This is a gorgeous historical property that has not been left to go to seed. We stayed in Room 19, which was the room for the teachers at this former boarding school for girls (circa 1930s I think) and it was spotlessly clean and beautifully decorated. A 2-room suite with bed and bath in one large room and a sitting room. Both had flat screen TVs, there was a mini fridge too. A lovely patio with table and chairs and a chiminea which the supervising housekeeper ensured had a log at the ready. Room 19 is an end room and was very quiet, no noise at all sleep or morning hours. Ice machine right next door. We had the 7-course dinner at The Grill, amazing food presented very nicely. Gorgeous views of twinkling Tucson below, get a window seat to get ful advantage. Lovely lighthing and decor, romantic. Accommodating and service oriented staff in every position. Liked it so much we had breakfast there the next morning and it was possibly better than the dinner, my husband had the buffalo eggs benedict, he loved it; I had buttermilk pancakes with carmelized apples and the best crispy bacon. Same fantastic view. The gift shop had great things to choose from, a very wide variety from gifts for the kids to adults. Bought some unique notecards which were taken from paintings by the talented staff member at the front desk, Richard Dennis.
A lovely, lovely time worth every cent. We were so well taken care of by the wonderful staff. The grounds are so very very pretty whether day or night. Can't go wrong here.