We enjoyed the view from the hotel and it’s proximity to the main strip of town. The nightly rate was so good for the quality of the hotel. The pool was open which we enjoyed, because on our spring break road trip through the southwest we encountered way too many motels/ hotels where the pool was ...
Liked the price and the room was quite expansive. Didn't need full refrig.,microwave, etc., but would like to find another place up around Cottonwood next month. No complaints. Nice people, very attentive and informative.
The staff is what stood out at this hotel. From the front desk, to the bar, to the housekeeping staff it was really good. Lindsay in the restaurant was a real treat our final night. She was a blast. A buddy and I split the 30oz rib eye. It was perfect. He likes rare and I like medium well. The rib ...
We enjoyed our stay with only a small problem with the bed and pillows. We know-----You can't please everyone! To our liking the bed was too wobbly. NOT the frame. The spring and mattress. In other words, if I moved it shook my wife and vice-versa. The pillows were not "fluffable." The wife says ...
The Cove, Veteran's Memorial Park, Sierra Vista Historical, Henry F Hauser Museum — Sierra Vista's top attractions are among the best reasons to visit. Another good reason is all 19 Orbitz hotels, which rate highly for Location and Hotel Staff.Arts and culture in Sierra Vista
Some of Sierra Vista's popular attractions are steeped in culture. Soak it in at Sierra Vista Historical and Henry F Hauser Museum or Cochise County Art Gallery while enjoying a quiet afternoon.
Entertainment and education abound at Hastings Entertainment and Sierra Vista Public Library, where you can catch up on history, fiction and current events.
Wayland Baptist University draws students and alums alike to its campus and its atmosphere of higher education.Best times to visit Sierra Vista
Sierra Vista is always welcoming to new visitors and old friends, but August, November and September are the most budget-friendly times to visit. During these months, you'll save approximately 12%, 11% and 9%, respectively.Getting to Sierra Vista
The most direct path to Sierra Vistais through Sierra Vista Municipal Airport and Bisbee Municipal Airport.Best times to visit Sierra Vista
Sierra Vista is always welcoming to new visitors and old friends, but August, November and September are the most budget-friendly times to visit. During these months, you'll save approximately 12%, 11% and 9%, respectively.Shopping in Sierra Vista
You can't bring everything with you. Luckily, the clothes and gifts at Shade's Plaza and Sierra Vista Plaza are around in case of the unexpected — you can pick up formalwear, casual looks and accessories while in Sierra Vista.
If your headphones break — or if they don't match your outfit — the gadgets at Best Buy are on hand to keep you connected and looking high-tech.Outdoor activities in Sierra Vista
The Cove and Glacier Technologies are good options for spending some time outdoors in Sierra Vista while breathing in that fresh air.Things to do in Sierra Vista
Venue Hair Studio offers a chance to pamper yourself and relax during your travels.Nightlife in Sierra Vista
After dinner or long days of sightseeing, you can pull up a barstool at Hoppin' Grapes Beer and Wine Tasting Bar and Linda's Loungeto enjoy a refreshing cocktail or nightcap. And cutting a rug on the dance floor is always an option.Getting to Sierra Vista
The most direct path to Sierra Vistais through Sierra Vista Municipal Airport and Bisbee Municipal Airport.
We stayed here for our son's graduation from AIT. We had a large quiet room with comfortable beds, refrigerator, microwave and Keurig. Complimentary breakfast was very good with many choices. Staff was friendly and helpful. Close to many restaurants, the mall and picturesque sites. Would definitely stay here again.
Very nice facility. Well maintained, extremely clean, and staff goes beyond the call to be helpful.
This is a charming old school house that has beautiful rooms that are well-kept and are full of charming antiques! The owners are friendly and full of stories of the history of the place. The breakfast is delicious, hot and home-cooked! We've stayed here twice this year and it's our favorite place!
We enjoyed the view from the hotel and it’s proximity to the main strip of town. The nightly rate was so good for the quality of the hotel. The pool was open which we enjoyed, because on our spring break road trip through the southwest we encountered way too many motels/ hotels where the pool was closed. Our son swam at 9 pm in the outdoor pool in March while we hot-tubbed so the warmth of the pool was good for him. Beds were very comfortable and the shower water pressure was insane. The child thought the shower hurt lol but we adults liked the pressure and the heat that it put out. It was very quiet and peaceful- no noise detected from other guests or traffic or anything. Breakfast was ok- the waffle maker is a can’t-lose situation. All in all we’d stay again and recommend it to others!