Whiskey Row Prescott AZ

Whiskey Row is full of some of Prescott's oldest history. This street is named Whiskey Row because of the large number of saloons in one place. Whiskey Row developed after a fire in July of 1900 destroyed the entire block. When reconstructed, there was an inordinate amount of bars rebuilt in the area. At one point the block hosted a total of 40 saloons.

This high number of saloons was primarily due to the gold rush culture that drew all kinds of settlers, cowboys, prospectors, bawdy girls, gamblers, and even outlaws to the town. Mining towns were no stranger to shootouts and enjoying the bar atmosphere after a long day of looking for gold, and Prescott is not any different. Present-day Prescott celebrates the history of Whiskey Row with annual shoot-out events on this very block! Nowadays, Whiskey Row is known for it's art galleries, candy shops, and of course its famous saloons. One stroll around this particular block would show you how full of life and history this town actually is!


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BEST PLACES TO STAY NEAR WHISKEY ROW

Grand Highland Hotel

Located across from Courthouse Plaza on Historic Whiskey Row in downtown Prescott, this boutique hotel provides free Wi-Fi and a daily continental breakfast. A 24-hour front desk welcomes guests.
9.5
86 reviews

Hassayampa Inn

A beautifully restored 1927 boutique hotel set in the heart of the Prescott, AZ downtown historic district. Every inch of our hotel exudes classic character and charm. From the hand-painted lobby ceiling and dramatic wall murals to the quirky vintage elevator and etched glass and embossed
A beautifully restored 1927 boutique hotel set in the heart of the Prescott, AZ downtown historic district. Every inch of our hotel exudes classic character and charm. From the hand-painted lobby ceiling and dramatic wall murals to the quirky vintage elevator and etched glass and embossed copper panels, the Hassayampa Inn transports you back to the “roaring twenties” with its Spanish Colonial Revival architecture and Italianate features. This “living museum” is where some of history’s most noteworthy celebrities used to come to unwind, including Will Rogers, Greta Garbo, Clark Gable and Steve McQueen.
9
478 reviews

Prescott Home with 2 Patios-6 Min Walk to the Square

Prescott Home with 2 Patios-6 Min Walk to the Square is a property located in Prescott near Prescott College. The air-conditioned accommodations is 1,950 feet from Whiskey Row, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site.

The holiday home is

Prescott Home with 2 Patios-6 Min Walk to the Square is a property located in Prescott near Prescott College. The air-conditioned accommodations is 1,950 feet from Whiskey Row, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site.

The holiday home is equipped with 2 bedrooms, a flat-screen TV and a fully equipped kitchen that provides guests with a dishwasher, a microwave, a washing machine, a fridge and an oven. Towels and bed linen are provided in these accommodations. The holiday home provides a children's playground.

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Prescott Pines Bed & Breakfast

A bed and breakfast situated minutes from downtown Prescott, Arizona and historic Whiskey Row, nestled at the edge of Prescott National Forest. You can relax on one of the patios with a good book, cozy up to the fireplace in your room, or make new friends over a sinfully indulgent breakfa
A bed and breakfast situated minutes from downtown Prescott, Arizona and historic Whiskey Row, nestled at the edge of Prescott National Forest. You can relax on one of the patios with a good book, cozy up to the fireplace in your room, or make new friends over a sinfully indulgent breakfast. Easy access to the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Jerome and an ideal center for hiking, fishing or mountain biking plus many more activities makes Prescott Pines Inn the perfect lodging location for a weekend away or longer stay.
9.5
70 reviews

Hotel St. Michael

Western hospitality with historic ambiance, comfortable lodging and modern amenities.
8.8
1065 reviews

Prescott House with Porch and Patio - Walk to Downtown

One of our top picks in Prescott. Located in Prescott, a 15-minute walk from Whiskey Row, Prescott House w/Porch & Patio - Walk to Dwtn provides a living room with a TV. The Prescott College is within 1.4 miles of the vacation home. The vacation home is fitted with 3 bedrooms and a full

One of our top picks in Prescott. Located in Prescott, a 15-minute walk from Whiskey Row, Prescott House w/Porch & Patio - Walk to Dwtn provides a living room with a TV. The Prescott College is within 1.4 miles of the vacation home. The vacation home is fitted with 3 bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and a microwave. Towels and bed linen are offered.

10
1 reviews

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