People come from around the country to take on the powder at Sunrise Ski Resort, and our Pinetop hotel provides the perfect accommodations for a fantastic vacation.
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Pinetop, AZ, features the best of the great outdoors throughout the year. Skiing at Sunrise Ski Resort is a favorite recreational activity, but boating, fishing and hiking are the activities of choice during the summer months. Golfing is also popular, and there are many courses throughout the region for guests to practice their swing. Getting outdoors is a way of life around here.
The Winter Games and Dog Sled Races provide plenty of cold weather entertainment, while the annual Run to the Pines Car Show attracts luxury, exotic and collector car owners from around the nation. Hunting season is something everyone in the region waits for, and the annual Pow Wow brings together Native tribes from around the state.
Our Pinetop hotel is near a lot of restaurants, and we’re located in the heart of Pinetop close to fishing spots. There’s a great hiking trail just 500 feet from the hotel, and all guests are surrounded by a relaxing environment. Beautiful pine tree views and a number of golf courses provide the backdrop for our hotel.
We also welcome a number of business travelers to our Pinetop hotel, including guests in town for work with Safeway, Circle K, Arizona Fish and Game and Indian Health Services. No matter why you’re visiting Pinetop, whether for work, skiing or exploring, beat the Phoenix heat and enjoy spacious accommodations in a quiet, relaxing environment. At this hotel, we understand that you need to rejuvenate and feel right at home.
Book your upcoming, well-appointed room at Best Western Inn of Pinetop, where guests get a great value! Enjoy your stay.
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Pets allowed based on the availability of pet friendly rooms. Up to 2 dogs per room with a 80 pound weight limit. Additional pet types (cats, birds, etc) may be accepted at the hotel's discretion. Pet rate is $15 per pet, per day with a $100 per week maximum.
“What the heck died in the lobby?”
Kingston, NH on 20-Mar-18
The lobby smelled like a dead animal. A junkie tried to sell me a knife in the back parking lot in the dark while I was unloading our luggage. I gave him $5 and didn't take the knife, hoping he...
The rooms are extremely spacious. Available electrical outlets in areas of convenience could be increased. The decor is somewhat modern, but the walls seemed a bit sparse. The bathroom area was very...