Experience the West
The Apache Lodge has been, and remains, an important landmark in the city of Prescott. Motor courts have a unique architectural importance and firm place in the iconic narrative in the history of the West’s Americana. We are taking great care to ensure that the integrity of the foundation, the bones if you will, are carefully nurtured and modernized.
From Savannah, GA to the Puget Sound, from Napa to Nashville, we have spent much time – and miles! – carefully considering many of the design elements which give these historic and renowned architectural jewels, their character and nuance. Those things that we all identify with and associate with the beauty and richness of that particular city. It’s important to us that our guests leave with that same feeling. That a night spent at the Apache Lodge really confirmed how much they enjoyed their visit to Prescott. We are committed to keeping all these elements fresh and continually look for ways to improve our guest’s experience.
We are looking toward the future to ensure that the Apache Lodge remains a trusted landmark and faithful custodian to the gateway of our beautiful little city. Our hope is that the community all shares a sense of pride over our diligent efforts to restore our motel, to make it, once again, a part of what’s great about Prescott. Our hope is that when visitors come to town, there is a shared sense that one of the experiences not to be missed, is a night’s stay at the famous 1940’s motor court.
The Apache Lodge has been, and remains, an important landmark in the city of Prescott. But also, because of its unique architectural importance and firm place in the iconic narrative of the West’s Americana, we have taken great care to ensure that the integrity of the foundation, the bones if you will, have been carefully nurtured and modernized. New windows, new electrical, top of the line Direct TV package and internet are all in addition to great beds and linens, big soft towels, plentiful room upgrades and excellent service.
Step Back in Time
Conveniently located just east of historic downtown Prescott and the famous Whiskey Row where the likes of Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday once roamed. This historic motor court is one of only 30 still operating in the United States.
Your stay in our historic Prescott Apache Lodge means a clean and comfortable room with modern conveniences mixed with a nostalgic experience of stepping back in time. Our friendly staff is always committed to providing you the best possible experience. They’re also great at helping you plan your adventures in and around Prescott. Just ask!
Of course, you don’t have to take our word for it, see what guest have said on TripAdvisor.