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The legendary Hermosa Inn has recently completed a 2M accommodations remodel to transform its enchanting guest casitas to a new level of sophistication and comfort. Originally hand built in the 1930s by cowboy artist Lon Megargee as his personal residence and studio it was originally known as Casa Hermosa meaning beautiful house. The Hermosa Inn personifies gracious Arizona hospitality with a residential elegance and quiet seclusion nestled in the Sonoran desert. Boasting stunning views of Camelback Mountain in the affluent neighborhood of Paradise Valley our historic hacienda hideaway is located within minutes of prestigious shopping sporting event facilities world class golf art galleries entertainment venues and major business corridors of both Phoenix and Scottsdale. The Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is just 15 minutes from our front door. With our reputation based on personal service our ultimate romantic inn is also an ideal retreat for executive meetings and social gatherings such as weddings birthdays and of course holidays. The award-winning restaurant LON*s at the Hermosa – named for the legendary artist – showcases Artful American Cuisine served on our spectacular patio near glowing fireplaces. A Wine Spectator award-winning wine collection has an impressive selection to please even the most discriminating palate. Enjoy signature cocktails in our Last Drop bar a gourmet meal in the restaurant perhaps a family and friends celebration in our underground wine cellar or in-room dining in total privacy. There are so many reasons to visit The Hermosa.
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The Hermosa Inn August 6, 2014