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Historical Traveler Reviews Royal Elizabeth Bed and Breakfast Inn Tucson
This was our second visit to the charming Royal Elizabeth and we were thrilled with the encore stay. Ever-welcoming hosts Jeff and Chuck outdid themselves with their hospitality and breakfast treats -- special on the menu this time was a fruit gazpacho, sausage wrapped in artichoke one day (and apple the next) and heavenly juices.
I stayed at the Royal Elizabeth Inn while on a business trip to Tucson. The central location, the beauty of the house and gardens, and the warmth of the innkeepers made my stay very enjoyable.
What a delightful way to spend a holiday! Nestled in downtown Tucson and so close to all the cultural attractions, artisans and fun shops frequented by the university set, the Royal Elizabeth was the perfect destination for us after a tougher than usual winter. Our treat started on arrival, as your eyes watered in seeing the period furniture in the foyer, sitting room and dining room. Each bedroom has a special and unique characrer, a charm that is at once warm but excting. And of course, we met all the other guests in the kitchen around the island, and were soon sipping wine from the rack! There is also a TV/stereo room, but we never used it - too much else to do!
A warm and wonderful visit to downtown Tucson -- Innkeepers Chuck and Jeff were perfect hosts who kept us comfortable (beautiful rooms, bath, pool and library area), well fed (incredible breakfasts and treats) and informed (great suggestions for dinner and browsing). We travel to many inns, and rank the service, accomodations and food here at beautiful Royal Elizabeth tops.
We want to let you know about what a wonderful place we stayed this past week. The Royal Elizabeth was the best B&B we have ever stayed in. The breakfast was different each day, and very delicious, the rooms were very large and beautifully decorated, the pool area was a delightful area to gather in the evenings, and there was a very nice warm living area to have coffee and read the paper in the mornings. There was a room for every need. The most delightful part of this place was our hosts, Chuck and Jeff. They saw to our every need and surprised us with amenities we hadn't even thought of. They made all our golf arrangements as well as our dining reservations, which were made well in advance where all we had to do was walk a block or two and have a great meal. We came away with a new set of friends and a place we will definitely return to even if we don't need to be in Tucson for business.
Beautiful, friendly B&B loaded with amenities
We cannot have enjoyed a better stay at this magnificent 1870s mansion in the middle of downtown Tucson. Its six charming rooms are meticulously decorated and filled with antique furniture, its bathrooms are spacious and pristine, and the central space enchants with couches, fireplace, and dazzling woodworking.
In this hidden architectural gem, its proprietors have set up a friendly, low-key, our-house-is-your-house B&B with a multitude of amenities to entice everyone from couples to families: pool/jacuzzi, wi-fi, cable, wine exchange, New York Times, afternoon brownies, et al. Our favorite was the delicious, two-course gourmet breakfast.
We have stayed at many a Bed & Breakfast and The Royal Elizabeth is our favorite. Chuck and Jeff are warm, friendly, and make you feel like family. The rooms are beautiful and well appointed. Great breakfasts!
Eric and Patricia
Don't miss this inn
My husband and I stayed at the Royal Elizabeth for a few days while on our way to SE Arizona. I didn't want to leave. The relatively new owners, Jeff and Chuck, spoiled us with kindness, spot-on recommendations, surprise afternoon treats, and breakfasts so wonderful they drew applause one morning. I appreciated the ever present carafe of delicious coffee in the dining room, the fire and newspapers in the drawing room, and the available laptop and wireless access. The inn is worth seeing for its fretwork alone. Our room was airy, lovely (good sheets, too!), and opened on to the pool and jacuzzi, which we used late one cool evening in the rain. It is apparent these hosts love and know what they are doing.
A fantastic inn in the downtown area
If you're looking for an centrally located inn with exceptional service and food, the Royal Elizabeth is the perfect place for you. My wife and I just spent a most enjoyable week there. The inn itself is beautiful and well-appointed. Each room has lots of tasteful character. The innkeepers, Jack and Robert, are very personable, and a well-prepared and creative breakfast is a highlight of each day. The inn's central location allows you to conveniently head out in any direction for your day trip. Also, there are at least five excellent restaurants within walking distance for dinner -- Barrio, Poca Cosa, El Charro, Cushing Street Grill, and Cup Cafe. With a swimming pool and hot tub out back, you've got everything you need!
Royal Elizabeth Bed and Breakfast
Recently my wife and I had the pleasure of staying several days at the Royal Elizabeth Bed & Breakfast Inn located in Tucson, AZ. The Inn Keepers (Jack Nance and Robert Ogden) were wonderful hosts and catered to our every need. The atmosphere, accomodations, food, ambiance, etc. of their Inn was exceptional! They both truly opened up their Inn to us and we felt like family members the minute we arrived. If anyone is looking for an exception Tucson Inn that offers privacy and exceptional accomodations, please consider our high recommendation for the Royal Elizabeth Bed and Breakfast Inn! You will have a very enjoyable and memorable experience!