The Hassayampa Inn, located in the Historic District of Prescott, offers comforting small town charm while being closely situated near the sights and sounds of Prescott. Hassayampa’s prime location is walking distance to the Courthouse Square, art galleries and one-of-a-kind shops, eateries and antique stores.
The hotel was built as a luxury hotel in 1927 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The hotel features an eclectic mix of Spanish Colonial Revival, Italianate features, details like the hand-painted wood ceilings, etched glass and embossed copper panels, designed by Southwest architect Henry Trost.
The lobby still has a shoe shine attendant ready to shine your shoes or boots before your night out at Whiskey Row, there is dining under the stars on weekends in the courtyard surrounded by lush greenery, live music Thursday–Saturday, high tea on the fourth Sunday of the month, 4th Friday Art Walk on the Prescott Trail, and the Peacock Dining Room that has been
serving the same coffee cake recipe from the 1900s.
Hassayampa is a must see in Arizona.