Knights Inn Fairground

  • 1624 North Black Canyon Highway , Phoenix , Arizona AZ 85009
  • 1624 North Black Canyon Highway , Phoenix , Arizona - AZ 85009
  • 855-516-1090
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About Knights Inn Fairground Hotel

This hotel is 3.5 miles from downtown Phenix and within a 5-minute drive of the Arizona State Fairgrounds. It offers a 24-hour front desk and free parking. Knights Inn Fairground rooms include a microwave and refrigerator. The rooms are equipped with satellite TV and free Wi-Fi. The Knights Inn provides guests with free coffee in the lobby. The Knights Inn Fairground is 6 mile from Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Phenix Zoo is 10 miles from the hotel.

Knights Inn Fairground Hotel Amenities


General Amenities
  • Golf Course
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Elevator
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • On-site parking
  • Family Rooms
  • Free Wi-Fi
General Amenities
  • English
  • Hindi
  • Spanish
  • Staff follow all safety protocols as directed by local authorities
  • Free face masks
  • Daily disinfection
  • Facilities for disabled guests available
General Amenities
  • Internet access in public areas
  • Laundry services
  • Non-smoking property
  • Physical/social distancing guidelines
  • Protective screen or physical barriers in appropriate areas
Transportation Services
  • Airport shuttle - Free

About Knights Inn By Wyndham Brand Hotels

Full-limited service hotel chain Knights Inn is a recently acquired property of Red Lion Hotels Corp (RLH Corp), from Wyndham Worldwide. The hotel chain based in Denver, Colorado with 350 budget hotels under its management and 47 other hotels in the pipeline across North America was sold for $27 million in late 2018.

 

Knights Inn opened its first location in Columbus, Ohio in 1974 with its architecture inspired by the medieval period. It highlighted Tudor architecture and used extensive landscaping. The hotel chain was first developed by prefabricated building manufacturer Cardinal Industries, Inc. It's no surprise that the first buildings were all prefabricated and featuring only one story.

 

Knights Inn was performing well in the industry until it filed bankruptcy just a year after it introduced a no-frills brand called Arborgate Inn. The new brand features more modern architecture but fewer amenities which didn't appeal much to the crowd as much as its original architecture.

 

The following years saw different management changes transpiring as the hotel chain was sold from one company to another since 1991. The latest was the acquisition of Knights Inn by RLH Corp which is expected to boost its franchise units by more than 30%. Unfortunately, the chain no longer adopts its architecture standards under many influences.

 
 

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Knights Inn Fairground is a part of Knights Inn By Wyndham.

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The address for Knights Inn Fairground is 1624 North Black Canyon Highway, Phoenix , Arizona AZ 85009

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Knights Inn Fairground Reviews Summary

UserLavita
9/10
 
Wonderful
I'm a frequent guest at...

Pros: I like the staff so much. Thry are all so pleasant. Especially the young guy at night and the tall older gentleman during the day.
Cons: They riff raff in the back. And NO SECURITY ANYWHERE!!!
UserLavita
10/10
 
Exceptional
Exceptional

User1rstborn
2/10
 
Poor
The most disturbing hotel room...

Pros: That the door locked.
Cons: Nothing up to and including having to re-type my many various reasons for disliking this place.
UserGilberto
5/10
 
Fair
Passable

UserAbdulbasid
1/10
 
Very Poor
Bad

UserTeresa
7/10
 
Good
Good

UserKaden
1/10
 
Very Poor
Bad

UserLavita
10/10
 
Exceptional
Exceptional

Pros: I like how laid back everyone is.
Cons: Gunshots and/or fireworks that I keep hearing close by or on property
UserLavita
8/10
 
Very Good
Very good

UserLavita
10/10
 
Exceptional
Exceptional

Cons: I haven't gotten any discounts or promo codes yet.
UserLavita
8/10
 
Very Good
Very good

UserLavita
10/10
 
Exceptional
Exceptional

Pros: I love all the staff. They are so sweet!
Cons: Need too add new ice machines soon 7gnf
UserRobert
2/10
 
Poor
I think I can honestly...

Pros: The location was fairly convenient for what I had to do. Once I figured how to work around the one ways and traffic around I-17 it was easy to get around. Also, the bed wasn't too bad.
Cons: I have stayed in many budget hotels over the years, and I think this was perhaps my worst experience. The room was in terrible repair and it had a horrible smell (a combination of cigarette smoke- even though it was a non-smoking room - and I believe some drug). I am not easily weirded out by people but many of the other residents were very sketchy. During the day many people that appeared to be homeless were hanging out, especially along the sides where they must have figured no one would see them. At night there were a lot of people that appear to be on drugs, and multiple police visits. Seriously, it was pretty crazy. All of this and it wasn't even that cheap of a place!
UserAnonymous
1/10
 
Very Poor
Tear it down

Pros: Nothing
Cons: The room was not clean mostly broken items graffiti on the walls and bathroom outlets burnt out smelled cigarettes.
UserAngelo
1/10
 
Very Poor
Bad

UserSteve
10/10
 
Exceptional
Exceptional

UserLance
5/10
 
Fair
Passable

UserChris
1/10
 
Very Poor
Bad

Pros: no tv , no hot water, place was a mess
UserAndrea
7/10
 
Good
Good

UserPapalossi
1/10
 
Very Poor
Worst experience ever.

Pros: The location. Was where I needed to be.
Cons: Everything could have been better. I know the reviews online weren’t the absolute best. But I wasn’t expecting a literal crack motel. To start off, they never answer the phone when calling. I tried over 50 times within a two day span. I requested a room in the front of the complex ( I always do for safety reasons when traveling). We needed up checking in at around 9pm. They told me that they gave the front room away since I didn’t arrive at the projected time of 5/6pm. ( the first round of unanswered calls to constant and let them know so I didn’t lose my reservation) they did say that I could switch rooms the next 3 nights of my stay. So I believed them. The first night we ended up staying in the furthest back corner of the hotel. When we pulled up to park, there were people hanging around, and not your “normal” type of people. We walked in the room, and it looked like an abandoned scene from a post apocalyptic room. Writing on the walls, dirty, scary backwoods type of feel. There were nails sticking out of the flooring, no bathroom door, the outlets didn’t have covers, and didn’t work. Holes in the walls and so much more. They don’t have phones in their rooms, so I went up to the front desk to see what the deal was. I mean we didn’t even have towels hand soap, absolutely nothing. When I got to the window of the front desk, there was no one around. They didn’t have a buzzer or anything to contact. And as mentioned before, they didn’t answer the phone system. So I tried to yell through the opening, unsuccessfully. We were both tired so decided to just just make the most of a roof over our head and go to sleep. (With all of our clothes on, on top of the comforter). We woke up the next day, I walked down to the office. Spoke with Tracy (the supposed manager). She apologized and did the whole song and dance. Needless to say I cancelled the rest of my reservation and went to vrbo.
 
This hotel is 3.5 miles from downtown Phenix and within a 5-minute drive of the Arizona State Fairgrounds. It offers a 24-hour front desk and free parking. Knights Inn Fairground rooms include a microwave and refrigerator. The rooms are equipped with satellite TV and free Wi-Fi. The Knights Inn provides guests with free coffee in the lobby. The Knights Inn Fairground is 6 mile from Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Phenix Zoo is 10 miles from the hotel.

Knights Inn Fairground Hotel Amenities

General Amenities
  • Golf Course
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Elevator
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • On-site parking
  • Family Rooms
  • Free Wi-Fi
General Amenities
  • English
  • Hindi
  • Spanish
  • Staff follow all safety protocols as directed by local authorities
  • Free face masks
  • Daily disinfection
  • Facilities for disabled guests available
General Amenities
  • Internet access in public areas
  • Laundry services
  • Non-smoking property
  • Physical/social distancing guidelines
  • Protective screen or physical barriers in appropriate areas
Transportation Services
  • Airport shuttle - Free

About Knights Inn By Wyndham Brand Hotels

Full-limited service hotel chain Knights Inn is a recently acquired property of Red Lion Hotels Corp (RLH Corp), from Wyndham Worldwide. The hotel chain based in Denver, Colorado with 350 budget hotels under its management and 47 other hotels in the pipeline across North America was sold for $27 million in late 2018.

 

Knights Inn opened its first location in Columbus, Ohio in 1974 with its architecture inspired by the medieval period. It highlighted Tudor architecture and used extensive landscaping. The hotel chain was first developed by prefabricated building manufacturer Cardinal Industries, Inc. It's no surprise that the first buildings were all prefabricated and featuring only one story.

 

Knights Inn was performing well in the industry until it filed bankruptcy just a year after it introduced a no-frills brand called Arborgate Inn. The new brand features more modern architecture but fewer amenities which didn't appeal much to the crowd as much as its original architecture.

 

The following years saw different management changes transpiring as the hotel chain was sold from one company to another since 1991. The latest was the acquisition of Knights Inn by RLH Corp which is expected to boost its franchise units by more than 30%. Unfortunately, the chain no longer adopts its architecture standards under many influences.

User
Lavita
 
9/10
Wonderful
I'm a frequent guest at...

Pros: I like the staff so much. Thry are all so pleasant. Especially the young guy at night and the tall older gentleman during the day.
Cons: They riff raff in the back. And NO SECURITY ANYWHERE!!!
User
Lavita
 
10/10
Exceptional
Exceptional

User
1rstborn
 
2/10
Poor
The most disturbing hotel room...

Pros: That the door locked.
Cons: Nothing up to and including having to re-type my many various reasons for disliking this place.
User
Gilberto
 
5/10
Fair
Passable

User
Abdulbasid
 
1/10
Very Poor
Bad

User
Teresa
 
7/10
Good
Good

User
Kaden
 
1/10
Very Poor
Bad

User
Lavita
 
10/10
Exceptional
Exceptional

Pros: I like how laid back everyone is.
Cons: Gunshots and/or fireworks that I keep hearing close by or on property
User
Lavita
 
8/10
Very Good
Very good

User
Lavita
 
10/10
Exceptional
Exceptional

Cons: I haven't gotten any discounts or promo codes yet.
User
Lavita
 
8/10
Very Good
Very good

User
Lavita
 
10/10
Exceptional
Exceptional

Pros: I love all the staff. They are so sweet!
Cons: Need too add new ice machines soon 7gnf
User
Robert
 
2/10
Poor
I think I can honestly...

Pros: The location was fairly convenient for what I had to do. Once I figured how to work around the one ways and traffic around I-17 it was easy to get around. Also, the bed wasn't too bad.
Cons: I have stayed in many budget hotels over the years, and I think this was perhaps my worst experience. The room was in terrible repair and it had a horrible smell (a combination of cigarette smoke- even though it was a non-smoking room - and I believe some drug). I am not easily weirded out by people but many of the other residents were very sketchy. During the day many people that appeared to be homeless were hanging out, especially along the sides where they must have figured no one would see them. At night there were a lot of people that appear to be on drugs, and multiple police visits. Seriously, it was pretty crazy. All of this and it wasn't even that cheap of a place!
User
Anonymous
 
1/10
Very Poor
Tear it down

Pros: Nothing
Cons: The room was not clean mostly broken items graffiti on the walls and bathroom outlets burnt out smelled cigarettes.
User
Angelo
 
1/10
Very Poor
Bad

User
Steve
 
10/10
Exceptional
Exceptional

User
Lance
 
5/10
Fair
Passable

User
Chris
 
1/10
Very Poor
Bad

Pros: no tv , no hot water, place was a mess
User
Andrea
 
7/10
Good
Good

User
Papalossi
 
1/10
Very Poor
Worst experience ever.

Pros: The location. Was where I needed to be.
Cons: Everything could have been better. I know the reviews online weren’t the absolute best. But I wasn’t expecting a literal crack motel. To start off, they never answer the phone when calling. I tried over 50 times within a two day span. I requested a room in the front of the complex ( I always do for safety reasons when traveling). We needed up checking in at around 9pm. They told me that they gave the front room away since I didn’t arrive at the projected time of 5/6pm. ( the first round of unanswered calls to constant and let them know so I didn’t lose my reservation) they did say that I could switch rooms the next 3 nights of my stay. So I believed them. The first night we ended up staying in the furthest back corner of the hotel. When we pulled up to park, there were people hanging around, and not your “normal” type of people. We walked in the room, and it looked like an abandoned scene from a post apocalyptic room. Writing on the walls, dirty, scary backwoods type of feel. There were nails sticking out of the flooring, no bathroom door, the outlets didn’t have covers, and didn’t work. Holes in the walls and so much more. They don’t have phones in their rooms, so I went up to the front desk to see what the deal was. I mean we didn’t even have towels hand soap, absolutely nothing. When I got to the window of the front desk, there was no one around. They didn’t have a buzzer or anything to contact. And as mentioned before, they didn’t answer the phone system. So I tried to yell through the opening, unsuccessfully. We were both tired so decided to just just make the most of a roof over our head and go to sleep. (With all of our clothes on, on top of the comforter). We woke up the next day, I walked down to the office. Spoke with Tracy (the supposed manager). She apologized and did the whole song and dance. Needless to say I cancelled the rest of my reservation and went to vrbo.