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One of the most charming cities in Arizona, Prescott has a steady flow of tourism year round. For this reason you can find some of the most charming and historic hotels in the state in Prescott, Arizona. Prescott is known to have an authentic atmosphere and give you the feeling that you have stepped back in time to the Wild Old West.  No matter what you are looking for downtown Prescott hotels are a great place for you to stay!

Below we list 5 hotels for you to stay at this summer to enjoy a relaxing time in Prescott.

Hassayampa Inn

Hassayampa Inn is one of the most unique and historic hotels in Prescott. Originally designed as a large hotel in the 1920s to allow people to escape their daily lives, relax, and meet new people. What was originally called the Hassayampa Hotel was finished in 1927 and became a cornerstone for downtown Prescott. Today the hotel has kept its charm, but with modern amenities. At Hassayampa Inn you can enjoy one of the best restaurants in Prescott, The Peacock Room. On nice evenings you can step outside into the courtyard with a drink from the bar and enjoy star gazing into the dark sky.

Hotel St. Michael

Located in the heart of downtown Prescott, Hotel St. Michael stands right at the intersection of Whiskey Row and Courthouse Square. They offer more than just a place to stay for a few evenings. Hotel St. Michael offers a Bistro for you to grab three meals a day directly across from the Courthouse Square, along with the shops. From antique stores, to art stores and galleries, to different specialty stores there is plenty for you to do while you want to relax in your hotel.

Hotel Vendome

One of the historic buildings in Prescott, Hotel Vendome is perfect walking distance from Whiskey Row and Courthouse Square. Rated one of the top locations for tourists and guests in Prescott this is one of the best historic hotels you can stay at for your vacation. Built in 1917 Hotel Vendome was originally made to help house those moving from the East to the West. Today the Vendome has kept its historic and boutique affect from renovators who were meticulous to showcase the buildings charm.

The Motor Lodge

A few blocks from Whiskey Row and Courthouse Square, Motor Lodge is in a great location and a great historic hotel. Originally built as summer cabins in the early 1900s and recently renovated in 2008 this historic building has modern amenities with a great lodging style. A short distance from downtown it is conveniently located to be able to walk or drive – whichever your preference. You can also bike to downtown using a loaner bike from the hotel to explore all of Prescott. You can enjoy peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of the downtown area, but also be close enough to join in on the daytime and nightlife of the area.

Grand Highland Hotel

Originally the Grand Saloon & Hotel, the Grand Highland Hotel was rebuilt after a fire in May of 2012. Today the hotel consists of a courtyard and 12 different historically themed rooms for guests. Each room contains a  bathroom and complete privacy to bring a unique hotel experience to each guest. The hotel strives to create a friendly and fun experience for all those visiting.

No matter where you decide to stay each of these hotels offers an amazing location and great amenities. Prescott, Arizona has some of the best boutique and historic hotels in Arizona for you to stay at. No matter the time of year you are visiting there are always art shows, concerts, and other gatherings in the Courthouse Square. Be sure to also check the museums nearby, as well as all the hiking trails and Native American ruins in the area. During your stay at the downtown Prescott hotels be sure to visit Bashford Courts for some unique shopping and food at our brewery!