Located right on Whiskey Row, this hotel has a resident ghost and the oldest elevator in Prescott, and also a self-described “historic ambience”—meaning narrow hallways and small rooms in all manner of configurations. Ask what you’re reserving. Some rooms have tubs but no showers. Its restaurant, the casual Caffe St. Michael, overlooks Courthouse Plaza, and there’s a charming attached cobblestone-paved mini-mall of shops, including a decent bookstore.