Rooms at the Grand Hotel Jerome are decorated as befits this old-fashioned structure, built in 1926. It began life as a hospital, so the furnishings are not original to the structure, but the style of the Grand Hotel is definitely 1920s. This is not a sleek luxury property like the stylish boutique hotels and spa resorts found in popular Sedona, but the hotel is comfortable, with spacious rooms and bathrooms that boast satellite televisions, and antique telephones, and it has a rustic and historic charm.
Jerome Grand Hotel Bathroom
Accommodation in the more than 30 rooms at the Grand Hotel in Jerome ranges from standard double rooms with mountain views to one or two-bedroom suites with living room and full kitchen facilities. This is a large building with many rooms, so there is just about everything in between the basic and suite options. You can choose city view, which provides a lovely view from the highest point in town, rooms with private balcony or sun porch. There are also connecting rooms. A number of the rooms have two double beds and will sleep four people. The Grand Suite Living Rooms are designed for those who want to splurge, and are perfect for longer visits. They boast one or two bedrooms and bath, and they also have laundry facilities, office, full kitchen, media room, formal dining room, and formal entry.
Jerome Grand Hotel Telephone
The Grand Hotel offers a “Room and Ride” package that includes a ride of the Wilderness Verde Canyon Railroad. However, the biggest draw of this hotel is that is reputed to be one of the most haunted buildings in the American Southwest. You can book certain rooms that are infamous for the apparitions that appear and eerie sounds heard during the night. The hotel appears as a feature in many ghost tours in Jerome, and it offers its own ghost hunt to hotel guests.