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This old restored hotel is right in the middle of Old Town Cottonwood and central to all the restaurants and wine tasting rooms. It has been nicely restored and is very comfortable. The rooms are small as expected in an old hotel but nicely appointed...More
Response from Cottonwood_Hotel_930, Owner at Cottonwood HotelResponded 25 February 2017
This small hotel/inn is Cottonwood's 'only' lodging contributing to the Historic Natn't Register Listing. With the celebration of 100 yrs. (since 1917) we are offering $100 for the 2nd night on all 1 Bedroom/1 Bath units, plus complimentary wine tastings & 20% off breakfast/lunch. Thank...More
Nice place for the money. Close to all wine tasting, restaurant and antiques. Nothing fancy but does have a cool balcony overlooking main street for people gazing and cool sunset with a glass of wine. Nice bathroom with great water pressure and clawfoot tub. Very...More
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Response from Cottonwood_Hotel_930, Owner at Cottonwood HotelResponded 8 September 2016
Thank you for taking the time to write us a nice review for our small historic inn. Glad to hear that you enjoyed the balcony overlooking all of Old Town with views of Sedona on the horizon, making for those awesome sunsets! Don't forget when...More
Unique hotel with all rooms named after famous actors. The balcony overlooks Main Street and is an excellent place to watch annual Christmas parade from. The owner is very personable and really cares for her guests. Nicely located in midst of Old Town.More
Response from Cottonwood_Hotel_930, Owner at Cottonwood HotelResponded 15 August 2016
Our small inn, the National Register listing of Cottonwood Hotel is the only place with a balcony overlooking Old Town and Sedona on its horizon. It's where guests like to mingle with a cocktail, coffee or watching the events below. Thank you PC for taking...More
This hotel is an older historical hotel and at first it doesn't look like much but our room was cute and quirky with a claw foot bathtub and fun reclaimed wood furnishings. It was clean and well stocked with all you need (fridge, wine glasses,...More
Response from Cottonwood_Hotel_930, Owner at Cottonwood HotelResponded 29 June 2016
The Cottonwood Hotel is the only 'contributing' historic lodging in the Cottonwood Commercial Historic District listed on the National Register due to the fact the exterior still stands with historic integrity... This once small prohibition era hotel is now a small boutique inn with clean,...More
Karen took us to our room, explaining that Mae West and John Wayne had stayed here. Awesome! We went out on the shared balcony while she told us about local restaurants and a little bit about the town. Really nice to feel connected to the...More
Response from Cottonwood_Hotel_930, Owner at Cottonwood HotelResponded 31 May 2016
Our rooms are all updated with hypo-allergenic memory foam posture-pedic mattresses, so always great to hear when a guest enjoys the comfort and to take the time to write us a nice review!
US$133 - US$167 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Cottonwood is 55 minutes from Prescott Valley. You can either go over Mingus Mountain or around. Over the mountain is more scenic. You will stay on the Historic 89A and go through the historic mining town of Jerome, then... More
Cottonwood is 55 minutes from Prescott Valley. You can either go over Mingus Mountain or around. Over the mountain is more scenic. You will stay on the Historic 89A and go through the historic mining town of Jerome, then through Clarkdale, then over to Old Town, the Cottonwood Commercial Historic District listed on the National Register.
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"Check website for each themed room. Remember Historical Hotel so rooms can be smaller than expected but cozy"