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Jerome, Arizona, Hotel

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Jerome is located northeast of Prescott between Prescott and Cottonwood along Highway 89A.

Situated within the Prescott National Forest.

Four disastrous fires destroyed large sections of the town during its early history, resulting in the incorporation of the City of Jerome in 1899. A building code was enforced and the Jerome Volunteer Fire Department established.

The town is now promoted as a historic ghost town. In 1967 Jerome was designated a National Historic District by the federal government. Today, Jerome is a thriving tourist and artist community.

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... a comfortable, safe place to stay while you explore Jerome, the Jerome State Park or one of the many attractions in the area. We hope you will spend some time with us and our Front Desk Staff ...

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... impressed by our website and they wanted to do a feature on Jerome, with the Ghost City Inn being spotlighted. They came and filmed in late January, and it aired on Febuary 5th, 2002. A great ...

The Surgeon's House Bed and Breakfast in Jerome, Arizona
... industrious, and obtained what became the town site of Jerome, Arizona and much of the surrounding mineral rights. When major companies wanted his interests, his price was one million dollars ...