Our Unique, Historically Inspired Hotel Rooms
Each of our rooms is designed to represent an aspect of the history surrounding Prescott Arizona.
Guest Rooms With a View
Overlooking the Beautiful Courthouse Square
Speak Easy Room
The Speak Easy King Room, complete with bay windows overlooking historic Whiskey Row and the Courthouse Plaza. The exciting colors of the Art deco design recall the time of speakeasies during the Prohibition period of Prescott history.
Grand Highland Room
The Grand Highland King Room, complete with bay windows overlooking historical Whiskey Row and the Courthouse Plaza. This decadent room takes its inspiration from the Art Nouveau period of the 1890-1910.
Suite & Adjoining Rooms
There is a door adjoining the Holiday and Prospector rooms, they can be reserved together or as separate rooms.
The Capitol King Suite offers a sitting parlor and full size sleeper sofa. Did you know that Prescott was the first capitol of Arizona? The Capital Suite celebrates this one of a kind story.
Rooms Inspired by Prescott History
The Rodeo King Room honors Prescott’s famed distinction as the home of the world’s oldest continuously running rodeo.
Mt. Vernon Room
The Mt Vernon King Room is inspired by the historic home of George Washington. The design reflects the refined Victorian architecture and style of the eastern United States.
The Trails Queen Room design highlights our mile high destination of unique geography, rock formations and historic trails throughout the desert highlands.
Big Nose Kate Room
The Big Nose Kate Queen Room offers a colorful room that tells the unique story of Big Nose Kate, also known as Katie Elder, a legend of the Wild West.
Sharlot Hall Room
The Sharlot Hall Queen Room celebrates the history of the Prescott Pioneers, and the woman who memorialized them in the Museum named for her.
Rough Riders Room
The Rough Riders Queen Room recalls the history of the Prescott volunteer Company of Teddy Roosevelt’s Rough Riders who fought in the battle for Cuba’s San Juan Hill.
Singing Cricket Room
The Singing Cricket Queen Room pays homage to the deep history of the Yavapai Native Americans of the Prescott area, and the first Chieftess of that Tribe.