The hospitality at this hotel far exceeds any we have experienced in the last few years! From check-in until our departure the front desk crew especially Barry and the gentleman working morning shifts went out of their way to accommodate every request! We were upgraded to a lovely room at check-in ...
This hotel is a beautiful, historic, quaint, quiet, warm, and clean place. The full breakfast included in your stay was excellent and provided by a very friendly staff. Parking is free and a couple hundred yards away in a public garage. Very safe and clean area I noticed. You can unload in front ...
This hotel is beautiful. The location is near the main highway, but it had a woodsy, secluded feeling about it. The room/suite had a balcony that look out over a Forrest area. We really felt comfortable and safe. Breakfast was good. Better than most! Eggs, sausage, bacon, waffles....etc. highly ...
If you can deal with the fact that the Cottages are old and pretty funky, they do have kitchens, are clean, and centrally located. Safeway close by. Other reviews said the "walls are pretty thin". That turned out to be true. Good value for a place to crash. Staff are nice and accommodating.
All the hotels in Prescott are overpriced compared to other locales. Having said that this was a typical middle-of-the-road property in a good location. Room was clean but fairly small. Staff were polite and fairly efficient. Two CSR's were at the check-in desk during a busy arrival time, but only ...
Prescott is snuggled up in the midst of the Prescott National Forest and has gracefully maintained its western heritage, as is evident in the local museums. It is called the "mile high" city, adorned with beautiful lakes and an almost perfect climate with mild seasons. Hotels in Prescott are known for their western hospitality and exceptional customer service. Prescott hotels know how to pamper their visitors with luxurious suites, bed and breakfast inns, and great budget rooms.
Prescott hotels and the Prescott Resort and Conference Center can assist you in preparing for your next special event. Don't miss the downtown concerts starting September 4, 2012, which kicks off upcoming fall festivities.
Built in the late 1800s, the Palace Restaurant and Saloonis the oldest restaurant and saloon in Arizona and a favorite hangout for visitors. The Earp brothers and Doc Holiday were regulars.
Prescott's Courthouse Plaza is a very famous landmark – it was the nucleus for Prescott and remains a must see with art galleries, museums, old western boutiques, and specialty shops.
The Prescott Gateway Mall has clothing stores, department stores, specialty shops, and restaurants. Amenities for shoppers include free Wi-Fi service, a food court, stroller rental, complimentary wheelchairs, and retailer coupons.
Talk about an exciting sports team – the Arizona Sundogs gets everyone's adrenaline pumping. They are a professional hockey team and an affiliate of the Phoenix Coyotes.
The staff was great, kids loved the pool. Perfect for what we were looking for.
The hospitality at this hotel far exceeds any we have experienced in the last few years! From check-in until our departure the front desk crew especially Barry and the gentleman working morning shifts went out of their way to accommodate every request! We were upgraded to a lovely room at check-in with no additional cost. When we had some housekeeping issues, they were immediately corrected and did not recur over our 4 day stay. There was always ample parking convenient to our room. We will definitely return on our next trip to Prescott!
Always clean and very comfortable. Not a lot of amenities, but a great place to spend the night,
We spent only one night here but loved it. It's a very small budget motel but it's very clean, has a comfortable bed, and is in great location. The Polish couple that run the place are very friendly and helpful. I would (and will) stay here again and highly recommend it to others.