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In historic downtown Prescott, 90 miles north of Phoenix. Only steps away from Courthouse Square, famous Whiskey Row, and numerous antique shops and local eateries. Golf, hiking, tennis, horseback riding, and home to the "World’s Oldest Rodeo." Earnest Love Field Airport: 5 miles, 10 minutes from the inn.

Driving Directions

From Phoenix: Take I-17 North, Exit Route 69 N at Cordes junction. Route 69 will proceed directly into Prescott. Take Gurley Street to the hotel.

From Flagstaff: Drive South on I-17 toward Phoenix. Leave I-17 at exit 278 onto Highway 169 going towards Prescott. At Highway 69 intersection turn right. Highway 69 will pass through Prescott Valley ten into Prescott where it becomes Gurley Street.

Going East on 1-40, via Ashfork: Take exit 146 and drive south to Prescott on Highway 89. At Highway 69 intersection take Gurley Street into town

Nearest Airport

Ernest A Love Field Airport (PRC) approximately 5 miles from hotel Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is approximately 2 hours from the hotel.

Hotel Address

122 E. Gurley Street, Prescott

Arizona, United States 86301

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