Discover the best of the Old West at this luxurious bed and breakfast.
Said to have once been a stagecoach stop for Southwestern travelers of a bygone era, this Sonoran-style house has been re-imagined into The Armory Park Inn, a living piece of Tucson, Arizona's history.
A stay so local that it seems like part of the landscape itself.
Step back in time and experience the allure of the Wild West at this revamped bed and breakfast. Originally built in 1875 and expanded over the years, this luxury abode boasts 22-inch thick adobe walls and 18-foot ceilings adorned with rustic saguaro rib and wooden vigas. The zaguan-style entrance continues to welcome weary travelers, just as it did nearly 150 years ago.
A timeless Tucson oasis.
Every room at The Armory Park Inn is a bastion of comfort, featuring plush bedding, hand-tufted cashmere and cotton mattresses, and luxurious linens, bathrobes, and slippers. But more than just a cozy stay, these charming accommodations provide an intimately Southwestern experience by paying homage to a different significant figure of Tucson's history in each room. The Armory Park Inn also provides a small, well-equipped gym and complimentary cruiser bikes to explore "The Old Pueblo'' on two wheels. And upon returning, you can enjoy the cool Arizona evening by the stone fire pit on the outdoor patio.
Every morning The Armory Park Inn provides its guests with a complimentary gourmet breakfast fit for royalty. The three-course breakfast includes freshly baked scones and bread, breakfast meats, seasonal fruits, and regionally inspired dishes with the finest locally sourced ingredients. Savor your breakfast in the elegant dining areas or the comfort and privacy of your room. And don't forget the evening "Armory Hour," which features complimentary beer, wine, and hor d'oeuvres, making it the perfect way to unwind and relax after a full day of exploring. And if you go out looking for even more delicious fare, you'll be just steps away from the best restaurants the city has to offer. Tucson is a UNESCO-recognized City of Gastronomy, with food that tells a story going back 4,000 years, so each bite provides an experience you won't find anywhere else.