Coyote Joe's Bar and Grill

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In the late 1800s, this building was built and housed the historic Arizona Hotel, which had the infamous reputation as also being the home of one of Arizona’s first brothels. Underneath these buildings on Montezuma, there were tunnels which were used for opium dens and also provided laundry delivery routes used by the Asian immigrants who lived in Prescott. The ghost of a young woman has been seen in the foyer, as well as ghostly voices and footsteps in the upper level of the building.

(Submitted by Callum Swift)

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Geographic Information

214 South Montezuma Street
Prescott, AZ
United States

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34.5393619, -112.470596
Yavapai County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Prescott, AZ (0.1 mi.)
Prescott Valley, AZ (9.0 mi.)
Wilhoit, AZ (10.3 mi.)
Williamson, AZ (11.2 mi.)
Dewey-Humboldt, AZ (13.0 mi.)
Chino Valley, AZ (15.1 mi.)
Mayer, AZ (16.5 mi.)
Spring Valley, AZ (22.3 mi.)
Peeples Valley, AZ (23.7 mi.)
Paulden, AZ (23.9 mi.)


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