|Flagstaff City Facts|
|Country||USA (United State of America)|
|Total Area||98.3 sq miles|
|Lat Long Coordinates||35.1981° N, 111.6506° W|
|Time Zone||MST (UTC−07:00)|
|Demonyms||Flagstonian or Flagstaffian|
|Museums||Arizona Historical Society Pioneer Museum, Museum of Northern Arizona|
|Universities||Northern Arizona University|
Hotels in Flagstaff are the favorite lounges of the tourists. These hotels provide all facilities required by its guests including lip-smacking dishes. Residence Inn Flagstaff, Amerisuites Flagstaff ,Fairfield Inn Flagstaff, Embassy Suites Hotel Flagstaff, Comfort Inn I-17 & I-40, Hampton Inn and Suites Flagstaff, Little America Hotel and Towers, La Quinta Inn and Suites Flagstaff, Econo Lodge University and Holiday Inn Express Flagstaff are the world-class hotels in the city.
Places of Attraction:
The passage of Route 66 through Flagstaff has made the city a popular tourist stop. Hiking, biking, fishing in mountain lakes and downhill and cross-country skiing in winter are the favorite activities of the tourists. The sky shows and interactive exhibits at Lowell Observatory and stroll through Arboretum are the other interesting and exciting things in the city. Riordan State Historic Park, Grand Canyon, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona's red rocks, Native American reservations and various national monuments like Walnut Canyon National Monument, Wupatki National Monument and Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument attract tourists from far and wide.
The long history of Flagstaff is best defined by its lumbering and logging activities. In the year 1876 lumberjacks founded this settlement and the place got its name ‘Flagstaff' from the nailing of an U.S. flag at the top of a tall pine tree. Later on the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad that came to Flagstaff in 1882 further assured and accelerated the economic growth of Flagstaff. Flagstaff is now home to a population of about 45,900.