The following lists provide an overview of local attractions and destinations close to this hotel
Arts & Cultural
Elks Opera House
This historic, 575-seat theater in downtown Prescott features a variety of musical events, from country to classical.
Phippen Western Museum
Named for George Phippen, the first president of the Cowboy Artists of America and a prolific Western artist, this beautiful facility highlights works of art by American Western artists and features a legendary art sale every Memorial Day Weekend.
Prescott Center for the Arts
Located in a magnificently restored historic church, visitors can enjoy concerts, theater productions and more, with a focus on local talent.
Sharlot Hall Museum
The largest museum in central Arizona is an open air facility dedicated to preserving the history and folklore of Yavapai County, offering festivals, living history events, theater and more.
Designed to resemble an Indian pueblo, this beautiful stone and wood facility houses irreplaceable collections of prehistoric and contemporary pottery, jewelry and stone artifacts of the indigenous cultures of the Southwest.
Points of Interest
This beautiful, tree-lined plaza is the pivot around which Prescott was designed and built and now features quaint boutiques, restaurants and a diverse array of galleries featuring local, regional and national artists.
Heritage Park Zoo
Situated on ten acres overlooking Willow Lake, the sanctuary allows visitors the opportunity to get up-close to a variety of animals, including the Tarantula Grotto exhibit, unique to the sanctuary.
Prescott National Forest
With over 1.2 million acres of majestic pine forest, hiking trails and crystal clear lakes, the Prescott National Forest is a nature-lovers’ paradise and home to the Granite Basin, Lynx Lake and Thumb Butte.
PTim’s Toyota Center
This 5,100-seat special event venue hosts concerts, the Arizona Sundogs hockey, sporting events, community events and more.
Named for the numerous saloons that once lined the street, this district now offers eclectic boutiques, art galleries, unique dining, festivals and more.
Prescott Gateway Mall
This mall features over 70 specialty shops and a variety of dining options.
2013 Arizone Wine Travel Card
Proud participant in the 2013 Arizona Wine Travel Card program. Cards available for sale at the front desk. Receive exclusive discounts at more than 60 of Arizona's best wineries and destinations. A must for any wine lover!
Sports & Entertainment
Antelope Hills Golf Course
Nestled in the beautiful mountains of northern Arizona, these two courses feature 36 holes of championship golf at an elevation of 5,000 feet, and sport bent grass greens and bluegrass fairways.
This small pristine lake is surrounded by majestic pine forests where visitors can boat, fish, hike, kayak and canoe.
Hassayampa Golf Club
This 18-hole course features an exquisite mountain setting, magnificent vistas, dramatic elevation changes, towering pine trees and massive boulder outcroppings.
Prescott Lakes Golf & Country Club
Winding gracefully through the high desert, some of the holes at this stunning course are more than a mile high in elevation and incorporate remarkable vistas, including grazing antelopes.
StoneRidge Golf Course
The most majestic golf course in Prescott offers a unique golfing experience that blends high desert with mountains.
Talking Rock Golf Club
Designed in harmony with nature, this course winds through meadows, preserves majestic stands of trees and seamlessly conforms to the natural contours of the land.
Just outside of Prescott, this pristine lake features sky blue calm waters surrounded by granite boulders with protruding vegetation and is ideal for canoeing, kayaking, fishing and rock climbing.
World’s Oldest Rodeo
Inaugurated in 1888, this cowboy tournament features top athletes, broncos, bulls and lots of fun.
- Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
- Northern Arizona University
- Prescott College
- Veterans Administration Medical Center
- Yavapai College
- Yavapai Regional Medical Center