The Inn, built in 1930 by Arizona Congresswoman Isabella Greenway, is still owned and operated by its founding family and continues to fulfill its original mission as a sophisticated desert retreat giving its guests comfort, privacy, quiet and sunshine. The combination of history, antiques, and architecture, has earned the Inn a listing on the National Register of Historic Places and a reputation as one of the best hotels in the world.Lushly landscaped and brimming with charm, this 1930s resort is located in a historic neighborhood a mile from the University of Arizona campus and medical center, and 3 miles from downtown Tucson.In warm weather, the resort hosts ice-cream socials by the 60-foot outdoor pool. Cooler months bring complimentary high tea. The acclaimed restaurant serves international and Southwestern fare.Guestrooms are individually decorated, but all offer 1930s-inspired decor, garden views, complimentary high-speed Internet access, and refrigerators. The New York Times is delivered each morning.