We stayed here for two nights. Actually heard about this hotel from visiting the brewery downstairs the year before. Saw the website photos and pleased to say they properly represented the rooms. The rooms were well appointed and clean. Hot water was hot. Rooms were quiet. But do not assume this is a bed and breakfast unless you consider coffee and some packaged rolls to be breakfast. But you do have a coffee pot in the room (with coffee) and a Keurig in the lobby with assorted k-cups. And of course I highly recommend the brewer downstairs - Smelter town. I just wish they had more extended hours since there’s not a lot else in Clarksdale at night. Room pic’s (#2) included.
This is a great little hotel. There are only 9 rooms and you really feel like you have the place to yourselves. The room was well appointed with wonderful towels, comfy sheets, a refrigerator, microwave, coffee bar, etc. Checkin was smooth and the hotel even texted us to let us know our room was ready early. We were very happy about that. Housekeeping services were automatic. Just like it use to be before Covid. The room was super clean and very comfortable. I would recommend this place if you are going anywhere in the area.
A classy hotel with a fun brewery downstairs. We took the Verde train trip and stayed the night at the Park Hotel. Live music and brews combined with great rib dinner from across the street. Everything exceeded expectations!
The Park Hotel on Main Street in Clarkdale is a treasure. It’s located in classic old downtown Clarkdale, with all the charm of the area, including an adjoining Brewery. Becky has done a magnificent job of remodeling the hotel to the standards of high-end big-name establishments. The rooms are exceptionally well appointed with all the amenities you could possibly want or need. The property is next to the town’s historic park. Becky and the hotel/brewery staff make you feel like old friends that have come home to visit. It is also located within a half mile of the Verde Valley Railroad, so if you’re looking for an incredible, romantic ride along the Verde River and you want a place to stay that fits it perfectly, the this is your hotel. My wife and I want to personally thank Becky for making our stay so special. Tally ho! Ken and Ann…
This is an amazing hotel! This is a MUST stay if you're looking for the boutique hotel with loads of charm. An old office building transformed exquisitely into an 9 room hotel. No detail has been overlooked. Extremely clean and perfectly appointed rooms! Just cannot say enough wonderful things about this hotel. Most rooms are on the second floor, so the stairs are the only drawback, but well worth the climb!
My husband and I stayed one night at the Park Hotel and we were pleasantly surprised. It felt luxurious. There are special little touches throughout the room. The bed and pillows were heavenly. It's in a quaint location, also. We walked across the street for dinner at the Main Street Cafe, which was delicious. We tasted different delicious brews downstairs at the Smelter Town Brewery. And had breakfast down the street at the amazing Violettes Cafe. I can't say enough good things about this relaxing getaway in the quiet little town of Clarkdale.
I wish I could give more than 5 stars! This was one of the best hotel stays ever. The room is huge, well appointed, and has just about everything you could think of or need- 100% attention to detail. The bed was huge and super comfortable. We booked the Rails and Room package and they took care of everything for our Verde Canyon Railway trip. Booking and self check-in process was flawless, they provided text message updates and reminders, and they even had our room ready early, so we could check in before our train ride. I can't recommend this hotel enough. Super cute and modern while keeping that old town charm.
My husband and I stayed in room #2 after going on the Verde Canyon Night train and everything was perfect! The central location was ideal for a day in both cottonwood and Jerome. The owners attention to detail did not go unnoticed! From easy check in and out to the incredibly comfortable bed, towels, and fully stocked kitchenette. The brewery downstairs is ideal for anyone wanting to stay close by. We could see historic sites from our window and really enjoyed the museum right across the street. We will definitely be back!
We stayed in the Grand Room #1. It is a corner room so you have views to the west and North. Spectacular to see Jeromes lights at night and the mountains to the North. . The room was clean, well seviced every day and included some nice touches. They had cookies and danish avaiilable in the lobby every day. The coffee bar had at least 4-5 pouches so you could make multiple pots. In the freezer was a small bag of ice. It lasted our entire four day stay and chilled our evening cocktails. We did not take advantage of the king size claw foot tub, but it is sure inviting. We chose the Hotel so we could visit Jerome, hike in Sedona and Dead Horse Ranch. One night, we opened a window, kept the lights out and watched the gorgeous sunset! The Smelter Town Brewery has very fine craft beers downstairs. If you like good beer, yet another reason to stay! It is the most expensive room, but worth every penny!…
We stayed for one night in Room #5 in the Park Hotel, with a wonderful view of the park, the historic homes that bordered it, and at night, the diamond lights of the materials plant and Jerome. The brewery below was closed that night, so it was quiet and peaceful for the duration. This is a very classy property, with extreme care taken in choosing materials for the repurposing of this historic location. The interior design work is also on a very high level, with thoughtful attention given to comfort and amenities. Becky is a hospitality pro, and you shouldn't think twice about staying here. The Verde Canyon Railroad, the Arizona Copper Art Museum, Violette's Bakery Cafe and the Main Street Cafe are all within walking distance, so you park once and just enjoy it all!