Built in 1917, Hotel Vendome was originally built to help with the demand for housing in Prescott. People were moving from the East for the mining opportunities and the health benefits of the dry desert air. When the hotel was built it housed 31 rooms and 16 bathrooms for guests, stating it was "the classiest place in town" Prescott Journal Miner. People have loved the Vendome throughout the last century. In 1983, the building was overhauled. They were meticulous about the amount of preservation they did, even down to the numbers on the guestroom doors. So although you have modern amenities such as private bathrooms, air conditioning and heat, you still see all of the charm of the craftsmen woodworking, and a few of the vintage clawfoot tubs from the past.
The Vendome Now
The Hotel Vendome is an independent historic hotel focused on design and charm, the character of the hotel building still lends itself to relaxation and comfort for your getaway while still embracing the feel of the old west. The hotel features an upstairs veranda, a downstairs porch with seating to take in your surroundings. Some of our bathrooms feature vintage clawfoot tubs, all with showers for convenience.
Now celebrating over 100 years, the hotel continues to be a favorite for both guests and locals to visit, stay and feel at home.
BarVendome, located inside Hotel Vendome is open everyday all year long and is open to both hotel guests and the public.
Serving craft beer and wine, champagne and sodas, selections are seasonal and change throughout the year to provide you with the latest of the beer and wine market. We aim to carry at least a few local Arizona offerings.
The lobby and beautiful outdoor spaces provide the perfect back drop to gather for a drink and meet new friends.
Hours of Operation:
2pm to 7pm Daily
(Hours are subject to change).
THINGS TO DO
Hotel Vendome is located in downtown Prescott, Arizona walking distance to the Courthouse Square, Whiskey Row, and plenty of dining options and bars nearby. We are conveniently located next door to The Barley Hound restaurant, a gastropub, and Cuppers Coffeehouse. For outdoor activities, Prescott is a perfect option for kayaking, hiking, biking and much more. Ask us for our favorites.
Lynx Lake & Watson Lake
Lynx Lake is a popular recreation area in Prescott. The lake is set in the picturesque pine forests and boasts fishing, hiking and a small cafe, Lynx Creek Cafe. Boat rentals are available in the summer and bait is available at the small shop next to the cafe. Located off the 69 highway on Walker Road, it is only about 7 miles from the Hotel Vendome.
Sharlot Hall Museum
Sharlot Hall was one of the West's most remarkable women. She began this museum with the mind to preserve historic Pioneer and Native American articles. Located four blocks from the Hotel Vendome, the museum features seven historic buildings, compelling exhibits and beautiful gardens which host several special events and festivals.
The iconic mountain that towers over Prescott is also a great hike for visitors. About 2 miles around and a fairly steep elevation make for a brisk hike and a great view of Prescott and the surrounding forests. Located three miles from the Hotel Vendome, take Gurley Street West until it turns into Thumb Butte Road, marked parking on right.
Rent a Bike
Rent a bike for the day and cycle through the city of Prescott and head for a nearby trail. If you are more adventurous you can go on one of many mountain bike trails surround the city!
Do you appreciate things of the past? This town has a designated Antique Row located on N. Cortez St. only two blocks from the Hotel Vendome. Spend afternoons browsing the many unique stores and their merchandise.
Whiskey Row & Courthouse Square
A Historic District located in downtown Prescott, a half block from the Hotel Vendome. Home to several old saloons and bars, galleries and shops, it is a great place to spend an afternoon strolling and enjoying the old western buildings and the businesses that inhabit them today.
CONTACT AND LOCATION
Prescott sits at an elevation of 5400 feet and is surrounded by Pine Trees and National Forest. But its not just the clean mountain air that people love. The hotel is situated only half a block from the acclaimed Courthouse Square, our outdoors scene is like no other, five lakes and over 450 miles of hiking trails make this a great stop for hiking, biking, fishing and kayaking. Located closely to Sedona, Jerome, Flagstaff and The Grand Canyon it is a wonderful place to add to your Arizona road trip.