Tucson Arizona bed and breakfast choices abound!
How can you choose? Think about this: What have other people said about staying at the particular accommodation? Reviews are always important!!
You want to consider... what type of area or atmosphere is best for you?
Maybe you're more interested in having your excellent breakfast! Then you'll be gone for the day... Exploring! But you want to be sure you get to sleep in absolute comfort!
Are you interested in having that Tucson Arizona bed and breakfast option located in a specific part of town?
We organize our picks for you here - according to the location in Tucson. The descriptions then help you figure out your choice. You can narrow it down to your needs.
We'll cover what you need to know, for your best selection!
Catalina Park Inn B & B - 309 East 1st St. - (520) 792-4541
Located near the University of Arizona district. It's close to downtown, and just a few blocks from the Sunlink streetcar line. A wonderful historic location!
Their rates are very reasonable for their 5 fantastic rooms. Beginning at $135 per night - with varied styles. They sometimes offer last minute specials due to cancellations: If you can make last minute plans, it'll be a 10% discount!!
In their beautiful desert-style courtyard, enjoy relaxing with a favorite book and a drink. Ask ahead about their pet-friendly room. Your hosts are well experienced in providing great hospitality for their guests, as they opened in 1994. Reviews are overwhelmingly excellent! You can be assured of a good experience in this Tucson Arizona bed and breakfast!
El Presidio B & B Inn - 297 N. Main Ave. - (800) 349-6151
Want a little history to go with your Tucson Arizona bed and breakfast? What a great place! The home's origins were in 1876. It sits in the Presidio District, a typical adobe style home. In 1880 it came under Victorian style influences of the day. It was updated with that sway - known as American Territorial. Some further owners completed additional awkward. Then its present owners restored it to magnificence. They turned it into a bed and breakfast in this historic area of downtown!
4 different rooms begin at $129 per night. Manage the desert summers [suggestions here], and you can obtain a 30% rate discount on reservations. That's from June 1 til mid September. 5 star reviews all-around!
The Inns at El Rancho Merlita -1924 N. El Corte El Rancho Merlita - (888) 218-8418
Are you looking for a more luxurious bed and breakfast? Here's an inn that may be your cup of tea!
This property was originally the Tucson get-away ranch home of cosmetics icon Merle Norman. She used it as a July 4th week-end get-away for her employees with their spouses!
When she passed away in 1972 her personal assistant inherited the ranch. He sold it in 2004 to the present owners, Arizona natives with roots in ranching. They redesigned it as an inn, B & B style.
There are two buildings on the property. Each have a superb selection of rooms. Between the choices, rates range from $99 to $299 per night! Custom packages can be added on for a creative deluxe vacation.
Mountain views, lush desert gardens, desert arroyos, a magnificent area! All ratings agree - an excellent place to stay!
Crickethead Inn Bed and Breakfast - 9480 Picture Rocks Rd. - (520) 682-7126
This place is hard to beat! For its facilities, its breakfast, its location! Right on the edge of Saguaro National Park West, hiking trails are at your doorstep.
There are 3 rooms. They have a unique Southwestern decor with an Indonesian added flair. The rates are $90 per night with a two night minimum. Stay a week, and the rate is discounted a further 10%.
The setting is gorgeous. I've passed that way many times when I used to live in the area.
The hosts are known for their terrific breakfasts. They get 5 star ratings from nearly all their guests. Only a few cannot tolerate being out in the desert wilderness - go figure? They should have checked out the location!
What a value! What desert serenity you'll enjoy here! Remember, you'll need to drive down the desert gravel/dirt road to access the property - about half a mile off the pavement. Just drive carefully. If you're not familiar with this environment, try to arrive in daylight hours.
Call them to discuss your reservations. Or send them an email: email@example.com
Casa de Caballo Bed and Breakfast - 38300 S. Santa Monica Trail - (520) 818-2439
The name means House of the Horse - this facility is on a small ranch which is ideal if you own horses. They have facilities for your horse also. If not - you can take some horse-back riding lessons right there!
Their rates are flexible, according to when you are staying. This Tucson Arizona bed and breakfast is unique in a few ways. In fact - why don't we just let you check it out for yourselves: see more here>
Cat Mountain Lodge - 2720 S. Kinney Rd. - (520) 578-6085
Their rooms all open onto a courtyard, designed with Southwestern Spanish flair. There's a multi-use areas for guests. The amenities include a hot tub, an Arizona room with computer facilities, and a sitting area with a fireplace. Everyone raves about this Tucson Arizona bed and breakfast. They mention being surprised that initially it doesn't give you the typical look of one! But it is loved!!
Located on the Southwest Side, it's really convenient to Tucson Mountain Park, Old Tucson, and the Desert Museum. Saguaro National Park West is also a short drive. San Xavier del Bac is a very worth-while visit - on the Tohono O'odham Reservation.
The rates include breakfast at the adjacent Coyote Pause Cafe. Or you can choose lunch instead. You also get a discount for their own Spencer's Observatory star tour show.
There's 3 rooms to choose from, 2 suites, and a guest house which has a 3 night minimum. Rates range from $125 to $219 per night. Off-season rates, from mid May to the end of September are $109 to $179 per night.
Inn at Civano - 10448 E. Seven Generations Way - (800) 682-1905
A very unique bed and breakfast located on the Southeast Side of Tucson Arizona. Civano is a community specially designed for neighborhood interactive living, along with desert ecosystems. Their location near Vail AZ, puts you in a favorable spot to skip out of town to Southeast AZ. Easily take trips to Tombstone, Kartchner Caverns, Bisbee, and the Chiricahua National Monument in Cochise County. There's also good access to Tucson International Airport. Getting to Saguaro National Park East is quite easy from Civano. Downtown Tucson is readily accessed from Interstate 10.
Room rates vary, with 3 different seasonal levels. They'll range from $79 to $179 per night, with a 2 night minimum. Additionally, if you reserve 7 nights, you'll get 2 of those nights free! Stay for a month for even further discounts.
There are 4 room choices, with access to the
kitchen. Breakfast is continental style from their well-provided
kitchen. There's also Casitas available through an agreement with
All reviews rave about the Inn, including the choices available in their breakfast. You can't go wrong here - with this Tucson Arizona bed and breakfast choice!