The two-room Master Bedroom to the Original Estate-first floor
Walking into the Southwest Suite is like walking into a mini-museum of Southwestern Native artifacts. A Kiva gas fireplace is the centerpiece of this bedroom’s sitting area, and is very visible from the king-sized bed. Lots of pillows (feather, down and poly-blend) furnish the wood and wrought iron bed. Next to your bed are lights on either side, including an I-Home clock radio with an iPod connection. A large oversized chair and ottoman face the bedroom’s television armoire, which has a DVD/VHS player and cable TV. Next to the armoire is a clothes hanging rack and a luggage rack. Track lighting and an overhead room fan are also found in the main bedroom.
Southwest Suite’s brick walls date back to1894 when the house was a modest one-bedroom home. Walk through the French doors out to the separate winterized “porch” that houses a two-person jetted tub with dimmable overhead lights. Artifacts abound in this suite, reminding our guests of our Northern Arizona Native heritage. Our jetted tubs are highlighted by a large bath caddy with bath salts, wash cloth, louffah, glycerine soap, and even a pirate rubber ducky to accompany you while you bathe. Dim the overhead lights, sit back and soak in luxury. Two full-length micro-fiber bathrobes wait, ready to warmly wrap you in the adjacent bathroom. Heat is provided by our circulating hot water system with British thermostat, and a through wall A/C unit with remote control is available for summer cooling. A pullout twin bed is found in the large sofa chair in the porch room, and a separate side door gives access to the Inn’s parking lot directly from your room.
Southwest Suite’s bath offers a cultured marble vanity for spreading out your toiletries. Your vanity offerings consist of: Hairdryer, makeup mirror, Gilchrist & Soames oatmeal soap, body lotion and conditioning shampoo, another bar of glycerine soap, our personal toiletry jar filled with makeup remover, Q-tips and cotton balls. A coffeemaker with Seattle’s Best coffee as well as decaf, coffee amenities including all types of sweeteners and International Delight Vanilla creamer, coffee mugs, wine glasses and wine opener, complimented by an in-room refrigerator, are all included. Southwest Suite’s bathroom is also equipped with a modern tub and shower. An ironing board with an included iron is found in the room’s armoire. Bathroom heating and night lights are also provided.
Southwest Suite is a very quiet retreat for two (or three) that takes you back to the original turn of the 20th Century home, but is furnished with numerous modern amenities.
The Inn at 410 "The Place with the Personal Touch" In Historic Downtown Flagstaff, 410 N. Leroux Street