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We spent last weekend at the Arizona Inn and it was absolutely delightful. An historic building still owned and operated by the original family, it is beautiful, peaceful and a great place to escape. Dinner and breakfast in the lounge were delicious and the service...More
This hotel looks lovely, has pleasant grounds, and has fun amenities like badminton and ping pong. However, staff is unfriendly and unhelpful, the rooms need updating, and the bar is dead after 830 pm. The king size bed was uncomfortable and very jiggly for two...More
Met four families here for New Years. Property is older and decorated with vintage/antique pieces giving a comfortable but more formal feeling. Clientele is most older. Main building is cozy with tea served daily around the wood-burning fireplace. Rooms are all different but our queen...More
I was mildly unimpressed with the Arizona Inn dining experience. I expected great service for the cost of their meals and this expectation was not met. The food was good as was the environment. The lighting was odd.
I went during the Christmas season. The...More
My family and I just spent 3 nights at the Arizona Inn and it is fabulous. Note, if you are expecting a highly modernized hotel with huge bathrooms, this may not be the place for you, but if you want to stay in a hotel...More
The more, the better. Enjoy the patio by your room, or the pool, library to hang out. Take the time to enjoy more of the great food. Make it a base to take day trips around as it is centrally located and convenient.