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Hotel Vendome

230 S Cortez St, Prescott, AZ 86303-3939
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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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Property amenities
Free parking
Street parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free internet
Bar / lounge
Walking tours
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Public wifi
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Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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This is an older hotel with older furnishings but the location to the center of town couldn't be more perfect. The personnel are outstanding and ready to help you on every level. There is a busy good restaurant next door (not affiliated with the hotel), Parking is down a narrow driveway on the side of the hotel. No breakfast. AC is discontinued in October.
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I took my 14 year old daughter for a quick trip to Prescott and thought it would be fun to stay at this hotel. I had read briefly about room 16 being haunted but didn’t think too much about it. Once we checked in we decided to google information about room 16. It did not disappoint! My daughter was pretty freaked out but it was all in good fun. Nothing crazy happened but the heat was broken in the whole hotel (no big deal at all) yet the room got so hot in the middle of the night then quickly the temperature dropped into the 60’s in our room. It was odd and we just blamed the ghost. We left food out for the ghosts (since they died of starvation in the room). There’s a journal in room 16 where many guests comment on their ghost experiences and feeling the cat sleeping on their feet. The fire alarm when off in the morning and we loved that the staff just blamed the ghosts. All in all, it’s a lovely old hotel in a great location. You can park your car and walk everywhere. We received great restaurant recommendations from the staff. I loved the upstairs veranda that I enjoyed the free glass of wine (from 5-6 everyday you get free wine, yay!) while my daughter and I read our books. The bed was very comfortable! We would definitely stay here again but my daughter would not sleep in room 16:)
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This is a small, boutique hotel in Prescott, AZ. It is literally just a few buildings away from the heart of Prescott, Courthouse Square. It’s a 2 story hotel built in 1917 & has a front porch with rocking chairs. I’m uncertain if there’s an elevator because both times we stayed there we had a ground floor room. The rooms are smaller than you would find at one of the chain motels, but the whole place has such a historic atmosphere, it’s worth it. The rooms are stylish & have been redecorated as have the bathrooms. There is no coffee makers or refrigerator in the room, but there is a little kitchenette with a Keurig, refrigerator, coffee, tea, cocoa soup, cereal right down the hall for guests to use. They also have a coffee/wine bar in the lobby where you can have free cookies & a glass of wine in the late afternoon. From this hotel, the historic courthouse & all the shops, restaurants, museums travelers enjoy are in walking distance.
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We came to Prescott to try and connect some dots, in my family history. Needless to say, this hotel was perfect for my mindset. We were greeted with a big bright smile from Caitlyn. She was friendly and engaging, as was her sister who was very busy cleaning. They both made us feel like we were long lost friends. The bed was probably the most comfortable I have ever slept in. There were vintage school desks, as bedside tables that were charming and very functional (outfitted with extra plugs and USB ports). I loved the bathroom’s claw-foot tub. It was perfect for a long soak, after walking around the center square. We will return for another stay, in the near future.
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We stayed one night in King Suite #25 which was plenty of room for 2 of us. It was no fun to see how they have been able to preserve all the original aspects of the original hotel and yet been able to update it to today's standards. The claw foot tub and shower were adorable it brings you back in time with the toilet with the tank near the ceiling and the pull to flush with. The king bed was very comfortable and the room was quiet which made for a good night's sleep. Having the bathroom between the living room and bedroom was handy and the long shelf against the back wall with mirror was helpful for getting ready in the morning. They provide you with complimentary coffee or tea and the coffee is ground in small jars and is pretty good especially how bad some hotel room coffees are. The hotel is very clean and the staff is very friendly. It is located just steps away from Whiskey Row and for us was very close to Middle School grounds where we attended the Mile High Brewfest. There is a nice restaurant right next door for lunch and dinner and I was told the Vendome plans to take over the house next door (where Cuppers used to be) and move their coffee and wine bar in there. There is ample parking at the side of the building. We certainly had a very pleasant stay.
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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), Downtown Historic Area (0.2 miles), and Yavapai County Courthouse Square (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 El Gato Azul.
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 Downtown Historic Area (0.2 miles), Yavapai County Courthouse Square (0.2 miles), and Prescott Frontier Days, World's Oldest Rodeo (1.2 miles).