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6 Amazing Places To Stay Overnight In Arizona Without Breaking The Bank Arizona

While travelling is tons of fun, it can also sometimes be stressful arranging flights, hotel stays, and daily meals. Sometimes, it might be tempting to check into the familiar chain hotel that is closest to the airport. But, not only do you not get to immerse yourself in the culture of the area, but a weeks stay at some well-known hotels might cost you an arm and a leg, too. Instead why not check out these local accommodations that come at an awesome price, with no extra charge for their unique Arizona character! If you’ll be visiting Arizona near Tucson, you’re practically guaranteed an awesome stay with any of these six options! Not staying near Tucson? No worries! Be sure to check out this article for some options in other areas!

#1 The Inns at El Rancho Merlita

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Located in Tucson, Arizona, these Inns are part of the historic Merle Norman Estate. Between the ranch house and the guest house, there are two bed and breakfast suites and six rooms to choose from. No matter which room you pick, you’re sure to be delighted by unique architecture like wooden and beamed ceilings. The Inn’s location means that no matter which direction you turn, you’ll be offered a breathtaking view of desert gardens or mountains in the distance. Breathe in the fresh air as you explore the peaceful grounds, considering whether to go biking, hiking, skiing, or golfing. Why not schedule a yoga class or a massage, or go for a dip in the pool? Regardless of what you decide to do each day, each evening you can look forward to a great night’s rest on comfy Egyptian cotton bedding. Each morning there is plenty of hot signature El Rancho Merlita coffee, and a tempting breakfast featuring local artisan food crafters. Unbelievably, rates at this awesome location start at only $99!

Website: http://ranchomerlita.com/

#2 The Big Blue House Inn

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144university.com

Centrally located at 144 East University Boulevard in Tucson near the University of Arizona, this Inn has been restored to showcase it’s original 1899 historic design. The Big Blue House Inn offers six suites: Zen, Hemingway Traveler, The Morning Room, Two Room Suite, Uncle Duke’s Room, and Elegant Deco. On their website, you can explore the unique themes and amenities that each room has to offer guests! For example, the Hemingway Traveler room is decorated with pieces collected from all across the world, and the Morning Room is such named because it’s windows and porch face the east, meaning that they are flooded with brilliant Arizona sunshine each morning. If you can bring yourself to leave your gorgeous room, there’s also a delicious breakfast to be had each morning in the Breakfast Cottage. You can expect fresh country cooking and hot Old Bisbee Coffee to get you fueled up for the day. Rates here begin at only $120 per night, and they often offer promotions that will get you a significant discount!

Website: http://144university.com/

#3 The Suncatcher Fine Country Inn

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The Suncatcher Fine Country Inn lies on a private, five acre estate in Tucson. It’s clear that they know the true meaning of hospitality here, because they’ve received several awards including “Best Bed and Breakfast in the Southwest” and “One of North America’s Top Country Inns.” Their location is beyond compare, offering views of the Santa Catalina Mountains to the north, the Rincon Mountains to the east, and the Tucson Mountains to the west. Feel free to relax and enjoy the view, or explore the estate and all it has to offer. The desert gardens and equestrian facilities are definitely worth checking out, and you absolutely can’t miss the private zoo! There you can make friends with the resident zebra, micro-miniature horse, African goats, Vietnamese potbelly pig, mustang, and many other friendly animals. You’ll be in great hands if you choose to stay with this crew who has plenty of experience with hospitality. Rates here start at just $125!

Website: http://suncatchertucson.com/

#4 Paca de Paja Bed and Breakfast

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Stay at this bed and breakfast in Tucson and you’ll have an experience unlike any other. You can absolutely guarantee that you will be the host’s number one priority, because this bed and breakfast has only a single guest suite. Named the “Best Eco-friendly B&B in the State” in Arizona Highways’ Best of Arizona – 100 Favorite Places, this b&b is a solar straw bale home. Richly decorated, you’ll find details like Talavera pottery, Southwest Indian art, Antiguo tiles, and Navajo rugs around each turn. The wooden doors are handcrafted, and the rooms are filled with Mexican hand-carved furnishings. The secluded location means that you can enjoy unobstructed views of the desert, plenty of fresh air, and a peaceful atmosphere. Be sure to take advantage of the dark skies to do some breathtaking stargazing or borrow a mountain bike and explore the area nearby. Stay here for as little as $114 a night.

Website: http://pacadepaja.com/

#5 Bed and Bagels

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This unique bed and breakfast in Tucson is run by psychologist Sharon Arkin. Her approach to hospitality is one that strives to make her establishment truly feel like a home away from home. Unlike many accommodations, Bed and Bagels understands that pets are often part of the family, and welcomes them with open arms. Another one of the awesome highlights of this accommodation is the delicious breakfast served each morning. Whether you enjoy sitting down to devour a hearty first meal of the day, or prefer to grab something tasty and nutritious before getting an early start, they’ve got you covered here! Sharon is nearly always around to give out helpful tips on nearby activities, like hiking, bird watching, or exploring Saguaro East National Park. Stay here for as little as $90 a night and you’ll even find homemade cookies in your room when you arrive!

Website: http://www.bedandbagels.com/

#6 Mon Ami Bed and Breakfast

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Just as their French name translates, the Mon Ami Bed and Breakfast always welcomes guests as friends. If you’re looking for the perfect central location, you’ve found it! Secluded enough to allow you unspoiled views of the desert and calm, quiet air, they are also quite close to all of the awesome activities that Tucson has to offer. Endless opportunities for shopping and dining are never far away. Pat Sparks is the host at this establishment, and, coincidentally, also an award winning french chef. You won’t forget the delicious meals she prepares here daily for guests! Stay in gorgeous suites with names like La Vie en Rose or Petite Cottage beginning at just $120 per night.

Website: http://www.monamibandb.com/

Cheyenne Reed

Cheyenne Reed was born and raised in Ohio. She recently relocated to rural Wyoming to try out working at an exclusive guest ranch. She graduated from Kent State University with an English degree, and most enjoys writing about travel. If she has free time, you may run into her anywhere, because she is always itching to explore new places. Her personal motto is, "Any day can be an adventure if you make it one!"

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