Historic Hotels in Arizona
The Arizona State Visitor’s guide features our historic hotel once again! Earlier this year, our restaurant across the street was featured in the 2016 visitor’s guide and we are so pleased to have our businesses featured yet again.
“Hotel Congress, Tucson Built across from the train depot, Tucson’s Hotel Congress opened in 1919 to provide top-notch accommodations to railroad passengers. A fire in 1934 destroyed the third floor, but also flushed out members of the John Dillinger gang. The most wanted bank robber was captured days later. The hotel’s 40 rooms in vibrant downtown have iron-framed beds, vintage radios and 1930s-style phones connected to a switchboard.”
See our feature and read about other historic hotels in Arizona in the original post.