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Arizona Inn
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Reviewed August 9, 2014

The team is outstanding in their attention to the guests' comfort. Dining is delicious, rooms are comfortable with character. This deliciously appointed venue is not a shining star, but more super nova.

Room Tip: Insist upon any room at all. This is a gem!
  • Stayed: August 2014, traveled with friends
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Reviewed August 2, 2014

Decided to visit our Tucson resorts this holiday of three weeks. So made reservations and spend three glorious days here. The room we had, albeit a long distance from the pool and dining room was worth it. Lovely room, tended daily with fresh ice, chocolates, any need we had. The dining room, we ate breakfast there daily, was wonderful. The corn flake and almond crusted French toast with raspberry purée was a delight! Backgammon in the library with coffee served all morning, ice cream sundaes by the pool at night, privacy, beauty, well maintained grounds were just wonderful. If you get the chance to go, do!!!

Room Tip: I am sure all the rooms are wonderful.
  • Stayed: July 2014, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank looking4spring04
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Reviewed August 1, 2014

A garden oasis, 1940's period setting, and a respite from the hectic is what you will find at the Arizona Inn. I enjoyed the way the history is preserved from the tiled floors in the bathrooms to the doorknobs. The screen door was a nice touch of nostalgia but it was too hot to take advantage of in July.

If you are looking for a place to relax after driving and touring in Tucson, make a reservation at the Arizona Inn.

  • Stayed: July 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 30, 2014

OK to be transparent I grew up in Tucson, so the city itself holds a special place in my heart. But when I lived there I never went to the Arizona Inn. Why would I? As it turns out we should have gone to eat, listen to music or have a drink.

I traveled to Tucson with my wife and two daughters to take care of some family matters. I had been back in June and had dinner here and decided to reserve rooms for July. They were very inexpensive as this is the off, off season. We were all extremely happy with the choice.

We arrived late and the bar and kitchen stay open until midnight. We showed up at 1130PM and the servers happily greeted and served us. The quesadillas, mini BLTs, chips and guac were great.

We ate breakfast three days and each day it was excellent. Granola, fruit and yoghurt, southwest eggs Benedict, omelettes, eggs, bacon were all good. The food is all reasonably priced and excellent. We never ate in the formal dining room, only the bar. Off the bar and dining room is the most fabulous library imaginable. Very comfortable, quiet and cozy.

The staff are all very friendly and are not overly intrusive. Everyone is helpful, cheerful and well-kept. The grounds are kept very neat, the pool is sizeable with plenty of lounge chairs and there is a sundae bar every night from 6-9PM.

I loved every minute of our stay and I will surely return when in Tucson.

  • Stayed: July 2014, traveled with family
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2  Thank Matthew F
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Reviewed July 30, 2014

Nestled in Tucson's classically southwestern architectural styled neighborhood is a beautiful matriarch that watches over these little homes like a mother watching over her children. The Arizona Inn surprises any traveler with its unexpected location. Initially, the pink buildings shock the senses, until you enter the front doors. She may be over eighty years old, but she has been lovingly cared for. The Inn calls to you and invites you to explore her gardens and brick walkways leading to secret passageways into other open spaces with a variety of flora. Suddenly the frantic pace of the city is left behind, locked out of the walls or serenity. We visited in summer at a reduced rate and were pleasantly rewarded with an upgrade which gave us our own private patio along with a sizable room and just the right amount of modern amenities such as wireless access throughout the grounds, a refrigerator and flatscreen TV. A book could be written about all the wonderful things this place provides. If you have the opportunity to stay here, you will not be disappointed.

Room Tip: Rooms on the south side are quieter, but keeping the fan on for white noise helps block out the little traffic that drives through.
  • Stayed: July 2014, traveled with family
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1  Thank Gary G
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