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Lodging Recommendation in Jerome

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Roswell, Georgia
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Lodging Recommendation in Jerome

I'm looking at options for 2 nights if GNCP is still closed later this month. I'm considering one night in Jerome. Any favorite places to stay? Hotels or B&B's would both be fine.

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Jerome, Arizona
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1. Re: Lodging Recommendation in Jerome

Hi Deb...October is high season in Jerome and depending on your timing (Oct 11, 12 is the Ghost Walk, October 19th -20th is the Kaleidoscope Festival weekend, Oct 26th is the Halloween Ball) may be already sold out. Mid week reservations are probably still available. The Surgeon's House B&B was our favorite before we moved here full time, 4 rooms. She has beautiful gardens--still in full bloom, we haven't had a freeze yet, and great food. The Jerome Grand Hotel has some nice private patio, red rocks view rooms worth the splurge, rooms are basic but view is amazing. The Mile High Inn has several private bath rooms that come with breakfast (some shared bath as well), nice views and good ambiance.

Let me know if you have any other questions!

tucson az
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2. Re: Lodging Recommendation in Jerome

If you have problems finding lodging in Jerome, try Cottonwood where there are more choices.

Phoenix, Arizona
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3. Re: Lodging Recommendation in Jerome

The Surgeon's House is very nice! You might also try the Ghost City Inn or the Connor Hotel. We really like the Ghost City Inn; the Verde View room and the Western room are two of the nicest, with great views of the valley. Be aware that some rooms in the Connor Hotel can be a bit loud due to their proximity to the bar and street area; their website will tell you which are the quieter rooms, if that's an issue for you.

And yes, as Bob mentioned, if all else fails, try for a room in Cottonwood.

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