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Ghost City Inn
City: Jerome
Tel: +1 888 634 4678
Built around 1890 as a boarding house for middle mine management, this building has seen many uses. Although most of it's life has been spent as a boarding house, the building served as an ashram as well as a restaurant in prior years.The building went through a major restoration project in 1994, and the current owners have renovated all the rooms in the last three years. From the Victorian elegance of the Verde View Room to the rustic feel of a northwoods cabin in the Northern Exposure Room the owners have made each room special and inviting. The building still carries some of the uneven floors and original beadboard cielings.We have been featured on Sanoran Living Television, the Fox 10 Morning Show, Arizona TV 3 as well as the Boston Globe, Miami Herald, Inn Traveler, the Arizona Republic and many, many more!

Ghost City Inn Bed & Breakfast
City: Jerome
Tel: +1 928 634 4678
The Ghost City Inn, centrally located in historic Jerome, Arizona, features a warm, friendly and hospitable atmosphere, offering guests a host of amenities. Stroll into town and wander through Jerome's many fine shops, boutiques and restaurants. Relax on the spacious verandas and watch clouds roll off the red rocks of Sedona as the sun chases shadows across the floor of the Verde Valley. Retreat to the courtyard and relax in the secret garden, or soak away your worries in the secluded spa. Enjoy some interaction with other guests in the first and second story common areas, or simply cozy up with a book in front of the fireplace.

Glen Canyon NRA / Lake Powell
City: Page
Tel: +1 928 608 6404
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, established in 1972, provides a dramatic example of one of nature's most inspiring settings, combined with a monumentally ambitious human project. Impounded behind the Bureau of Reclamation's Glen Canyon Dam, waters of the Colorado River and tributaries are backed up almost 186 miles, forming Lake Powell.The lake has 1,986 miles of shoreline, and by the time the dam was completed in 1963, it took another 14 years to fill the lake. Since then, Lake Powell has proven to be a premier attraction for millions of visitors from all over the world. Glen Canyon National Recreation Area comprises more than a million acres in southern Utah and northern Arizona surrounding Lake Powell.

Golfland & SunSplash
City: Mesa
Tel: +1 480 834 8319
Golfland & SunSplash is the place to be for all kinds of fun. With two action-packed family entertainment parks at one convenient location, you'll find many exciting things to do.At the Park guests can cool off, play a little golf, slide down one of the great waterslides, ride the waves in the giant wave pool, race a car, play in the arcade, or just relax with an ice cold soft drink and a slice of pizza.

Grace's Secret Garden Bed & Breakfast
City: Sedona
Tel: +1 928 284 2340
Come to Sedona and enjoy the quiet lifestyle, clean air and beautiful red rocks. There are miles of hiking trails are around us.The Grand Canyon is only 2 hours away. Enjoy a day in the ghost mining town of Jerome, or just sit and relax in Grace's lovely Secret Garden. We are 5 minutes from the nearest shops and restaurants, and one 9-hole and two 18-hole golf courses, and 8 miles from downtown Sedona with its many art galleries and shops, including Tlaquepaque, the beautiful replica of an old Mexican village.

Grand Canyon Bed & Breakfast Terry Ranch
City: Williams
Tel: +1 520 635 4171
Terry Ranch Bed & Breakfast sits at the base of the mountains in Williams, "The Gateway to the Grand Canyon", off I-40, on original Route 66, in the high altitude canyon lands of Northern Arizona.There is no better way to escape than at Terry Ranch Bed & Breakfast. You'll enjoy king size beds, private baths, beautiful quilts for those cool mountain evenings, antiques and a wrap around veranda complete with rocking chairs.Following check-in at Terry Ranch, relax on the veranda in rocking chairs, or in the gazebo, and watch the sun set over Three Sisters; wave to the vintage locomotive and passenger cars and thrill to the nostalgic sound of the whistle as the train arrives from the Grand Canyon; enjoy the mountain scenery of Kaibab National Forest; read a good book or magazine; talk with your companion or other guests.

Grand Canyon Hikes
City: Flagstaff
Tel: +1 928 779 1614
Grand Canyon Hikes Is A Guiding Service Exclusively Guiding In The Grand Canyon. We Are Officially Licensed With Grand Canyon National Park And Carry A $500,000 Liability Insurance Policy. Our Guides Are Experienced Canyoneers With The Knowledge To Answer Any Questions About The Canyon's Formation, Geology, Wildlife, And History. We Respect The "Leave No Trace" Ethic And Try To Preserve The Canyon For Future Generations. Grand Canyon Hikes Is Prepared To Show You The Time Of Your Life.Grand Canyon Hikes Is A Full Service Company And Will Make Any Special Arrangements For You If Necessary. Our Guides Will Set Up All The Gear At The Campsites And Prepare All Meals. All Of Our Equipment Is "Top Of The Line." No Expense Is Spared When It Comes To Our Clients Comfort. Our Goal Is To Show You The Greatest Natural Wonder On The Planet, Safely. All Guides Are Certified In Advanced Wilderness First Aid And Advanced Cpr.No Hiking Experience Is Necessary! Bring Your Own Boots, And We Will Supply The Rest. If You Are A Veteran Hiker, Let Us Show You Some Of The Most Intense Trails In The World. Our Hikes Are Adventures That You Will Remember For The Rest Of Your Life. Sharing The Canyon Is Our Passion And We Will Bend Over Backwards To Make Sure Your Hike Is An Unforgettable Experience.

Grand Canyon Information
City: Grand Canyon
Tel: +1 800 408 2052
The official source for all your Grand Canyon Information needs like lodging, river rafting, mule ride, train ride, hiking, helicopter tour, airplane tours, Phantom Ranch, horseback rides, jeep tours, camping, and much more .

Grand Canyon National Park
City: Grand Canyon
Tel: +1 928 638 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 who 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 humble 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.

Grand Canyon National Park
City: Grand Canyon
Tel: +1 928 638 7888
Grand Canyon National Park is the nation's most popular national park with 5 million visitors annually. Located entirely in northern Arizona, the park encompasses 277 miles of the Colorado River and adjacent uplands. One of the most spectacular examples of erosion anywhere in the world, the Grand Canyon is unmatched in the incomparable vistas it offers from the rims. Grand Canyon National Park is a World Heritage Site.Expect crowds during the spring, summer, and fall months. During these months reservations for camping and lodging are essential.

Grand Canyon National Park Backcountry
City: Grand Canyon
Tel: +1 928 638 7875
Grand Canyon Backcountry Hiking details information you'll need in the wild backcountry. Water sources, routes, and trail descriptions, and trip reports will give you an idea of what to expect in such a rugged, remote, dry, harse environment! It's HOT! Temperatures in the summer are consistently over 108 degrees! Start hiking before sunrise, and rest at water, in the shade, during the heat of the day. Then start again when the shadows become longer. In the winter expect snow on the rim and cold!

Grand Canyon West Ranch
City: Mead View
Tel: +1 702 736 8787
Grand Canyon West Ranch is Not Just Another Grand Canyon Hotel... Escape to this exclusive 106,000 acre Guest Ranch at the entrance to Grand Canyon West. This real working ranch provides overnight Pine Cabin and Authentic Indian Tipi stays, along with exciting Grand Canyon activities such as horseback riding and authentic wagon rides on the Old Mormon Trail, plus breathtaking helicopter flights into the Grand Canyon itself! Enjoy true Western hospitality as you unwind with romantic gourmet dining by candlelight in our restaurant and lounge, with live entertainment by authenticAmerican Cowboys!

Grand Canyon West Ranch
City: Meadview
Tel: +1 702 736 8787
Escape to this exclusive 106,000 acre Guest Ranch at the entrance to Grand Canyon West. This real working ranch provides overnight Pine Cabin and Authentic Indian Tipi stays, along with exciting Grand Canyon activities such as horseback riding and authentic wagon rides on the Old Mormon Trail, plus breathtaking helicopter flights into the Grand Canyon itself! Enjoy true Western hospitality as you unwind with romantic gourmet dining by candlelight in our restaurant and lounge, with live entertainment by authentic American Cowboys!

Great West Adventure Co
City: Sedona
Tel: +1 928 204 5506
Great West Adventure Co is located in beautiful Sedona, Arizona. We are dedicated to safety, preservation, education and fun. We are members of Keep Sedona Beautiful and we strive to educate Sedona residents and visitors on the importance of keeping this spectacular area as beautiful, natural and unharmed as possible. We encourage everyone to do their part by respecting wildlife, staying on marked trails, not touching prehistoric ruins, and disposing of waste properly.Great West Adventure Co is the perfect choice for you're Grand Canyon adventure. We will transport you in beautiful, luxury coaches. Ride in comfort while our informative guides take you to the very best lookouts. You won't have any parking hassles and best of all our tours are fun!

Greer Lodge & Cabins
City: Greer
Tel: +1 928 735 7216
Greer Lodge & Cabins is the destination point for many who come to Arizona's majestic and picturesque White Mountains. Our luxurious décor and upscale furnishings as well as newly expanded decks create a memorable environment to compliment any event. Excellent food in the fabulous "373 Grill" Restaurant combined with live music most evenings in the Lounge adds to the Greer Lodge experience. Greer Lodge has the premier Fly-fishing facility in Arizona with its private ponds & private stretch of the Little Colorado River. Simply relax and enjoy our luxurious Spa services. Only 8 miles east of the Sunrise Ski Area Turnoff on Hwy. 260

Grey Hackle Lodge
City: Payson
Tel: +1 928 478 4392
Experience Grey Hackle Lodge - a rustic retreat from hectic city life. Our cabin rentals offer you an escape to the forested high country of Central Arizona. Christopher Creek, nestled under the Mogollon Rim inspires you to enjoy nature at its best. Our delightful cabins, nestled amid majestic ponderosa pines in the heart of the Tonto National Forest recreation area provide you with the opportunity to enjoy it all from your doorstep.Fishing, hiking, mountain biking, bird watching, wildlife watching and cross-country skiing are at your doorstep! Anglers will appreciate our close proximity to area creeks, streams and lakes. Hikers and mountain bikers will delight in the variety of terrain available to test their mettle. Relax - enjoy our crisp mountain air. Cool summer temperatures, magnificent fall foliage, pristine mountain snows or the renewal of spring await you. Cook in or Cook out! We are within walking distance to area restaurants, taverns, Christopher Creek and millions of acres of the Tonto National Forest.Spend evenings star gazing as you roast marshmallows in our courtyard around the fire pit or enjoy the sounds of silence while sitting on your porch. Refresh and renew your soul! Why not make your reservation today? We're a scenic 2 hour drive from Arizona's major cities and airports.

Guest House Inn
City: Ajo
Tel: +1 520 387 6133
The Guest House was originally built in 1925 by Phelps Dodge Corporation to accommodate visiting company officials. The Company spared no expense in furnishing and maintaining the stately guest quarters. After mining operations ceased in Ajo, the house was abandoned until 1988 when it was purchased by the Walker family, longtime Ajo residents. The property has been renovated, refurnished and opened to the public as The Guest House Inn, a Bed & Breakfast establishment.

Hacienda Corona de Guevavi
City: Nogales
Tel: +1 520 287 6503
Come join us at Hacienda Corona de Guevavi Bed & Breakfast, a small, romantic, inn nestled along the banks of the Santa Cruz River in the historic border town of Nogales, Arizona. As a guest at Hacienda Corona, you will enjoy relaxing, swimming, hiking, birding, stargazing and exploring. There are many other diversions to enjoy just minutes away in this spectacular cool, high Sonoran desert setting.Hacienda Corona is especially suited for engagement parties, intimate weddings, anniversaries and all of life's celebrations. It is also ideal for family or corporate retreats, seminars and artist's workshops, and other small group meetings.

Hacienda de la Mariposa
City: Camp Verde
Tel: +1 928 567 1490
"Come experience a magical blend of festive Old Mexico within a lush 5-acre oasis nestled on beautiful Beaver Creek. Luxurious rooms, scrumptious creekside breakfasts.'

Hacienda del Desierto Bed & Breakfast
City: Tucson
Tel: +1 520 298 1764
Enjoy the flavor of an old Spanish hacienda in a peaceful, secluded desert setting with mountain views attractive to nature lovers and romantics. Located on 16 acres, the Hacienda is within walking distance of Saguaro National Park and major hiking trails yet is only 10 minutes from shopping and restaurants. Many varieties of birds and other wildlife native to the Sonoran Desert plus the romantic old-world setting create the perfect "getaway."

Hacienda del Rey Bed & Breakfast
City: Tucson
Tel: +1 520 579 0425
Hacienda del Rey was built in 1996 and has 5,500 square feet under roof. We are nestled on 4 acres adjacent to open land and close to the Saguaro National Monument West.The Inn is also minutes from Interstate Highway 10...yet with all the tranquility of the beautiful Sonoran Desert abundant with Saguaros, cacti and wildlife.

Hannagan Meadow Lodge
City: Alpine
Tel: +1 928 339 4370
Hannagan Meadow Lodge is "like no other place on Earth!" A wonderfully unique historical property, it is secluded high in the Arizona White Mountains at 9100 feet elevation. Situated in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, the area offers acres of beautiful trees, hundreds of species of wildlife, and unbounded recreational activities in all four seasons.Since 1926, the Lodge has been located on the scenic Coronado Trail, in the wilderness of Arizona's Blue Range Primitive Area. Completely isolated yet readily accessible, the Lodge offers our guests quiet serenity and a peaceful getaway from the hustle of daily life.Guests at the Lodge are quickly enchanted with our perfect mix of rustic surroundings and modern conveniences. Ten authentic log cabins offer families and groups private accommodations, each with fireplace or wood-burning stove, and kitchenette. Eight unique bed-and-breakfast rooms give a more refined comfort with beautiful antique furnishings and private baths. All lodging is very reasonably priced.

Hannagan Meadow Lodge
City: Alpine
Tel: +1 928 428 2225
Historic lodge in continuous operation since 1926 on the gorgeous Coronado Trail. Eight luxurious rooms, private baths, delicious full breakfast. On-site restaurant and general store; unlimited outdoor recreation in the beautiful White Mountains.

Harrah's Ak-Chin
City: Maricopa
Tel: +1 480 802 5000
Harrah's is the place to play, stay and win in Arizona! Play.Eat Drink. Sleep. Repeat. Our resort hotel boasts 146 premier rooms and suites just steps from the action, an exotic pool with a swim-up bar and fitness center.

Havasu Canyon
City: Supai
Tel: +1 928 448 2121
Havasu Canyon is a paradisiacal gorge where turquoise waters cascade into travertine pools and graceful willows and lofty cottonwoods provide shade and greenery in an extraordinary setting of towering red sandstone cliffs beneath a cerulean sky. It is a side branch of the Grand Canyon that was once the home of a prehistoric people but more recently it has been the occupied by the Havasupai for the past 800 years. Seasonal rainfall, melting snow and percolating water are drained by Cataract Creek which rises on Bill Williams Mountain and crosses the Coconino Plateau. The creek wanders across the high plains for about 50 miles before dipping down into the steep sided Cataract Canyon. Except for flash floods, Cataract Creek is usually a mere trickle until it reaches Havasu Springs where an underground river gushes forth to form Havasu Creek. With a steady flow rate of about 28,000 gallons per minute and a heavy concentration of suspended calcium carbonate, the river bed is rapidly lined with limestone that reflects the sunlight and gives the creek its striking blue-green color. The waters plunge over Navajo Falls, Havasu Falls (100ft.), Mooney Falls (200ft.) on the way to the Colorado River about ten miles away from Supai Village.Water is especially precious in a dry and arid land and the Havasupai consider the source of this river to be a sacred place that is intimately associated with the legend of their origin. There are legends, too, of their end for they believe that the Wigleeva, two stone pillars that overlook their village, are guardian spirits and their destruction will signal the demise of the Havasupai.

Havasu Springs Resort
City: Parker
Tel: +1 928 667 3361
Havasu Springs. Named by the Havasupi Indians, this exquisite "land of the blue-green water" rests in the majestic mountain ranges of the mighty Colorado River between the great states of Arizona and California. Here you will discover the finest playground in the sunny Southwest Desert. We invite you to share in the splendor and beauty of this memorable vacation area at the best resort at Lake Havasu.With countless year-round activities, delicious dining, a cozy lounge, an R.V. Park, motels, deluxe apartments and suites, and our latest addition of manufactured housing, Havasu Springs Resort offers the best accommodations for your needs…whether your looking for a family getaway, wanting a romantic escape to nature, or planning a special meeting function.

Heaven Scent Log Cabins
City: Greer
Tel: +1 928 735 7300
At Heaven Scent Log Cabins, you'll find that we've provided nearly everything to ensure your stay in Arizona's White Mountains will be comfortable and enjoyable! If you enjoy the "great outdoors" you won't want to stay anywhere else! You'll see Elk, Deer, ducks, eagles and a variety of other birds and wildlife!Delight in our gorgeous view of "River Reservoir," one of the finest trophy trout lakes in Arizona's White Mountains! Better yet, you're within walking distance of the lake which affords you the opportunity to savor an early morning fishing experience!Plan your cross-country ski or snowshoe excursion on U. S. Forest Service trails nearby! Enjoy fabulous fall colors along with crisp, cool fresh air! In winter, you can even ice fish on the reservoir if you like! Our charming log cabins give you that "mountain" experience! Stores, museums, horseback riding, restaurants and other facilities are conveniently located nearby! You'll enjoy the village of Greer in the beautiful White Mountains of Arizona! At an elevation of 8,600 feet we're an ideal vacation spot.

Heward House at Holbrook Bed & Breakfast
City: Holbrook
Tel: +1 928 524 3411
The Heward House, a 1930's Art Deco, was totally renovated in 1998 and is located on a mesa overlooking the town of Holbrook and Old Route 66. Whether your interest is the Old West, Route 66, the Triassic Period and the Petrified Forest National Park, or Indian Country, you will find that the Heward House will not only supply your needs but also make you feel at home! Relax on one of our balconies or patios and bask in the brilliant hues of our spectacular Arizona sunsets or spend an evening stargazing from the private Jacuzzi garden and then warm yourself by the outside fireplace.A variety of spacious guest rooms, all with private baths and queen size beds, are uniquely decorated with a mixture of traditional and contemporary furnishing and art. Paintings and pottery by area artists resonate with local color and style of the Southwest.

Hidden Hollow Bed and Breakfast
City: Flagstaff
Tel: +1 928 556 0832
Hidden Hollow Bed and Breakfast, located only 75 miles from the Grand Canyon, will draw you into the quiet, soothing beauty of Northern Arizona with its solitude, mountainous terrain, Ponderosa pine forest and striking view of the San Francisco Peaks. The beautiful cedar lodge is luxuriously furnished and tucked into the Coconino National Forest. This unique property offers a place of rest and retreat while being conveniently located only ten minutes from historic downtown Flagstaff.Depending on the season, you will want to enjoy the winding trails that meander through the 36 privately-owned acres, which access miles of national forest trails. These are ideal for hiking, evening walks or mountain biking. For the young-at-heart, there is sand volleyball, a basketball court, play equipment and trampoline, all shaded by century-old Ponderosa pines. The outdoor redwood spa offers beautiful forest views from the deck.

Hidden Meadow Ranch
City: Greer
Tel: +1 928 333 1000
Celebrate the seasons at this luxury guest ranch surrounded by majestic national forest in eastern Arizona's White Mountains. Near the charming and historic town of Greer in Apache County, Hidden Meadow Ranch is an escape from urban life-a luxurious retreat for relaxing in a hammock under the whispering pine trees or enjoying the best activities nature has to offer. For a gourmet dinner or weekend wagon-ride brunch, for a one-night visit or a week at a time, you'll want to stay longer and return often.

Holiday Inn Express Grand Canyon
City: Grand Canyon
Tel: +1 928 638 3000
With our 165 guest rooms plus the Arizona Rooms with 30 one & two bedroom mini-suites, the three-floor Holiday Inn Express Grand Canyon is the perfect home base for enjoying the Grand Canyon. The Holiday Inn Express Grand Canyon is an award-winning hotel that has recently been enhanced with a new indoor pool & spa.Located within one mile of the Grand Canyon National Park south rim entrance, air tours, jeep rides, raft trips and horseback riding can be arranged from the hotel. Dining, hiking and entertainment are within walking distance and free continental breakfast is served from 6:30am to 9:30am.The Arizona Rooms are all uniquely decorated "mini suites" with custom made furniture, 2 TVs, VCR, Refrigerator, Microwave, and coffee maker in each room. There are also two 2 bedroom Kid's Suites available in the main hotel.This hotel is independently owned and operated by TYM Ltd.

Holiday Inn Flagstaff
City: Flagstaff
Tel: +1 928 714 1000
The Holiday Inn, Flagstaff hotel in Flagstaff, AZ is a Pet Friendly Flagstaff hotel lodging offering luxury accommodation & meeting / wedding facility near Flagstaff Airport. Our Holiday Inn, Flagstaff hotel is a full service property with superior amenities, cheerful surroundings and luxurious accommodations that will make you feel right at home. Whether you're on business or on vacation, or whether you are looking for luxury or the best value, The Holiday Inn Flagstaff hotel has every good reason to make your stay unique…fascinating & memorable!Our Flagstaff hotel is the ideal and convenient weekend choice for people traveling to the ravishing ……… Arizona Snow bowl, Grand Canyon, Sedona's red rocks, and a string of renowned breath taking Arizona monuments Flagstaff Hotel Distinctive Location … Our Flagstaff AZ hotel with a zestful line up of nearby attractions is located just 15 miles from the San Francisco Peaks featuring the famous Arizona Snow Bowl & an endless list of local / nearby attractions that Flagstaff holds under its cool pines...To name a few, our Flagstaff AZ hotel is conveniently located near Sedona, meteor crater, northern Arizona university, petrified forest & the painted desert, museums, parks, restaurants, eventful golf courses.

Hotel Brunswick
City: Kingman
Tel: +1 928 718 1800
The state of Arizona attracts millions of visitors year round from all over the world. The wonders of the Grand Canyon, the majestic mountains, Indian ruins, ghost towns, river rafting, horseback riding and cattle drives are but a few of Arizona's enticements.In Kingman, we at the Hotel Brunswick warmly bid you welcome to our part of Arizona and the American West. Should you find yourself, on Historic Route 66, Interstate Hwy 40 or Hwy 93 or 95, plan to overnight at the Brunswick where you will be assured of a "safe haven" for the night, in our historical boutique hotel.Step into the Hotel Brunswick lobby and go back through the years to the early 1900's. Relive this nostalgic era as you find yourself surrounded by furnishing and décor of that era. Local architect, Joan Dilly, was able to preserve much of the hotel's original structure.With thirty-five years in the hospitality industry, Mr. Guedon caters to his guests, in keeping with the hotel's reputation of years past, providing quality services in both accommodation and dining.

Hotel La More/The Bsibee Inn
City: Bisbee
Tel: +1 520 432 5131
In 1982 the old hotel underwent a Certified Historic Restoration, becoming The Bisbee Inn bed and breakfast. When it changed hands in 1996 and a new round of renovations took place. Period carpeting and additional antique furniture complement the original oak dressers. The walls have been decorated with old maps, photos and other pictures reflecting the hotel's early days and times and sixteen rooms were remodeled to include private baths. Again under new (feminine) ownership, Hotel La More continues to offer clean, quaint, cozy rooms and breakfast is still included within the price of the room.Designated by Tucson Lifestyle magazine as "one of the most romantic getaways in Arizona," Hotel La More/The Bisbee Inn was also voted "Best Bed and Breakfast" for two years running in the "Best of Bisbee" contested hosted by the Bisbee News. It remains the second largest hostelry in Bisbee.

Iguana Mack's
City: Chandler
Tel: +1 480 899 6735
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Indian Hill Bed & Breakfast
City: Tucson
Tel: +1 520 760 4200
Experience the unique Sonoran Desert at your doorstep on four lush acres in northeast Tucson. Named after its locale, the newly opened Indian Hill Bed & Breakfast is a hacienda-style residence offering guests lodging in four beautifully appointed rooms. The B & B is located in a mountain-framed, peaceful and secluded location, amid an abundance of native cacti and trees. Indian Hill Bed & Breakfast serves a full breakfast daily between 7:00

Inn at Rancho Sonora
City: Florence
Tel: +1 520 868 8000
The Inn at Rancho Sonora is an original 1930's adobe guest ranch with private entrances and baths recently renovated to accommodate overnight visitors searching for lodging in an authentic Southwestern atmosphere.Each guest room has been completely renovated and decorated with a different motif ranging from Western cowboy to traditional. The new owners have preserved the original concept while including televisions, mission tiled baths, locally handcrafted beds, luxurious linens, new dual-paned windows and individual heating and air conditioning. Guests ranging from cowboys to urbanites, winter visitors to locals, will feel comfortably at ease in this rustic, but elegant environment. Rancho Sonora is privately located amidst towering saguaro cactus and native vegetation of the Sonoran Desert, as well as unique cactus and plantings brought in from outlying areas. Visitors will discover resident cottontails, quail and numerous birds as they stroll the grounds. The renowned Arizona sunsets are a spectacle in themselves, but evening may also bring sightings of javelina, coyotes, enormous owls and other nocturnal creatures. As in days of old, the enclosed mission-like courtyard keeps any unwelcome guests a safe distance away.

Inter Tribal Council of Arizona Inc
City: Phoenix
Tel: +1 602 258 4822
The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona was established in 1952 to provide a united voice for tribal governments located in the State of Arizona to address common issues of concerns. On July 9, 1975, the council established a private, non-profit corporation, Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc.(ITCA), under the laws of the State of Arizona to promote Indian self-reliance through public policy development. ITCA provides an independent capacity to obtain, analyze and disseminate information vital to Indian community self-development.


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