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Popular amenities for Williams vacation rentals

Stay near Williams's top sights

Bearizona Wildlife Park344 locals recommend
Cruiser's Route 66 Cafe48 locals recommend
Pine Country Restaurant47 locals recommend
Grand Canyon Railway39 locals recommend
Grand Canyon Railway Hotel76 locals recommend
Goldies Route 66 Diner3 locals recommend

Quick stats about vacation rentals in Williams

  • Total rentals

    220 properties

  • Rentals with dedicated workspaces

    130 properties have a dedicated workspace

  • Pet-friendly rentals

    90 properties allow pets

  • Family-friendly rentals

    170 properties are a good fit for families

  • Total number of reviews

    19K reviews

  • Nightly prices starting at

    $60 before taxes and fees

Your guide to Williams

Welcome to Williams

The mountain town of Williams leans hard into its status as a classic Western destination. Historic Route 66 runs through downtown, and local businesses maintain the atmosphere of a mid-century road trip with twinkling neon signage and classic soda fountains. At night, actors dressed as cowboys recreate gun fights in the street, and travelers pour forth from the Grand Canyon Railway, whose terminus is in town. Located just an hour from the Grand Canyon, Williams is a popular destination for travelers looking to explore the natural wonder. The town is surrounded by a bevy of outdoor enticements, including the Kaibab National Forest, whose lake-dotted, ponderosa pine-enrobed acres are home to elks, bobcats, and owls. In the winter, Williams makes for a cozy retreat — and if you tire of snowgazing over a mug of hot chocolate, Flagstaff’s bustling ski resort is just half an hour away.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Williams

Spring and fall in Williams offer moderate, warm weather, while in the summer temperatures can soar and rain showers arrive, especially in the month of August. Expect crowds throughout the sunny months, as visitors course through Williams on their way to the Grand Canyon. In the winter, the town slows down and you can enjoy the seasonal idyll cozying up inside or exploring the breathtaking scenery of the surrounding wilderness transformed by snow. In June, sparkling vintage cars line the street during the annual Williams Historic Route 66 Car Show.

Top things to do in Williams

Grand Canyon Railway

The trip to the Grand Canyon rivals the actual destination aboard this train. Accommodations range from bench seating in a circa-1923 train car to a two-story luxury lounge with a private bar, downstairs lounge, and glass viewing dome up top. As if the view weren’t enough — you’ll travel through desert, prairie, and pine forests — musicians dressed as cowboys roam the cars, serenading passengers with guitar and banjo ballads.

Pete’s Gas Station Museum

This pleasingly cluttered homegrown museum inside a restored gas station showcases vintage gas station paraphernalia, road signage, telephones, cash registers, and other relics of the golden age of car travel. Snap a few photos with the vintage automobile with whitewall tires parked next to a pair of old-fashioned glass bulb gas pumps, and grab a souvenir in the kitschy gift shop.

Kaibab National Forest

Although the nearby Grand Canyon tends to get most of the fanfare, Kaibab National forest is a worthy stop for any nature lover. In addition to more than 300 miles of scenic hiking trails, the forest is also home to 1,000-year-old petroglyphs and creek-carved gorges that have been naturally shaped into otherworldly forms. The forest’s relatively secluded atmosphere may be a welcome comedown from Grand Canyon crowds.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Are there vacation rentals with a dedicated workspace in Williams?

    Yes! Work meets play with ease at over 130 vacation rentals in Williams featuring dedicated workspaces. Stay connected and productive in your home away from home.

  • Are there pet-friendly vacation rentals in Williams?

    Four-legged friends are welcome in Williams. Choose from more than 90 vacation rentals for guests traveling with pets.

  • How much does it cost to stay in cabin rentals in Williams?

    Experience the best of Williams with our cabin rentals, starting at about $150 per day, before taxes and fees. Embrace comfort and style while staying within your budget in your home away from home.

  • Do house rentals in Williams have self check-in?

    Absolutely! We offer over 50 house rentals with self check-in in Williams. Enjoy a tailored experience with all the comforts you desire.

  • Do cabin rentals in Williams have wifi?

    Absolutely! We offer over 10 cabin rentals with wifi in Williams. Enjoy a tailored experience with all the comforts you desire.

  • Do campsite rentals in Williams have a bbq area?

    Absolutely! We offer over 20 campsite rentals with a bbq area in Williams. Enjoy a tailored experience with all the comforts you desire.

  • Are there family-friendly house rentals in Williams?

    Williams has more than 110 family-friendly house rentals. Amenities on the property may include high chairs, travel cribs, or strollers.

  • What are the most popular amenities for House Rentals in Williams?

    Enhance your stay in our House Rentals with the most popular amenities: over 60 homes with a bbq area, over 110 homes with wifi, over 50 homes with self check-in, and more. Indulge in the ultimate retreat, tailored to your preferences.

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