On a recent four-day trip to Arizona we thought it would be fun to spend the last night of our trip at the Creekside Lodge. When I made my reservations and gave my credit card number, I was told that there were plenty of vacancies for the night I would be staying. Unfortunately, our trip was cut short due to the untimely death of my sweetie's father. We hastily returned to California and canceled all of our reservations. When I called the Creekside Lodge, i was told they had a 72-hour cancellation policy. I guess 48 hours wasn't enough time even though their facility wasn't booked full. My credit card was charged, they took my money. I won't be going back to the Creekside Lodge. Neither will my friends who I told of this experience. I hope my money was worth it because it will end up costing them way more. Word of mouth sucks sometimes.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cabins on the creek with in-room red, heart-shaped Jacuzzi hot tubs and fireplaces. On site resaurant & saloon for dinner. Seculded feel but highway access. Cabin back porches back up to Big Bug Creek area. Watch wild animals from your back porch. Bring you dog or horse. Close to Prescott, Sedona, Jerome and Crown King, casinos, forrest, high desert, golf courses, & more! Cabins start at $69 a night mid week, $99 a night on week ends & holiday periods. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Creekside Preserve Lodge And Guest Cabins Hotel Mayer