Prescott, Arizona is a town that attracts people for so many different reasons, and because of this, the type of hotels and accommodation the town offers are also very diverse. From biker rallies to religious conferences, there are Prescott hotels to accommodate every traveling need. Prescott hotels or resorts are often a preferred choice for business travelers, those who require handicap accessible amenities or are traveling with family and just want things to be taken care of quickly and easily.
Places like the Prescott Resort and Conference Center is a clear choice for those holding large events requiring catering, meeting space and large quantities of rooms to be reserved. But there are several historic hotels in Prescott rich with Old West stories and legends to be told. If you’re traveling and looking for a genuine American West experience, stay at Hotel St. Michael. No matter what hotel you choose to stay at, Prescott and its surrounding natural area offers endless exploration and adventure. So get a good nights sleep on one of the great Prescott area hotels and experience as much of Prescott as you can!
Have a romantic week in a wooded cabin or stay with your whole family in a old Victorian home when you visit Prescott. Prescott is a vacation home paradise to many. With kids camps during the summer and endless outdoor adventures to be had, people of all ages come to Prescott year round to enjoy its moderate climate and beautiful natural resources. Vacation homes and seasonal homes are easy to come by, but also very in demand.
Prescott offers vacation home rentals right in the middle of town within walking distance to Whiskey Row, restaurants and art galleries, while cabin rentals can be found close to streams and hiking trails. Vacation homes and cabins offer a home away from home and can be quite cost effective when traveling with the whole family or a group of friends. Besides, when else are you going to be able to live in a Victorian house or in a cottage by the stream? If you are traveling for pleasure and are staying for more than a weekend, we strongly suggest getting a renting a vacation home or cabin. It’s an opportunity to slow down and experience what it would be like to live in Prescott.
You’ve likely heard that Prescott has been voted by US New & World Report as Top 20 Places to Retire. Prescott’s moderate climate, health resources and thriving senior community makes it a fun and ideal place to spend the Golden Years. If you’re interested in seeing all the Prescott has to offer before packing up the family home and moving out West, check out our seasonal home rentals or ask an expert on finding seasonal home rentals. You can ask one of our preferred real estate agents.
There’s nothing quite the quaint, cozy hospitality of a bed and breakfast. What could be more special than a stranger welcoming you into their home and sharing a meal with you? Prescott has many wonderful bed and breakfasts to choose from. From Victorian homes to Old West cottages, you’ll find charming bed and breakfasts in Prescott with welcoming hosts ready to prepare you with a cozy bed and warm breakfast - just what you’ll need for a full day of enjoying the outdoors and downtown Prescott! Bed and Breakfasts can be a great choice for many types of travelers. If you require special amenities, have dietary restrictions or require a room on the first floor - be sure to ask your bed and breakfast host if they can accommodate your needs. A stay at a Prescott B&B is well worth it!
Prescott offers many camping opportunities, and the great part is that you can camp either near or far away from town - which ever one fits your fancy! One could technically camp “far from town” yet still be in Prescott with only a 25 minute or less drive to a breakfast cafe in town. Other RV and camping areas are only 5 miles away from downtown Prescott.
Bringing Fido with you to Prescott? The more the merrier! At these pet-friendly hotels in Prescott, your pet is family. There is a range of pet-friendly options; some hotels permit pets in the room, while others have a fluffy dog bed and dog cookie waiting for your pooch upon check-in. Welcoming our furry family members is important, so we’ve compiled a list of places in Prescott that will welcome both you and your pet with a tail-wagging welcome.
Your family is most welcome at these places in Prescott. Family-friendly means going the extra mile to help you manage your trip with your kids and partner in mind. From activities, accessibility, safety and convenience to space, flexibility, free breakfast and more, these family-friendly hotels and lodging are here to make your Prescott vacation more enjoyable for you and the whole family.
Whether you're a student, a rock climbing dirtbag or just budget-minded, Prescott is certainly a place one can fully enjoy without spending a lot of money. Most of the activities are free. There's no pass needed to hike or bike the beautiful trails, there's no cost to parking cars at wilderness trail entrances and there are plenty of places to camp free or find cheap lodging. From camping to hostels or motels, we've got some ideas of how you can stay in Prescott without spending much money.
Prescott is known for being one of the best places in the country for those traveling in their Golden Years. Seniors in Prescott enjoy regular dance events, several golf courses and so much more! Deciding where to stay in Prescott will be the first thing to decide. How long will you be here? Depending on how long you stay and what amenities you require, there are plenty of seasonal homes, vacation homes, hotels and bed and breakfasts that might work perfectly for you. We’ve compiled a list of places to stay that have first-floor accommodations, special accessibility amenities and are easily accessible to emergency services so that your Prescott vacation is safe and enjoyable.
Prescott has several hotels, resorts and conference centers that can easily host large group events, conventions, family reunions and weddings. Resorts are well-appointed and can accommodate almost evert group need. From meeting rooms to ballrooms, lush gardens to romantic spaces and even golf courses and pools - consider Prescott for your next event. Costs are reasonable, the landscape is beautiful and the weather is nice year-round.
Resting on the "Top of the Hill" offering picturesque views of Prescott, experience Northern Arizona...'s premier getaway, the Prescott Resort and Conference Center. Located only 60 scenic miles from Sedona, the Prescott Resort is a great escape for a relaxed weekend, corporate retreat, or conference meeting. Experience the charm of Northern Arizona at the Prescott Resort. Each of our newly renovated 160 guestrooms feature modern amenities that cater to our guests needs, i.e. High-Speed Wireless Internet and Flat-Screen Televisions. Each room was designed in the spirit of the Yavapai Tribe and offers artwork indicative to the majestic scenery of the Prescott area.
Discover the perfect blend of prime downtown location, all-suite comfort and affordability. Ranks co...nsistently as the premier choice of Prescott hotels in its class. Just 2 blocks from downtown.
The La Quinta Inn & Suites Conference Center Prescott is located in "Everybody's Hometown", Prescott..., Arizona. On site, we have a full-service restaurant, Black Canyon Grille. The Black Canyon Grille serves up delicious fare for lunch and dinner, and guests can enjoy a refreshing beverage with a meal al fresco on the outdoor patio while admiring stunning sunsets and appreciating the mild climate for which Prescott is renowned. We also have the Bright Side Market for various sundries and, of course, no stay at La Quinta would be complete without the enjoyment of our Bright Side Breakfast.
This modern all-suite hotel is 8 miles from Sharlot Hall Museum and 11 miles from the Heritage Pa...rk Zoological Sanctuary.
The straightforward suites feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as separate sitting areas with pull-out sofas. They also include coffeemakers, microwaves and minifridges.
Complimentary hot breakfast and parking are available. Other amenities include a seasonal outdoor pool with a hot tub, plus an exercise room and meeting space.
Discover a unique desert oasis in Prescott Valley. The easygoing pace of life is matched with high-e...nergy recreation and a passion for nature, making this town a favorite stopover for your Arizona adventures. The Hampton Inn & Suites® hotel in Prescott Valley is off Highway 69 about 90 miles north of Phoenix, offering easy access to I-17 and Highway 89.
Come on up and enjoy some good old Prescott hospitality at the Jersey Lilly Saloon. We are in the ce...nter of beautiful downtown Prescott, Arizona. Located upstairs in the Palace Historical Building on Whiskey Row, with the only Balcony overlooking the Courthouse Square!
Climb up the stairs (or take the elevator!) and have a front row seat on all the action in Prescott’s Courthouse Square!
Hotel St. Michael is known as the cornerstone of Whiskey Row. The hotel is ideally located downtown,... right on the courthouse plaza in the culture center of Prescott. Walk to Prescott s best restaurants, bars, entertainment, shopping, galleries, museums, fitness center, the town square, the Chamber of Commerce and much more. Try something different, experience history and enjoy the casual and friendly atmosphere of the Hotel St.
Now you can advertise it here on Prescott.com! Whether your a realtor, property manger or a private ...owner who would like to advertise your property for rent, here's a great tool for you!
This friendly, welcoming Arizona hotel offers comfortable accommodations and a great location jus...t a mile from the heart of historic Prescott - a charming town that's home to four breathtaking seasons, endless outdoor adventure and the World's Oldest Rodeo.
The BEST WESTERN Prescottonian - located less than two hours north of Phoenix in Prescott, AZ - offers some of the best and most spacious lodging in town, with each well-appointed guestroom offering thoughtful amenities for a more comfortable stay and a Best Western guarantee.
All new, spacious suites with kitchens, even free grocery shopping service! Full breakfast and eveni...ng reception included. Located across from Prescott Gateway Mall.
Located 2.7 miles from Stone Ridge Golf Course, this modern hotel is also 9 miles from Watson Lak...e Park.
Flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers and both full and lap desks (for working on the bed) are offered in each room, as well as free WiFi and custom-designed beds. Suites add sofabeds, microwaves and minifridges.
There's an outdoor pool and an exercise room in addition to free hot breakfast (or weekday breakfast bags to go). A 24/7 business center, 3 meeting rooms and free parking are also offered.
Indulge in the warmth and graciousness of home. Celebrated for its warmth, its gardens, and its comf...ortable, relaxed atmosphere. Voted Best Prescott Bed and Breakfast year after year.
Welcome to the site of the Award Winning Holiday Inn Express Hotel - Prescott, Arizona. We are just ...96 miles north of Phoenix. We are conveniently located near the entrance to Prescott's Gateway Mall, Costco and Wal-Mart and only 4 miles from the Historic Courthouse & Downtown Square.
This straightforward budget hotel on Route 69 is a 12-minute drive from the Antelope Hills Golf C...ourse and 17.4 miles from Prescott National Forest.
All rooms and suites include en suite bathrooms, TVs, microwaves and minifridges. Suites also have whirlpool tubs. There's free WiFi in every room and kids 17 and under stay free with an adult. Rollaway beds and cribs are available (fee).
Complimentary continental breakfast is served in an informal dining area. Amenities include a laundromat, a business center and free parking for large vehicles.
Rates starting at ONLY $99 per night! Cottonwood (near Sedona) Bed and Breakfast in the heart of Ari...zona, your home away from home! The Desert Rose offers casual luxury and amenities just as you would expect from Sedona hotels but at an affordable small town price. Our quaint desert setting will give you the most authentic Arizona experience. We are very centrally located, only 15 miles from Sedona, 10 miles from Jerome, 16 miles from Cliff Castle Casino and Montezuma's Castle, and no more than 10 miles from at least 4 wineries and 10 or more tasting rooms. A wine lovers paradise! The manor contains different size rooms to suit every travelers needs and budgets, as well as multiple living rooms to provide our guests with privacy if needed. Our expansive lush, green 1.5 acre gated grounds have lovely gardens, stone paths, a tranquil fountain and so much more. The perfect place to relax and unwind, or start your Arizona adventure.
If you're looking for a hotel in Prescott, the Hampton Inn® Prescott has received the Circle of Exc...ellence Award and Pride Award each year since opening in 2000 and the Lighthouse Award in 2003 and 2004 for guest satisfaction and service. Guests love the warm and welcoming lobby at our Prescott hotel and since Prescott is called “Everybody's Hometown,” you know our team will make you feel right at home.
Welcome to Americas Best Value Inn Prescott Valley in central Arizona. We are about an hour north of... Phoenix and a little over an hour from Flagstaff. We are nestled between the Mingus and Bradshaw Mountain Ranges. If you crave mild winters, beautiful scenery and sunshine we have it here in Prescott Valley. There is hiking and mountain biking at nearby Prescott National Forest.
Each of our rooms has a 27 inch cable TV where you can watch HBO and ESPN and other cable channels. Each guest room has a microwave, refrigerator, coffeemaker, workstation, iron, ironing board, hairdryer, and an alarm clock with either one king bed or two queen beds. Business travelers can take advantage of our fax and copy service. We also offer complimentary coffee in our relaxing lobby. Take a dip in our crystal clear indoor heated pool or relax in the jacuzzi from 7am to 9p
Off Route 89, this straightforward low-rise hotel is a mile from the Prescott Resort & Conference... Center and 8.9 miles from Prescott Municipal Airport.
All rooms and suites have en suite bathrooms, coffeemakers and free WiFi, as well as tables, chairs and flat-screen TVs. Some suites and upgraded rooms add microwaves.
A complimentary breakfast buffet and free coffee are also provided. Amenities include guest laundry facilities and free parking for buses, trucks and RVs, as well as a seasonal outdoor pool, sundeck and a picnic area.
Set in downtown Prescott, this restored 1927 hotel with hand-painted lobby ceiling and vintage el...evator is a 3-minute walk from Courthouse Square's concerts, festivals and fairs.
Southwest-style rooms and suites featuring antiques have flat-screen TVs with premium cable and free WiFi. Suites add microwaves and minifridges, and some have balconies and Jacuzzi tubs. DVD players are available for a fee.
An art deco dining room serves upscale American cuisine, and there's a lobby bar with a patio. Other amenities include a business center and a gym with free weights, a treadmill and an elliptical machine.
The Comfort Inn of Prescott is nestled in the beautiful Ponderosa Pines. It borders the Prescott Nat...ional Forest and is only 2 miles from downtown, which includes the Courthouse, Whiskey Row, Sharlot Hall Museum, restaurants, shops and casinos. Pet accommodation: 10.00/night per dog. Dogs only. Pet limit: 2 dogs per room / up to 50 pounds.
For those who love the great outdoors, Prescott has so much to offer. Camping is just the start of a wonderland of adventure waiting for you.
Historic Downtown Prescott is always bustling art, entertainment and things to do. From picnics to art classes, there's something for everyone.
Our Prescott Event Calendar is full of festivals, workshops, art fairs, concerts and classes. Browse or add your event.
Camp Verde, Page Springs, and Cornville are the beating heart of Arizona's wine country. Come taste the emerging hotspot for wineries.
This collection of Arizona Travel websites is owned by
Southwest Media Communications. For over 12 years, we've been working
with small, locally owned businesses to international brand name hotels in effort to support tourism and local economic growth
in the state of Arizona.