Ratings based on 372 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Houston
Very nice historic Hotel in central TucsonPosted Jun 30, 2015
The Arizona Inn is Tucson's classic luxury hotel dating from the 1930s, and is surrounded by a residential neighborhood. It has been kept up, and services for guests appear to be a priority. The rooms are historic and are spread out around the hotel, mainly in low-rise casitas. The rooms have been kept updated and are comfortable. The main dining room is one of the best restaurants in Tucson, and appears to be a Tucson power place. A lot of attention is paid to the grounds, and the grounds include a nice pool with bar and food service, tennis courts, ping pong and croquet. We only spent two nights, but this would be a comfortable place to spend more nights than that. Rooms come automatically with the Wall Street Journal and New York Times every morning. I always gave the New York Times back to them as I don't read that liberal rag.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Austin
Posted Jun 23, 2015
This is an adorable hotel with great food and very clean rooms. Its like turning back time.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from San Tan Valley, AZ
Very professional staff. Very relaxing.Posted Jun 11, 2015
Location: Location was great. Lots to do locally.
Nothing but good. We will go back. One of the best places I have ever stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Vermont
The best in Tucson for my taste.Posted Jun 10, 2015
Pros: See above plus NYT and WSJ complimentary delivery every morning - nice!
Cons: Food was excellent, though not superb. Not a drawback, since there are many dining options a short drive away.
Location: Great location, though most things are a short drive, not walk. It's also a fine place NOT to go anywhere... Parking at the hotel is easy.
Charming vintage hotel. Calm, peaceful location, with superb staff. Beautifully tended grounds with fine amenities.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Phoenix, AZ
Cute B&B close enough to downtown TucsonPosted Jun 7, 2015
Pros: Polite staff, spacious rooms, unique library/den, good food, and beautiful grounds.
Cons: Schedule more than 1 bellhop at check-in time on a weekend, and check room A/C unit. Perhaps add a few 'adult only hours' for the pool for relaxation.
Location: Quick drive (5-10 min) to University of Arizona and downtown Tucson.
My husband and I were pleased with our 1 night stay and would have stayed longer if possible. Driving in, the street doesn't look like you'd find a fairly large Inn, but there is a parking lot right across from the main doors and the property itself is very well-kept. There is a lot to do at the property as well. The pool is very nice, but can get busy and loud with kids, which lends to more of a family feel than a quiet romantic get-away. There is a nice outdoor dining patio (which is perfect most months in Arizona), but the Inn appears to host large gatherings at times (rehearsal dinners, birthday parties, etc) that fills up the space and can be loud. The bar is open fairly late which is nice for a nightcap if you're coming back from being out elsewhere. The only other thing I noticed is the pillows were very hard. I didn't ask to change it, but if you like softer or less 'rock-like' pillows, you might want to bring one or buy one nearby! Overall the price was reasonable and I'd stay there again if visiting Tucson.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Jun 5, 2015
The hotel was very charming and full of history. The staff service was excellent and the facilities were well maintained. The location was ideal for my visit to downtown Tucson.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from tucson, az
Posted Jun 4, 2015
It was an unexpected stay and the staff could not have been more accommodating. The grounds were immaculate and had all the charm advertised
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from St. Paul, MN
Lovely 1930s hotel with great stylePosted May 28, 2015
Pros: See above...the pool, the style of the hotel, the surroundings, the food, and the staff were all excellent.
Cons: The only thing I can think of is you might consider water-saving shower heads. That's it!
Location: Located in a quiet neighborhood, there is a lovely botanical garden nearby. Other good sites include Sabino Canyon and the de Grazia gallery.
The Arizona Inn was so charming - we loved the decor and the grounds. The room was very comfortable and clean, the staff was friendly and helpful, and the food was good. The pool area was great; it had comfortable lounge chairs with options for sun or shade (we used both). There were tennis courts, a croquet pitch, and a ping pong table, and we had a wide variety of free classic movies to choose from in the evenings. It was like we stepped back in time, and we loved it. Everything was really well kept - it is so nice to see an older place that has been preserved and used. I will definitely recommend The Arizona Inn to others!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Austin, Texas
Great grounds, great room.Posted May 27, 2015
Pros: Rooms, grounds, service.
Cons: Food could use an upgrade in my experience. Wasn't bad by any means, just not exceptional in terms of freshness/quality.
Room was one of their standard rooms - but very nicely appointed and well-laid out. Nice upgrades (linens, etc.) were noticed and appreciated. Grounds were exceptionally nice. Place had a quiet classy vibe to it also. Food was just OK to good - not great - my only minor gripe. All in all, a really nice facility.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Seattle
Beautiful + restfulPosted May 26, 2015
Posh, older but in excellent condition. This is NOT a family hotel - couple or adults are their specialty. Very relaxing and close to everything. First class food - we ate most of our meals here. Excellent live piano music in dining room for dinner. Would happily stay here again.