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Hotel Vendome

230 S Cortez St, Prescott, AZ 86303-3939
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#6 of 23 hotels in Prescott
A small boutique hotel built in 1917, the Hotel Vendome still retains much of its original charm. Located in the heart of downtown Prescott a half block from the Courthouse Square with many restaurants, bars, Whiskey Row, galleries and antique shops within walking distance. The hotel has 20 guest rooms with original clawfoot tubs, a wine and beer bar and an area to lounge and take in the beautiful front windows. Guest pantry with tea and coffee. Pamper packages available.
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Kat M wrote a review Oct 2020
Phoenix, Arizona8 contributions
My daughter and I just stayed this weekend. Check in process was very easy and staff was great. We stayed in Abby’s room. Nothing paranormal to report about the room, but was a pleasant stay. We did capture some interesting video and pictures of the first floor hallway and stairs. As with any old buildings, the floors creak when you walk. The bed was very comfortable. The room was nice and clean. Bathroom is kind of small, but was nice. Found the drawer of cat toys for Noble and a notebook listing previous experiences, which was very interesting to look over. Great distance to walk around town.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
Suzanne S wrote a review Sep 2020
Phoenix, Arizona248 contributions19 helpful votes
Hotel Vendome is a cozy boutique hotel situated right by the main square of historic Prescott. We were easily able to walk to restaurants, bars, and shopping from the hotel. The check-in process was contactless and very efficient. When checking out, all we had to do was drop the room key at the front desk and that was it. The people working at the hotel were friendly and wore face masks at all times. The lobby area was spotless. I usually take pictures of the room, but I forgot to take pictures until after we'd already put our stuff everywhere and I don't like to take pictures once we've messed up the room. I did snap a few pics of the front of the hotel, the lobby, and the downstairs hallway though. The room and bathroom were very clean and perfect for an overnight stay. The room itself was fairly small (king-sized bed though), but we didn't need a lot of space because we weren't spending much time in the room anyways. The bathroom had a large shower. They have suites you can book if you need more space. What stopped me from giving this hotel five stars is our sleeping experience. We specifically booked Room #9 because the description on the hotel's website said Room #9 is located in 'a nice quiet spot' of the building. Unfortunately, we had a terrible night's sleep because the ceiling was creaking all night from people walking around on the second floor above us. I'm not a light sleeper, but the loud creaking continuously woke me up throughout the night. My husband slept just as poorly as I did because of the creaking. I would have booked a room on the second floor had I known of this issue. I recommend the hotel change their description for Room #9 accordingly.
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Date of stay: September 2020
Room Tip: Pick a room on the second floor so you don't hear people walking around above you
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Edson wrote a review Sep 2020
San Francisco, California244 contributions44 helpful votes
This is a nice property one block away from the Prescott court house, you can't beat this great location close to the most vibrant area of Prescott. The hotel is a historical building where you can travel back in time, rooms are well restored were you can have a nice rest after walking the downtown. You can also sit down at the porch and look people passing by the street. Room was a little small but thats the charm of the historical hotel experience.
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Date of stay: June 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Psyntax wrote a review Aug 2020
Scottsdale, Arizona46 contributions11 helpful votes
This is in fact a very old historical building however it looks it and little has been done to restore it. I see the potential and it's sad to see if falling apart. Just things like hiding cords that run from the TV to the wall, hanging pictures properly, painting, etc. It really needs some TLC. Staff is super nice and accommodating. It's located in the perfect spot, just a little walk to town.
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Room Tip: Pick a room where the air conditioner is functional and it is not near the compressor. Very loud.
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markisenberger wrote a review Jul 2020
Tucson, Arizona31 contributions40 helpful votes
I'm utterly baffled by the Tripadvisor reviews for this property, and I'm not going to mince words: It's a rundown $h!thole. It's literally one of the worst American hotels I've ever stayed at in any category or class. The Vendome is located on a side street adjacent to Whiskey Row and the historic downtown district. The street itself is quiet and parking is ample, and it’s walking distance from the action. It’s also across the street from a police station and two doors down from a funeral parlor. The first thing you notice upon arrival is, in a neighborhood of impeccably restored/maintained historic buildings, this property is shabby and looks every second of its 100-plus-years age. It’s clearly a historic building, and there’s a city plaque in front detailing the history, which starts in 1917, and culminating in its addition to the National Register of Historic Places. The entryway (see pics) is bare concrete, from which paint and flooring have been chipped away, and rubber matting is glued down on the steps; for what, I can’t imagine. The planters are devoid of plants. Don’t look up, because you’ll see the veranda roof is decaying on both the first and second floors. The ceiling clapboard paneling and sub-structure are both rotting and peeling, and frankly, look ready to collapse. The banisters are sagging, and the wood rot extends to the flooring on the second floor veranda (more pics). The furniture collection looks like it came from a thrift store. The second floor veranda has some kind of sectional day-bed, and it’s totally second-floor-veranda-inappropriate. I can’t imagine trying to be comfortable on it with my wife, let alone with strangers. The hotel itself has covid-19 restrictions in place, but I don’t think they’re that limiting, and this place would terrible at any time. There’s no bar or restaurant, but the front desk serves coffee, ice, and a couple of beers from taps behind the front desk: It’s a weird setup, and any charm certainly escaped me. There’s no meaningful common area or dining space. There’s some furniture, and the aforementioned amenities, but it’s really circulation space, and can’t accommodate more than a handful of people. And the rooms, well they’re terrible. You get a key which operates a deadbolt. You can secure with an interior chain when inside. The standard room is tiny, and the king bed takes up the majority of the space, even though it’s wedged against the wall on two sides. The paint looks like it’s 50 years old. The same with the bathroom. The shower curtain contraption around the claw foot tub looks like it was created from PVC pipe by a 10-year-old. The toilet, which is perfectly situated to give a view of the entire room when the door is open, doesn’t fully empty bowl contents, but the antique overhead tank and chain were kinda cool, if you want to reenact the scene from the Godfather where Sollozzo is murdered. There is closet with a luggage stand, but it comes with a large disclaimer sticker on the door, that the condensate lines of the air conditioner drip, and may stain your suitcase. We opted for the tiny amount of remaining floor space for our luggage, which effectively turned the bed into the only usable horizontal surface. I will not accuse the hotel of misrepresenting the hotel: If you read between the lines in the marketing literature and the city plaque in front, this was never a luxury hotel (pic). I think “apartment house” in 1917 was probably barracks, and that is clearly what this once was. It is a rectangular box with hallways running lengthwise on the first and second floors, and in 1917, there was one bathroom for every two rooms. It was never fancy or nice, and certainly isn’t now, even after they gave each room its own bathroom. I will, however, accuse the hotel of egregious neglect, and performing a charade of caring, as their responses in the reviews show. There are two competing historic hotels in the district, which we regrettably opted to not stay at, and we visited both out of curiosity. The contrast between the common areas of the Vendome and its competitors is shocking. In an area full of pristine vintage historic homes and commercial buildings, this place is notable for its neglect and decay. But don’t take my word for it. My mother-in-law and her sister stayed there in the early 90s, and were kind enough to provide me a picture of what it used to look like. I hope this corroborates the harshness of this review.
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Date of stay: July 2020
Room Tip: Supposedly, the front veranda rooms are slightly larger. I don't think it will be enough to...
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Vendome
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Vendome?
Nearby attractions include Thumb Butte Trail 33 (0.2 miles), Yavapai County Courthouse Square (0.2 miles), and Downtown Historic Area (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Vendome?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Vendome?
Guests can enjoy a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Vendome?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Vendome?
Conveniently located restaurants include Papa's Italian Restaurant, Bill's Pizza, and Superstition Meadery.
Is Hotel Vendome located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the center of Prescott.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Vendome?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Yavapai County Courthouse Square (0.2 miles), Downtown Historic Area (0.2 miles), and Prescott Frontier Days, World's Oldest Rodeo (1.2 miles).