While in Arizona, we stayed at a rather interesting hotel! Built in 1926, it served as a hospital for a small town called Jerome. Jerome is a very unique town that at one time was home to a 15,000 people mineing community. The hotel is redone nicely into a quaint hotel. The door is wide enough to wheel in a hospital bed and the elvator is an original Otis 1926 elevator. Check it out! Not sure on the story of the old car The stairs lead up to a very nice 3-star restaurant...The Asylum Inside...photoshoped crosshatch Closet door A look through the peep hole The hotel by night The restaurant side. The vacancy sign is where the surugry room use to be. Our room is right about the enterence, plus the three windows to the right of it (not shown in this pic) Can't beat the view from our room This is the only picture I could get of the whole building, the next morning. Up top, you'll fall of the cliff if you go to far away!