The small historic Cottonwood Hotel in Old Town, Cottonwood, Arizona is a unique alternative to traditional Cottonwood-Sedona hotels, motels and B & B lodging when visiting the Verde Valley. The hotel's accommodations are eco-friendly apart-hotel & studio suites specializes in weekly rates and discounts for the longer vacation rental, extended stay. 2-3 night specials are offered when available. Centrally located, the small western town is near Jerome & Clarkdale, and just minutes from Sedona AZ attractions.
1BR/BA STUDIO SUITES with kitchenettes Suite 3 and Suite 4 As low as $55.80/NIGHT(with a 7-night stay)
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While searching for Cottonwood Arizona Hotels the historic Cottonwood Hotel 'Specialty Lodging' just may be the right place for your vacation or weekend stay.
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at popular restaurants and cafes, Pillsbury Wine and Stronghold Wine Tasting Rooms are all within steps. While some guests may prefer to make their own breakfast or lunch in their private hotel suite kitchen or kitchenette, others enjoy socializing and mingling with the locals at one of the coffee shops, possibly sipping on a cappuccino or having a European style breakfast at an Old Town Cafe.
• Small Historic Hotel • Privately Owned & Managed • Vacation Rentals • Weekly/Month Rates • 2-3 Night Specials • 1 BR/BA Studio & Apart-hotel Suites • Fully Equipped Kitchens/Kitchenettes • Cooktop(double built-in) or single induction • Refrigerator • Microwave • 4-Cup Coffee Maker & starter coffee • Dishes, Flatware, Cookware, etc. • Starter kit with minimal essentials • Egyptian Cotton Sheets & Bedding • Spa Mattress, 4" Memory Foam Mattress Toppers • Organic soaps & cleaning products • Secure High Speed Wireless Access • Direct TV with CNN, ESPN & many extra channels • VCR with classic movies • Hardwood Floors • Privacy Solar Screens on EVERY window • Laundry Room with Coin-opt Washer & Dryer • 3-Speed Ceiling Fans in Every Room • Natural Gas Heating • A/C Cooling • Nonsmoking • Secure Upper Floor • Common Balcony with Old Town Views • Assigned and off Street Parking
The hotel's western toltec architecture was a popular design during the turn of the 19th century, along with the ornate tin ceiling in the office and hardwood floors throughout most of the building.
Sedona horizon close up views from the historic Cottonwood Hotel balcony
The red mountain range view on the horizon to the north east is Sedona shot with a close up lense. Some love the balcony for star gazing and UFO observations. For more on sightings and Dr. Steven Greer's Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence "The Disclosure Project" CLICK HERE.
The Cottonwood Hotel's balcony is a favorite place for that morning cup of coffee or tea and an evening cocktail. It has the best view overlooking the small western Old Town district, sitting amongst a unique array of popular restaurants, eclectic shops, galleries, an athletic club, and more. This three block commerce area borders a rare raparian greenway habitat with the Verde River running through it, adjacent to the Dead Horse Ranch State Park. It is within walking distance to hiking trails, birding, biking, trail horseback riding adventures and more. Visit the Cottonwood Hotel neighborhood by CLICKING HERE.
Old Town Cottonwood looking south
Old Town Cottonwood Arizona looking north
The Cottonwood Hotel is one of few historic hotel's left in Arizona's small towns of America. It is Cottonwood's oldest hotel and provides the most history in the Cottonwood, AZ Old Town revived Main Street area. Your stay here with us helps support the continued preservation and maintenance of our heritage project. We have sincere gratitude for those who appreciate the history and our cause.
Amoung legends wandering the streets of Old Town, Mae West stayed in the hotel in the "Roaring Twenties". John Wayne romanced Gail Russell here in 1946 during their filming of "angel & the Badman". And the hotel was in the movie "Stay Away, Joe", starring Elvis Presley in 1967. For more Cottonwood Hotel history Click Here.
Some traveling medical staff that have stayed here, enjoyed the idea that they could commute by foot if they wanted. Even those attending classes or workshops at the ASIS Massage School could easily walk the 1 mile.