We returned once again to The Liz ( same time, another year) to ferry our daughter back to the University of Arizona. After a long , hot, day of moving in countless boxes of belongings, it was a true pleasure to get "home" to our B & B. As always, we were welcomed as old friends and let out a huge sigh of relief when back. We knew that refreshments were waiting, and after a soothing shower, could relax in the den and chat. We of course saw some of the same lovely people we met last year, as everyone returns to The Royal Elizabeth. Once you've stayed here, nothing else compares. Our only regret is that we often do not have enough time to just relax and enjoy the accommodations ( except for at the leisurely , delicious and varied breakfasts. Always a great group to talk--and laugh--with) There are no comparisons!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 1870S-era adobe Victorian mansion, meticulously renovated. Quiet street in historic downtown Tucson 2 blocks from the new modern streetcar. Spacious suites with private bathrooms; period antiques; AC; free high-speed wireless, internet phone, satellite television with most channels and some business services; Outstanding two-course gourmet breakfasts! Colorful gardens, pool, spa. Leisure or business. Free off-street parking. Walk to dining, shopping, museums, performing arts. One mile from University of Arizona. ... more less
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