La Posada Hotel

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303 E Second St
Winslow, AZ 86047

Foursquare Tips

  • The hotel is on Amtrak's Southwest Chief train line and its Turquoise Room restaurant serves up original recipes, such as coq au vin and French apple pie.
  • This place is like eating and staying in an upscale art gallery meets historic museum. Beautiful grounds, comfy room, and fascinating art and historic interior.
  • If you make it to Winslow, this place is a " must see"!
  • Hotel encantador
  • The La Posada is a diamond in the desert rough. Masterfully restored, check out the art collections from resident artist and featured Smithsonian artist Tina Mion.
  • Great experience. Courteous staff. Wonderful piece of railroad history. Great value for history buffs. Have to step up into the bathroom which could be a safety concern. Beautiful place to stay
  • A stay is like a journey troutgh time
  • Art Gallery, luxury, 1930 Railway Hotel
  • The hand painted tableware in the gift shop is not to be missed. Reproduction plates, mugs, and bowls based off of what was used in classic dining cars.
  • Enjoy the grand rambling building with a history lesson around every corner.
  • Great historic building. Tonight there is a book signing event, Dawn of the Dinosaurs. La Posada has been great partnering with the park for these presentations! 7-9pm.
  • I bought a hand crafted coffee mug here. There was a large gift shop.
  • If you have a Tesla, they have 2 chargers to help you get to your next destination. And if you have a dog, they're pet friendly. The only place I'll stay at in the future.
  • This Winslow, AZ property dates back to 1930, when it was designed by architect Mary Colter. Its listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Love the place!
  • If you love la Posada please join the Fred Harvey Mary Colter Fan Page on Facebook.
  • Here for Station to Station? Tag your posts #TrackSTS and they'll show up on http://stationtostation.com
  • Fantastic place to stop and get a great meal and learn the history of Fred Harvey's hotels and how the current owners fought to keep this beautiful place alive.
  • Killer vegetable is spicy but marvelous :)
  • Don't forget about the great outdoor spaces!