|The Inn has been family owned and operated since it was built by Isabella Greenway, Arizona's first Congresswoman and close friend of Eleanor Roosevelt.
The Inn was conceived and built in the philanthropic spirit of the New Deal by Isabella Greenway to help disabled veterans of World War I preserve their jobs in her furniture factory, "The Arizona Hut"
86 individually decorated rooms and suites, some with patios and fireplaces, sprawl over 14 acres of gardens with landscaping designed for privacy.
All guest rooms feature Writing Desks, Refrigerators, 27" Televisions with Cable, DVD Players, Complimentary High-speed Internet access, Complimentary bottled water, Voice Mail, Bathrobes, Irons and Ironing Boards, and Blow Dryers. Coffee Makers are standard in many rooms and available upon request.
Three large private houses on the grounds have been renovated and fully restored and are available for corporate retreats, corporate board meetings, family reunions, and elegant catered receptions. The private homes include two double-storied family houses (6,000 square feet each) with five bedrooms and private heated pools. A smaller guest house with two bedrooms, large living room and kitchen with lovely private landscaped gardens is also available. The luxuriously furnished Flandrau House with walled gardens, patios and fountain is ideal for corporate board meetings or elegant catered receptions. All houses include the full use of the Inn's facilities and services.
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