The smaller 'Parlor', where the "girls" used to wait for the cowboys, has skylights, an east facing window overlooking the patio area and a queen bed.
The interior room with original skylights is the 'Madam's Room’, a large room with an antique brass bed from a brothel in New Orleans.
Please call us and we will take $20 off each room/night for any last minute reservations made within two days (48 hours) of check-in. AND Automatically get a $20 per room discount for any reservations made for the months of November through February, except Holidays.
Due to the limited number of rooms available, it is necessary for our guests to be responsible for the accommodations reserved. Payment by major credit card of one night in advance will guarantee your reservation. All cancellations are subject to a $20.00 charge. Those cancellations made less than 10 days before check-in will be subject to one night charge (room cost plus tax) unless we are able to re-rent the room. The care that has gone into faithfully restoring a 100 year old Victorian Romanesque building did require keeping some of the original elements that are not handicapped accessible nor safe for children under eight. To insure the comfort and safety of our guests, we do not permit smoking or pets in our rooms. Check-in time is between 4:00 and 8:00 p.m. only, or by prior special arrangement. Checkout time is 11:00 a.m.
All of the rooms have individually controlled air conditioning, ceiling fan, hair dryer, alarm clock radio, satellite cable TV and WI FI internet access. The common pantry has a refrigerator with complementary cold drinks, ice machine and fresh brewed coffee.
The large 'Big Bertha's Room' with two queen beds and original footed bathtub is now available for up to four persons and overlooks the historic downtown from the balcony.
Overlooking the depot for the historic Grand Canyon Railway and the surrounding Ponderosa pine forest, the 'Best Gal's Room' offers a queen-sized bedroom and adjoining sitting room with a couch and parlor stove.
The Red Garter is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has a rich history as one of the most colorful Houses on what was known as "Saloon Row". A tour of the building and as much of the local history that you'd care to hear about is, of course, part of the fun in staying here.
Along with a parlor and eight cribs for the "soiled doves", the second floor once boasted a two-story outhouse off the back of the building for the cowboys and other guests. These days each of the four guestrooms has a private, en suite bathroom and the 'special treat' we offer our guests is the full, cooked to order breakfast prepared each morning and afternoon snack in the café downstairs.