The Red Garter: Quaint Historic Building in Town Center

Ideally situated just across the road from the Grand Canyon Railway Station, the Red Garter B&B Inn in Williams, Arizona, is a place of history. A former saloon and brothel (if walls could talk…), the inn now offers lodging and a small town bakery. The two-story Victorian Romanesque building is a great place to stay before heading to the Grand Canyon and to enjoy Route 66. The history of the building, as well as the town, is very intriguing especially to those who are even the slightest bit interested in old west. The character and decor of the property is in beautiful taste and fits the antiquity of yesteryear. The Grand Canyon Railway train departs daily from across the street and the Grand Canyon is only half hour away. The inn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photo by Don Graham and used via Flickr Creative Commons.


The inn only has a few rooms, so book it fast. Each of the four guestrooms (Big Bertha’s Room, Best Gal’s Room, Madam’s Room, and Parlor) has an ensuite private bathroom and one or two queen size beds. Rates range from $135 to $160 per night. Enjoy a continental breakfast of delicious home-made buns, bagels, rolls or croissants, juice, yogurt, fruits and very good coffee.

Room Rates:

$135 – $160

Please note: These prices are rack rates and only meant as guidance for pricing. Please call hotel for exact rate.

137 W. Railroad Ave,
Williams, Arizona