If you’re traveling to Arizona, taking a photo of Grand Canyon National Park’s incredible landscape is surely on top of your list of things to do. However, there are more activities you can only do in the 48th state, from outdoor sports to culinary adventures. Start off with hiking in the Grand Canyon, then riding a raft down the waters of the great Colorado River. You can also hunt for gold in the legendary Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine, or be transported to “Mars” by visiting the red rock formations of Sedona. After a day full of exhilarating adventures, dine at one of Arizona’s award-winning restaurants. In terms of a place to stay, there are plenty of hotels to choose from. For recommendations, check out the unique hotels in Arizona, USA.
Another luxurious hotel with structures made from adobe materials, Adobe Grand Villas is a great option if you plan to stay at Sedona. Each of the hotel’s beautiful villa has a private entrance and a balcony where guests can enjoy the beautiful desert sunset. If you’re a bread lover, you’re in luck because the hotel offers freshly baked goods for new arrivals. On chilly nights, enjoy your private room’s fireplace with a glass of Arizona wine.
Sanctuary Camelback Mountain is a resort and spa offering guests luxurious accommodations. It’s your sanctuary in Scottsdale where you get to relax in the outdoor pool while enjoying a sip or two of a refreshing drink. The rooms here have en-suite bathrooms and are equipped with free Wi-Fi, seating areas with work desks, and flat-screen cable TVs. There’s a restaurant on site that offers special diet and kid’s menus. After getting proper rest, head out to Old Town Scottsdale which is just a 10-minute drive from the hotel.
There’s nothing more enchanting than staying in a hotel rich with historical value. Located in downtown Tucson, Hotel Congress is the town’s most unique property. It features rooms accentuated by vintage items and equipped with basic amenities. Built in 1919, Hotel Congress is a cultural landmark updated with an urban vibe for every guest’s comfort. WiFi available but the hotel has intentionally chosen not to put a television in each room so guests can concentrate on enjoying the hotel’s vintage vibe. If you’re in need of something to do, explore Tucson instead. Tucson Museum of Art is only 0.8 km (0.5 mi) away and Thunder Canyon Brewery Restaurant & Pub is only at 0.2 km (0.1 mi).
4. Jerome Grand Hotel
Visit the National Historic Landmark of Jerome and stay at one of the town’s historic properties, Jerome Grand Hotel. This hotel is located at the foot of Cleopatra Hill, providing guests with a great view of Verde Valley. Be enchanted by the hotel’s history as you use their original 1926 Otis elevator and keep yourself warm with its 1926 Kewanee Boiler. The antique furnishings throughout the hotel is great for travelers who want to have a glimpse of the olden days. The hotel also provides discounts for seniors, first responders, and military personnels.
Jerome Grand Hotel
Address: P. O. Box H, 200 Hill Street, Jerome, Arizona 86331
Price: from 165 USD
Star Rating: 4.7
This trendy property, which is located in Phoenix, is great for travelers who want to stay in a hotel with a hip atmosphere. It is just a two-minute walk from ASU Campus, making it an ideal option for parents visiting their children or students on break. Spend a day of fun in the sun with the hotel’s outdoor pool or marvel at the beautiful view from the sun terrace. There is also a games room to keep you entertained on lazy days.
MOXY Phoenix Tempe/ASU Area
Address: 1333 South Rural Road
Terrace 24-hour front desk Express check-in/check-out Staff follow all safety protocols as directed by local authorities Contactless check-in/check-out Non-smoking throughout Outdoor pool (all year) Screens or physical barriers placed between staff and guests in appropriate areas
Rancho De La Osa is one of Arizona’s most popular guesthouses and was chosen by icons such as Pancho Villa and US presidents as their temporary home. If you’re a Gone with the Wind fan, you will be excited to stay in the room where its author Margaret Mitchell stayed. While here, you can go on a horseback ride while exploring the ranch. Afterward, you can cool off in the property’s outdoor pool. Despite its vintage look, the rooms here are equipped with fireplaces, guest bathrobes, hairdryers, and ample seating area. Free WiFi is also available.
Letson Loft Hotel offers the utmost privacy with its eight rooms and at the same time, giving guests a chance to socialize with fellow travelers in the shared kitchen. Each room comes with a seating area, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, and a private bathroom. There’s also a terrace, in case you just want to unwind after a long day. If you plan to cook your meals, you can purchase fresh produce at Bisbee Farmers Market which is only a seven-minute drive from this hotel.
Be right in the heart of the action by staying at El Portal Sedona Hotel. Red Rock State Park is only a 20-minute drive while Slide Rock State Park is just a 10-minute drive from the hotel. If you don’t want to miss out on the Grand Canyon, drive for 1 hour and 40 minutes and you will reach Arizona’s most popular landscape. You will love the rooms here that come with a balcony, a fireplace, and an en-suite bathroom. For relaxation, this hotel has a swimming and steam room. Fur babies are allowed, and the staff is also willing to provide you with a pet basket.
Established in 1928, Hotel San Carlos is a historic property conveniently located in downtown Phoenix’s financial district. During the 1920s, it was the first high-rise hotel in the city to have air-conditioning and hand-operated elevator facilities. The hotel is able to maintain its rich history as evident in every corner of the building while giving guests the comfort of modern-day living. The hotel’s 128 accommodations offer free WiFi access as well as 4 complimentary HBO channels. A coffee lover? Make use of your room’s coffee maker and brew the complimentary gourmet coffee.
Hotel San Carlos
Address: 202 North Central Avenue, Downtown Phoenix, Phoenix (AZ), United States, 85004
Nestled in the foothills of Camelback Mountain, this 1930s structure was originally created by artist Lon Megargee as a private escape. Up until now, Lon Megargee’s original artworks are still hanging on the walls, completing the hotel’s rustic vibe. The hotel is conveniently located just 15 minutes from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, perfect for business travelers who don’t want to be late for their flight. If you want to relax after a long day, head to the wellness center that features a hot tub and offers couples massage.
Experience Arizona and its unique beauty
Everywhere you go in Arizona, it is with certainty that you will experience something unique. Enhance your one-of-a-kind experience by staying at one of the unique hotels scattered all over the state.
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