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To make a reservation, call 1-800-944-6490 or (541) 560-3664; fax (541) 560-3825; write to Prospect Hotel, P.O. Box 50, Prospect, OR 97536; or e-mail info@prospecthotel.com. Pets are allowed in the motel units only (with a small fee) Banquets, parties, retreats and weddings can be arranged with advance notice. We accept VISA, Mastercard, Discover and Diners Club.
Rates: $145 - $210 May through October
$125 - $190 November through April

All hotel rates include a hearty breakfast served in our dining room.

Prices subject to change without notice.

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The Roosevelt Room (click for a picture)
One of America's most beloved presidents, Theodore Roosevelt, declared Crater Lake to be one of the natural wonders of the world. And of course when he visited Crater Lake, he stayed at the Propect Hotel. The Roosevelt Room features a queen size bed with a handmade quilt and a private balcony overlooking Mill Creek Drive. This room has a private bath down the hall.

Rates: 
$155 May through October
$135 November through April

The William Jennings Bryan Room (click for a picture)
Famed statesman William Jennings Bryan stayed at the hotel between 1912 and 1923 during its ownership by the Grieve family. The room includes a double bed, private bath, phone, handmade quilt and beautiful antique furniture.

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$145 May through October
$125 November through April

The Jack London Room (click for a picture)
Jack London, one of the most successful writers in American history, is best known for White Fang and The Call of the Wild. London was a guest at the Prospect Hotel in the early 1900s. The Jack London Room features a queen bed, private bath, phone, handmade quilt and beautiful antique furniture.

Rates: 
$155 May, June, October

$165 July, August, September
$135 November through April

The Frances Pearson Room (click for a picture)
Frances Aiken Pearson was born in Prospect in 1885, daughter of Stan Aiken who ran the mill and general store. One of Prospect's most respected citizens, Frances taught at the Prospect school for twenty-six years. The Pearson Room is a favorite with guests and features a stately antique brass bed (queen) with a handmade quilt, beautiful antique furniture, private bath, and phone.

Rates: 
$155 May, June, October

$165 July, August, September
$135 November through April

The Dewey Hill Room (click for a picture)
Dewey Hill was hired by the Grieve family as a handyman around 1916, and worked at the hotel until his death in 1978. He was also the law in Prospect, and is remembered as the "dollar a day" sheriff as well as being a lovable town character. The Dewey Hill Room features a beautiful antique double bed, phone, handmade quilt and private bath.

Rates: 
$145 May through October
$125 November through April

The Zane Grey Room (click for a picture)
Zane Grey was a guest of the hotel under Grieve ownership in 1912-1913. He wrote ninety published books, sixty of them westerns, and many that were inspired by his time in Prospect and Southern Oregon. The Zane Grey Room features an antique queen bed, phone, private bath, and handmade quilt.

Rates: 
$155 May, June, October

$165 July, August, September
$135 November through April

The Grieve Room (click for a picture)
Jim and Mary Grieve bought the Prospect Hotel in 1912, and under their ownership the hotel flourished into an internationally known attraction. After Jim's death in 1932, Mary ran the hotel for another 20 years. The hotel passed to their son and grandson, and remained in the family until 1978. The Grieve Room features an antique double bed, phone, handmade quilt and private bath.

Rates: 
$145 May through October
$125 November through April

The Boothby Room (click for a picture)
Albion and Jennie Boothby opened their home to travelers in 1889, and soon realized they would have to build a hotel to accommodate the growing number of guests. The "Boothby House," as the hotel was then known, was a favorite of locals as well as travelers thanks to Jennie's delicious meals, and it soon became a center of the community. The Boothby Room features an antique queen bed, private bath, phone, and a handsome handmade quilt.

Rates: 
$155 May through October
$135 November through April

The John Muir Room (click for a picture)
John Muir, the famed wilderness explorer and conservationist, is best known as a founder of the Sierra Club. His support of William Steel to propose a National Park for Crater Lake inspired him to write 'The trees and their lovers will sing their praises, and generations yet unborn will rise up and call them blessed.' The Muir Room is on the third floor and features a full size bed, handmade quilt, private bath and phone.

Rates: 
$145 May through October
$125 November through April

The Record Suite (click for a picture)
Pete & Carol Record had a vision when they first laid eyes on the ruins of the old Hotel in the late 1980's. Their two long years of renovation resulted in what today is a warm and charming refuge from city life. This third floor Suite features two beautiful antique queen beds with handmade quilt, charming lamps, and private bath and phone.

Rates: 
$210 May through October
$190 November through April

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Motel Units (click for a picture)
Nestled in the woods behind the main house, the 14 motel units offer exceptional privacy and convenience. The motel is accommodating to travelers with large groups. families, or pets, and to those needing extra accessibility. The motel rooms feature TVs, coffee service, microwaves, refrigerators, phones, full baths and accommodations ranging from 1 queen, 2 queens, 1 queen with 2 twins, or 2 queens with 2 twins. Kitchenettes are available in some rooms.

Pets are allowed (with a small fee) in Motel Units only. All rooms are non-smoking. Some units are wheelchair accessible. Please ask when making reservations.

1-800-944-6490 or 1-541-560-3664

Rates: 
$95-$150 May through October
$75-$130 November through April

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