Built in 1878, this Victorian adobe home has been beautifully restored and features large rooms, antiques, and walled patios. Check-in is by appointment.
Smoke free premises. 6 units. 1 story, interior corridors.
I-10 exit 258 (Broadway Blvd/Congress St), 1 mi e to Scott Ave, then just s. 204 S Scott Ave 85701.
Dining & Entertainment
Available on premises
no phones, refrigerators, wireless Internet. Some: safes.
Sports & Recreation
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 6 guests
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Pros: From the moment we arrived until we left, Glen and Susan made us feel like family. We were in Tucson to attend a family member's funeral, so the environment needed to be peaceful, which was exactly what we experienced. Having Glen and Susan assist with excellent choices for dining and a fabulous gourmet breakfast made our stay perfect. Lots of laughter and visiting with the other guests was like a soothing balm which is what we needed. We highly recommend the Royal Elizabeth!
Pros: The ambiance, the hosts, the food and,at least in my particular experience, the other guests created an atmosphere of relaxed conviviality and transported me into early twentieth century Tucson in a home with thick adobe walls belying an interior of carved wood and stained glass elegance. The B&B was near the theater and arts district with several good, local, (not chain), restaurants nearby.
Pros: Quiet location very close to the centre and fantastic restaurants and bars. Wonderful breakfasts and great service from innkeepers Glenn and Sue.