Pros: Comfortable and friendly environment with close proximity to downtown Prescott's dining and entertainment options.
Bright and unusual!
Pros: The welcome. The bright colors.
Cons: The room was small and the bathroom even smaller.
Pros: This hotel is quaint, clean and user friendly. The staff was very good and fun to visit with.
Located in the entertainment district, The Motor Lodge is a great choice for a stay in Prescott. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails, kayaking, and mountain biking. Rooms offer up nice touches like designer toiletries and comfy beds with premium linens.
Cons: The breakfast Buffett could've been a little more healthy and non microwaved eggs and the shower could be a bit more spacious with a lower shower head.
Pros: The staff were personable, accommodating, and friendly. The staff to help us to plan a hike for ourselves. We ended up walking around Lynx Lake which was only a five minute drive away. Though the location is not right downtown it's only a brief drive to the downtown area. For the price and the location and the amount of time it would take to get downtown, it's worth the stay. We enjoyed the freshly made cookies at 6 PM. The breakfast was standard, clean and fresh. I appreciated having hot drinks (water, tea & coffee) available 24 hours.
Cons: The pool area had an incredible chlorine smell in the air which maybe standard for the industry but not pleasant initially to one senses. It was clean and there were people enjoying themselves there.
Pros: Great value for the money. Super comfy rooms lots of amenities and super breakfast!
Pros: Owners and staffare Amazing! Super clean and comfy :)
Pros: Clean, friendly staff.
Cons: Power went out. No lights in the hallways on arrival for several hours.
Pros: Staff was friendly and welcoming
Pros: Very clean and attentive.
Location is excellent - 10 minutes away from everything in Prescott.
Breakfast included more items than you normally get from other chain. Will definitely return.
Pros: Very good and varied complimentary breakfast in the morning; certainly better than most hotels provide.
Cons: Extremely loud water (pipe) noise in our unit when toilet flushed in another room.
This Arizona Hampton Inn has received the Circle of Excellence Award and Pride Award each year since opening in 2000 and the Lighthouse Award in 2003 and 2004 for guest satisfaction and service. Our guests love our warm and welcoming lobby and friendly staff. The Hampton Inn Prescott hotel is located off Hwy. 69 and Lee Blvd. and is between Prescott and Prescott Valley. We are within walking distance of the New Prescott Gateway Mall, Macay's, Wildflower Bread, Com.China Buffet and the Red Robin. The Outback, Applebee's and various fast food restaurants are within one mile of our hotel. Buckey Casino is 2 miles west, historical Prescott, Arizona is 4 miles and Phippen Museum of Art is 7 miles from our hotel. The Hampton Inn Prescott hotel features a warm and welcoming lobby in southwest decor with a fireplace. Many of our rooms offer views of the surrounding mountains. Travelers to Arizona, whether for business or pleasure, find our Hampton Inn hotel amenities include complimentary continental breakfast, newspaper, express checkout, gym, indoor pool, whirlpool and safe deposit box. Each room at the Hampton Inn Prescott hotel is equipped with an in-room coffeemaker, hair dryer, iron with ironing board, TV with cable as well as complimentary local calls. We also offer cribs and connecting rooms, game room, guest laundromat, in-room movies, rollaway beds, meeting/banquet facilities and secretarial service for a nominal fee. We love having you here at the Hampton Inn Prescott hotel in Arizona!
Pros: It was more home like then chain hotels, very welcoming. Pastry and coffee were in the lobby/check in desk area every morning. Very very small rooms and bathrooms, can't emphasize that enough. Check in/out was smooth and he stay was quiet.
Cons: Small rooms and bathrooms
Pros: Cozy, great vibe, friendly owner and staff, very welcoming, everything you need for a great value!
Cons: It's small and doesn't have much for amenities, and the parking lot is a little difficult to use for a big truck. If you don't need much, though, this place is PERFECT! Adorable and affordable.
Pros: Location, location, location. Once you're here you won't need a car. Albertson's, Starbucks right across the street, and of course downtown restaurants and bars just a few blocks away. For being right on a busy street, it was quiet enough on Memorial day weekend for us old farts.
Cons: Our room was tiny and dark, but very clean and nice in a funky kind of way.
Pros: Very nicely decorated vintage motel, short walk from restaurants/bars in downtown Prescott.
Cons: Small room, tiny bathroom, right off of busy street in Prescott, room door didn't do a good job of blocking outside noise. Note, not all room doors directly face the street, but mine did.
Sheldon Street Lodge is located in Prescott. Free WiFi access is available. Prescott National Forest is 15 minutes’ drive from the lodge. A patio, a TV and a kitchenette with a microwave and a refrigerator are featured in each air-conditioned room at Sheldon Street Lodge Prescott. Featuring a shower, private bathrooms also include a hairdryer and free toiletries. Prescott Sheldon Street Lodge provides free parking. Prescott Municipal Airport is 15 minutes’ drive from the lodge. Antelope Hills Golf Course is 8.3 miles from Sheldon Street Lodge.
Pros: Loved the array for breakfast which is well beyond most hotels at this rate. Choices included raw walnuts, fruit, eggs, pancakes, and an array of yogurts. Easy to make healthy choices.
Also nice fire pit outside to enjoy the cool evenings.
Cons: The smell of fresh baked chocolate chip cookies!!! If that's a problem, only for those of us who are abstaining from such.
Pros: Love the pool. It's indoor but the mural on the wall, 360°, makes you feel your in a mountain lake. Nice and warm too, not freezing like some pools.
The breakfast is really nice also. Plenty of variety from cereal, muffins, and yogurt to biscuits and gravy and pancakes. We will be back.
Pros: Clean, friendly staff; pool was nice. Breakfast was available 6am-noon due to a special going on and that was awesome!
Cons: Parking got a little tight at night.
Pros: Large room, great staff. Good breakfast and very clean
Guests Love Prescott Hotel's Award-Winning Service With frontier roots and hometown charm Prescott is a nature lover's paradise with 5 scenic lakes and more than 450 miles of trails. Immerse yourself in history and adventure when you stay at the award-winning Holiday Inn Express® Hotel Prescott where the hotel's number one priority is you. Besides the many outdoor activities at Prescott National Forest visitors have a number of entertainment options. Just 4 miles away is historic downtown Prescott AZ where the hotel's guests can find shopping nightlife and plenty of restaurants at Courthouse Plaza and Whiskey Row. The nearby Phippen Art Museum which features a terrific collection of American West artwork is another top stop. The convenient location off Highway 69 is one of many reasons corporate guests stay here when conducting business in Prescott Arizona. The hotel's Business Center is available for support and free Wi-Fi access makes it easy to keep in touch. There's even a flexible 500-square-foot event room on-site suitable for up to 30 people. Comfort and convenience merge at the Holiday Inn Express® Hotel Prescott. The indoor pool whirlpool and sauna are terrific resources for relaxation. You can maintain your exercise routine in the Fitness Center as well. Patrons enjoy a free hot breakfast each day in the hotel's cozy lobby. When in Prescott AZ this is the place to
Pros: I loved the location, they have a great restaurant and bar. If you are into or restored historical locations you will be in heaven. It is beautiful. They accept dogs (see cons) they were really clean everywhere inside and out. AC works great.
Cons: I had my Yorkipoo they put you on the 1st floor because they have hardwood floors. My dog could hardly walk they were so slippery. We were scared that he might jump off the bed and crash and hurt himself. They also have zero places for your dog to go potty. It's basically walk to the park or the sidewalk outside the hotel. Rooms are very small, beds are very hard. Lots of stairs, not disabled friendly at all. Not family friendly.
Pros: It was charming for an adults only kind of place. I think for how old it is the wear and tare of children would be hard in a place like this.
Pros: Beautiful hotel in great location with friendly staff. Highly recommend staying here! Pet friendly but pet owners are required to be responsible so the animals don't disturb other guests which is nice. Good parking close to all the action!
Cons: Historic hotel = small bathrooms & little louder than normal.
Cons: Everything, small rooms a ridiculous elevator, rude and judgemental staff. No management on duty at night. Will never stay there again, nor will my family.
Pros: Quaintness of lobby.
Cons: Very small bathroom. Knees just about hit the wall when sitting on toilet.
Pros: Loved the historic atmosphere, antiques, old pianos. Music made for a great atmosphere. Service was very attentive and cheerful. Hotel bar and restaurant also good options.
Cons: Thin walls, loud neighbors
Pros: The hospitality was awesome. It was very well kept.
Cons: The extremely small bathroom. It was hard not to drop things in the toilet it was so tight. Also, because this is a historical building you can hear everything through the walls and windows. I would say this is a great place to stay overall, you just have to understand the age of the building.
Pros: Location, the historic .hotel has been.well preserved, the nostalgia.
Pros: The location of the Hotel was the primary reason we booked it. We liked the nostalgia of the hotel, and the staff was very helpful, polite, & courteous. The rooms were quaint, but they had what we needed.
Cons: The bathroom felt like a closet. A little pricey per night.
The Historic Hassayampa Inn located in beautiful downtown Prescott Arizona is known as The Crown Jewel of Prescott. The hotel was built in 1927 and features 67 total rooms and suites with modern amenities, Hand painted Lobby ceiling, the famous Peacock Dining Room, 12,000 square feet of meeting space for all your special events, Room service, The Historic Bar and Lounge. Located in the town square across from the courthouse.
Pros: We enjoyed the setting, the service, the historic touch and great staff.
Located in the entertainment district, Hotel St. Michael is a great choice for a stay in Prescott. For a bite to eat, guests can check out BISTRO ST MICHAEL, which serves American cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There's a bar/lounge, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Pros: The staff was amazing and it was very clean.
Pros: Friendly customer service, upgraded our room and we're just generally kind and helpful.
Pros: Great breakfast and very large rooms
Cons: Hotel was under renovations but the overall experience was great. Just would have been nice to know before booking the hotel.
Pros: This hotel was beautiful.Very clean, & we even had a full kitchen.The biggest perk was the hot breakfast. It was fantastic & all the staff, especially the breakfast cook, we're so accommodating & friendly.We got an amazing deal! Would definitely recommend
Pros: This is one of the nicest rooms I've ever stayed in! And they're about to remodel! New carpet and drapes, that sort of thing. The kitchenette and the living room were spacious and comfortable. I was VERY impressed!
Pros: The staff was wonderful!
Pros: Staff was friendly. Room looked very clean, well kept, new.
Cons: The bathroom could use a nicer texture and lotion.
Pros: centrally located to the tasks we had to accomplish, lots of open space and friendly staff.
There was confusion on our room selection. But they took care of it. We enjoyed the hotel very much. We will be back again. It is in a great location.
Pros: I liked the fact that we can bring our dog. And walk him in the pet areas.
My experience was one of the best I've had. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay. Being greeted by the lady @ the front desk, the night of 2-27-14, made my daughter & me feel warm, welcomed & like we had been coming there for years. I met Shelly who introduced herself as head of housekeeping & several of the housekeeping staff. Again, we met very friendly, outgoing & personable people who were there to make sure that we knew to contact them for anything that we might need. Whenever we did call down to the front desk, day or night, we always talked with someone friendly, courteous & helpful during our 7 day stay. We enjoyed complimentary breakfast & dinner. My daughter & I would stay at the Residence Inn in Prescott whenever we would need & I would recommend this pleasant experience to anyone @ anytime. We have a few more trips coming up in the very near future, as we are trying to relocate to Prescott, & we definitely plan to stay @ Residence Inn. Thank you to the entire staff for such a well greeted and pleasant stay.
Pros: The staff & cleanliness
This Prescott Arizona hotel is located 90 miles NW of Phoenix & 90 miles SW of Flagstaff. This hotel in Prescott is situated between Prescott Valley, Chino Valley & Downtown Prescott. Prescott has rightfully earned the nicknames "Everybody's Hometown" and "Arizona's Christmas City" because of the easygoing small town atmosphere and presence of the old west. Prescott area activities center around the Prescott Valley Entertainment District and the historic Prescott Courthouse and Whiskey Row. Year-round events take place, such as Whiskey Row Marathon, Acker Musical Showcase and the World's Oldest Rodeo. The 5,100 seat Prescott Valley Event Center is home to the new NAZ Suns basketball team and the venue for concerts, trade shows and conventions. Yavapai College Performing Arts Theatre hosts numerous celebrity events througout the year. Prescott is the gateway to Northern Arizona and a short drive to the Grand Canyon, Arizona Snowbowl Ski Resort, Cliff Castle Casino & Sedona.
Pros: The central location was key for our trip. We were in town for a funeral and this was close to the church and the restaurants we were meeting in. The rooms were exactly what one expects from a Marriott. They were clean and beat and had all the amenities.
Pros: Front desk was helpful and put us in a quiet room away from their conference guests
The room was comfortable and spacious with two double beds, sitting area, desk and frig
Staff helped us with the morning breakfast. We liked the fresh
Cons: That we couldn't stay longer
Pros: Great size rooms. Clean n comfortable. Walking distance down town. Would definitely stay here again.
Pros: STAFF throughout - dining room to front desk - all super friendly and helpful. The breakfast lady walked around welcoming guests to the buffet and offered suggestions. The reception lady helped direct my grandson and me to the local library. Yes, yes, I know...they were doing their jobs. But they stepped up each day to say Hello.
Only wish I had had more time to enjoy the POOL!!!
The SpringHill Suites by Marriott in downtown Prescott is perfectly located in the heart of the city. Our friendly associates will greet you with a welcoming smile that makes you feel at home. Our comfortable fireplace lobby is the central gathering place for friends and family or just curling up with a book. Our indoor heated pool and spa is open all year long and large glass doors open out to the adjacent patio that offers a fire-pit to enjoy and a BBQ grill for guests to use. Each mini-suite is spacious and includes all the comforts of home. Microwave, mini-fridge, sink, pantry space, coffeemaker, hair dryer, iron and board and flat screen 37 inch TV. Need some extra space? Our one bedroom suite includes a living area with fireplace, separate bedroom and Jacuzzi tub. If you are in Prescott on business, our business library offer two PC workstations and printers free for guests. A special feature for electric vehicle drivers - we now have a dual port electric vehicle charging station
Pros: The hotel was clean and the staff was super nice! It was walking distance to Whiskey Row and all sorts of little restaurants and shops! There was a restaurant on one side and a coffee shop on the other. It was perfect!!
Cons: They have refrigerators in a little room where you can keep leftovers. We marked our leftover box as requested and the next day we went to retrieve our leftovers and it was gone. We were a little bummed by that. We were excited to eat the leftovers the next day.
Pros: On Memorial Day weekend we waited until Thursday to book a room in Prescott. It was our 39th wedding anniversary and my wife did not let me that she really wanted to get away until Thursday. I personally like to avoid travel on holidays
Pros: Walking distance to everything down town. Hotel is historic and has a lot of charm. The staff is excellent!
Pros: The room was nice, the bed comfortable. Good size bathroom. Very charming porch, nice to sit in rocking chairs and enjoy a drink. Love the location, a few minutes from downtown, close to restaurants and shops.
Cons: Wish the breakfast had more options, like yogurt and granola or more fresh fruit.
Enjoy your visit to Prescott with a stay at Hotel Vendome. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails, kayaking, and mountain biking, and free perks include WiFi, self parking, and continental breakfast daily between 8 AM and 9:30 AM. Other highlights include a bar/lounge and a garden.
Cons: Need a big sign for the hot tub button location
Pros: It was clean and kept up. Good location.
Cons: On employee was a little strange in mannerisms. We spilled some a drink on a table and asked for some paper towels or something to wipe it up with and was told they did have anything. But.. They did in the little breakfast area. Guess the guy had to put his cell phone down and put his shoes on the help us out. We could of just left the mess on the table but we're not that way. We had packed up a bag of trash and I asked where I could toss it? And the employee was a bit snarky about we don't have trash cans for that but I guess I'll take it. I mean geez. I picked up a mess and such and this was that attitude I got. I remember seeing this guy when I checked in and he was all fluster when a bunch of people came to check in. Got to work on handling things buddy. Otherwise, everyone else was very nice and professional. Guess this guy has off days a lot.
Pros: Took 18 year old granddaughter there. She just loved it , as I. The breakfast could have been a bit more of a variety but we got by. Staff was very nice and accommodating.
Pros: I liked the size of the room, the bed was comfortable enough, there are plenty of pillows, ice machine was within close proximity to my room, and the staff at the front desk were very approachable and friendly.
Cons: The air conditioning unit blew air that smelled like old socks, wouldn't be too much of an issue on cooler days where it wouldn't be needed, but I'd hate to find out what the heater setting smells like when in use. The sink and bathroom area could have been cleaner as you could see a film from where a wet rag was used to wipe it down. The included breakfast quality was not great. The eggs tasted reheated, the sausage tasted as if perhaps it was past the sell by date, the French toast was cold and tasted stale.
Pros: Despite the following slight irritations, our stay & the rate was fine. We had a week of negative events one after another so maybe our/my sensitivity was elevated... but hopefully you can use my observations to become even better than to hear it as criticism or a guest who complains...
Cons: 1. They boast/advertise a "buffet" when in reality it's continental w/cooked eggs & sausage. I've traveled many years on business & leisure, this is far from a buffet. Beyond that disappointment the breakfast was adequate.
2. $200 fine for smoking yet someone was smoking in a nearby room. The staff was very concerned & could have investigated the rooms in question, but my room began filling with the stench as well as only the section of hallway near my room...
3. Printed out my boarding passes for return flights & received unusable copies due to low toner.
4. Keys didn't work on exterior doors, requiring walking around building to gain entrance, which required waiting for someone to unlock the door.
Pros: Our stay was wonderful. Friendly and helpful staff. Very clean and quiet. We'll be back!
Pros: This was the best hotel I have ever stayed in. It was so charming and had a Mediterranean feel. The bed was so comfortable and the breakfast was great! I would highly recommend this over any chain hotel!!
Enjoy your visit to Prescott with a stay at Forest Villas Hotel - Prescott. You can relax at the spa tub, work out at the fitness center, or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. Other highlights at this Mediterranean hotel include an outdoor pool, and rooms offer balconies and flat-screen TVs.
Pros: nice people behind the front desk; reasonably priced, reasonably good location
Cons: beds are too soft
Get more value for your money at the remodeled and pet-friendly Quality Inn hotel in Prescott, AZ, which lets you relax and focus on the people and experiences that you came for. We are near Prescott National Forest, Whiskey Row, Sharlot Hall Museum, Smoki Museum, Thumb Butte and the Prescott Annual Rodeo and Fair. Amenities include free WiFi, free ample parking, free hot breakfast, free coffee, seasonal outdoor pool, outdoor patio, sundeck, fire pit and guest laundry facilities. Guest rooms feature a refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, hair dryer, TV, iron and ironing board. Also, earn rewards including free nights and gift cards with our Choice Privileges Rewards program. Limit of 2 40-lb. pets/room, USD50/stay.
Pros: The guy at the front desk was wonderful! Very friendly and helpful! The room was adorable! Comfy beds with real linens, a cozy fireplace, large shower and extremely clean! I will definitely stay here again! Plus easy parking for my large truck.
Cons: I loved everything!
Situated in Prescott, this motel is within a 10-minute walk of Smoki Museum and Yavapai College. Yavapai Casino and Bucky's Casino are also within 15 minutes.
Pros: Very polite, friendly staff, good location, room was very clean. This is one of the nicer, old-style motels where you park right outside your door, which is great when you are on a motorcycle. Grocery store right next door & good restaurant across street.
Cons: Mattress was a little uncomfortable and coffee not available in room; available at front desk but not until 7am, which is too late when you are on a long road trip and need to leave early.
Little cottage type, but really dingy. Yucky carpeting. No public space to sit and enjoy the view.
Pros: The location was okay.
Cons: The rooms were dingy, the bad was the hardest I have ever experienced. The door was a patio sliding door instead of a door and window. The air conditioner was either High super cold or warm. High or low fan setting didn't work. Coffee was an hour late.
Offering free WiFi, this motel is 5 minutes’ drive from Prescott Rodeo Grounds. All rooms are equipped with a cable TV. Free parking is provided on site. Each air-conditioned room features a work desk, a microwave and a small refrigerator at Pine View Motel Prescott. An en suite bathroom is also included. Select rooms offer a kitchen and a spa bath. Lower Goldwater Lake is 15 minutes’ drive from the motel. Sharlot Hall Museum is 1.2 miles from Prescott Pine View Motel.
Pros: About all you could desire for hot breakfast--best Belgian waffles! Real eggs, meat, fruits, pastries, pancakes, real oatmeal.
Pros: Spacious room, cleanliness; magnificent breakfast, and great breakfast staff!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Cons: Hard to exit parking lot...no stop light.
Pros: We took our pets and they were welcome there. Some places advertise as pet friendly but are not. The breakfast room is large and inviting and they let us take some food for our pets. Great place to stay.
Pros: The only purpose of a room for me is to sleep and shower. The shower was clean, the bed was a 4 out of 5 on comfort. Very stiff is the best way to describe that bed. The ladies that checked me in and out were very friendly and forthcoming with information about navigating the traffic and making sure I had everything I needed. Great stay.
Pros: Staff, breakfast. Clean room.
Cons: Felt more busines orientated.
Pros: best breakfast we've seen for a long time. great value for the $$
From Whiskey Row to the World's Oldest Rodeo, every guest at our Prescott hotel faces one big question: What do you do first? Downtown Prescott is only a few minutes away, which is a big plus for business travelers and guests looking for the best dining and shopping. However, if a day on the links sounds more enticing, there are a number of golf courses nearby. From business to leisure, our Prescott hotel is in a great location to enjoy everything the region has to offer. We’re the only Best Western in the area, and our reputation makes us stand out. Guests count on the outstanding quality, convenience, and customer service of our branded Prescott hotel. We also offer a fantastic location that’s convenient to the most popular destinations in the area. As a pet-friendly Prescott hotel, we welcome the entire family and are a favorite for guests traveling with furry friends. Whether you’re in town for downtown Prescott events or one of the popular youth sports tournaments, you’ll be treated to a warm reception, plentiful parking and spacious accommodations. Outdoor recreational activities like hiking, cycling, and fishing are also available nearby. Leave the most important meal of the day to us. Our complimentary full hot breakfast spread includes hot scrambled eggs, ham or sausage, a variety of breakfast pastries and breads, english muffin or bagels, a waffle station, a selection of fruits and cereals, and a choice of yogurts. Top it off with a mug of our famous 100% Arabica coffee or your choice of cold juices. Book a comfortable, clean room at Best Western Prescottonian and see how our friendly staff can help make your vacation one to remember! Enjoy your stay.
Pros: Won $2,500 in the casino on the slots and more than paid for my trip.
Cons: Would've liked an outdoor pool, but everything else was great.
Pros: The desk staff were helpfull and friendly.
Great size room and the view was awesome.
Highly recommend to other people
Pros: Quiet location. Room clean and roomy. Comfortable bed and linens. Air conditioning and heating was quiet and controlled by thermostat.
Cons: All dinner menus expensive. Coffee shop had good coffee but dried out unappealing pastries. Breakfast in dining room was good and beautiful setting. Setting is not walking distance to any shopping or dining.
Pros: Great views over looking Prescott. Nice inside pool and jacuzzi. Less than 10 minutes from downtown. Fridge in room.
Pros: For the most part the staff was wonderful!!
Some annoying snags during our stay. Management needs to get on the ball so they can better strengthen their team and get them on the same page. Heck, just be present.
Cons: I called front desk to ask for a late check out and the attendant said the hotel was not checking guests out late that day. I told her that we were checked in very late the previous day (we arrived at 12 to hang out and relax and to just see if we could pop in early....our room wasn't ready until around 6!) and she said she was sorry but no. I asked to speak to a manager which she said there were "none on right now". I replied, "you don't have a MOD?" ***Why aren't your Managers On Duty actually on duty?
She told me we could stay until 12:00.
Lunch was nice, although it seemed the servers were making the bar drinks themselves that afternoon probably due to slow season, which is understandable. There were three big events in town that weekend though and I believe the hotel was sold out, so taking that into consideration and also considering the $240 we paid for our room, one would think all facitilies would be available. The beverage came with a slice of orange that looked like it had been cut with a butterkife and dropped on the floor. Cleanliness and presentation are only a couple of the obvious expectation one would look for in an establishment such as this, right? We booked this hotel because of it's great reviews. I didn't want to be a jerk and send the drink back so I gave him the benifit of the doubt and did drink it and I am pretty sure I drank the floor. And woudn't you know, the last sip I took, I bit a tiny piece of dirt. **** I have been in the hospitality industry for the better part of twenty years. I get that things slack off some during the slow season but come on guys there is a line..... There are also standard expectations that have to be met.
Pros: Room was great, close to town,room faced Prescott great view.
Cons: Food and drinks were expensive
Pros: Great room, Friendly staff. Great central location
Pros: Room was very nice. Did a king suite. Staff was very courteous. Facility was clean. Nice pool. Ok jacuzzi.
Cons: Room wasn't ready till after 6 pm.
Restaurant choice was the very expensive one or the burgers / hot dogs casino. Needs a mid level place. We don't all want to shell out $50 or $60 per person for dinner or eat in a smoke filled casino.
Pros: Rooms were beautiful, view was outstanding, spa quality toiletries in bathroom.
Cons: Parking could be difficult because of next door casino, paper products in bathroom were very poor quality.
Pros: Location had easy access and a beautiful view of the area and the accomadations were very nice
Cons: Really nothing not to like ....
Try your luck at the casino when you stay at Prescott Resort in Prescott. Guests can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant and visit the spa to be pampered with massages, aromatherapy, or mani/pedis. An indoor pool and an outdoor pool are other highlights, and rooms offer up nice touches like premium bedding and designer toiletries.
Pros: The rooms are so, so clean, and they smell wonderful! The staff is friendly and helpful, and there for you if you need small items (extra pillow, bottle opener, extra blanket). There is a circle K sharing the same parking lot that provides you with ice at no fee. It's such a comfortable place, we felt like we were right at home. The two queen sized beds were perfect for a family of 3. I will say the decor is dated and the mattress wasn't the most comfortable, but who really cares? There's a fridge and microwave right in your room, making this a great place to stay in the Prescott area and save some money by eating TV dinners in the room instead of going out for every meal. We actually cooked at home and brought a large cooler prior to going so we had food in the room. Perfect! And at these rates, you CANT go wrong! If you want to spend your days on Whiskey row there is a free parking garage right nearby, so I would say stay here and make the short drive to the downtown!
Cons: The one thing that could use improving was the shower head, somehow it hit me in the face no matter where I was standing in the shower. We just laughed about it. There's also no plug for the bathtub but we just used a washcloth to plug it up to bathe the Kiddo.
Pros: The room was great.
Cons: It was overpriced for what it was. It should be a $55 a night motel, not $75.
Pros: Great location to stop on my way to Jerome, Sedona and then the Grand Canyon. Can't beat the cost, and the room was safe and very clean. Obviously could use some updates, but for less than half the cost of other establishments, I am willing to deal with an outdated shower head.
Cons: Not a huge deal, but the ice machine is inside of the neighboring gas station. (It can be used at no cost to hotel customers)
Pros: Service is excellent, room are a lot bigger than expected. It is very clean. But best of all. It is a great value
A great choice for a stay in Prescott, Antelope Hills Inn is just 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from the airport. Free perks include WiFi and self parking. Rooms feature conveniences like refrigerators and microwaves.
Pros: In all honesty the young lady who received us was very nice she also checked us out
Cons: Live bed bug found crawling on us in the morning we were to leave . Notified the cleaning staff and the young lady at the front desk no manager to notify on a Sunday morning was asked if we were sure it was a bed bug left a sample of the critter in a paper tissue with the front desk
Pros: Good property, outwardly well maintained, and nicely appointed room.
Cons: Breakfast service needed more attention to keep up with demand.
Pros: The staff was friendly and attentive. Room was clean and quiet. Enjoyed having a private patio. Location was perfect.
Cons: The heated pool was a little chilly. But we enjoyed it anyways. And we found a half loaf of bread on the top shelf above the fridge. Breakfast was mediocre. But ok for a free breakfast.
Pros: The pool and dining was nice.
Cons: Front desk was very unprofessional and the young staff treated you as if you were bothering them. Our room was the most discussing of all. The hide a bed had very used sheets and a pair of mens dirty boxers in side. Also our king bed had used sheets that appeared to have sexual stains throughout. I called the manager to explain to her and she treated me as if i was wanting to stay there free when i was just informing her about the situation. She also sounded young and very unprofessional. Ive always enjoyed La Quinta until now.
Pros: Very clean and loved the pool area.
Cons: Breakfast eggs and sausage not hot. Staff states the flame went out "again". Bath towels like sand paper.
Pros: we liked the breakfast and also enjoyed the whirlpool very much
Cons: We enjoyed our weekly stay very much and would recommend LaQuinta to our friends and family
Pros: The beds were nice - fluffy duvets and good pillows.
Cons: Not enough lighting in rooms - very dim. Not enough breakfast items and warm orange juice. Girl staffing it appeared worn out both days. Not enough staff - we tried to eat at the restaurant/bar and no one was working there! But people were drinking at the bar!? Also this hotel was billed as the Wyndham Gardens Prescott and no one told us it had changed names and was undergoing renovations - lots of dust!!!! Plus people consistently put a rock in the door so anyone could come in and out - no security whatsoever. I won't be back.
The La Quinta Inn & Suites Conference Center Prescott has been awarded the 2016 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award. The La Quinta Inn & Suites Conference Center Prescott hotel is located in "Everybody's Hometown" Prescott, AZ. Nestled comfortably next to the Prescott National Forest, the hotel offers bright, comfortable accommodations and friendly service in the heart of the beautiful central Arizona highlands. Business and leisure travelers alike will appreciate the hotel's convenient location minutes from historic Whiskey Row, Courthouse Square, and Tim's Toyota Center, renowned for its conventions, concerts and special events. Travelers will especially enjoy the numerous opportunities for outdoor recreation, world-class golf and rich cultural activities that showcase the city's unique old-west history. This Prescott hotel features six meeting rooms totaling 11,900 square feet of meeting space, including a 6,100 sq ft outdoor event patio. The event rooms range from a small meeting room that comfortably seats 30 people to a 3,100 square foot Ballroom that accommodates up to 170 people for a banquet A fully equipped, state-of-the-art fitness center is available for those guests who like to keep to their exercise regimen while on the road, or who enjoy relieving the stress of a long day of travel. Outdoor enthusiasts will especially appreciate this Prescott hotel's close proximity to miles of hiking trails, located adjacent to the hotel. You can also stop by our Bright Side Market if you forget any of your essential amenities. The La Quinta Inn & Suites Prescott Conference Center also features fully equipped business center where you can take care of business. Each of the hotel's 82 guest rooms offers airy, contemporary styling and many thoughtful amenities including a private patio, free Wi-Fi and 37-inch flat panel television. For those desiring more space, the spacious suites at this Prescott hotel feature a separate living room with sofa bed, microwave and refrigerator. This Prescott hotel features six meeting rooms totaling 10,000 square feet of meeting space. The event rooms range from a small meeting room that comfortably seats 30 people to a 6,200 square foot Ballroom that accommodates up to 300 people for a banquet, or 40 8x10 foot exhibit booths.
Pros: Good for a one night stay if that for adults only, if you don't mind leaving with bug bites.
Cons: They charged me extra for my two small children. And the lady kept saying it is OK, it's your fault just fix it and it's OK. I also left with 3 bites on my body. We were staying there for two days until we were able to sign a lease for our house and we had a U-Haul trailer on the back of our truck and had nowhere to park. There are like 10 parking spots if that and none of them are big enough for a full size truck if that.
Pros: Very clean spacious room with refig and microwave
When visiting Prescott, Heritage House Motel is a great choice to consider. You'll have free perks like WiFi and self parking. Rooms feature bonuses like refrigerators and microwaves.
Pros: The staff was very nice. Breakfast much better than I expected. Loved the pine trees all around.
Cons: The A/C took some time to cool the room down.
Pros: The morning assustant manager was fantastic. He was apologetic and seemed sincere in his desire to right the wrong that his morning staff had caused.
Cons: When we arrived our room had been given to someone else. After 45 min of discussion and showing our receipt we had our room, "supposedly for 2 nights." Next day we het a call that our things were being removed from room. We missed part of our event, "state wrestling" due to phone conversations about the mistake.
Pros: Comfortable beds, good location in the Pines near downtown.
Cons: Lots of bugs outside the room at night this time of year, they should consider yellow bug light bulbs next to the doors.
Pros: Breakfast was oK
Cons: The hot tub was closed for the season. I was very disappointed this information was not disclosed to us on the reservation website. Secondly, the room ceilings had several cracks. We decided that this will be the last time staying at Confort Inn.
Pros: I liked how close it was to town 1.4 miles and it was quiet all night and most of the day
Cons: It seemed like several people lived there... Some scary people at that! Next time because of that I might stay at a more upscale rather than cheap!
The Comfort Inn of Prescott is nestled in the beautiful Ponderosa Pines. It borders the Prescott National Forest and is only 2 miles from downtown, which includes the Courthouse, Whiskey Row, Sharlot Hall Museum, restaurants, shops and casinos. Pet accommodation: 10.00/night per dog. Dogs only. Pet limit: 2 dogs per room / up to 50 pounds. Please do not request: Non-smoking rooms if not available. Spa closed until March 2011
We sit on 1.5 acres with two seasonal creeks that run around the property. All the cottages are centered off our beautiful grassy courtyard that includes gas grills, patio furniture, a couple of small ponds and a bon-fire for those cozy evenings.The cottages were built in the 40's and have been updated with newer carpet/furnishings. They are very cute, comfortable and clean yet we have kept the rustic cabin feel (all units with carpet or wood flooring). If you are a nature lover or looking for something different where you have your own space yet the beautiful setting of the courtyard for your guest to gather in,you have found it. All the cottages come fully equipped so the only thing you need to bring is your food, paper towels and shampoo. We sit only 1.5 miles South of downtown Prescott yet on the edge of the Nation Forest in the Ponderosa Pines. A deposit of 1night is required at the time of booking and will be charged to your Credit Card. CXL by 12PM hotel time at least 7days PTA to avoid a 1night charge. 8.50USD fee all reservations.