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Adobe Village Graham Inn

Sedona, Arizona
adobevillagegrahaminn.com 928-284-1425
Come discover the very best Sedona, Arizona has to offer at the deluxe Adobe Village Graham Inn. This nationally recognized B&B exudes comfort and luxury in all of its masterfully appointed rooms, boasting sweeping Red Rock views. Take a dip in the sparkling pool and bask in the courtyard sun. Indulge in a fresh, expertly prepared gourmet breakfast each morning before heading out to see some of the area's incredible attractions. Discover the nearby splendor of ancient Native American dwellings and petroglyphic rock art, explore the ghost town of Jerome, or enjoy a leisurely day trip to the. . .
Price: $199 - $479 | 15 rooms

Creekside Inn At Sedona

Sedona, Arizona
creeksideinn.net 928-282-4992
Tucked away beside the peaceful Oak Creek in Sedona, Arizona, the Creekside Inn is an elegant and cozy way to spend a well-deserved getaway. Perfectly located in Sedona's Art District, this quaint B&B offers all the luxuries you'd expect from any high-end resort, plus much more. Breakfast consists of three sumptuous courses set on fine china. Various meal plans are available throughout the day including a romantic candlelit dinner. Also, be sure to take advantage of the special deal offered to Creekside Inn guests at “Dan's Bistro.” While in the area, be sure to check out the mysterious. . .

El Rancho Merlita Ranch House Bed and Breakfast

Tucson, Arizona
bedbreakfasttucsonaz.com 888-218-8418
Discover the true heart of Arizona at El Rancho Merlita. The area surrounding El Rancho Merlita is replete with nature. Situated in one of the most naturally diverse locations in the United States, just outside of Tucson, this B&B offers a wide variety of activities including bird watching, bicycling, horseback riding, fishing, exploring old-fashioned missions and churches, and exploring places like Saguaro National Park, Sabino Canyon Recreation Area, and Coronado National Forest. The B&B includes lavish amenities. Take a dip in the sparkling pool before retreating to the fire pit for . . .

Alma de Sedona Inn

Sedona, Arizona
almadesedona.com 928-282-2737
Enhance your visit to the spectacular Red Rock country of Sedona by staying at this romantic inn. Alma de Sedona Bed and Breakfast offers a unique retreat combining modern comfort and warm hospitality in a casually elegant setting. The views from the hilltop setting are among the most spectacular Sedona has to offer. Each room at Alma de Sedona Bed and Breakfast Inn is designed with your comfort and pleasure in mind. Our Boutique-Style Bed and Breakfast offers large rooms each have king sized beds, gas fireplaces, two person jacuzzi tubs (11 of 12 rooms), private entrances and patios, and m. . .
In The Spiritual Heartland Of The Southwest - "Alma" Is Soul

Sam Hughes Inn

Tucson, Arizona
samhughesinn.com 520-861-2191
Situated amid some of Arizona's most scenic vistas, the Sam Hughes Inn lies in the center of charming Tucson. Discover what Tucson has to offer as you meander through streets of this picturesque town. The Sam Hughes Inn is a leisurely stroll away from some of Tucson's best attractions and a short drive away from many of Arizona's famed sites of interest. The surrounding area boasts the Pima Air and Space Museum, Botanical Gardens, Tohono Chul Park, Catalina State Park, Old Tucson Studios, and an abundance of golf courses. Enjoy the luxurious amenities in each room and feast upon a tant. . .

Prescott Pines Inn

Prescott, Arizona
prescottpinesinn.com 928-445-7270
Prescott Pines Inn is situated just minutes from downtown Prescott Arizona and historic Whiskey Row, yet nestled at the edge of Prescott National Forest. This is where you will find peace and quiet, a place to relax in the gardens under centuries-old shade trees, and be pampered by old fashioned English hospitality from the owners Tony & Janet and the friendliest of golden retrievers, Cody. Prescott Pines Inn is truly a special place. If you stay for just one night, a weekend, or longer it will be hard for you to choose between the delights offered by Prescott and the surrounding area and t. . .

Tempe Mission Palms

Tempe, Arizona
missionpalms.com 480.894.1400
Guests of the hotel can choose from our guestroom and suite accommodations , with elegant interiors designed to reflect the sprawling rose-colored deserts of the surrounding area. Featuring a variety of comfortable amenities and plush furnishings, our guestrooms and suites can accommodate couples, larger families and business travelers. . . .

Inn at Eagle Mountain

Fountain Hills, Arizona
innateaglemountain.com 480-816-3000
This boutique hotel features luxury amenities nestled in the midst of a rejuvenating oasis outside of Scottsdale, Arizona. Each mini-suite offers stunning views of the surroundings and is elegantly decorated in a quirky Southwest style. The Inn at Eagle Mountain is mere minutes from the shopping, dining, and golfing of Scottsdale, yet remains in a largely secluded and intimate setting. Meander Scottsdale's Old Town, visit the Su Vino Winery, discover the Cosanti Foundation, drive a ball at any one of the city's many golf courses, or simply relax and revitalize yourself at the hotel. Be sur. . .

Hassayampa Inn

Prescott, Arizona
hassayampainn.com 928-778-9434
"All that persons of opulence could desire, yet within the reach of all others of ordinary means - this, in a few words, epitomizes Prescott's newest community venture, the $300,000 Hassayampa Hotel. It is in fact, a monument to a handful of enterprising spirits, with a dash of the entrepreneur in their veins, who looked into the mirror of the future and saw reflected in hazy, though certain, forms a newer city, finding its substance of growth in a luxurious hotel that would breathe a warm welcome to the newcomer and imbue a feeling of confidence among its enthusiasts and skeptics alike. Its d. . .

Activities in Arizona:

Grand Canyon National Park

nps.gov/grca/index.htm 928-638-7888
The Grand Canyon is more than a great chasm carved over millennia through the rocks of the Colorado Plateau. It is more than an awe-inspiring view. It is more than a pleasuring ground for those that explore the roads, hike the trails, or float the currents of the turbulent Colorado River. This canyon is a gift that transcends what we experience. Its beauty and size humbles us. Its timelessness provokes a comparison to our short existence. In its vast spaces we may find solace from our hectic lives. The Grand Canyon we visit today is a gift from past generations. Take time to enjoy this g. . .

Tumacacori National Monument

www.nps.gov/tuma/index.htm 520-398-2341
Included in this nomination are the Tumacacori museum building, the comfort station, the museum garden, and the adobe walls surrounding them. The Tumacacori museum building, also known as the visitor center/administration building is an adobe building on a concrete foundation with a concrete block addition at the end of the east wing. The generally T-shaped structure has ten rooms and comprises approximately 5500 square feet. To the north and south of the easternmost wing are arched portals (arcades)--one opening into the 1939 garden, the other looking out toward the ruins of the mission ch. . .