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Situé en centre ville, la plus ancienne auberge de l'époque victorienne exploitation en Arizona et en vedette dans le Wall Street Journal, USA Today, et le magazine Sunset. Voté le n ° 4 B & B dans le pays pour le voyage d'affaires. Les suites spacieuses (450-650 pieds carrés) disposent d'antiquités d'époque, salle de bains privative et d'un coin salon confortable. La maison dispose également de nombreux équipements modernes, y compris la chaleur zonée et de la climatisation, Internet sans fil dans toute la maison, salle de cinéma maison et locaux et longue distance gratuit et des appels internationaux à partir de toutes les chambres. Chaque chambre dispose également d'une télévision par satellite, d'un magnétoscope / DVD, un coffre-fort et d'un réfrigérateur replié à l'intérieur des armoires anciennes. La plupart des chambres peuvent être réalisés dans des suites adjacentes et une entrée privée à la piscine et un spa. Vous pourrez profiter d'un petit-déjeuner gastronomique chaque matin ainsi que des rafraîchissements après-midi.
5 sur novembre 07, 2011
Spent our Anniversary Weekend at "The Liz" and did not want to leave. Innkeepers were so welcoming and delightful. Perfect location and walking distance to downtown, UA, restaurants, museums, and night life. I will definately be coming back soon. Wonderful experience!
5 sur septembre 13, 2011
Entering the Royal Elizabeth is like stepping back in time. I spent hours just admiring the incredible detail and craftsmanship of the interior wood work. The decor harkens back to a by-gone era but the top-notch service and amenities keep you as comfortable as you would be in your own home. With close proximity to museums, parks and all that downtown Tucson has to offer it is truly a perfect place to stay. I cannot recommend the Royal Elizabeth enough - stay here and be amazed!!
5 sur septembre 12, 2011
Not only was the service outstanding, but the proximity of the B&B to all the restaurants and shopping made staying at The Royal Elizabeth my 1st choice. I can't wait to come back and visit!
5 sur septembre 09, 2011
The Royal Elizabeth B&B Inn is a hidden gem in downtown Tucson. Spectacular breakfast served at 8am by hospitable innkeepers who enjoy being there and making your stay as comfortable as possible.
5 sur septembre 09, 2011
We stayed for two nights (in August 2011) and did not want to leave. The place is magical. The hosts were wonderful - they made dinner reservations for us, and gave us directions and details on a few attractions we wanted to see inc. Sabino Canyon and the Desert Museum. The breakfast was spectacular, a 2-course gourmet, we are used to more of a continental breakfast at B&B's. We lounged at the pool, they let us check-out late (and we arrived early). We will definitely be back.
4,8 sur juillet 24, 2007
Such a wonderful gem situated in the middle of the up and coming downtown area. The Inn is grand and beautiful. The hospitality is fabulous. The food is incredible. We'll never stay anywhere else while in Tucson!!
5 sur décembre 14, 2006
Central downtown location, spacious suites and common areas, lush gardens with a secluded swimming pool. Great attention to details.
Furnished with a queen brass bed, antique pull-down desk & mirrored dressing table, this single room is cozy yet comfortable This room features its own outdoor space for relaxing. The private bath features a large window, providing natural light & a tiled shower.
Let your earthly spirit come alive in this 550 square foot tranquil suite with an airy 11-foot false ceiling that conceals a 5-foot high by 120-foot long Arts-and-Crafts era fresco--hidden to protect the integrity of the painting until such time when it can be properly restored and exposed. Formerly Judge Blenman’s law library, Sara Page is complete with a queen bedroom highlighted by two tall mullioned windows and a nearly Adjacent to the bed there is a nice sitting area and coffee table. A sitting room separated by a glass-mullioned door provides still more space and features a daybed/sofa, a large, sunny window and private exit door that leads to the front porch of the house via cactus and succulent garden and voluminous purple lantana beds. The daybed in Sara Page can provide comfortable sleeping on one twin bed.
Delight in a touch of England’s Wedgwood furnished with a queen brass bed, antique pull-down desk, mirrored bureau and antique armoire recessed into a former fireplace/chimney alcove. This single room is cozy yet comfortable at nearly 350 square feet and features all of the standard amenities of even our largest suite—including satellite television, video players, refrigerator and safe deposit box. Though Nick Anthony is our only room without its own outdoor access, there are two large north-facing windows to brighten the bedroom and two additional windows that draw natural light into the spacious private bath, which does provide a traditional tub and shower arrangement.
Our most elegant and romantic suite is over 650 square feet and features three large spaces. The bedroom area's point-of-pride is a stunning Art Deco-era, burled maple 6-piece queen bedroom set. The nearly 6-foot long by 7-foot high armoire hides a 30" television, VHS/DVD player, refrigerator, safe deposit box and ample storage for hanging items. The adjacent living room area offers a beautiful and comfortable living room setting with a red silk sofa and chair, end table and coffee table. A sunny bay window hosts an antique dining table and four chairs and overlooks a fragrant lemon verbena hedge--typically teeming with butterflies and hummingbirds. An antique wood vanity was modified as a wet bar with sink and beverage storage below and sits below a large interior opening that passes through to the two-person Jacuzzi tub. The room also offers a full private bath with traditional tub and shower. A private entrance door leads outside to a sitting porch, the garden path and the pool.
Those who prefer something cozier than a multiple-room suite will enjoy this charming, 450 square foot room with 17-foot ceilings and its original 19th-Century wallpaper. A graceful Queen Anne bedroom set features a queen bed, two high-backed wing chairs, two night stands, desk and armoire, which hosts the room’s satellite television, refrigerator and safe deposit box. The Rose Room has a large private bath with ‘stall’ shower and is our only room that has a small but quaint private sitting porch with outdoor seating beneath the branches of a black mission fig tree, accessed through old-style Palladian garden doors.
Bask in this spacious 600 square foot sunny, two-room suite accented by an 11-foot high window that frames fiery red bougainvillea clusters that dangle over the garden path. A clerestory window spreads winter morning sunlight across the 17-foot ceilings and down smooth white plaster walls. The Ryan Patrick bedroom area offers a luxurious high-back queen bed that looks onto a very charming antique brass fireplace, modified as natural gas and working simply by remote control from your bedside. The bedroom armoire also hides your satellite television and video playing equipment, refrigerator and safe deposit box. Beneath the towering living room window sits a hand-carved antique sofa and coffee table, along with a dining table with expandable leaves and three dining chairs. A private bathroom, also with a 17-foot ceiling, is complete with tub and shower. Ryan Patrick also has a private exit door to the garden path, pool and spa.
This regal 500 square foot, two-room suite was historically Judge Blenman’s law office and stands uniquely apart from other guest rooms by the presence of a 4-foot by 7-foot ornately hand carved fir fret panel above the room’s entrance. Sydney Marie features a lofty 17-foot ceiling and a pair of tall mullioned windows. The bedroom area is also unique, featuring a beautiful Eduardian-style queen bed and oak armoire which houses the satellite television, video playing equipment, refrigerator and safe deposit box, along with an abundance of shelf and hanging storage space. The bedroom area also hosts a 1960s-era Lane dining table and chairs plus a hand-carved 7-foot antique sofa. There is a separate sitting space to relax with an additional daybed/sofa and desk and a large, sunny window that looks out upon brilliant orange Mexican bird of paradise, red bougainvillea and sculptural 15-foot high prickly pear. cactus plants.
Marche pour Grands Restaurants, Centre ville
Tucson, AZ (TUS) 8 miles
Exit # 258 (Congrès / Broadway) sur la I-10. Aller vers l'est sur Broadway pendant environ 1/2 mile, tourner à droite sur l'avenue Scott. Nous sommes trois blocs au sud de Scott sur le côté droit de la rue.
Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Casino, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Kartchner Caverns State Park (40 minutes), Boutiques, Théâtre, Rodéo, Ruines, Vignoble, Entreprise vinicole, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Location de vélos, Jeux de société, Clothes dryer, Ordinateur, Salles de conférence, Copieur, Fax, Videothèque, Parking, Piscine, Machine à laver/sèche-linge, Espace bar , Piscine extérieure, Spa et jardins
Climatisation, Réveil, Panier d'agréments, Peignoirs, Lecteur CD, Ventilateurs de plafond, Cafetière/Bouilloire, Lecteur DVD, Bureau, Cheminée, Réfrigérateur , Sèche-cheveux, Jacuzzi, Internet, Entrée indépendante, Radio, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Téléphone, Magnétoscope, Films, Wi-Fi, Internet par câble
Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Shopping, Excursion, Natation, Piscine
Equilibré , Régime particulier , Végétarien