Arizona Inn

2200 E Elm St | Tucson, AZ 85719-4395  [SEE MAP]Tucson, AZ  [SEE ADDRESS]
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TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

A hidden gem in the urban jungle.

Feb 19th, 2020

The Arizona Inn is a historic hotel that is hidden in a residential neighborhood not far from the main traffic area. Yet, you would not find it unless you drive into the residential area and specifically look for it. It is a true hidden gem; beautifully preserved. It has a grate lounge/reading room and a very nice restaurant. You may walk its inner gardens and find peace in the urban jungle. The restaurant is pretty good with a dining room and covered patios. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Arizona Inn

Feb 14th, 2020

This place is a large yet extremely quaint compound of casitas- equipped with a dining room, pool, tennis etc. the food is wonderful- service impeccable- a true Arizona experience. Each room is unique with a more vintage to antique decor. The location you can’t beat TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Splurge-worthy!

Feb 1st, 2020

We stayed a week at the Arizona Inn, and its location, in the middle of a historic neighborhood, made for a rejuvenating and stress-free vacation. The amenities at the Inn were fantastic, from the free parking, to the pool and Ping Pong pavilion, and onsite bar and restaurant. The staff were very friendly and helpful, the grounds and buildings were beautiful, and the room (deluxe patio) was roomy, clean, and comfortable. The perks also were nice--daily NYT delivery to our door (including the Sunday paper) and high tea in the afternoon. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Beautiful, old, classic hotel

Jan 26th, 2020

I was in Tucson for a business meeting and the organizers put me in the Arizona Inn. I didn’t do my homework, as I usually do, and so had no idea what to expect. My driver began telling me some of the history, and I got excited. The Inn was opened in 1930, by Isabella Greenway, a friend of Eleanor Roosevelt (she was her bridesmaid), a congress woman, and a business woman. The Inn is beautiful, in a desert red color (not Adobe – don’t get confused). The staff was very welcoming, check in was easy and efficient, and before I knew it I was in my room. The room was lovely, in an old-fashioned way. There was a king size bed, two comfortable armchairs, a desk, a large walk in closet and a full bathroom full of amenities. But the best part was the grounds. I walked around enjoying the cactus gardens, the large expanses of green grass, the tennis court, croquet court, swimming pool and fitness center. There was an outdoor bar as well as an indoor bar and informal restaurant. There was a formal restaurant (reservations suggested) and a beautiful, classic library where afternoon tea (complete with finger sandwiches, sweets and scones with cream) every afternoon from 3:00-5:00. And every morning, the New York Times was delivered to my door. All in all, the Arizona Inn is a lovely place to stay. I hope to be back one day. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

A Wonderful Place

Jan 21st, 2020

We have made another visit to the Arizona Inn and continue to find it wonderful. The ambiance is outstanding, the staff caring and solicitious, and the food excellent. It is an exciting oasis in the middle of a large city. If you have to have a TV everywhere you go, this is not the place for you (there are thankfully no TVs in the public rooms). If you prefer noise to peace and quiet, this is not the place for you. But if you like to wander gardens, swim, sit in the library and enjoy a quiet afternoon tea, this is a wonderful place. Most of all, it exults in that lost commodity of today, quiet. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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