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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Arizona Snowbowl Ski Specials

The Radisson Woodlands Hotel Flagstaff has been a long time friend/partner with Arizona Snowbowl Ski Resort, as well as a favorite 'home away from home' for skiers and snowboarders hitting the slopes in Northern Arizona.

For the 2011 ski season, The Radisson Flagstaff has 2 new packages created with the skier in mind.

1. Arizona Snowbowl Ski Package: a fan favorite, the ski package is back, including:
  • a warm and inviting guestroom,
  • Two adult Lift Ticket to Arizona Snowbowl, and
  • Breakfast for Two (voucher for up to $25 valid for use in our Woodlands Cafe).

The price is right at only $214 for the ski package and the hotel's location in Flagstaff just off of old route 66 is perfect with easy access to Snowbowl and all of the amenities to keep you warm and dry after a day of skiing (including jacuzzi and dry sauna!)

2. Skier's Special: this is an all new package made for the skier with season passes or those who already have their lift tickets. After a long day on the slopes, the last think skiers want to do is get in a car and drive hours to get home. The Radisson has what you wand and need:

  • Pizza
  • Pitcher (soda - upgrade to beer for an additional charge)
  • Movie
  • A great night's rest in a warm, comfortable guestroom.

This skiers Special is priced right at only $99 -- must present flier to redeem.

So, come, relax by the fire in the lobby of the Radisson Woodlands Hotel, take a dip in the piping hot whirlpool or relax in the hotel's dry sauna. After a hard day on the slopes, The Radisson Flagstaff is here to pamper you!

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Ultimate Flagstaff Getaway

Now you could win the Ultimate Flagstaff Getaway... FREE!

Enter The Radisson Woodlands Hotel Flagstaff's new sweepstakes before October 13 and you could win the Ultimate Flagstaff Getaway, including:

-2 nights room accommodations at the beautiful, comfortable Radisson Woodlands Hotel in a traditional or sleep number bed
-breakfast for 2 at the Woodlands Cafe (value up to $30)
-tickets for 2 to 5 of Flagstaff's top attractions including:
  • The Arboretum
  • Lowell Observatory
  • Pioneer Museum
  • Riordan Mansion
  • Museum of Northern Arizona

It's free to enter. To qualify to win the entrant must be at least 18 years of age and a fan of the Radisson Woodlands Facebook Fan page:

The Radisson Woodlands has long been a local favorite for Flagtaff visitors. Located just off of old route 66, the hotel offers both traditional and sleep number bed guestrooms, an outdoor heated pool, indoor jacuzzi, fitness room, a variety of meeting/converence rooms and 2 restaurants (one of which is the popular Sakura Sushi & Teppanyaki). The Radisson is also proud to offer free wifi throughout the hotel.

For more information or to book reservations visit

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Radisson's Reuben Stroller wins Governor's Spirit of Service Award

Radisson Woodlands Hotel is excited to announce that our own Reuben Stoller, teppan chef at Sakura Sushi & Teppanyaki, has won the Governor's Tourism Award for the 'Spirit of Service' awarded by the Arizona Office of Tourism.

The Spirit of Service Award is presented to the non-management tourism employee who best exemplifies the Arizona tourism industry's commitment to exceptional customer service.

Reuben displays all of the qualities that exemplify Arizona's tourism industry with his fantastic customer service, attention to detail and his wonderful personality.

On September 30, 2005, Reuben Stoller was hired at the Radisson Woodlands Hotel as a banquet cook. Reuben was a young chef who as very eager to learn the ropes in the kitchen. Within Reuben's first year of employment he was promoted to a line cook and then to a Teppan Chef Apprentice. Reuben has always been fascinated by watching people cook since he was a child, he has always been intrigued by the art of cooking. When Reuben received the opportunity to become a Teppan Chef Apprentice he knew that this was the career for him. After mastering his apprenticeship, Reuben was promoted to Teppan Chef and then in 2008 he was once again promoted to his current position of Lead Teppan Chef. Reuben began his restaurant career in Bisbee, Arizona where he grew up with his three brothers and two sisters. In Bisbee he worked at the Copper Queen Hotel in their in-house restaurant where he was a dishwasher. Reuben is a well rounded individual who loves the art of cooking and performing, spending time with his family, playing softball on the Radisson softball team, and is an outdoor enthusiast who loves to go camping and spending time outdoors.

Reuben is the face of Sakura. He has received numerous compliments and letter from our out of town guests as well as locals who will come to the restaurant time and time again just to see Reuben's show and be surprised by what new tricks he will incorporate into his show. "Reuben was our teppan chef and he was by far the best chef I've seen. He put on a show that rivals the best chefs I've seen in LA & Phoenix" claims a Radisson Woodlands guest who had the pleasure of viewing Reuben's show. Reuben has had the honor of being showcased in the Flagstaff Convention and Visitors Bureau video publicizing Flagstaff. He is also the star of the Sakura commercial that is shown on the local television station. Reuben has been interviewed on local radio stations and has a video of his teppan show broadcasted on Youtube, Facebook, and Myspace. Reuben's face can be seen in Sakura's print ads that are featured in the Arizona Daily Sun, Flagstaff Live and other publications.

Reuben is Sakura's most requested teppan chef. We have had guests wait up to 90 minutes just to be seated at Reuben's table. Reuben is a famous face within the City of Flagstaff, because of his show people remember him and the amazing show and culinary cuisine that Reuben prepared for them. Guests that are from the east coast and Europe that by chance sat at Reuben's table, now they are return guests to the hotel and will specifically ask for Reuben by name. Reuben is known for his culinary tricks and his 'train.' Flagstaff is known for the numerous trains that come through our city; Reuben mimics the sound of the trains that go through town in each and every one of his shows. "I travel to Flagstaff on a regular basis and since I've found Sakura's and Reuben (best Teppanyaki Chef), I don't eat anywhere else. After a long day working, it's nice to relax in a nice restaurant with a great meal... Reuben is exceptional. Not only will he cook your food to perfection, but he makes the whole dining experience memorable and enjoyable" claims a guest who frequently enjoys Reuben's dining experience.

Reuben has such a fun personality. Each and every one of his shows is unique and he will tailor each show to the guests that are at his table. He is very kid friendly; if he sees a child taht is nervous about the fire he will take extra time to make their nerves go away. He will do magic tricks for the children sitting at his table while he is cooking their food. You would never know if Reuben is having a bad day, when he is 'on stage' behind his teppan table, he will be performing a fantastic show and cook yourmeal to perfection. If Reuben sees that he has a group of tourists at his table who are taking photos of the food and restaurant, he will incorporate the camera into his show, posing for the camera, completing extra tricks and posing witht he guests around the table for a group photo. Reuben is 100% focused on customer service and will guarantee a fabulous show and delectible cuisine.

Reuben has helped put Sakura on the map. He is a contributing factor to Radisson's Sakura Sushi & Teppanyaki Restaurant's numerous 'Best of Flagstaff' awards. Reuben makes our guests want to come into Sakura, he makes sure that each of his guests experience an exquisite culinary show, that will leave them with memories that will last a lifetime. Reuben has become as famous as the restaurant is, first time customers will come in asking for the chef that does the train routine. Even though they don't know his name, his reputation keeps our first time and return guests coming into the doors of Sakura. "Our chef was incredible. He put on a show like we have never seen before and the food was delicious.... Benihana used to be my favorite restaurant but now it is Sakura. What an experience!" From guest Ashley Martin.

To see Reuben in action, check out his videos on YouTube: Reuben Stoller or visit him at Sakura Sushi & Teppanyaki and the Radisson Woodlands Hotel.

Congratulations Reuben!

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Flagstaff Ranch Golf Package

Last summer Flagstaff Ranch Golf Club and the Radisson Woodlands Hotel Flagstaff created the first exclusive Flagstaff Golf Package that included access to the private golf course to non-members. The offering was such a success, they are bringing back the package for the summer of 2010.

The Flagstaff Golf Package includes the following:

This is a one of a kind golf package that can't be booked anywhere else in Flagstaff. Rates start at just $289 for the entire package and with the Phoenix heat coming on, rooms are already filling up. Be sure to book your golf getaway soon.

Beat the heat in Phoenix - come to Flagstaff to play golf this summer!

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Gas N Go to Flagstaff with the Radisson Hotel

Yes, it's back again: Radisson's Gas-N-Go Package for Summer 2010.

The cost of travel making you re-think your summer vacation plans? Think again -- anyone can afford a quick trip to Flagstaff starting June 2010 with Radisson Woodlands Gas-No-Go Package. The package includes:
  • Guestroom with either a traditional or Sleep Number Bed
  • $50 Gas Card redeemable at Shell Gas Stations

This package was a huge success last summer, so the team at the Radisson decided to bring it back and they kept price is exactly the same. But wait... want even more value, the Radisson is now including breakfast for 2 in their rates!

So you get room and breakfast for 2 plus $50 for gas.. heck, you can't afford to stay home at this price!

It's expected to be a hot hot hot summer in Arizona -- but it's sure to be a cool cool cool getaway in Flagstaff. Book your Gas N Go package soon, they are sure to sell quickly.

Book online or for more information, check out the Radisson Woodlands Hotel website

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Radisson Flagstaff: Bed, Breakfast and More!

Due to the success of their Flagstaff Free Breakfast promotion in April, the Radisson Woodlands Hotel Flagstaff has decided to extend the offer through May *(certain blackout dates apply)

The Radisson long known for it's full service amenities and services, ran a trial in April offering all guests a daily breakfast buffet included in their rate. With such positive feedback from their guests, this Flagstaff hotel has decided to extend the offer through May 31 and will evaluate at that time if they'll continue the special bed and breakfast offer through the summer monhts.

Want more than just breakfast? The Radisson Flagstaff is at your service, with the new Bed, Breakfast and More Package which includes not only bed and breakfast for 2 (as you'd guess), but also 2 drink vouchers to enjoy your beverage of choice in the lobby lounge and free local calls. This is a corporate guest's dream come true -- service, smiles, breakfast, cocktails and free local calls!

*Blackout Dates for the May Bed and Breakfast specials: Graduation weekend May 6-8 and Memorial Weekend May 28 - 30. Breakfast will not be included in any rates during these two weekends.

The Radisson offers exclusive specials and info on local attractions and events to their friends and fans of Facebook, Myspace and Twitter. Be sure to join our network to find out more!

Radisson Woodlands Hotel Flagstaff
1175 W. Route 66
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Radisson Woodlands - Pride of Arizona

The Radisson Woodlands Hotel Flagstaff recently received the Pride of Arizona Award for Best Accommodations 2010 Northern Arizona - Flagstaff.

The Radisson has long been one of Flagstaff's premier hotels - known for it's outstanding service, comfortable accommodations as well as it's famous Japanese restaurant - Sakura Sushi & Teppanyaki.

Susan Azar, the Director of Sales (see photo) received the award on behalf of the Flagstaff hotel from Michael McFall, editor of the Pride Guide Arizona.

The Radisson Flagstaff has been a sponsor of the Northern Arizona Pride in the Pines event for 14 years, which occurs annually in June. The hotel is proud to say it's been 'TAG' approved, having completed the TAG diversity training and listed as a TAG approved accommodation for several years. Additionally, the Radisson advertises in the Arizona Pride Guide and has done so since it's inception in order to show support and pride in our diversity.

Susan Azar, herself, has been a big advocate of the gay and lesbian market and attends the Arizona Pride mixers on behalf of the hotel, held throughout Arizona from Yuma to Flagstaff to show her support.

Flagstaff Pride in the Pines 2010 is June 12. Be sure to check with the Radisson before booking reservations, as we always offer great Pride rates:

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