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The Hermosa Inn, first opened in 1936, has the kind of history that a cowboy keeps under his hat. Full review →
Villas as big as private homes and individually decorated casitas hold an enviable collection of Western art. Full review →
This luxurious boutique hideaway is one of the few hotels in the Valley to offer any Old Arizona atmosphere. Full review →
Renovated and restored as a luxury boutique resort, it recalls with comfort and convenience the authentic southwestern Arizona atmosphere from that earlier era. Full review →
The 34 rooms and casitas give off soothing vibes thanks to Spanish Colonial decor that makes perfect use of color and proportion. Full review →
Hermosa Inn is an intimate, romantic southwestern retreat, with 34 casita-style rooms on six sprawling acres, surrounded by cacti and flowering plants. Full review →For wine lovers, Hermosa Inn has been regularly recognized by Wine Spectator; ask for a tour of the extensive wine cellar.
1930s guest ranch, set in desert gardens halfway between Phoenix and Scottsdale in Paradise Valley, that's been converted into a tranquil 35-room boutique hotel.
This historic boutique hotel, originally built by famous cowboy artist Alonzo 'Lon' Megargee in the 1930s, is a luxurious hideaway with rustic southwest charm. Full review →
Well-heeled travelers have heard of the Royal Palms, but this inn—a smaller, equally charming spot—is just under the radar. Full review →The manager is an avid golfer, so be sure to ask for advice on courses; he’ll be happy to reserve you a round.
Set on six acres in the quiet residential community of Paradise Valley, this luxury boutique property is built around the 1930s adobe home of cowboy artist Lon Megargee.
With more sunshine and more wide-open space than Phoenicians know what to do with, Arizona has long been a treasure chest full of sparkling resorts eager to accommodate. The experts can help you find the best. Read more →
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