Hampton Inn Sierra Vista
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Sierra Vista
Travel Blogs from Sierra Vista
... work in progress," we drove to "The German Restaurant" to celebrate a bit. The food was good, but I do have to say that the Schnitzel I had wasn't up to the one I had back in the day when I was living in Berlin. It was good though and the others’ meals were great.
Rob and Delayne told us about a few new places to see, so we'll head out tomorrow and check them out. I'll add that adventure to this one and post it soon. A ...
We checked into Butterfield RV Park in Benson AZ yesterday. It's a nice park with trees and concrete pads. There is also a train that runs all night and blows its horn on the hour. Pete was awake the first night and I was awake the second. Jim and Cindi came to see us from Sierra Vista and had lunch at the HB. We convinced them they needed to be in Atlanta for graduation. Had a nice visit. Today we drove to Tombstone, a tourist western town with gunfights and horse ...
... campground that gives campers a great vantage point.
While we walked around the lake, we were a little more alert than usual. There were recent sightings of bear in the area, as well as warnings that this area is Puma territory! Oh no....where's my bear/lion attack dog when I need him?
The landscape in this part of Arizona looks decidedly different from what we've traveled through recently. ...
... the dogs (her and ours) apart as the two large males (Huckleberry and Tyr) seem to not get along.
We continue to eat and drink well. We are enjoying the wines we found along the way. Today we have no plans bugs but to relax. David will clean the bugs off the windshield. The windshield shade and window tinting does seem to help keep the RV comfortable.
... inside the caverns. After the state placed low density lighting in the caves, kept the visitors away from the water source which is needed for caverns that are live, placed thick doors so oxygen didn’t get into the caves and built the walkways so no vandalism could be done the park was opened to the public in 1999. Can you imagine the State of Rhode Island trying to keep this a secret? Some big wigs in ...