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Jerome Grand Hotel
Ranked #1 of 2 Hotels in Jerome
Certificate of Excellence
Chandler, Arizona
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7 reviews
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“Get a room with a view!”
Reviewed October 30, 2013 via mobile

If you stay in Jerome you have to stay here! Best view in the city (only one side of the building has a view though)! There is an old 1900 elevator you can use, the rooms are clean and spacious and the room entrances are locked to outside visitors who dont belong which is nice.

If you dont mind spending $100 for dinner for two, go ahead and eat here, but remember youre paying for convenience and the experience.

The tour at night was a rip-off at $20 /person. The best part was seeing the old boiler room and peaking into a suite that was once the OR. It was a mini-history of the old hospital, nothing more and something that you cod read about online. If you believe in Orbs or Ghosts go for it. Otherwise its your money.

  • Stayed October 2013
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St. Clairsville, OH
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Reviewed October 27, 2013

My wife and I ate here back in 2000 and knew we had to make it back to stay in the hotel. We did not, however, think it would take 13 years! We finally were able to make it back and it was everything we had hoped for. We had the 3rd floor Balcony Room (straight across from the elevator). The room was large and nicely appointed. My wife loved the bathroom and we both really enjoyed the extra large balcony. We stayed three nights and both slept well the entire time. If I have any complaint at all, it would be that we could not get the room cold enough for us. We are a bit unusual when it comes to a sleeping temperature, enjoying it down in the low 60's. Do not pass up a chance to stay there. Worth every cent! Checkout the original elevator. Additional note: Do not miss the Gold King Mine and Ghost Town.

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  • Stayed October 2013, traveled as a couple
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Stockton, California
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Reviewed October 17, 2013

This is a very different hotel to say the least. It was originally built as a hospital I 1926, and closed in 1950 as the population of Jerome drastically decreased. The population was 15,000 in 1925 and dropped to under 200 by 1955 due to the copper mines closing. The building was vacant for many years until an enterprising couple bought and renovated it. It opened as a hotel in 1996. Our room was on the top floor and we had views of the Verde Valley which were fantastic. The room was large, comfortable and nicely furnished. The hotel is supposed to be haunted, but we were not awakened by any ghosts. We would definitely stay here again. When I say unique, I mean unique!

  • Stayed September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Springfield, MO
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Reviewed October 14, 2013

What a great place to stay. The Grand is an old converted hospital. It is OLD and all the things that go with old such as thin doors, thin walls. The hotel does have quite hours and that’s good because you can hear everything going on, but the place is so charming and interesting. The hotel is high and above the town with no traffic noise.

Be sure to get a room with a balcony. The view from the mountain overlooking the valley is spectacular. I don’t know if the rooms facing the mountain are available. I would avoid these if you want a view. They do offer ghost tours but we did not partake.

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  • Stayed September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Montreal
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 155 helpful votes
Reviewed October 12, 2013

This hotel actually turned out to be one of the highlights of our motorcycle road trip stays. High on top of a cliff with a great scenic view and a reputation for being haunted, it was must for us. The reception guy was a bit of an odd character, but he blended in well with this hotel.Our rooms (4 of them) were very nice, had been remodeled and of various sizes (this hotel used to be a hospital). Parking outside seems limited, but adequate for the amount of rooms. There is no real continental breakfast but coffee and some packaged danishes are available for consumption starting around 7:30. The on site restaurant is not affiliated with the hotel but an excellent choice for dinner ($$$, but worth it)
Ok, so now to the haunting....there are lots of rumors, stories, videos etc of various haunting; all I can say is this: while we were there I personally witnessed two ladies (from separate families) who went into the hotel and came out in tears, because they felt a "heaviness" inside. They were NOT faking it and one of them got into her car and left immediately. Lots of guests wander the halls looking for "orbs" and other ghosts, but we saw nothing. The only other "haunting" was done by us at 4am on the top floor (our group booked the entire top floor) and we had a blast wandering around in sheets and being stupid in general.....
I highly recommend this hotel for it's services and for being out of the ordinary.

Room Tip: Pick a room where someone has died (most rooms have some history) for that extra sleeping experience...
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  • Stayed October 2013, traveled as a couple
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Portsmouth
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Reviewed October 11, 2013

We stayed in one of the balcony rooms and I recommend you get one of these. Breakfast on the balcony was definitely a highlight for me. Make sure you go up the right street, Hill Street our sat nav sent us up the little road after which was narrow and bumpy but got us there. Hill street was steep but safer. The rooms our comfortable. We didn't see any ghosts but that's hopefully because we didn't want to see any. we stayed at the hotel for the view not for the spooks. We had dinner at the Asylum restaurant and it was delicious.

  • Stayed September 2013
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Reviewed October 11, 2013

The Grand Suite was all that was left with 2 beds after the Shutdown of 2013 cancelled the Grand Canyon for my birthday. It was a great 2nd choice. By many standards it is expensive but being from California no different than a beach stay. Around $400 a night. The room is 2000 sq ft with a full kitchen, dining room, living room, TV room, 2 bathrooms and 2 bedrooms. Even has a washer/dryer and a piano. We were able to spook it up with so many doors to close and closets to hide in. My friend hurt her knee walking down one of the many stairs in Jerome so a walking tour of the town was out of the question. We made our own drinks in the full kitchen, turned one of the couches in the TV room around and took in the sunset outside the window. It was so beautiful! In the morning coffee and a sunrise in the same spot. The Asylum downstairs was very handy for a quick dinner, no driving down the hill after a few drinks. The top of the hill is quite at night and the views outside the room are unmatched.

Room Tip: The Grand Suite would be perfect for a family or friends sharing the bill
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  • Stayed October 2013, traveled with friends
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Property: Jerome Grand Hotel
Address: 200 Hill Street, Jerome, AZ 86331
Location: United States > Arizona > Jerome
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Ranked #1 of 2 Hotels in Jerome
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$
Number of rooms: 23
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Historic hotel in Jerome, Arizona overlooking the Verde Valley. A National Historic Building offering fine dining, ATV rentals, ghost hunting nights on Tues and Thurs, trolley tours Wed, Verde Canyon Railroad Train tour packages, close to hiking trails and state parks. We offer accommodations from standard guest rooms to our new 2000 sq ft grand suite. ... more   less 
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