Set in the downtown historic district, El Presidio combines Victorian detailing with adobe walls nearly two feet thick. After years of painstaking restoration, innkeepers Jerry and Patti Toci opened their doors as a B&B in 1985, offering elegant guest rooms extensively appointed with antiques and collectibles, and a flower-filled courtyard highlighted by a traditional fountain.
5 on May 03, 2018
We had a wonderful 4 day weekend at this lovely bed and breakfast. Patti was a wonderful hostess and very informative about the community and places to visit. Our room was immaculate and the grounds were beautiful. Our fridge even had water, juices, and soda which was an extra bonus. Patti's breakfast was always delicious. I highly recommend this place and we will be back to stay the next time we visit Tuscon.
5 on January 28, 2016
Our rooms were beautiful. Patti is a very gracious hostess and an outstanding cook.
5 on July 02, 2013
Our family stayed here for 3 days. We were attending our son's wedding back in April. Still to this day, I cannot stop talking about the B&B. The courtyard is breath-takingly beautiful and peaceful. Patti is an absolute delight - she is in our prayers everyday. The food was wonderful and the rooms are lovely. Hopefully, in the near future, we will come back. We are now spoiled. Milt & Ilona Micromatis
4.8 on April 20, 2013
We had a lovely stay in this outstanding B and B. Patti is a gracious hostess and the breakfast was delicious. The courtyard is beautiful with many flowers and a charming fountain. Location is within walking distance to many sites.
5 on April 13, 2013
We stayed at El Presidio for a full week, but wish it could have been much longer. Besides being the loveliest B&B where we've ever stayed, with a lovely courtyard garden, beautifully appointed and comfortable rooms, and delicious breakfasts, the real charm of the inn lies in the warm and welcoming personality of its hostess/owner, Patti Toci. We were made to feel right at home and felt really spoiled by all the little extras - water, juice and sodas in our fridge, trail mix and other goodies on our kitchenette counter - and the beauty of the garden, with its comfortable chairs and even a friendly cat to bid you welcome, all unequaled by anything we'd experienced before. Patti's knowledge of local history and her advice regarding places to visit made our Tucson stay unforgettable. Can't wait to return!!
5 on August 16, 2012
My sisters and I stayed here and had the most enjoyable time. Patti is full of information and is proud of the persidio community. The rooms and home were great. The gardens were wonderfull even in Aug. We felt welcome and confortable. The breakfast was so delicious. We will visit again when we are in the area. You can't go wrong staying here, enjoy!
5 on October 09, 2011
We thoroughly enjoyed our two night stay at the El Presidio Inn. Patti was a most welcoming host and keen to make us feel at home. The house is beautifully furnished and very comfortable. Our room was spacious with a large en-suite and separate private sitting room. Every attention to detail was taken. The breakfasts consisting of fresh fruit, freshly cooked omlettes, pancakes and bread along with coffee and tea were delicious and we were enouraged to help ourselves to beverages whenever we needed them. Patti is very knowledgeable about the Tucson area and keen to offer recommendations of what to do and see and where to eat. We would strongly recommend this Inn and look forward to returning in the future.
5 on November 25, 2010
Our hostess, Patti Toci, has created a most wonderful experience at her B&B, a wonderfully restored turn of the century home with the most delightful and unexpected courtyard. Cozy fully appointed rooms and breakfasts you must experience! Our four nights there were just heaven. Patti is the most knowledgeable and charming hostess. We hope to be back soon!
4.4 on August 30, 2010
I couldn't be happier about my stay at this bed and breakfast. Patti was so friendly and helpful in everyway. She made you feel so welcoming and really wanted you to have the best time in the city. The room is great, only that the temperature control is a little tricky to play with (either too cold or too warm), but not a big issue. Just a lovely, lovely stay.
5 on August 03, 2010
Hostess was gracious and extremely helpful with travel advice, directions, and general hospitality.
Tucson, AZ (TUS) 10 miles
From the East: Going west on I-10 through Tucson, take the Congress St. exit 258 and go east on Congress. Take a left on Granada Ave. Go down to Franklin St and take a right. The El Presidio B&B is on the southeast corner of Franklin and Main Ave. From Phoenix: Going east on I-10 through Tucson, take the Congress St. exit 258 and go east on Congress. Take a left on Granada Ave. Go down to Franklin St and take a right. The El Presidio B&B is on the southeast corner of Franklin and Main Ave.
Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Old Tucson, Bisbee, Mount Lemmon, The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Pima Air Museam, University of Arizona, Zoo
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Computer, Internet Service, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Microwave, Private entrance, TV, Telephone, VCR, Wi-Fi