About this listing
Welcome to Phoenix and the Charming Coronado Guest House. We are centrally located within minutes of Downtown Phoenix and only a short drive to Sky Harbor Airport.
The most 5 star reviews in Phoenix! No cleaning fees and no security deposit. Those are silly.
The guest house has a keypad for entry so no need for key exchange and check-in anytime after 2pm.
The Coronado Guest House is located behind our historic 1937 home and is located in the heart of the Coronado Historic Neighborhood. We are within walking distance to many great restaurants and downtown Phoenix is only a 5 minute drive away. Downtown Phoenix is home to numerous sporting venues such as Chase Field and US Airways Center, as well as the Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona Science Center, Heard Museum, and the Children's Museum. Many great restaurants are within a 5 minute walk and we can recommend a few of our favorites for you. The 7th St. and Oak bus stop is only a 5 minute walk. We are also only a 10-15 minute walk to the Oak Metro Light Rail station which can take you to Downtown Phoenix, Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, Tempe with its eclectic Mill Avenue and home to Arizona State University, and Mesa with it's wonderful Mesa Center for the Arts.
Your private guest house has a queen bed. You have a 32" flatscreen TV with DirectTV satellite as well as 300 Mbps wireless internet throughout the entire backyard. The french doors open up to a gazebo perfect for outdoor dining and seating for 8. Lounge on the patio in the hammock. There are also screen doors that you can lock so you can leave the inside doors open at night and enjoy the cool air. The guest house has a full kitchen and bathroom. Laundry is available in our main house if needed. The guest house entrance is through our driveway gate and is separate from our main house.
We have 4 chickens that provide us with fresh eggs daily and you are welcome to as many eggs as you would like.
Yoga studios nearby:
SuTRA Midtown Yoga - 3 minute walk
Yoga Phoenix (Kundalini Yoga) - 30 second walk
Nearby Restaurants: (3-10 minute walk)
Nami & Green
America's Taco Shop
McAplines Soda Fountain
Day trips from Phoenix include:
Sedona - 2hrs.
Jerome - 2 hrs.
Tucson - 2 hrs.
Prescott - 2 hrs.
It's hard to do the Grand Canyon as a day trip and really enjoy your time there. Instead fly into Phoenix and spend 1 or 2 nights here then spend a night in Flagstaff or at canyon itself. 4 1/2 hr drive from Phoenix.
Final Four - April 1st and 3rd, 2017
(Minimum 4 day rental - Includes our main house - up to 8 people total - $1000 pr night. Please send message before booking.
Laundry facilities, backyard, fire pit, outside dining.
Interaction with Guests
I'm usually always around as I work from home so chances are I'll be here to show you around - unless I'm traveling the world. In that case just call me if you need anything.
Our neighborhood has been referred to as "Funky Town" by Phoenix Magazine. There are lots of artists who call Coronado home as well as many great restaurants within walking distance. Many people (like us!) keep chickens in their backyard and I've even see a gentleman take his miniature "service" pony for a walk down the street. Welcome to Funky Town.
The nearest bus stop is on 7th Street and is only a 3-4 minute walk away. The closest light-rail station is only a 10-12 minute walk from the guest house.
Other Things to Note
Wow that's a lot of yellow stars.
Try the fresh eggs for breakfast or try the local restaurants. Try NOT to eat at McDonalds. There are many amazing local restaurants nearby. Travel more and be happy...go on and book the ticket. Pets are ALWAYS welcome.
Enjoy your stay in Phoenix.
From Mar 30 - Apr 4, 2017 the minimum stay is 4 nights.
I married my best friend on a beach in Mexico, rode bicycles with the locals on the streets of Beijing, hiked the hill towns of the Cinque Terra in Italy, explored 12th century Cambodian temples, swam with sharks in Bora Bora, been offered a beer on the Great Wall, sat 5 feet from wild orangutans in the Sumatran jungle, found heaven in the Alps of Switzerland, played with baby elephants in Thailand, tried speaking Arabic to shopkeepers in Marrakech, found pura vida in Costa Rica, saw what a wall can do in Berlin, marveled at Eiffel's Tower, experienced Dutch tolerance in Amsterdam, walked the Cliffs of Mohr, hiked Machu Picchu, screamed on a bobsled down the Olympic track in Innsbruck, rode a camel on the beach in Abu Dhabi, meandered through the Siq to witness Petra's beauty, shopped my way through Istanbul's Grand Bazar, and danced until 6am at Pacha in Ibiza.
The world is my sandbox.
Can you pass me that little plastic shovel please?