In confirmation email, was told to go to the restaurant to check in. Upon entering the restaurant, not even being acknowledged, finally had to tell the guy we wanted to check into our room. We asked about parking. He said, gruffily, "anywhere but a red zone. We've never been to Jerome before. I didn't know if there was parking in the back or whatever. Anyway, after moving our car and lucking out finding a spot in front of the place, we proceeded to check in. He had trouble with our credit card and yelled "goddammit" - "sorry". Then when he gave us the keys, he said "the doors are self-locking, so don't lock the keys in your room. There's no one on site and no one will come and you'll have to spend the night in your car."
We proceeded up the stairs to find our room. It was very dark in the hallways and we found our way. Upon entering the room, it was very small and barren. We had the Spooks, Goblns room.
Anyway, if you want any kind of amenity, stay away from this place - especially for the prices they charge. No ironing board and iron, no iron. Oh, they have a "frig" for leftovers and a microwave. No Ice. We were lucky to go down to the restaurant before they closed (at 7 p.m.) to get some ice. But had to put it in the bathroom sink. No ice bucket of any kind. No glasses (they could even be plastic or a Dixie cup dispenser, for cryin' out loud). The toiletries were scant, at best. Just a shampoo, conditioner and a sliver of soap. There was a wardrobe in the room with hangers - and what a motley bunch of hangers it was - like somebody just took them out of their closet at home. Really - you can go to WalMart and get a 20 pack of plastic hangers for a couple bucks.
The common area was a joke - a couple of chairs. There was a coffee maker for coffee in the morning. But no sink or anything. I guess you had to schlep back and forth from your room. And games? One Monolopy game. And a checkboard table - with no checkers. Not that we were going to play any; it was just amusing.
You're better off staying five miles out of Jerome in a town called Cottonwood - a brand new Quality Inn, that we didn't know about until we were driving by it. It looks beautiful, with a fountain out front and everything. I checked on line, and it's about a third of the price less than Mile High, and you get all the amenities.
I don't know what other reviewers were talking about a view. Not our room. We had a view of the side of a building. You're pretty much on your own in this place. It's a miracle they have free wifi.
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