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    Arizona Inn
    The Arizona Inn is an historic, boutique, resort hotel with 92 rooms and suites spread over 14 acres of gardens, fountains, flowers and lawns in the heart of mid-town Tucson, Arizona. The luxury Inn has been continually owned and operated by the same family since its inception under the careful eye of its founder, Isabella Greenway, in 1930. Its casita-style rooms and suites have been robustly maintained and restored ever since, keeping their original warmth, privacy, comfort and charm while gaining all the modern day resort amenities a Tucson guest might desire.

    The Inn was originally built east of town. Tucson has grown significantly. The Inn is now centrally located, less than a mile from the University of Arizona and a short streetcar ride to downtown.

    Award Winning Dining Options
    – Main Dining Room & Catlin Room – breakfast, lunch, dinner daily
    – Audubon Bar & Patio – breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night dining until midnight daily
    – Live piano music every evening
    – Room Service – (6:30am – midnight) full menu, no extra charges
    – Poolside Dining – Cocktails and Light Fare served poolside
    Bear Mountain Lodge
    Bear Mountain Lodge is a tranquil oasis on the edge of the New Mexico wilderness, the ideal choice for quiet relaxation or unforgettable adventure. Bear Mountain Lodge offers refined and restful accommodations in breathtaking surroundings, with easy access to hiking, cycling, horseback riding, birdwatching, nature study and wilderness.

    178 secluded acres, are nestled against the immense grandeur of the Gila National Forest. We are minutes from the heart of Silver City, boyhood home of Billy the Kid and today an Arts and Culture District of New Mexico. Our Historic Lodge, fully restored and lovingly maintained, features inviting common areas, a dining room serving breakfast and dinner, a well-stocked library, and eleven comfortable guest rooms with modern amenities. We are home to Blue Dome Gallery,

    There are no televisions at Bear Mountain Lodge. We provide free wireless Internet. Please, no smoking in any of the buildings We have cell phone coverage. Complimentary breakfast is included, and bag lunches are available by prior arrangement. Artwork and sculpture throughout the Lodge and grounds may be purchased through Blue Dome Gallery. We have 3.7 miles of marked trails that connect to the extensive trail network of the adjacent Gila National Forest. Our 6,250' elevation means generally cooler, drier weather and those spectacular New Mexico skies.
    Casitas de Gila Guesthouses and Art Gallery
    Casitas de Gila – Little Houses of Gila – is a cluster of five cozy southwestern adobe-style guesthouses, four miles outside of the tiny community of Gila (HEE-la) in Southwestern New Mexico. Nestled among juniper and piñon pines, on an ancient river terrace overlooking Bear Creek, our Casitas occupy lands that were once favorite hunting grounds of Apaches only 130 years ago.
    br>The Art Gallery at Casitas de Gila Guesthouses is open every day for guests staying at the Casitas. For visitors who live in Silver City and the surrounding area or who are traveling through Grant County, just call ahead so we will be expecting your visit.

    A Stress-Free Zone on 265 acres, not too far from Silver City, in Southwest New Mexico. Five beautiful Guesthouses, an Art Gallery, and a Nature Preserve with 11 hiking trails covering over 6 miles, all overlooking the Gila National Forest and Gila Wilderness. Beautiful dark skies, incredible quiet, fabulous scenery.
    Duquesne House Inn & Gardens
    An historic adobe inn nestled in Patagonia offering charm, quiet, privacy and delicious breakfasts!

    When Rollin R .Richardson came to southeastern Arizona in the late 1800’s, the town of Patagonia was nonexistent. He soon acquired a local ranch and began developing the town. His interests expanded to mining, and he owned and operated the Duquesne Mining and Reduction Company in the nearby Patagonia Mountains. However, the mine wasn’t close enough for the miners to commute from town (only buckboards and mules back then!) so in 1898, Richardson built a boarding house for his miners when they came to town for their overnight forays.

    Almost 100 years later, Richardson’s boarding house was renovated and The Duquesne House Bed and Breakfast was born. The former boarding house rooms are now charming and colorful suites, ready to accommodate visitors from all parts of world who have come to southeastern Arizona to enjoy its scenic beauty and recreational opportunities.

    Each of the three suites of our little Patagonia inn - The Rollin Richardson Suite, Marguerite's Suite, and Miss Medley's Suite - has its own entrance, sitting room, bedroom, private bath, and a rear door that opens onto the back porch or patio. A cozy but spacious retreat for two and comfortable lodging for four. The one room studio apartment, El Cuarto Bonito, includes a kitchenette and large tiled walk-in shower.

    Each unit is colorfully painted and uniquely decorated with rustic Mexican furniture and folk art, and hand stitched quilts. Amenities include WiFi, radio/CD players with a selection of CDs, hairdryers, shampoo, body wash, body lotion, bubble bath, insect repellant, flashlights, and a selection of fun and unusual reading material. Board games and playing cards can be found on the patio of our inn. A microwave, refrigerator, and freezer are available if needed.

    Breakfast is served "family style" in the dining room on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday mornings at 8:30. On certain holiday mornings, when many of the local restaurants may be closed, we offer a festive version of our full breakfast. We take pride in preparing full and balanced family style meals. As such, we do not cook to order, but we are more than happy to accommodate dietary restrictions if requested in advance

    Stepping out from your room into our tiered gardens you will find three distinct patio areas. Along with our enclosed Arizona porch, you are bound to find a place to enjoy quiet and privacy. Mature deciduous trees provide cool shade in the summer and then drop their leaves to let in the warm winter sun. Enjoy a leisurely afternoon nap in the hammock or a glass of wine in our gardens on a cool summer evening. Spend a starry winter night warmed by the outdoor fire pit or inside by the wood burning stove on the Arizona porch. Pansies provide bright winter color against the rock terraces while vinca vine, rosemaries and salvias offer cool green leaves and colorful blooms.

    As Patagonians who love exploring this area, we are here to help you discover the experiences that will make your trip to southeastern Arizona a memorable one. We hope to see you soon!
    El Rancho Robles
    The historic El Rancho Robles restored to it's former glory surrounded by acres of century old oak trees and lush grass is an ideal setting for corporate meetings, workshops, weekend getaways, weddings and intimate gatherings. Located in the beautiful Oracle, AZ within driving distance from Tucson and Phoenix.

    El Rancho Robles Guest Ranch offers an extraordinary opportunity to enjoy a romantic wild west experience with the perfect mix of adventure and relaxation. The ranch is located in the historic town of Oracle, Arizona – nestled at the base of the magnificent Santa Catalina Mountains. Whether you are warming up by the campfire or enjoying the cool mountain breeze in the ample shade of the oaks, El Rancho Robles is a beautiful escape any time of year. Come see the stars as they were meant to be seen. There would not be so many if we were all meant to wish on the same one!

    Ranch rooms are scattered throughout the property surrounded by century-old oaks, beautiful stonework and unique architecture. As you enjoy a stroll through the property, it is easy to imagine an era of guest ranches when luxury was only a side note to the beauty of one’s surroundings. Whether you choose to simply relax or have an adventure El Rancho Robles will make your experience magical.
    Each of our rooms offers a patio to help you experience your surroundings in comfort, as well as an eclectic mix of southwest furnishings reminiscent of El Rancho Robles’ history.

    he original brochure for the ranch started out by saying, “Who has not had the urge to visit a ranch in the old West where one can enjoy western life to his heart’s content; where the glorious beauty of the wilderness will bring health, happiness and peace; where fascinating desert scenes, the tang of the mountain air, the smell of the pines, and the spell of the starlit skies mean forgetfulness and freedom from the mad pace of modern life! El Rancho Robles, a glorified ranch in the most beautiful section of Arizona, will make these dreams come true for you.” – El Rancho Robles pamphlet, circa 1930
    Hotel Congress
    A landmark HOTEL with urban charm

    Unique Southwestern charm, urban and vintage. The Hotel Congress, built in 1919, is the cultural landmark that anchors Downtown Tucson. Though classically renovated and updated, every nook and cranny of the hotel reveals a window to years past, from the Tap Room Bar to the colorful murals that line the walls – there is a story in every detail.
    Urban hotel in the heart of downtown Tucson
    Historic authenticity
    Private bath

    Cup Café, the signature Hotel Congress restaurant, attracts every walk of life for its eclectic American fare served seven days a week in downtown Tucson. “The Cup” is an award-winning destination for locals and visitors alike, complete with a full bar, dining room and plaza seating. Expect a wait for breakfast on the weekend – itʼs one of the best in town. The build your-own Bloody Mary bar helps the time pass quickly. And be sure to stop by the dessert case – the sweet treats rotating behind glass has a hypnotizing effect.

    Congress has exciting live music and events every week, check the website for schedule.
    Hotel San Ramon
    A Beautiful Respite in the Heart of Old Bisbee, Hotel San Ramón is an ideal choice for those who want the comfort and amenities offered by modern hotels, yet prefer the warmth and ambiance of a small, family-owned inn. Hotel San Ramón is an ideal choice for those who want the comfort and amenities offered by modern hotels, yet prefer the warmth and ambiance of a small, family-owned inn.

    Transporting guests from small-town charm outside to private serenity inside, this quaint 6-room hotel offers a sense of fun and escape from the ordinary, while symbolizing everything Bisbee. Located in the center of town on Bisbee’s infamous Brewery Gulch, and just steps from both fine and casual dining, unique shopping, and historical experiences, Hotel San Ramón is an excellent starting point for all the town’s goings-on. In addition to exceptional hotel accommodations, we offer special packages and promotions that make your Bisbee experience even more memorable.

    ~ AMENITIES ~ Each Room’s Distinctive Amenities Include: -Private Bath -Vaulted Ceilings -Complimentary Wireless High-Speed Internet -Cable Television -Fresh-Roasted In-Room Coffee from the Bisbee Coffee Co! -Complimentary Bottled Water -Fresh-Baked Cookies -Wine Glasses -Air Conditioning/Heating -Ceiling Fans -Iron and Ironing Board -Hair Dryer -Signature Bath Amenities -Each bed is made with allergy-free down pillows, down-alternative comforters, snuggly microplush blankets, soft sheets and topped with vintage-styled quilts.

    In Addition to our room amenities, Hotel San Ramón offers priority dining reservations at either Bisbee's Table or Santiago’s Mexican Restaurant, and spa/massage packages to make your stay both relaxing and energizing.
    The Inn at Castle Rock
    Welcome to The Inn at Castle Rock, a beautiful, eclectic hotel in the middle of Old Bisbee, located at the foot of Castle Rock, gateway to Tombstone Canyon. This 1895 historic hotel is also home to the historic Apache Springs Well.

    Owner Chris Brown—with his dedicated team—has been restoring and renovating the hotel starting August of 2009. The hotel walls are filled with paintings by the previous owner—Jim Babcock—and friends. The back yard is an acre of steep ivy covered hills with tiled trails, gazebos, and fruit trees.

    There are 14 uniquely themed rooms, a space previously used as a restaurant which is home for the well, and a beautiful wood framed meeting/reception room available for parties, weddings, yoga and exercise. The hotel is within walking distance to restaurants, Main St. shopping and downtown activities.

    A comfortable hotel with the best prices in town, The Inn at Castle Rock invites you to come and enjoy all that southern Arizona and the town of Bisbee have to offer. Call 520-432-4449 for rates and reservations!
    La Hacienda de Sonoita
    Welcome to La Hacienda de Sonoita History's paintbrush has touched this dramatic canvas. Indians, Conquistadors, missionaries, ranchers, cavalry, Buffalo Soldiers, miners, railroaders, Wyatt Earp, the Clanton's and hardy pioneers have all left their mark. This is now the home of a new pioneer--Wine makers!

    Your hosts, Cheryl & Tom, Would like to welcome you to their Bed & Breakfast dedicated to the Spirit of the West in the heart of Arizona Wine Country. grapes mountain

    Enjoy a day of wine tasting and then cozy up to one of our fireplaces and enjoy a glass of local vintage. You are invited to have a memorable experience of the Old and New West.
    Make yourself at home, grab a book from the library, challenge other guests to a board game, listen to music, or just relax and curl up in front of one of our fireplaces.
    We offer a full cooked breakfast from old family recipes using products from growers in the area.

    Stage Stop Inn
    The Stage Stop Inn is located in Patagonia, Arizona, one hour southeast of Tucson. Situated in the heart of Arizona's Mountain Empire, the Stage Stop is a convenient home base while visiting Southeast Arizona. Area attractions include the Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Nature Conservancy, Lake Patagonia, Parker Canyon Lake, wineries in Elgin and Sonoita, and many hiking and biking trails. Patagonia is an Arizona Trail Gateway Community, resting between sections 3 and 4 of the Trail. Old mining ghost towns and working ranches populate the mountains and valleys surrounding Patagonia. Birders come from all over the world in the Spring and Fall to see hundreds of rare species migrating through Patagonia. Hunters and fisherman enjoy the late Fall and winter season, and clear skies, moderate temperatures and amazing scenery attract hikers and bikers year round.

    The Wild Horse Restaurant is conveniently located in the Stage Stop Inn. We serve Lunch Daily, Dinner Monday thru Saturday, and Breakfast only on Weekends. We are closed Sunday Evenings.

    Our full country breakfasts offer Eggs, Meats, Omelettes, Pancakes and French toast. For lighter fare enjoy cereals, granola, fruit and yogurt. Specialties include Eggs Benedict, Huevos Rancheros, Chorizo & Eggs and Biscuits & Gravy.
    For lunch, choose from among our famous burgers, sandwiches, wraps and specialty salads. Delicious Soups and Specials of the Day are always offered.
    Dinner includes steak, pork tenderloin, chicken primavera; Mexican favorites like red chicken enchiladas or shrimp rancheros. Daily soups and Specials are always featured.
    Vegetarian dishes are available anytime.

    Beer, wine,margaritas and other beverages are served in the restaurant, while we complete our Saloon renovation.

    Catering to the needs of leisure and business guests, our Inn offers many amenities to make your stay with us more comfortable:
    - Free WiFi
    - Free Direct TV with HBO
    - Pet Friendly (See our Pet Policy)
    - Outdoor Swimming Pool
    - Shaded Courtyard Seating Areas
    - Library, Reading Lounge and Game Tables
    - Wild Horse Restaurant
    - Express Check-Out
    - Fax and Copying services
    - Laundry Service by staff
    - Friendly, courteous staff
    Triangle L Ranch
    Enchanting 1880s Arizona Guest Ranch The Triangle L Guest Ranch is a magical property nestled among giant oaks and boulders in the high desert foothills of the Catalina Mountains. Set on fifty secluded acres, with lovely whitewashed adobe buildings dating from the 1880s, Triangle L Ranch offers comfortable accommodations, privacy, easygoing hospitality, and the charm of a historic ranch setting. Our abundant birds and wildlife, our cloudless, temperate days and star-filled night skies, make the Triangle L a carefree environment to relax, slow down, watch birds, walk the sculpture park trails or simply enjoy a peaceful retreat for individuals, couples, families, and friends. (Painting of the Triangle L Ranch circa 1932)

    Triangle L Ranch is a fascinating and enduring part of early Arizona history. Once inhabited by Apaches, in the 1880s the land was homesteaded as the “Boot Ranch,” named for its leather-making activities. The property was later purchased by the Ladd family of Boston and transformed into a cattle ranch. Among its early frequent visitors was Wild West showman “Buffalo Bill” Cody.

    The houses of the Triangle L Ranch have served as homestead, workers' quarters, and visitors’ accommodations for over a hundred years. Now carefully restored, these same cottages offer today’s guests the pleasures of desert living, along with privacy, quiet, and the ambiance of a simpler time in Arizona’s history. Each unique cottage is furnished with comfortable farmhouse antiques.

    Rates are for two people, with breakfast included.

    GLOW--Triangle L Ranch comes alive with glowing light during this multimedia art event coinciding with the full moon. GLOW celebrates the work of dozens of visual and performance artists. This much-anticipated regional event is held each fall.

    SCULPTURE PATH-- Winding through a portion of Ranch property is the Sculpture Path, an outdoor gallery displaying work by some of Southern Arizona's most prominent sculptors. Here in the high desert, these site-specific installations are a collaboration between art and nature.

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