We had an excellent stay at the Royal Elizabeth.
Jeff and Chuck are perfect hosts -- gracious and helpful as well as discrete. We were most comfortable. And as a traveler who judges vacations by the quality of dining experiences, I was thrilled. Breakfast was absolutely delicious.
The inn is a beautiful Victorian adobe mansion furnished with many pieces original to the home. It is skillfully decorated -- not frilly in the way many Victorians are. Subtle Chinese accents pay tribute to the craftsmen who carved the woodwork. It's within walking distance of fun restaurants and "Old Tucson" adobe. We enjoyed the combination of the luxurious B&B and casual wearing-denim-to-dinner attitudes of Tucson. Although CT is far from AZ, we hope to return to Tucson soon simply to stay at the Royal Elizabeth.
- 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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