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  • Tasha A.

    Joan at Maricopa Manor (the owner/proprietor) was awesome. If you're looking for an intimate backyard style venue that's as fussy as you make it, this is the place. We received rave reviews from all guest on how pretty, cute, and super intimate the venue was. We went simple with our style and did mason jars with battery flickering tea lights on the table, linens in our colors (soft grey and clover green) and then had Mystic Lites string bistro lights from the trees with paper tissue balls for pops of colors hanging from the trees and strings of lights. It was simple and perfect. We had 60 guests and I feel like we could have fit 90 still comfortably. They only provide the site/location. We provided off site vendors for lighting, table/chair/linen rentals, and catering. If you need suggestions Joan has a list of suggested vendors. Oh and we could bring our own alcohol...a big plus for us! We rented out the 6 suites for the weekend as well, and our family and my husband and I stayed. It was perfect. It was great to be right on property for our wedding day. The suites are super competively prices and very big for the price. Very cute. We had a welcome basket of goodies, and breakfast delivered to our room every morning. I would recommend it time and time again. If you need someone to do a lot of contact and be very attentive this might not be the place for you, Joan is hands off unless you need her. But it was perfect for our simple backyard style wedding. Oh and we hosted wedding ceremony and reception all on property, so no traveling between venues! Easy for us and the guests! Perfefct for the low key and value conscious bride!

    (5)
  • Michelle A.

    A great venue for a bridal shower. I imagine it would be a lovely wedding spot There are 6 rooms for staying over night. They are quirky rooms with antiques all around The outside area where our lunch was served was Very pretty. Palm trees swayed in the wind and it was peaceful. There is a pool. The area Is kinda funky and to find the B and B there is rather strange but it was a fun Place for the party

    (4)
  • Christopher D.

    My wife and I spent a three day weekend in Phoenix last November 2014 while visiting our niece who attends college there. We again stayed at the Maricopa Manor because our brief overnight visit in 2013 was so enjoyable. All I can say is that the longer you spend at Maricopa Manor, the longer you want to spend at Maricopa Manor! It's like having all the comforts of home and then-some but with maid service and the most delicious breakfasts arriving at your door each morning! I highly recommended this B&B in my 7/8/2013 and promised to stay here again if we had another trip to Phoenix planned. I'm so happy to say that we were able to keep that promise and add now that nothing has changed in our review of Maricopa Manor except that after our 3 day stay we're now looking forward even more to our next visit and perhaps a longer stay!

    (5)
  • Melissa A.

    Was eager to find out more details and get a tour to set up a romantic weekend or perhaps even have our wedding there. The owner, Jane unfortunately seemed very "put out" to take the time to show anything. Whatever happened to having a pleasant disposition? Customer service? Smile? Why wouldn't she want to present this jem of a property??!!? Not sure I will actually give it a try considering the rude and dismissive attitude the owner had. After wandering around, saw the rooms are out dated but seem to be clean and well-kept. The pool was clean and looked refreshing. Grounds do need some TLC but it is in the middle of summer. With some outside paint, and upkeep this place could be so much more.

    (3)
  • Andy S.

    Maricopa Manor has a lot of things going for it. Joan, the owner, is friendly and low-key. The grounds are nice and spacious with lots of fountains and birds chirping, and it's fairly quiet and secluded-feeling despite being next to a Dairy Queen right off Central and Camelback. There's even an outdoor B&B cat, Dreamsicle, who happily accepts petting. The Manor Suite (#5) is a good size with a mini-fridge, plates and utensils, two-person table, small living room and fireplace, plus a King sized bed. The bathroom has an older jetted tub (which we didn't have occasion to use) and a small shower with a rain-head. Breakfast is delivered promptly and was surprisingly good; you get a hot crustless quiche, fruit, a muffin or other sweet bread, OJ and coffee. Free snacks, bottled water and Wi-Fi are also in the room. The downsides are pretty minor. The Manor Suite is looking a little worn, and could use some touch-ups/repairs. To get steady hot water in the shower you have to let the hot water run for a minute or two, which is pretty wasteful. The pool isn't heated, and even on a warm March day it was too cold to swim in. And while the breakfast in a basket is tasty, the quiche/fruit/muffin combo may get a little old on consecutive days (we broke things up by going out to breakfast on our second day). Overall, this was a nice change of pace from the Phoenix-area hotels we've stayed at before (and more conveniently located).

    (4)
  • A. A.

    This was a nice place that my wife and I stayed at near the end of our trip. We both liked the breakfast that's carefully put together by the host, and we found the outside quite beautiful. They have a pool, a backyard and a nice patio to sit and relax in the sun. The inside of the building is a bit older. It's charming (we stayed at the former "library" part) and helps you really unplug and go back in time. But it also needs maintenance and feels like a 3 star hotel (unlike the 5 star outside and breakfast service). Overall I'd give this place 4. Also I should mention that this place is definitely a bed and breakfast. It's mis-categorized as a hotel on Yelp, which almost made us not book it until we read the other reviews, as we were specifically looking for bed and breakfasts. Also there's plenty of nice places to eat, and a really good internet cafe, nearby.

    (4)
  • Diedre K.

    We spent two evenings at Maricopa Manor to celebrate my birthday. Joan and Scott are relatively new owners and they do a great job. This is truly an oasis in the uptown section of Phoenix just northwest of the corner of Camelback and Central. The light-rail is walking distance as well as an A.J's, See's Candies, DQ, and Applebees. We parked the car once (off street parking is very nice) and didn't use it until we left. We enjoyed the pool and full breakfasts both days. (Same breakfast both days - my only suggestion is it would have been nice to have a different entree. The fresh fruit cup was very nice! Loved the gluten free muffins.) The bed was very comfortable - nice to have comfy robes - and the snack basket was great for late night snacks. Perfect get-away right in town! We highly recommend this lovely B&B! DK and Alexx

    (5)
  • Laurie W.

    Drive into a residential neighborhood just outside of downtown Phoenix and voila - oasis. I loved staying here. It's been a couple years, but if the same guy is in charge, you're guaranteed to be taken care of. I can't remember his name. I want to say it was Roger? (EDIT: He is. His name is Jeff. Roger? No idea where I got that from.) He was awesome - called before I got there to check on my food preferences, and made sure I knew where he was going at night when I got there in case I needed anything. Don't get that at a Marriott. I stayed in the Pasadena Suite, which is HUGE and very comfortable. The bedroom and bed itself were fine. There was a desk in the living room for working/laptop hookup,. and I LOVED the dinette area and patio. The breakfast was delivered in a picnic basket every morning outside your door at whatever time you specified. This was a nice touch compared to other places where you have to go to a sit-down breakfast. Sometimes you're just not feeling so social, you know? Or maybe that's just me...Plus, as I was in town for a conference, I could eat as much of the (huge) breakfast as I could or wanted to and tuck the remaining fruit or yogurt into my bag to have for a snack later. Seriously, a nice breakfast. I loved the whirlpool tub. The pool wasn't working when I was there but I didn't have time to hang out anyway, unfortunately. The grounds are very pretty. You have no idea you're a couple blocks away from Phoenix's main road. It's a cab or bus ride away from downtown if you don't have a rental care, which I didn't, but that didn't bother me. it was less expensive to stay here than at the downtown hotels I checked, and I got much more for me (employer's) money than at one of them, so it was worth it. I'd go back just to visit.

    (5)
  • Tony D.

    Outstanding Bed and Breakfast in Phoenix and would stay there over any other place in the valley. Joan the innkeeper was more than accommodating and made sure that we had all the specifics that we requested. It is within a three minute walk to the lightrail that makes it easily accessible to restaurants and bars. I highly recommend staying at Maricopa Manor because of the size of each suite and the great breakfast prepared by Joan. The location is worth the price!!!!!

    (5)
  • Michael M.

    Took over entire place for the Greenbuild Conference this week. Jeff (owner) is awesome. Great breakfast delivered in a basket (hot quiche, hot muffins, fresh coffee, OJ, fruit). Totally affordable (we put three guys in each room and it cost us less than $90 per night per guy). Rooms are casita style and pretty dark and beat up but served our needs.

    (4)

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