El Pinado Hotel

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This historic hotel was built prior to 1905, and was once the main hotel in town for railroad employees and ranch workers to stay at. During recent renovations, workers uncovered hidden doors, old newspapers and even a resident ghost. Staff and visitors at the restored building have allegedly heard disembodied footsteps, and seen a male apparition in cowboy boots on the upper floor.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

Second St
Williams, AZ
United States

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35.24986392214335, -112.18829566227214
Coconino County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Williams, AZ (0.2 mi.)
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Valle, AZ (28.0 mi.)
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Kachina Village, AZ (29.9 mi.)
Flagstaff, AZ (30.5 mi.)
Mountainaire, AZ (31.6 mi.)
Clarkdale, AZ (33.9 mi.)
West Sedona, AZ (34.2 mi.)


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