My husband and I wanted to get out of the heat of Phoenix and so decided to head up to Prescott for the weekend. We decided to stay at the Hassayampa Inn as it was so close to Whiskey Row and it sounded like a fun place to stay as it is one of the oldest hotels in the city. As we entered the hotel, we were surprised at how beautiful the lobby was and surprised to hear music playing which was coming from the grand piano tucked in one corner. As we approached the front desk, we noticed the gorgeous, huge fireplace on the other end. The front desk clerk was fun and inviting telling us about their house ghost "Faith" and the stories of those who have seen her. We were intrigued but not brave enough to stay on the 4th floor, where she is known to be seen the most! She then gave us a ride up on the lift/elevator, which is an old elevator that cannot be used by guests alone...someone from the front desk must give you a ride up and it was fun. The floors creaked as we walked on them and the hallways were narrow which gave this old hotel its novelty. Our room was very pretty and even though you could tell the building is old with some older furnishings, it had many modern conveniences with a very comfortable King size bed. Our room overlooked a patio just off Gurley st with a fountain and lots of pretty flowers. Ready for a cold drink, we headed down to the hotel bar and ordered some drinks and an appetizer. This room is certainly authentic and very interesting. They have a great happy hour menu and we enjoyed some potato skins that were very filling and at a great price. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Our room also came with a complimentary breakfast which consisted of a choice of 5 different and appetizing selections which you get to enjoy in their Peacock restaurant, which is another beautiful room in this hotel. Be sure to get a look at the beautiful peacock lady enscribed on the front door as you enter the retaurant. Our visit to this hotel was great!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Known as the Grand Dame of Prescott, the Hassayampa Inn was built as a luxury Hotel in 1927 to entice Phoenix tourists to flee the summer heat. Nostalgic elegance with a restored 1920's style lobby, little has changed since the Inn first opened its doors 81 years ago, but every modern amenity you'd expect a 21st century hotel to offer, including high speed wireless internet. Enjoy world class cuisine in the ultra-fashionable, yet comfortable, Peacock Dining Room. Live jazz is frequent in the leisurely Cowboy Bar. Prescott's world-famous Courthouse square is a mere block away with endless boutiques and antique stores. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hassayampa Hotel Prescott