Check into one of these romantic inns, lodges and B&Bs for a relaxing weekend of delicious food, great scenery, unique activities and welcoming accommodations. Drive north to admire the red rocks that surround Sedona or head south to explore the attractions in and around Tucson on your romantic weekend getaway from Phoenix.
1.Canyon Villa Bed & Breakfast Inn
© Canyon Villa Bed & Breakfast Inn
A stay at Canyon Villa Bed and Breakfast Inn gives guest’s a front and center seat for breathtaking views of Sedona’s famous Red Rocks. All but one of the 11 guestrooms are specifically designed for optimal viewing of the area’s majesty. The grounds of this Bed and Breakfast boast lovely, environmentally appropriate gardens and a solar heated pool is available to guests in the warm months.
The Canyon Villa is specifically known for its homemade cinnamon rolls that are available to guests each morning in the kitchen. These are just a small part of a 3-course gourmet breakfast which also includes fresh juices, fruit plate or parfaits and the entrée of the day. Things to Do in Sedona
40 Canyon Circle Drive, Sedona, AZ 86351, Phone: 928-284-1226
Visitors to the Scottsdale area looking for a unique and interesting place to stay cannot miss with the Bespoke Inn. Located in the Arts District in the heart of Downtown Scottsdale, this boutique inn is a combination of a luxury resort and an intimate bed & breakfast, which also happens to be bicycle-friendly.
Each of the four guest rooms is unique in décor and features king or queen size beds, a private patio and private bathroom. The grounds of the Bespoke boast a rooftop garden and 43-foot-long infinity lap pool. Bicycles are available to guests for exploring the old town of Scottsdale. Things to Do in Scottsdale
3701 N Marshall Way, Scottsdale, AZ 85251, Phone: 480-664-0730
3.Royal Elizabeth Bed and Breakfast Inn
The Royal Elizabeth is a historic Tucson mansion that combines gorgeous Victorian woodwork and classic Arizona adobe architecture. The inn’s extra-large guest rooms are decorated in a Victorian style with modern amenities such as satellite television, plush bathrobes, spa toiletries and wireless Internet.
A delicious, gourmet breakfast featuring fresh locally-grown ingredients is served each morning. “The Liz” is ideally located in the historic downtown district of Tucson, and is close to restaurants, shopping, theaters and historic landmarks. Scenic areas such as Kartchner Caverns State Park, Coronado National Forest, and the historic city of Tombstone are all within driving distance. Things to Do in Tucson
204 S. Scott Ave, Tucson, AZ 85701, Phone: 520-670-9022 or 877-670-9022
© Creekside Inn
Located very close to the heart of Sedona, the Creekside Inn maintains a restful, relaxed atmosphere nestled up to a beautiful creek. Located on 3 tree-shaded acres, the Inn provides guests with a park-like setting while still being convenient to the center of the village.
The Inn is intimately sized and offers seven uniquely decorated rooms with individual amenities. For additional romance, couples may wish to enjoy a candlelight dinner, which can be set up in their room or in the dining room at the Creekside Inn. The innkeepers will provide fresh flowers on the table and romantic music, and the dinner includes salad, entrée and a chef’s choice desert.
99 Copper Cliffs Dr, Sedona, AZ 86336, Phone: 800-390-8621
5.Cozy Cactus Bed and Breakfast
The Cozy Cactus Bed and Breakfast is located in picturesque Sedona with views of Bell Rock, Courthouse Butte, Lee’s Mountain and Castle Rock. This B&B has a large patio and breezeway that looks out over the Coconino National Forest and is a great jumping off point for the miles of hiking and biking paths that are just outside the back gate.
The inn features a one-bedroom suite, two-bedroom condo suites and two comfortable standard guest rooms. All suites and guest rooms feature private entrances and baths, flat screen televisions and kitchenettes. A 3-course breakfast is served daily which includes homemade muffins by the self-professed “muffin-czar.”
80 Canyon Cir Dr, Sedona, AZ 86351, Phone: 800-788-2082
6.The Inn at 410
For visitors looking to infuse their trip with a bit of history, there is the Inn at 410. Built in 1894, this home is steeped in the history of the West and Arizona. The grounds include a gazebo and perennial gardens where summer guests can enjoy afternoon iced tea or morning breakfast.
The inn offers 10 guest rooms and suites, all with a private bath, fireplace, mini-fridge and individual heat and air conditioning controls. All guests can enjoy afternoon refreshments including homemade cookies, trail mix, hot cider or lemonade, and a generous complimentary bar. A gourmet breakfast is served daily in the dining room.
410 Leroux St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001, Phone: 800-774-2008
7.Alma de Sedona Bed & Breakfast Inn
Alma de Sedona Bed & Breakfast Inn is situated in the Red Rocks, offering spectacular views from each guest room. All 12 rooms include a patio or balcony so guests may enjoy the views of Thunder Mountain, Chimney Rock, Coffee Pot Rock and Airport Mesa. Each suite includes a king size bed, triple sheeting, gas fireplace, a private bath with a two person jetted tub, plush robes, flat screen TV and Wi-Fi.
Breakfast is a gourmet full two-course meal served fresh each morning. In the afternoon, raspberry lemonade, unsweetened mint iced tea and homemade cookies are served. The innkeeper’s will provide personalized concierge services for guests wishing to explore Sedona and the surrounding area.
50 Hozoni Dr, Sedona, AZ 86336, Phone: 800-923-2282
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8.Prescott Pines Inn
The 11 guest rooms of the Prescott Pines Inn are designed to maximize guest’s enjoyment of this unique Wild West bed and breakfast. The Inn is situated minutes from downtown Prescott, Arizona and the historic Whiskey Row. Nestled at the edge of Prescott National Forest, guests will find the Inn a perfect place to relax on the porch or patio under centuries-old shade trees and enjoy a deep peace and quiet.
Each guest room offers private porch entries and bathrooms, and several rooms offer fireplaces and kitchenettes. Breakfast is a highlight for guests and includes juices, coffee or tea and a fresh homemade selection of entrées.
901 White Spar Rd, Prescott, AZ 86303, Phone: 928-445-7270
9.The Spirit Tree Inn
The Spirit Tree Inn sits on 52 private acres along one of Southern Arizona’s high desert creeks in the heart of the Coronado National Forest. The inn is three miles outside of the small town of Patagonia and offers six guest accommodations. An Amish barn built in 1830 and relocated from Pennsylvania adds charm to the property.
The four guest bedrooms all come with private baths, pleasant views and period furnishings. In addition to the guest rooms, there are two casitas on offer. Each of these casitas contain a kitchenette and can be pre-stocked by request. Breakfasts are prepared by a professionally trained chef and served at guests’ convenience.
3 Harshaw Creek Rd, Patagonia, AZ 85624, Phone: 866-394-0121
10.England House Bed and Breakfast
© England House Bed and Breakfast
England House is a Victorian-era stone mansion built by master stone cutter William England. The home features distinctive pressed tin ceilings, red and white quarried stone and antique furnishings. Guest rooms include luxury amenities such as plush robes, extra pillows, bath oils, herbed soaps, wireless Internet and free morning newspaper.
Guests can curl up by the volcanic rock fireplace in the foyer, enjoy a book from the library or stargaze on the back deck. The England House is located in Flagstaff near shopping, restaurants, arts and crafts, hiking, horseback riding and historic sites.
614 West Santa Fe Avenue, Flagstaff, AZ 86001, Phone: 928-214-7350 or 877-214-7350
11.Starlight Pines Bed and Breakfast
© Starlight Pines Bed and Breakfast
he Starlight Pines Bed and Breakfast is a four room Victorian inn located at the foot of Mount Elden in Flagstaff. Its location makes it an excellent accommodation for those guests wishing to visit the Grand Canyon and Sedona.
Each of the four guest rooms come with private baths including claw-foot bathtubs. The Dragonfly Room boasts the only in-room wood burning fireplace in Flagstaff. Those choosing the Lily Room will delight in the balcony, complete with a telescope for star gazing. All guests will enjoy the old-fashioned romance of the antique-filled rooms, complimentary beverages and a full gourmet breakfast.
3380 East Lockett Rd, Flagstaff, AZ 86004, Phone: 928-527-1912
© Trappers Rendezvous
Experience the Western Frontier at Trappers Rendezvous in Williams, Arizona. This bed and breakfast contains six rustic western cabins, each individually decorated with rustic western décor. A hearty family-style western breakfast is served each morning starting at 8:00 am. Located on historic Route 66, Williams is a frontier town listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The inn boasts 5 acres of secluded land at an elevation of 6,900 feet, which means breathtaking scenery and outdoor adventure is all around. Guests can hike in the Kaibab National Forest or take a train ride on the Grand Canyon Railway to the south rim of the canyon. Helicopter tours of the canyon are also available.
1019 North Airport Road, Williams, AZ 86046, Phone: 928-635-1002
13.Bear’s Den Bed and Breakfast
© Bear’s Den Bed and Breakfast
For guests looking for accommodations away from the touristy areas of Scottsdale or Sedona, the Bear’s Den Bed and Breakfast in Page, Arizona is the perfect choice. Surrounded by 16 National Parks, 4 wonderful Native Parks, recreational areas and countless State Parks, this inn provides access to a wide variety of outdoor activities.
Offering just three uniquely decorated guest rooms, this bed and breakfast is intimately sized and features rooms designed with comfort in mind. Each room has free Wi-Fi, a mini-fridge and microwave, as well as cable television and delicious cookies. Breakfast is made-to-order and includes an impressive amount of options.
864 Driftwood Ave, Page, AZ 86040, Phone: 928-614-8239
14.Beeline Guest House
© Beeline Guest House
The Beeline Guest House is a rustic inn set in the small village of Pine in the Arizona countryside. Guests can get a glimpse into the life of a settler in the preserved settler’s dwelling and old barn located on the property.
The inn has three guest rooms, each with a king sized bed and private bath, and maximum occupancy is two people per room. A breakfast with multiple options to suit any palate is served each morning. Guests can enjoy hiking in the nearby Mogollon Rim, or can explore the small, charming village of Pine. Restaurants, shopping, antiques and arts and crafts are all nearby. Read more
4042 N Hwy 87, Pine, AZ 85544, Phone: 928-476-6515
15. Hacienda Linda
© Hacienda Linda
Visitors to the Southwest will be entranced by the open and airy Hacienda Linda. Located on 6 acres of cactus-studded land and bordering Saguaro National Park West and the surrounding mountains, this Bed and Breakfast offers guests a unique opportunity to experience the desert in luxury.
Guests enjoy an extra-large patio where they can overlook the courtyard and fountain as well as take in the views of the sunset and Kitt Peak. The inn offers just two rooms, both located on opposite sides of the home for complete privacy. Each room has windows facing Saguaro National Park, Tempur-pedic beds and private baths. Read more
12646 West Fort Lowell Rd, Tucson, AZ 85743, Phone: 520-682-9627
16.Elden Trails Bed and Breakfast
© Elden Trails Bed and Breakfast
Quiet seclusion and spectacular desert and mountain views are what travelers will find at Elden Trails Bed and Breakfast. The inn is located five miles outside of Flagstaff and offers one private two-room studio suite with wireless Internet, cable television, a refrigerator with freezer, locally made soaps and an outdoor sitting area.
At Elden Trails, they are committed to eco-friendly, sustainable living and dining. Guests are served a fresh, farm-to-table breakfast each morning, with produce harvested on the inn’s micro-farm and eggs from their own chickens. There are miles of hiking trails nearby, as well as the restaurants, shopping and activities of nearby Flagstaff.
6073 N Snowflake Dr, Flagstaff, AZ 86004, Phone: 928-266-0230
17.Desert Trails Bed and Breakfast
© Desert Trails Bed and Breakfast
Desert Trails is a classic Arizona adobe-style home located 15 miles from downtown Tucson. The inn contains beautiful woodwork, brick masonry and Saltillo tile floors, as well as patios, courtyards and a swimming pool outside.
Situated on three acres and just across the street from Saguaro National Park, the surrounding area of the inn offers great hiking, biking and horseback riding opportunities. Guests can enjoy the seclusion of the Arizona countryside, or can head downtown to experience city life and a range of activities. Rooms include private baths, extra-firm queen mattresses, televisions with DVD players, and wireless Internet.
12851 E. Speedway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85748, Phone: 520-885-7295
© Cactus Cove
Cactus Cove is the place to be for quiet, peaceful relaxation in a beautiful natural setting. Gorgeous desert scenery and plentiful wildlife surround the inn, located just outside of Tucson. Guests can lounge by the outdoor pool or enjoy a beverage next to the outdoor fireplace on the patio.
The inn’s three guest suites include luxury amenities such as king sized beds, Jacuzzi tubs, terrycloth bath robes, wireless Internet and Direct TV. A delicious breakfast is served each morning in the formal dining room. Dozens of attractions are nearby, including national parks, caverns, museums, Reid Park Zoo and the Kitt Peak National Observatory.
10066 E Kleindale Road, Tucson, AZ 85749, Phone: 520-760-7730 or 800-466-0083
19.Butterfly Garden Inn
© Butterfly Garden Inn
The Butterfly Garden Inn is a wilderness retreat located in the heart of Oak Creek Canyon near Sedona, Arizona. Eighteen private cabins of various sizes mean that there is lodging for individuals, couples or large families.
Cabins are decorated in southwest style and include comfortable beds and amenities such as coffeemakers and kitchenettes. Breakfast is delivered to the cabin each morning, so guests can enjoy their meal in the privacy of their cabin or outside under the pines. The property also contains a small market that sells snacks, beverages and toiletries, as well as a café that serves meals from breakfast to dinner each day.
9440 North State Route 89A, Sedona, AZ 86336, Phone: 855-255-TBGI (8244)
20.El Presidio Bed and Breakfast
© El Presidio Bed and Breakfast
El Presidio is a historic home that combines Mexican and American building styles. The adobe-style house features wood beams, cobblestone courtyards with beautiful fountains and flowers, and antique furnishings in the guest rooms. Rooms come with private baths, spa-quality toiletries, luxury linens, plush bath robes, televisions with DVD players, and free wireless Internet.
A delicious country breakfast featuring local organic fruits is served each morning. El Presidio is located in downtown Tucson in the El Presidio District, one of the oldest inhabited areas in the United States. Restaurants, shopping and historic sites are all within walking distance of the inn.
297 North Main Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85701, Phone: 520-623-6151 | 800-349-6151
21.The Big Blue House Inn
© The Big Blue House Inn
It’s the big blue house on the corner! The Big Blue House Inn is a restored turn of the century mansion located in downtown Tucson near the University of Arizona campus. Guests can park and walk to dozens of shops, restaurants, activities and historic sites, or drive to attractions such as the Pima Air and Space Museum or the Reid Park Zoo.
The inn features six individually-themed guest rooms, all with private baths, kitchenettes, televisions with free premium channels, and private entrances. A hearty country breakfast featuring freshly-baked scones and coffee cake is served each morning in the Breakfast Cottage.
144 East University Boulevard, Tucson, AZ 85705, Phone: 520-891-1827
22.El Portal Sedona
© El Portal Sedona
Guests staying at El Portal Sedona may choose from one of 12 luxuriously appointed rooms. This boutique sized hotel is located in Sedona’s famous art district and within walking distance of uptown Sedona.
Walking paths connect guests to 16+ miles of paved trails on which to hike, bike or walk. Each of the 12 air conditioned suites are decorated in an Arts and Crafts style and may include an adobe corner fireplace with river rock stone, French doors, stained glass ceiling panels, flagstone flooring and arched windows. Bathrooms include jetted tubs, steam showers or claw foot tubs. Guests can also enjoy spectacular views from a private garden or sitting terrace.
95 Portal Lane, Sedona, AZ 86336, Phone: 800-313-0017
23.Boots and Saddles Bed and Breakfast
Guests looking for a western themed, yet luxurious accommodation will find Boots and Saddles Bed and Breakfast an excellent destination. Located at the base of Thunder Mountain and Chimney Rock, this B&B puts guests in a truly spectacular area of the Wild West.
Each room is uniquely decorated in southwestern themes and include custom-made mattresses, pillows and linens, an in-room jetted tubs for two, private entrances and patios, telescopes for star gazing, fireplaces, refrigerators and much more. Breakfast is a multi-course meal cooked from scratch and changing daily. A special feature of the meal is homemade breads including pecan bread, garden herb bread, olive bread and many others.
2900 Hopi Dr, Sedona, AZ 86336, Phone: 800-201-1944
24.The Vineyards Bed and Breakfast
© The Vineyards Bed and Breakfast
Visitors to Arizona who wish to combine their love of the Red Rocks and locally produced wine will be thrilled with accommodations at The Vineyards Bed & Breakfast. Located amongst the vineyards of northern Arizona and just minutes from Sedona, this charming B&B sits on 2 acres of water rich land and is within walking distance of three Page Springs wineries.
With just two suites, guests will find an intimate experience with rooms that include a king size bed, private bath with oversized shower, fresh flowers from the vineyards property, and Ghirardelli chocolates upon arrival. A home-cooked breakfast is served family style every morning.
1350 N. Page Springs Rd, Page Springs, AZ 86325, Phone: 928-300-4313
25 Best Romantic Weekend Getaways from Phoenix
- Canyon Villa Bed & Breakfast Inn, Photo: Canyon Villa Bed & Breakfast Inn
- Bespoke Inn
- Royal Elizabeth Bed and Breakfast Inn
- Creekside Inn, Photo: Creekside Inn
- Cozy Cactus Bed and Breakfast
- The Inn at 410
- Alma de Sedona Bed & Breakfast Inn
- Prescott Pines Inn
- The Spirit Tree Inn
- England House Bed and Breakfast, Photo: England House Bed and Breakfast
- Starlight Pines Bed and Breakfast, Photo: Starlight Pines Bed and Breakfast
- Trappers Rendezvous, Photo: Trappers Rendezvous
- Bear’s Den Bed and Breakfast, Photo: Bear’s Den Bed and Breakfast
- Beeline Guest House, Photo: Beeline Guest House
- Hacienda Linda, Photo: Hacienda Linda
- Elden Trails Bed and Breakfast, Photo: Elden Trails Bed and Breakfast
- Desert Trails Bed and Breakfast, Photo: Desert Trails Bed and Breakfast
- Cactus Cove, Photo: Cactus Cove
- Butterfly Garden Inn, Photo: Butterfly Garden Inn
- El Presidio Bed and Breakfast, Photo: El Presidio Bed and Breakfast
- The Big Blue House Inn, Photo: The Big Blue House Inn
- El Portal Sedona, Photo: El Portal Sedona
- Boots and Saddles Bed and Breakfast
- The Vineyards Bed and Breakfast, Photo: The Vineyards Bed and Breakfast
- Cover Photo: Courtesy of Derrick Neill