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Family Owned

Join us for a comfortable and remarkably affordable stay at our family owned and operated boutique inn. Following our comprehensive room renovation, our updated boutique inn blends classic style with modern comfort. Make yourself completely at home in one of our 25 spacious rooms including 4 suites. 

We pride ourselves on offering travellers unmatched convenience to everything there is to see and experience in Tempe. We’re located across the street from the Arizona State University campus and less than one mile from Sun Devil Stadium, one block from the restaurants and bars of Mill Avenue, two miles from Tempe Diablo Stadium and approximately five miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Guests arriving by car enjoy free onsite parking.

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Tempe’s warm and irresistible climate makes it easy to step outside to enjoy the many recreational activities the area has to offer in any season. In the midst of this stunning urban community lie mountains, trails, lakes and parks. Great facilities, an ideal location and picturesque landscape make Tempe the perfect place for your next outdoor adventure, including boating, hiking, biking and golf.


Do you want to feel like a PGA pro? Grab your clubs and play around at ASU Karsten Golf Course in Tempe, AZ. ASU Karsten has a “4 ½ Star” rating by Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play”. Take a few strokes off your game and visit the PING Learning Center, ASU Karsten’s onsite practice facility that has helped develop the skills of some of the best golfers playing today. With breathtaking mountain views, Rolling Hills Golf Course is a favorite course for both locals and visitors. For a casual round of golf, check out Ken McDonald Golf Course in South Tempe.

City of Tempe

Tempe is a lively destination. It’s not just a suburb of the nation’s fifth largest city of Phoenix, Tempe is a happening kind of place. It has spirit and energy. It’s where students and families go for enjoyment and entertainment. Historically, Tempe was the site of Hayden’s Ferry that transported people, horses and goods across the Salt River. Although bridges now provide access, today Tempe is still the crossroads that separates Phoenix from its East Valley neighbor cities of Chandler, Mesa and beyond. It’s a hub of activity. Fun, recreation, fishing, picnicking, sailing, dining, annual festivals, shopping, entertainment and vibrant nightlife.


An Experience ASU program includes a presentation on admissions, scholarships and financial aid, student housing, getting involved on campus and much more. You will also go on a student-led walking tour of campus. This is approximately a two-hour visit.