My wife and I visited Jerome in November. Had seen but never stayed at the Jerome Grand Hotel. It was a hospital in the '20-'50's. Turned into a hotel in the '90's. Retained the feel of the era. Doesn't feel like a hospital, but a classy old hotel. A definite place to stay again. The night v iew across the valley is beautiful. The Asylum restaurant in the hotel is expensive, but worth it. Great food and service.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Historic hotel in Jerome, Arizona overlooking Jerome and The Verde Valley. A National Historic Landmark Building offering fine dining in the separately owned/operated Asylum Restaurant, Verde Canyon Railroad 'Room & Ride 'tour packages and exquisite views. Nestled in the shadows of Cleopatra Hill, the Jerome Grand Hotel is close to shopping, galleries, numerous restaurants of varied cuisine, wine tasting rooms as well as The Jerome State Historic Park. Accommodations vary from standard guest rooms, Garden Rooms with private sun porch, Valley View and Mountainside Balcony Rooms to our 2000 sq ft, fully equipped Grand Suite. All rooms have heat pumps for individual climate control while we still utilize our 1926 Kewanee Boiler for steam heat throughout. All 5 levels of the Jerome Grand Hotel are serviced by the original 1926 Otis elevator. Jerome Grand Hotel offers WiFi on all levels, HD television, as well as a 24 hour Front Desk. Complimentary continental breakfast provided. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Grand Jerome