Arizona June 03, 2016
7 Amazing Places To Stay Overnight In Arizona Without Breaking The Bank
Are you planning to do some traveling around the state this summer? Staying within a designated budget can be difficult and one of the most costly parts is finding a place to stay overnight. You’re in luck, though, because today we’re going to look at some inexpensive hotels you can spend a night or five in without making your wallet cry. For this list, we’re looking at non-chain hotels that are less than $100 per night and that have something a little special about them.
1. Camping just about anywhere in the state.
Despite what some may think, this isn’t free! A fee is typically required to camp in designated sites but they typically will run you $15 to $20. Check the site you want to visit beforehand to pay the fee and reserve a space.
2. Double B Lodge, Pinetop
What better way to make a summer stay special than in a cute cabin in the pines? Rooms here are less than $100 per night and some are even less than $70.
Address: 1075 E White Mountain Blvd, Pinetop-Lakeside
3. The Downtown Clifton, Tucson
This boutique hotel located walking distance from downtown Tucson keeps things simple yet hip. Rooms are decorated with sleek mid-century furniture and decor, unique accessories (like the weird vintage books you’ll find on the bedside tables), and local treats. One night will typically run you $79, plus you get a $10 breakfast credit to a nearby restaurant.
Address: 485 S Stone Ave, Tucson
4. Historic Coronado Motor Hotel, Yuma
This Spanish colonial style hotel dates to 1938 and was recently renovated after leaving a major hotel chain. A stay here will cost less than $80 during the summer and less than $100 when the cool season arrives.
Address: 233 S 4th Ave, Yuma
5. Hotel Vendome, Prescott
Cute and quaint accurately describe this historic hotel that dates back to 1917 and just might be haunted! There are a few rooms that cost $100 per night through most of the year, so reserve a room here if you want comfort. If you’re hoping for a ghostly encounter, you’ll want a stay in Room 16 which once housed a woman named Abby Byr and her pet cat.
Address: 230 S Cortez St, Prescott
6. Iron Horse Inn, Cottonwood
This hotel has more than pretty rooms and comfortable beds; it is also located in a historic building. Prices for the double twin and single queen bed rooms will cost less than $100 per day (and, in some cases, less than $70).
Address: 1034 N Main St, Cottonwood
7. Mile High Grill and Inn, Jerome
Want to chance a spooky stay in an old mining town? The Mile High Inn has a ghost cat, Sipps, who lurks in rooms throughout the hotel and occasionally wakes guests while walking across beds (anyone who has cats knows what that feels like). Several of the rooms here cost $85 per night and all stays include breakfast.
Address: 309 Main Street, Jerome
What are some other places that combine budget-friendly prices with amazing accommodations?