Not quite as luxurious as the Hassayampa, yet not as basic as the St. Michael, the Vendome is a good middle-price choice for those who want to stay in a historic hotel. Built in 1917 as a lodging house, the restored brick building is only 2 blocks from the action of Whiskey Row, but far enough away that you can get a good night’s sleep. Guest rooms are outfitted with modern furnishings, although some bathrooms still have original claw-foot tubs. Two-bedroom units with an interconnected bathroom are ideal for families. There’s an in-house bar open all day and evening; next door is a welcoming gastropub, and on the other side is a groovy coffee shop, Cuppers. And yes, like a couple of other Prescott hotels, the Vendome has a resident ghost.