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Reviewed 14 February 2014

95 unique rooms in a 1930 oasis run by the same family (third generation) should be the first clues that quality still sells. This is NOT the young crowd as the clients are of a "mature age" range which perhaps makes AI a GOTO location. Quiet and calm is the end result from this beautifully (you better like pink) appointed Inn that is a soothing oasis in the heart of Tucson. Just down the street from Univ of Ariz hospital this is not a mountain view resort but once you are inside the walls there is no reason to look outside.
The main Restaurant offers top choices while the wine list is adequate (though they need to work on a better temperature control for wine storage….too warm) and the bar offers a few more choices of casual food/sandwiches with an outside patio. The inside living room is just magnificent with wood buying fireplace, comfy couches and great lounging area for the high tea or after dinner Irish Whiskey…or two…or three….
The heated pool is perhaps the highlight and offers a wonderful, calm atmosphere with top notch service poolside of full bar and casual, incredible food. A place you simply don't want to leave once you settle in.
Yet, the rooms are made for incoming ballistic missiles as they are so quiet and individualize. If you read the history, Grandma was brilliant and built this place to last, and last and last while giving the guest individuality. She was way ahead of her time while the Arizona Inn is still THE place to stay in Tucson ANYTIME.

Room Tip: Rooms near pool area (142 is a King Deluxe) offers an easy, private stroll to pool but you won't know it is there and unlike being at any pool. VERY private. Ask for rooms in the back section which helps avoid strollers going to main Inn area.
  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank BillyTeddy
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Reviewed 12 February 2014

We were going to the Tucson Gem & Fossil show, and heard that the Arizona Inn in Tucson was a great place to stay that was centrally located. The library is beautiful, the dining room is beautiful, the breakfast was very nice...yet the room was just fair at best. The bed was super hard...kind of like sleeping on a hard floor. Not very conducive to sleeping and we didn't get a good nice sleep in the 5 nights we were there. The box spring didn't even have anything covering it...so the edge of that was exposed. Kind of gross. Now to get to the shower. It was very weak. Sure, it's an older hotel, but to pay $389.00 per night and have a shower that dribbles just isn't acceptable!!! Next year...somewhere else for sure!!!

Room Tip: We stayed in a Deluxe Suite which was not very sweet... Stay somewhere else.
  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled on business
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2  Thank earthkarma
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Reviewed 30 January 2014

Imagine your favorite aunt has a large southwestern home in the Tucson desert...rooms are large and impeccable, percale sheets starched and ironed, silver trays with toiletries in the large bathroom(marble countertops), and expansive landscaped grounds. Have tea in the lovely library every afternoon(small sandwiches and sweets), swim in the huge pool under clear Arizona skies, play tennis, or croquet and imagine it's the 1930s. This inn is an exemplary retreat to be shared with friends or family.

The best prices(and best weather) are to be found the second week in January.

  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank BerkeleyBoomer
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Reviewed 13 January 2014

Great place to stay. Unique atmosphere and charm with every amenity you might think of. Charming, comfortable, and friendly. Ample parking and reasonably priced. About the only downside is that the restaurant is good but overpriced for what it is.

Room Tip: They're all good!
  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled on business
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5  Thank Hello12345_11
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Reviewed 5 January 2014

Wow! What a surprise the Arizona Inn was! The hotel is 80 years old and has been in the same family for generations. When you pull up it is not impressive from the outside. It is a simple stucco looking hotel. When you enter the hotel you are in such a classy, fabulous hotel that feels more like a mini resort. The grounds are immaculate. There is ping pong, crochet, badminton, tennis courts and a gorgeous large pool. These activities are dispersed throughout the resort. The grass is manicured, the flowers and plants gorgeous. They take great care of this place. The main building has an elegant but comfortable library for free coffee in the morning, tea in the afternoon or just to hang out by the fireplace. They make you feel at home and everything is included. They have a lovely restaurant with casual or more formal dining but I think it is the same menu. Lots of choices and very good food. We were there with my kids ages 10 and 15 as well as the grandparents. Everyone was happy. It is family friendly and people of all ages were there. We were there over Christmas and we found that many of the guests have been going there every Christmas for years. The rooms are all very different from each other. Our room was huge! It had a large private patio off the back with nice furniture. The decor was classic four poster beds, a sofa that opens to a bed and even with an additional rollaway we had a ton of room! The grandparents were right next store in a smaller room but just as lovely. The staff is great and we loved it! I would go back again in a heart beat. You felt at home, there was lots to do and it is gorgeous! So much fun!

Room Tip: Some rooms have fireplaces- and all rooms are very different. Ask about options and size.
  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled with family
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5  Thank Amy B
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