Prescott Arizona hotels range from chain brand hotels that offer contemporary rooms to charming bed and breakfasts that embrace the city's rich history. Some money-saving motels also figure among the Prescott lodging options, and when it comes down to it, the rates are reasonable across the board. In addition to staying at one of the cheap hotels in Prescott, those who are interested in saving on lodging costs can also consider camping at one of the area parks. The nearby Prescott National Forest is a good place to start when looking for campgrounds in the Prescott area.
Some of the Prescott Arizona hotels are historic lodging establishments that have been around for some time, and they include the Hassayampa Inn. When it was built back in the 1920s, this 67-unit hotel in the heart of town was designed as a luxury hotel. While today's luxury hotels in Arizona offer an elevated amount of amenities and services, the Hassayampa Inn is still a lodging gem to contend with, especially when you consider how affordable it is compared to the more upscale hotels in the state. As you enter the glorious lobby at the Hassayampa Inn, you realize the graceful history of the place. In the rooms, the décor is more subdued. Since the rooms are relatively small, those who fancy added space can book a suite. Standard in-room amenities include a few antiques to keep with the historic theme, flat-screen TVs to add an upscale edge, and free Internet access. Air conditioning also comes standard in the rooms and suites, as do hair dryers and irons. Outside of the guest units, the Hassayampa Inn offers a fairly casual continental restaurant, a relaxing lounge, and an exercise room. Since there are some many great hiking and biking trails in the area, you might not need the exercise room.
While the rates at the Hassayampa Inn are hardly lofty, those who want to save even more money on lodging rates can enjoy a historical experience at the cheaper Hotel St. Michael. As is true of some of the other hotels in town, not to mention some of the hotels in nearby Jerome, the Hotel St. Michael in Prescott is rumored to be haunted. Haunted or not, it enjoys an excellent location along the historic strip that is Whiskey Row, making it a popular Prescott lodging option. There are 72 total guest rooms at the historic Hotel St. Michael, and they are all different. For the price, the rooms are more than stylish enough, boasting a period appeal, and while the amenities are limited, guests will enjoy cable TV, free local calls, air conditioning, and a complimentary full breakfast. When guests aren't relaxing in their rooms at the Hotel St. Michael, they might visit the bistro, which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or indulge in some fine wine or a crafted beer at the bar. In addition to a restaurant and a bar, the Hotel St. Michael boasts a small shopping arcade that can help guests fill their down time. Access to a local health club is included in the rates, so working out is an option as well during a stay.
While none of the Prescott Arizona hotels are overly luxurious, guests can expect to enjoy a certain amount of luxury at the 93-unit Residence Inn Prescott. This relatively large and contemporary Prescott lodging establishment only offers suites, and all of them are tasteful and well equipped. Full kitchens figure among the standard in-suite amenity highlights, and couples who are enjoying a romantic Arizona vacation might opt to rent one of the suites with a fireplace. As for some of the other standard amenities that are offered in the spacious suites, they include flat-screen TVs, work desks with ergonomic chairs, CD players, free high-speed Internet access, and air conditioning. While the studio suites are spacious enough, those who want added space can always book a one or two-bedroom suite. As for the general facilities that the Residence Inn Prescott has to offer, they include four meeting rooms, a guest barbecue and picnic area, an outdoor pool and patio area, a fitness room, and a small business library. Helping to make this one of the best Prescott Arizona hotels is the fact that guests can enjoy a number of complimentary services, including free continental breakfasts and evening receptions.
There are plenty of good cheap hotels in Prescott, and one of the best is the Motor Lodge. In fact, this might just be the best cheap hotel in Arizona. It's a candidate anyways. Found just a few blocks from the city's historic courthouse and Whiskey Row, this jewel in the Prescott accommodation crown could hardly offer a better location, not to mention a better all around deal. A chic décor befitting of a more expensive boutique hotel sets the stage at the alluring Motor Lodge, and a bold use of color keeps things vibrant. In the rooms, many of which have gas fireplaces, the colorful theme continues. In addition to fireplaces, many of the rooms at this excellent budget hotel boast private porches, while standard amenities include comfortable furnishings, cable TV, and free Internet access. Hair dryers and irons can be requested if need be, and coffee and tea service is available throughout the day. Should the Motor Lodge be full, and chances are good that it will be, other cheap hotels in Prescott that also offer a lot in the way of value include the Forest Villas Hotel and the Best Western Prescottonian, to name a couple.