Connor Hotel of Jerome

164 Main St., Jerome, Arizona, 86331, United States
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Personal experience


have you a personal experience of staying in Jerome (AZ) ?

Does it worth a visit or a stay ?
What can we see there ?
Do you advice the Hotel Conner ? or an other accomodation in this city ?


Re: Personal experience


Jerome is worth a visit but I suggest you stay in another town. Jerome is small and unique but not far from Cottonwood and Carkdale which are in the valley and have many more accomodations and are cheaper than Jerome or the other popular town in the area Sedona.. Check with Palo Verde she knows the area very well. I have just driven through it--last week we drove from Prescott to Flagstaff on 89A but did not stop as we were enroute to Albuquerque. The drive from Prescott to Sedona through Jeome, Clarkdale, and Cottonwood on hiway 89A is very scenic and proceeding north from Sedona on up to Flagstaff on 89A also provids spectacular views. I would not plan on staying in Jerome though. BTW a earlier post is asking about transportation in Paris and I recommended you as a good source of information on the subject.

Re: Personal experience

by Jeannette1

I have never heard of Jerome but I would recommend visiting Sedona...a beautiful place, inspite of all the tourists.

Re: Personal experience

by zuriga

I have to agree.. Jerome is fine to look around for a few hours, but there are nicer and more interesting places to stay. I found it very "touristy," but that's just my opinion.

Re: Re: Personal experience

by call_me_rhia

just to disagree with agbat ;-)
i went to jerome and found the little town (village) incredibly tacky and deprved of any charm... especially the frontier town charm hey are advertising. i would suggest u give it a miss.

alternative: not too far from there there's the incredible anasazi (spelling?) montezuma castle. so much better!

Re: Personal experience

by KimberlyAnn

We stayed in a state campground in Cottonwood, AZ and drove up to Jerome for a day. We enjoyed our visit very much. If you like old tools and other "junk" the Ghost Town" museum in Jerome is fun. It IS a tourist place, but the collection of old items and the small old working lumber mill at the "Ghost Town" are fun to see. Near Cottonwood the Tuzigoot National Monument, ruins from the Sinagua and Hohokam people from the 11th - 15th century is very interesting.

Re: Personal experience

by mysticada

i was in Jerome last June and it was definetly worth a visit. It might be neat to spend a night there but I do agree that Sedona is much more worthwhile. It is also very high up and if you do not like heights I don't suggest it.

Re: Personal experience

by mjmlee

Hi , you must stay at The Jerome Grand Hotel. It sits atop the hill and it was the old county hospital reputed to be haunted. The food is very good but the views are speactacular. Enjoy

Travel Tips for Jerome

Historic Plaques

by Basaic

The Jerome Historical Society put a lot of time, effort, and money into installing historic plaques at all points of interest in town. Here is one of them. Having a drink in Paul & Jerry's Saloon and talking with Jerry (although Cheryl at the Haunted Hamburger was cuter).

Eating, Shopping & Music in the Streets...

by shrimp56

Wandering the street [there's really only one that switches back on the hillside!] of Jerome on a Saturday afternoon, hearing the live music pouring out of the bars as well as the local town hall -- and the children dancing outside on the sidewalks.
There are lots of shops from the kitschy to the fine, but my main memory of Jerome will be the music [and that hill!]
Note the old car in the picture! The tan building on the right has the word "liberty" in large letters.

The Verde Valley

by VeronicaG

As we drove from Sedona to Phoenix, we took a sidetrip to Jerome, Arizona and through the lush Verde Valley. This area is about 90 miles from Phoenix and about 50 miles from Flagstaff.

The Verde River cuts through the valley and a sightseeing train allows one to view it's secrets by rail. You'll find national forests, where hiking, camping and fishing are popular pastimes.

The view of the Verde Valley from atop Cleopatra Mountain was breathtaking! The town of Jerome crowns its heights. To see Verde Valley, you can reach it easily off I-17.

Sliding Jail

by Basaic

One of the earliest jails in Jerome was built toward the bottom of Cleopatra Hill on the edge of town. During the landslides of the 1930s and 1940s the jail became unstable and started to slowly slide down the hill. It is now called the Sliding Jail. The best places to park to tour the Historic District of Jerome are by the jail. In the first picture the jail looks fine; but photos 2 and 3 show the damage caused by the shifting ground.

New State Motors

by Basaic

This is the New State Motors Company Building which was built in 1920. It now houses the US Post Office for Jerome, along with a trendy restaurant and a souvenir shop. The most interesting thing about the building though is the bottom floor (not visible from Main Street) which was the Women's Jail. It is where any of the prostitutes went if they got in trouble.


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Address: 164 Main St., Jerome, Arizona, 86331, United States