Get a taste of the Wild Wild West in Williams, Arizona for a great price.
Wild West Junction is like a mini town in Williams.
They have live music, historical reenactments, food, even five themed rooms.
We checked out several of the rooms at the Drover’s Inn, which range in price from $89 to $159 for their largest room.
The themes are pretty cool, everything from the movie room, which has movie memorabilia throughout the room, to the Hacienda Suite which has a separate bedroom and living room area.
All of the rooms have a bathroom in the room.
We also tried their dinner at the Branding Iron Restaurant and it was fabulous! We definitely ate more than we should have, but the food was so good we just couldn’t stop eating.
Now Smart Shoppers will have a chance to experience the Old West.
You can stay in one of the themed rooms at the Drover’s Inn for 50% off for one night.
That means you can feel like you’re in a movie studio for a night and only pay $45. You have until February 28, 2013 to complete your stay.
You can also taste the phenomenal food at their restaurant without going broke.
Smart Shoppers can buy a $25 gift certificate for half off. All you have to do is call 928-635-4512, mention Smart Shopper, pay for your gift certificate and they will mail it to you. You have until September 19 to call and get those certificates.
The restaurant serves, breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Wild West Junction
321 E. Route 66
Williams, Arizona 86046
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