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Holiday Inn Express & Suites Willcox
1251 N. Virginia Ave
Willcox, AZ 85643
Nightly Rates: 90.30 - 117.66Currency: USD
Welcome to the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites in Historic Willcox, Arizona. We are conveniently located at Exit 340 of Interstate 10, 80 miles east of Tucson, 75 miles North of Mexico and 40 miles west of New Mexico. We are considered 'high desert' at an elevation of 4,167 ft. The mountains are visible from all sides of our property. Our complimentary deluxe hot breakfast features our signature Cinnamon Rolls, a selection of cereals, omelets or scrambled eggs, biscuits, and a choice of muffins and bread. We also feature our Smart Roast Coffee, a selection of juices and teas and hot chocolate. The rooms offer comfortable beds, alarm clocks, hair dryers, coffee makers, irons and ironing boards. We also have suites available that have microwaves and refrigerators. We have a beautiful outdoor heated pool, a fitness center and the business center for the use of all our guests. Our hotel offers free wired and wireless internet connections in all our rooms. We are within a short distance of a variety of restaurants, shopping and many historic sites. Our guests have described us as a 'gem in the desert'. We hope you will come visit with us often.
Check In: 3:00 PMCheck Out: 11:00 AMTime Zone: GMT
Number of Floors: 3Number of Rooms: 100Number of Suites: 17
• ATM/Cash machine • Accessible facilities • Air conditioning individually controlled in room • Bathtub • Beauty shop/salon • Buffet breakfast • Coffee/Tea maker • Color television • Cribs • Desk with lamp • Direct dial telephone • Florist • Free parking • Hairdryer • High speed internet access for laptop in public areas • High speed internet connection • Housekeeping - daily • Ice machine • Interior corridors • Ironing board • Late check-out available • Meal included - continental breakfast • Meeting rooms • Non-smoking • On-Site parking • Onsite laundry • Outdoor pool • Parking • Pets allowed • Private bathroom • Public area air conditioned • Safe deposit box • Satellite television • Separate closet • Separate line billing for multi-line phone • Sundry/Convenience store • Tennis court • Two-line phone • Voice mail • Wireless internet connection • Wireless internet connection in public areas
: Connecting rooms, Rollaway bed
: Connecting rooms, Microwave, Mini-refrigerator, Cups/glassware, Silverware/utensils, Sofa bed
Tucson Expo Center
Tucson International Airport
Fort Bowie Historic Site: • Located through Apache Pass. Built in 1862 to guard Butterfield Overland Trail,and to protect pioneers from Apache raids and skirmishes with Native Americans led by Cochise and Geronimo. The site can only be reached by traveling the last 1.5 miles on foo
Chiricahua National Monument: • Hike the 17 miles of maintained trails in the chiricahuas. Known by the Apaches as the "The Land of Standing up Rocks" this area grew from tremendous volcanic eruptions 27 million years ago and has been eroded by wind and water ever since.Hiking, camping
Chiricahua Regional Museum: • Visit the museum honoring the people who created the rich heritage of the area.Collections and exhibits of historical artifacts,including a Geronimo Exhibit are part of the museum.
Cochise Stronghold: • Another favorite hiking area.A granite fortress used by the Chiricahua Apaches under the leadership of Cochise, the famous Chief of the Apaches.It is believed that the hidden tomb of Cochise is located somewhere in the stronghold.Camping,hiking and picnic
Dos Cabezas Ghost Town: • Dos Cabezas lives among the silent ruins of yesterday. Originally called Ewells Springs, there were 25 houses, a hotel, several saloons, and a school (the first school built in Cochise County). A number of buildings still stand today, some mere skele
Kartchner Caverns: • Contains one of the world's few living wet caves open for viewing.The guided Rotunda/Throne Room Tour takes visitors through rooms that contain more than 30 types of colorful formations growing for more than 200,000 years out of the limstone beneath the W
Rex Allen Museum & Cowboy Hall of Fame: • View memorabilia of Willcox native Rex Allen ,famous singing cowboy of records,movies,and TV.Rex Allen's hit songs included Crying in the Chapel,Streets of Laredo,Don't Go Near the Indians,and Tiny Bubbles.Rex also narrated many of Walt Disney's Wonderful
Tombstone - OK Corral: • "The Town Too Tough To Die' - visit the home of Wyatt Earp and feel what it was like to live in the 'old west'. Check out the reenactments of the famous gunfight at the O.K. Corral. Witness the dramatic events that made Tombstone famous.
Amerind Museum/Foundation: • Established in 1937, a nonprofit research institution devoted to the study, preservation, and interpretation of preistoric and historic Native American cultures. Houses one of the finest privatelymaintained archaeologica and ethnological collections in t