A national treasure, the history of the Gadsden is almost as grand as its lobby, which includes a white, marble staircase and 42ft Tiffany-inspired glass mural. As a hidden secret, ask about the Rathskeller!
Granny’s is a great place to get good, authentic Sonoran Mexican food.. They have local classics like red and green chile and enchiladas sonorenses. They also serve burgers and sandwiches for those seeking something less picante.
Known for their homemade burritos, El Cobre Deli inside Chevron has become a must-stop destination for travelers on their way to and from Mexico. Stop in and try one for yourself!
If you are looking for a fun environment to enjoy Ajo and camp or hook up an RV, book here. Make new friends at this location where visitors form a family no matter how long they stay.
This RV park offers a getaway into the regions outdoor beauty. Step out of your camping spot and catch an instant glimpse of places to hike, and breathtaking sunrises and sunsets.
If you are looking for a place to hook up your RV that has all the amenities you need as well as the occasional campfire sing-along and karaoke fun, this is it!
Take your RV to this one of a kind RV Resort. Enjoy friendly neighbors, great service, and access to the Ajo community. Explore local artists and scenery that sits nearby.
This charming Ajo Bed & Breakfast is your perfect place to stay if you are looking for a truly one-of-a-kind spot that takes you back in time and makes you feel at home.
You might not expect to find a cabin experience in the desert, but this quaint motel delivers just that. Enjoy their great service and a surprisingly luxurious Ajo experience.
Don’t miss the chance to explore this one-of-a-kind Ajo treasure. Enjoy a serene escape into the community’s culture and vast outdoor scenery like the Organ Pipe National Monument that sits nearby.