This was absolutely a wonderful experience and a do not miss if you are staying in Prescott. I was there celebrating my birthday and they set up a card and fresh chocolate covered strawberries that the staff came in early to make happen. The in room breakfast and the overall friendliness of the staff was second to none. The actual historic feel and the adorable rooms made it warm and inviting. I will definitely be staying there again. Just beware of the stairs as there is no elevator but that is what makes it a historic hotel.
The Grand Highland Hotel is a wonderful hotel. My sister had her wedding here. The rooms are nice . I liked that it’s a small hotel. The venue space is awesome. Indoor and outdoor space. She had the ceremony outside, dinner inside, dj & dancing outside and a retro RV photo booth. Had a wonderful stay & time.
The staff were very friendly. I was in Prescott for the All Corvette Car Show and they called me that they would try and get my room ready early and sure enough they called at 0130pm and advised I could check in early. The room was clean and nicely decorated and the bathroom was very clean and had newer sink and toilet. The bathtub and shower was early nice. They even brought up to my room a continental breakfast of my choice and very good. Overall I will stay there again and I highly recommend them! Ray :)
Location, location, location... it's a perfect location! You could not ask for a better place to stay in Prescott, especially if you are visiting on the 4th of July weekend! We walked out the front door to watch the amazing Frontier Days parade, and we went to the Rodeo on two different days, which is just 5 minutes away by car. The rooms are small, but very well appointed, and the beds are super comfortable! Included with our stay was a delivered breakfast, which included a wide range of yummy items, like yogurt, bagel, boiled egg, fruit, juice, etc. The staff was friendly and helpful, giving us directions around town, and helping us find some last minute rodeo tickets. We really enjoyed our stay, and will definitely be back!
We stayed one night in Big Nose Kate's room and thought it was great fun. Location is perfect and parking behind the hotel was easy. The staff we dealt with were friendly and helpful. Once you have checked in you are given code to enter via the rear door which helps with luggage if you're parked round the back of hotel. Breakfast was chosen from a list and delivered to your room at specified time, we thought that was a great idea. Bed was comfortable and we had a good nights sleep. Location is great for bars and places to eat in Prescott.
We loved this little boutique hotel and our room. Everything was great and it met our expectations at the price we paid. The location was perfect for us and the service was very good, would stay here again.
Just got back from a two night stay and would highly recommend. The room was clean and the staff was very attentive. I was there for my birthday and the hotel gave me a box of chocolate covered strawberries!
First, the good points. Great location. Right downtown. Our room looked out of a lovely bay window onto the square in the middle of town. It’s right on the famous “Whiskey Row.” We were able to walk to a great restaurant for dinner. It was very clean and had been remodeled in a fun 1920’s style. On the negative side: the lighting in the room was extremely dim and downright depressing. I couldn’t decide which was less depressing, having the ceiling light on (a real atmosphere crusher) or turning it off altogether. All that was needed was brighter lightbulbs in the lamps on the bedside night stands and a different ceiling lamp. The shower was hard to figure out and too high for me as a petite woman to adjust. The room was very small and only had one chair. The breakfast was meager. Overall my husband and I thought it was priced too high for what we got.…
Wonderfully done historic hotel in the best location in Prescott, Arizona. You are literally on historic Whiskey Row in downtown Prescott. The rooms are all unique and very well appointed. We opted for the romance package since it was Valentine's Day and everything was perfect. The staff at the hotel is very helpful and friendly, but not at all overbearing. Will definitely be staying here again in the future.
Honestly, the one thing you have to know to be sure you'll enjoy your stay here is that there is no elevator, and all rooms are one flight of stairs up. Recent foot surgery? Mobility issues? Too drunk to climb stairs? This is probably not your best venue. And if you're that drunk, seek help, the stairs are not your real problem. For the rest of us, the Grand Highland hotel is one of the best "hundred year old" hotels you could possibly wish for. It feels old and new at once, because of the renovations and upgraded amenities. All rooms that I've stayed in have a marvelous claw-foot tub - great for bathing and relaxing, not so good for those of us who just want a quick shower (the 360 degree curtain arrangement is mildly challenging). There are lots of good things, but only two of the rooms look out over the picturesque Courthouse Square - currently filled with Christmas lights and tourists brought by the over-the-top "Christmas Town USA" vibe Prescott boasts (with some justification - it's really very nice). The Grand Highland room and the "Speakeasy" room are the two with the best view - if you don't need a suite, ask for one of those, the view and the large window sills (extra space for luggage, etc) are awesome. But it's hard to beat what you get in the larger suite rooms, such as the Capitol Suite (the largest). Room to stretch out, couches, chairs, a table... No view to speak of, but the windows open to let fresh air and sunshine in (weather allowing), and the extra space is very nice if you're staying more than one night. Go for a suite if the two front rooms are not available (or if you just want more room). But two things stand out and deserve mention. 1> On the reservation page, they ask if you need anything special. I put in a request for extra pillows (which were waiting in the room, as requested), and mentioned that it was our 5th anniversary night - and that we'd stayed with them 5 years ago on our wedding night. What was on the dresser when we walked in was a delightful surprise - a box of chocolate covered strawberries, and a card wishing us a happy anniversary and a great stay with them. The extra effort and very kind and unexpected gesture was emblematic of the service and thoughtfulness that they have as a foundational precept. But a huge shout out to whoever read my note and kicked it up to the next level - very, very nice and a fun capper for our evening celebrations. 2> The breakfast is "continental plus", meaning bagels, orange juice, fruit, coffee, and some similar easy treats. Not a full breakfast, but they do offer hard boiled eggs, if eggs you must have. In the past, this has always been a "fetch your own" sort of affair, but with the pandemic, they now bring it to your room on a tray, in a brown paper bag or two. And now, the bagels are toasted and come hot, it feels very fresh and personal. Frankly, they have simply kicked things up a notch to compensate for the pandemic distancing and related issues, and it actually feels like a better, more personal experience. If anyone from GHH reads this, you may want to keep this up after the pandemic, it's a nice improvement in the service level and the "feel" or the stay. It was OK before, loved the breakfast options. Now, it's nicer and you feel a bit more "coddled".…