The Hermosa Inn

Paradise Valley, Arizona

5532 North Palo Cristi Road
Paradise Valley, Arizona 85253
United States
At A Glance
Preferred BoutiqueHistoric Hotels of America
Opened 1930
Renovated 1997
Guest Rooms 34
Kings/Suites/Doubles 31 / 4 / 0
Seasonal Rates: High Low Shoulder
JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec

Fees/Taxes

Resort Fee Included
Room Tax 13.05%
Sales Tax 11.2%

Airport Proximity

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
15 min 7 miles (11 km)
Amenities
Business:
High-speed internet
CD players
Transportation services
A/V support
Entertainment
Recreation:
Massage
Spa
Swimming pool
Two Jacuzzis
Beach Cruisers
Poolside Yoga
Art Walks
Nearby:
Golf
Art Galleries
Performing Arts Venues
World-Class Shopping
Sporting Events
Horseback Riding
Desert and botanical garden tours
Hiking
Fitness Clubs within 1 mile of hotel
Dining, Food & Beverage
Onsite Dining: Capacity
Last Drop at the Hermosa
25
American/Southwestern
LON's at the Hermosa
150
American/Southwestern
F&B Averages:
Breakfast Buffet $35 Cont. $24
Lunch Buffet $45 Plated $42
Dinner Buffet $85 Plated n/a
Coffee Break NA
2-Hour Open Bar NA
Meeting Space
Largest Meeting Room 847 ft²
Indoor Meeting Space 2,300 ft²
Indoor/Outdoor Meeting Space 2,300 ft²
Capacity Chart
Boardroom 420 N/A 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 0
Boardroom+Library+Patio 901 N/A 0 0 0 0 82 0 0 0 0
Desert Garden 745 N/A 0 0 50 20 60 0 0 0 0
Front Patio 1,615 N/A 0 0 0 80 120 0 0 0 0
Library 557 N/A 0 0 61 40 58 0 0 15 0
Stetson Room 847 36 14 0 70 70 80 0 0 20 0
Wine Cellar 347 N/A 0 0 0 12 12 0 0 0 0
News
LON’s at the Hermosa Takes Fine-Dining Underground
Posted January 10, 2013
Previously private wine cellar opens for underground fine-dining experience

(Paradise Valley, Ariz. – January 10, 2013) – Four Diamond dining is going underground. Normally only available for private party functions, the underground wine cellar at LON’s at the Hermosa is now open to guests who are interested in a subterranean fine dining experience.
“After seeing continued success with our cool dining dinner series, which brought guests in the wine cellar during the hot summer months, we wanted this space to remain exclusive while still being a unique dining option year round,” said Director of Food & Beverage David Jette.
Guests dining in LON’s subterranean space will also be a part of history, as the space was previously used as underground tunnels (or escape routes) when the original owner, cowboy artist Alonzo “Lon” Megargee, would have his buddies over for a night of drinking and gambling and the sheriff would come by unannounced. While no longer passable, the previous pathways would lead to Megargee’s old stables, where his buddies could get on their horses and ride into the night, with the sheriff being none the wiser.
Only available 72 hours in advance, LON’s wine cellar will be featuring the following six-course menu ($85) created by Executive Chef Jeremy Pacheco, that also comes with the option of an Arizona wine pairing for an additional $40:
taylor bay scallop “ceviche”
tobiko caviar, pickled onions, yuzu-soy sauce
chandon, brut rosé, california
cellar cured barley fed prosciutto
arizona dates, aged balsamic & baby arugula
page springs cellars , “vino del barrio blanco,” chenin blanc blend, cornville, arizona
Choice of:
roasted mcclendon beets
local feta cheese, baby arugula & mesquite-sherry vinaigrette
pillsbury wine company, viognier, cochise county, arizona
porcini mushroom soup
with truffle-parmesan gougere
pillsbury wine company, viognier, cochise county, arizona
pan seared seabream
smoked mussels, wild mushrooms, spring peas & meyer lemon sauce
arizona stronghold, “site archive,” grenache, cornville, Arizona
Choice of:
roasted maple leaf duck breast
duck confit-mesquite flour cannelonii, garden broccoli & huckleberry jus
arizona stronghold, “site archive,” syrah, cornville, arizona
pecan grilled american kobe striploin
truffle goat mac & cheese, spicy broccoli, red wine jus
arizona stronghold, “site archive,” cabernet sauvignon, cornville, arizona
cowboy candy bar
salted caramel, spiced chocolate, marcona almonds, coco nib ice cream
page springs cellars, “mule’s mistake,” zinfandel blend, cornville, arizona
To make a reservation in the LON’s wine cellar call 602.955.7878 or visit online at www.LONs.com. For
further information and updates from The Hermosa Inn & LON’s visit Facebook , Twitter or the Hermosa
Inn blog.
ABOUT THE HERMOSA INN & LON’S
Recently named one of the 2012 “Top 500 Hotels in the World” by Travel + Leisure Magazine and Condé Nast
Traveler’s 2011 Reader’s Poll pick, The Hermosa Inn is a jewel of a hideaway in the heart of the Valley; minutes
from Scottsdale, yet surrounded by an exclusive neighborhood in Paradise Valley. Originally hand-crafted in the
1930’s by cowboy artist Lon Megargee as his private residence, the Inn’s adobe architecture has kept its “old
Arizona” character and charm. All 34 casitas are surrounded by spectacular landscaping and beautiful desert vistas.
The $2 million remodel of the accommodations retains the legendary personality and intimate atmosphere of the
original hacienda, while enhancing the accommodations with upgraded amenities for a more luxurious experience.
The culinary centerpiece of the Inn is Lon’s at the Hermosa, the celebrated Four Diamond restaurant renowned for
“artful American” cuisine, which is complemented by the Last Drop Bar, aptly named after one of the many
paintings by Megargee that can be seen throughout the historic inn. For more information, visit
www.HermosaInn.com or call 602.955.8614.