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Arizona Inn
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2200 E Elm St Tucson, AZ 85719
2200 East Elm StreetUSArizonaTucson85719
(520) 325-1541arizonainn.com
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Historic casita-style property on 14 lush acres with free WiFi, a pool, tennis courts & fine dining.- Google

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Hollis Shurter
2 months ago
I hate to write this review because I love the Arizona Inn. The grounds are beautiful and the hotel is lovely. I've been to the Arizona Inn's restaurant a handful of times now. Every time I've had something really delicious and something really sub-par. The brussel sprouts are amazing!!! The cog au vin has a brown gravy that I swear tastes like it's from a powdered packet. Last night we had our Valentine's dinner there. Decided to do the tasting menu for $75 each. It all seemed like it was made a few days before. The ONLY good part of our meal was the steak and it was cooked perfectly. The risotto was covered in a creamy sauce that is straight out of a nursing home. The dessert was from a pastry shop that made the "small bites" last week. Stale and hard. $240 (including tip) later, what we really ate was a meal worth $100 plus tip. Major disappointment. I would have complained but I didn't want to ruin my Valentine's Day. Do yourself a favor and stick with the appetizer's and drinks!
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Kathleen Anson
10 months ago
The rooms could use an update, especially the bathrooms, but there is a certain '50s Spanish bungalow charm about them. The property, however, is stunning. Rolling green lawns, manicured gardens, lots of open space. An oasis in the desert, tucked into the middle of a residential area. The restaurant and bar are fantastic, too. Friendly bartender, good drinks, delicious and creative cuisine. You still need a car in Tucson, but this is one of the only high-end properties near the city center.
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Cody Cushing
a year ago
Fantastic accommodations in Tucson--history, privacy and a pool with good food and great service.
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Nick Trystandbull
2 years ago
Great hotel, fully equipped, great food and service are good. Just a little hot ..
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Ben Rogers
7 months ago
Very friendly and knowledgeable staff, the inn has a ton of charm and character, spacious and clean rooms, and the grounds are beautiful and walkable. I would stay here in a heartbeat over a boring chain, high-rise hotel, bravo.
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Ben Steinberg
4 months ago
we had ants in the room but other wise it was great
George Cottay
2 years ago
Several of us had the tasting menu and agreed it was okay but quite ordinary. Perhaps we hit an off night. The atmosphere, though nice, did not compensate for the food.
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anna hoover
7 months ago
I've work there for 2 years 98-99