I have to say I was amused by a recent review about the mosquitos. They didn't bother me, but while I was having a glass of wine (alone) on the bar patio a few days ago, a waiter approached a group on the patio (the only other patrons at the time) and asked them if they were being bothered by mosquitos, but never asked me. This was my only issue with the Arizona Inn; as a single female traveller, I was invisible at times. I was just there for 2 nights. On my first evening, I went to the bar for dinner. No wait staff came near me. A couple came in and sat down, then a couple of guys, and they were approached and ordered before me. I had to revisit my drink order when the waiter came back to "take your drink order" and I said I just asked you for a margarita five minutes ago.
Other than that, the service was excellent, especially the front desk, room service (yeah, I skipped the bar for dinner after the first night), and bellman. The grounds were gorgeous, my room spacious and quiet with a private patio, the food very good. I'd go back in a heartbeat; just not alone.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Privacy, quiet & sunshine. The Arizona Inn is an historic, boutique, resort hotel spread over 14 acres of gardens, fountains, flowers and lawns in the heart of mid-town Tucson, Arizona. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Arizona Hotel Tucson