While Grand Canyon Adventures doesn’t pick up at Airbnbs, they can still be a great money saver. On January 1, 2017 a new law went into effect that removes all regulation from Airbnb hosting in Arizona. Legislators agreed to collect tax from Airbnb hosts, and in return there is no limit on duration of stay or number of guests. Supporters argue that deregulation will allow Arizona residents to make extra income, and out-of-state visitors a new avenue to explore the Grand Canyon State. Most of the money from both the guest and host stays in the state.
From $20 to $1200 a night, Airbnb in Flagstaff accommodates anyone’s travel plans.
A spokeswoman for Gov. Ducey said, “this is a win-win for Arizona, its citizens and everyone who wants to come explore the Grand Canyon State.” If YOU want to explore northern Arizona this is great news. Lodging is more affordable which means our #1 TripAdvisor rated tours are accessible to more people. We pick up at every hotel, as well as any Airbnb in Flagstaff so long as the rental location is within 5 miles of our office in the middle of Flagstaff.
For those who don’t know, Airbnb is a service that allows people to easily rent out their homes or spare rooms to visitors. Staying at an Airbnb is a totally different experience than staying at a hotel. There is no room service or formal employees, but the informality and privacy of an Airbnb may be just what you’re looking for.