With its pink-stucco buildings and immaculately tended flower gardens, the Arizona Inn is an oasis of tranquility, and an unforgettable place to spend a vacation. Opened in 1930 by Isabella Greenway, Arizona’s first congresswoman, the inn is still family-owned and-operated, and imbued with Old Arizona charm. Playing a game of croquet, taking high tea in the library, or lounging by the pool, you might feel as if you were in a different and decidedly more gracious time. Guest rooms vary in size and decor, but most have a mix of reproduction antiques and original pieces made for the inn years ago by disabled World War I veterans. Some units have gas fireplaces, and most suites have private patios or enclosed sun porches. The inn’s Main Dining Room is a casually elegant space. Fragrant flowering trees and vines surround the small pool.