Once or twice a year, I visit the Azure Gate to rest and recharge. Christine and Dennis are the perfect stewards of this magical oasis, which is home to myriad birds and wildlife, and resplendent with desert flora. Whether you're lounging in your room (or one of the two guest houses), enjoying a scrumptious breakfast on the patio or strolling about the grounds, there's always something beautiful to catch your eye. Nearby you'll find Sabino Canyon, Saguaro National Park, Mt. Lemmon, and more ... and Dennis and Christine are always glad to share their recommendations for hiking, dining, shopping, and other local interests. It's close to Tucson proper, U of A and the Centro, but far enough from the bustle to feel like a real respite. Because I always find it hard to leave, I reserve my next stay when I check out! Truly a little bit of heaven on earth.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 5 magical acres of desert botanical garden ambiance; two guest houses with kitchens; plus two guest rooms in the main house offer a range in pricing as well as length of stay; enjoy the library, chess room, living room, and outdoor oasis; walk through 10 Azure Gates designed by artist Simon Donovan; Come here to relax and enjoy the peace, beauty, and spirit of nature that is The Azure Gate. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Azure Gate Bed And Breakfast Tucson, Arizona