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Hassayampa Inn

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

All the staff were very gracious, pleasant and helpful. Enjoyed the Peacock Room for breakfast, if I stay again will go there for dinner also. Beds were very comfortable, all in all a very nice place to stay.

Great staff. Enjoyed our stay with the exception that they had a very small TV in the room.

Old fashioned atmosphere. Well maintained. Sufficient room space. Comfortable bed.

A welcome surprise. This a perfect place to relax

The hotel and Prescott are wonderful. Loved the hotel.

This was my second time staying here. The staff is welcoming and friendly and always willing to give you a ride in the historic elevator.

A lovely place to stay that captures the unique feel of Prescott. And having barista in the lobby to make you coffee every morning is wonderful-I miss it already.

We came to Prescott to take our son to Embry-Riddle University. The Hassayampa Inn is located near the charming downtown area. We walked to the area around the courthouse each evening we were there, and each evening had some activity at the courthouse square-movie, live music. We loved being in the historical hotel. The room was small, but we were very comfortable there, and it is a very quiet location, even with the proximity to Whiskey Row and downtown.

For an Historic Hotel this building is in great shape. Just sitting in the lobby you'll find lots to look at of quality construction details that people just don't do anymore, stained glass doors, stencilling on beams, etc. Usually the restaurants inside of hotels are something to be avoided like the plague but this place has great food and was reasonably priced for the quality. Its only a two minute walk to the town square and all the downtown restaurants and shopping. Park in the lot across the street east of the building with the white and blue sign and you will not have to move your car after checking in.

Very nice city and beautiful place to stay with very friendly staff.

My wife and I stayed here to relax in the mountains. The lobby in the hotel is beautiful, and the staff were friendly and helpful. The room was very small, but we reminded ourselves that the hotel is old, and people used to only be 3-foot tall ).

Location is awesome - walking distance to the town center and all of the food and entertainment. Great history to the hotel itself, didn't dine at the Peacock, had a drink in the bar. Outdoor and indoor fireplaces. Would stay there again.

My husband likes old traditional buildings and the fact that it was right there close to downtown was appealing, the lobby is nice so is the frontdesk but the guest rooms fo need renovation and they are too small. Overall it was an ok experience.

Hotel was a delight however need to update air conditioning, sounds like a thrashing machine and windows can't be opened

This hotel is an enigma. If you like to spend time in a lobby that is impressive and filled with period pieces and has a constant flow of 1920's-30's music playing over the sound system, then you will enjoy this hotel. I think the mentality of the people who own or manage this property is stuck too much in the past. It is not particularly a warm, pleasant or convenient place to stay in. Yes, the age and history of it are impressive and it is well-kept. But it lacks basics such as convenient parking (only one stall if you're handicapped), an easily accessible elevator (you have to find a staff member to operate it (not always easy to do), and no outlet in the room that makes it easy to plug in your laptop. In addition the rooms are tiny. For one person it was manageable, but for two, it would be tough. The toilet is in a very small space as well. I banged my head more than once just trying to stand. The bed was very comfortable but the sink is right next to the bed....not the easiest placement for many of us. I realize that this being a national historical treasure of sorts, they are limited to what they can do. But I would combine two rooms, make it one unit and accommodate my guests better.. I was hoping for an upscale, sophisticated experience at an historic Inn. It felt more like staying in an Assisted Living facility. It would take little more that some creativity and a few tweaks to the design of the rooms to improve this property to a level where it should be at. I was very disappointed in my stay. I see that the room can go for as much as $500 a night. As it was, I paid $100 and thought I was overcharged by about $25.

We stayed one night in a standard room with a king bed. We loved everything about the hotel and the room, except there were no robes available, which we would expect for the price we paid. The desk clerk believed that there are robes available in the suites. The antique elevator is not available for use by hotel guests, so third and fourth floors require access by stairs. The antique elevator adds to the charm of the building. We look forward to visiting the hotel again.

This hotel is perfectly situated within walking distance to Courthouse Square, Sharlot Hall Museum, and whiskey row. Beautiful lobby and beautiful courtyard with a fountain. Has the oldest elevator in Arizona. We had a king room with a nice bed and nice bathroom. We had a nice breakfast at the Peacock Room. Very nice staff!!

While we were here, we walked around downtown doing some antique gawking and taking some drinks and live music on whiskey row. The location is phenomenal - you can't get closer to downtown and the nightlife. The hotel itself is beautiful and claims to have a rich history in the city of Prescott. The rooms are small, but cozy and comfortable. However, aside from it's haunted past, I wouldn't say that there's anything special about the hotel.

A perfect hotel for our needs. Walking distance to all the restaurants and night life in Prescott. The beds were amazing, I slept so well. Staff was very friendly and lunch in the restaurant was excellent.

This dignified, well maintained hotel provided excellent service by a diligent, courteous staff. The restaurant was excellent. The location made it a convenient venue to visit area attractions. Highly recommend.

Room options

Suite, 1 King Bed with Sofa bed

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Deluxe Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Deluxe Room, 2 Double or 2 Queen Beds

Twin 2 | Sleeps 5

Guest reviews for Hassayampa Inn

Everyone (7) Couples (39) Business (4) Family (4) Friends (7) Other (5)
5

charming historic hotel

Everyone

All the staff were very gracious, pleasant and helpful. Enjoyed the Peacock Room for breakfast, if I stay again will go there for dinner also. Beds were very comfortable, all in all a very nice place to stay.

By , from AZ on Jul 22, 2017

Review comment responded on Jul 29, 2017

Hello, Thank you for your review. I am glad that you enjoyed the restaurant and hotel and we look forward to any return visits.

4
Everyone

Great staff. Enjoyed our stay with the exception that they had a very small TV in the room.

By on Jul 20, 2017

Review comment responded on Aug 11, 2017

Thank you for taking the time to review the hotel.We are looking to replace all the smaller TVs as we speak.

5

close to downtown

Everyone

Old fashioned atmosphere. Well maintained. Sufficient room space. Comfortable bed.

By on May 24, 2017

5

real cozy feeling

Everyone

A welcome surprise. This a perfect place to relax

By , from carefree, Az on Apr 16, 2017

5

lovely old historic hotel. well kept.

Everyone

The hotel and Prescott are wonderful. Loved the hotel.

By , from Middlesex NY on Jan 30, 2017

5

beautiful historic hotel

Everyone

This was my second time staying here. The staff is welcoming and friendly and always willing to give you a ride in the historic elevator.

By , from Phoenix, AZ on Aug 30, 2016

5

perfect hit a stay in predcott

Everyone

A lovely place to stay that captures the unique feel of Prescott. And having barista in the lobby to make you coffee every morning is wonderful-I miss it already.

By on Jul 16, 2016

5

college dropoff

Couples

We came to Prescott to take our son to Embry-Riddle University. The Hassayampa Inn is located near the charming downtown area. We walked to the area around the courthouse each evening we were there, and each evening had some activity at the courthouse square-movie, live music. We loved being in the historical hotel. The room was small, but we were very comfortable there, and it is a very quiet location, even with the proximity to Whiskey Row and downtown.

By on Aug 23, 2015

4

hassayampa inn

Families

For an Historic Hotel this building is in great shape. Just sitting in the lobby you'll find lots to look at of quality construction details that people just don't do anymore, stained glass doors, stencilling on beams, etc. Usually the restaurants inside of hotels are something to be avoided like the plague but this place has great food and was reasonably priced for the quality. Its only a two minute walk to the town square and all the downtown restaurants and shopping. Park in the lot across the street east of the building with the white and blue sign and you will not have to move your car after checking in.

By on Aug 8, 2015

4

great location

GetawayWithFriends

Very nice city and beautiful place to stay with very friendly staff.

By on Jul 13, 2015