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Casa de San Pedro Bed & Breakfast

Hereford, Arizona, United States
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The Casa de San Pedro has been a destination bed and breakfast for birders and nature lovers since 1996. Come and be part of its history! ... more

  • Property Size: 10 units
  • Open Dates: Open Year Round
  • Nearby City: Hereford
  • Nearby Water: San Pedro River
  • Conference Facility: No
  • Restaurant Onsite: No
  • Pets Allowed: No
  • Kids Allowed: No

Vacation Type(s): Ecotourism, Historical, Holiday, Luxury, Nature, Romantic

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Miraval

Tucson, Arizona, United States
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Miraval offers more than just on-site experiences. This year, they offer excursions to Peru that let you explore the historical treasure that is Machu Picchu, the streets of Lima, and much more. Add some international flair to your Arizona getaway. These historical sites are waiting for you!... more

  • Property Size: 117 units
  • Open Dates: Open Year Round
  • Nearby City: Tuscon
  • Nearby Water: N/A
  • Conference Facility: No
  • Restaurant Onsite: No
  • Pets Allowed: No
  • Kids Allowed: Yes

Vacation Type(s): Conference and Meeting, Family Reunion, Golf, Health, Historical, Honeymoon, Luxury, Romantic, Spa

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Hotel Congress

Tucson, Arizona, United States
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From $59
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The Hotel Congress was added to the National Historic Register in 2003, and its history is as rich as the community surrounding it! It may be most famous as the hideout of the Dillinger Gang, and the place of their capture in 1934 during a fire in the building. And keep your eyes peeled for ghosts!... more

  • Property Size: 40 units
  • Open Dates: Open Year Round
  • Nearby City: Tucson
  • Nearby Water: N/A
  • Conference Facility: No
  • Restaurant Onsite: Yes
  • Pets Allowed: Yes
  • Kids Allowed: Yes

Vacation Type(s): Historical, Pet Friendly

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Arizona Inn

South Tucson, Arizona, United States
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From $149
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The Arizona Inn was built in the 1930s by Arizona's first Congresswoman to create a demand for furniture in the Depression Era; it is still family owned and operated. Each room is uniquely and tastefully decorated with these custom pieces and additional modern amenities.... more

  • Property Size: 86 units
  • Open Dates: Open Year Round
  • Nearby City: Tucson
  • Nearby Water: N/A
  • Conference Facility: No
  • Restaurant Onsite: Yes
  • Pets Allowed: No
  • Kids Allowed: Yes

Vacation Type(s): Historical, Luxury, Romantic

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