprises a total of 66 rooms. Guests are welcomed in the lobby, which offers a 24-hour reception and a 24-hour check-out service, as well as a hotel safe. Younger guests can let off steam in the children's playground and there is an on-site restaurant. Guests arriving by car may leave their vehicles in the hotel car park.Pet friendly suites must be reserved in advance due to high demand. Fees and restrictions are applied. When checking- in, a valid credit card or cash deposit and photo identification is required. When checking in picture identification a deposit hold via major credit card (cash and debit cards are not accepted) is required at check-in for any incidentals and hold is removed at the time of check-out and inspection of unit.The rooms open out to balconies. Guest rooms have televisions with satellite channels and DVD players. All accommodation units provide telephones and have kitchenettes with microwaves, fridges, coffee/tea makers and cookware, dishes and utensils. The en suite bathrooms offer shower/tub combinations, hairdryers and complimentary toiletries. Additional amenities include CD players, irons/ironing boards and clock radios, in-room safes, air conditioning and central heating. All rooms are accessible via exterior corridors. Housekeeping is offered weekly. Cots (infant beds) and rollaway beds are available. All guest rooms are non-smoking.
From Phoenix Metro Area take Highway 87 (Beeline Highway) to Payson. Once in Payson turn east onto Highway 260 and travel approximately 26 km. The hotel will be on the right-hand side of Highway 260.