Mile High Inn

309 Main Street, Jerome, Arizona, 86331, United States
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85%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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29
Very Good
29%
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Average
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Poor
7%
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Terrible
5%
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Good For Solo
  • Families50
  • Couples86
  • Solo100
  • Business0

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Travel Tips for Jerome

Once a Wayward Town

by VeronicaG

By all accounts, Jerome had all the feistiness of a wild west town. A plaque says it was 'the wickedest town around', so I guess it's no surprise that it had a brothel or two within the town limits. One account says '100 brothels'.

The Old Sullivan Hotel was built by saloonkeeper and madam, Jennie Bauters in 1899. This was part of the 'red light district' when it occupied Main Street. Concerned citizens removed the 'district' to another part of town later.

The building currently houses two shops: Nelly Bly (kaleidoscopes & collectibles) and Nelly Bly 2 (a jewelry store).

The Connor Hotel

by VeronicaG

This unique building perched on the corner of main street is the Connor Hotel , which has been operating since 1898. According to information provided by its website, it offers twelve historic rooms that have been renovated 'to the highest standards of comfort and convenience".

I read that rooms range from $90 to $165 and include a private bathroom, coffeemaker, microwave, mini-fridge, television and telephone. Wireless internet connection is available for those with laptops.

A hotel shop is located in the lobby of this historic hotel. Call 1-800-523-3554 for more information or visit the hotels website at www.connorhotel.com.

Husband's Alley

by Basaic

During the Rough and Tumble Times of Jerome's early days with the mining boom came a very active red-light district and quite a few prostitues. Bordellos were located mostly on Hull Avenue including "The Cribs" a brick building at the end of an alley leading from Main Street to Hull Avenue. Out of protest of a new law prohibiting bordellos in the downtown area, local residents named this alley "Husbands Alley".

The Jerome Palace

by Basaic

This building was first built in 1920 as the Rykoff Apartments. Today it is called The Jerome Palace and house a small convenience store and a restaurant called The Haunted Hamburger. It is located far up Cleopatra Hill on Clark Street and has a nice patio and a large picture window affording a spectacular view of the valley.

Powderbox Church

by Basaic

The Powderbox Church was built my the Mexican population in Jerome in 1939 because they were not allowed in the White Churches and they needed a place to worship. It was built using leftover boxes from the dynamite and gunpowder used in the area mining operations. Ironically, shortly after the church was built the Mexicans were invited into the other churches. Today the building is a private residence.

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Address: 309 Main Street, Jerome, Arizona, 86331, United States