Jeff Vadheim—the chatty, affable proprietor of this guesthouse—will tell you everything you need to know (and then some) about the history of the only official B&B in the city of Phoenix. He purchased the 1928 Arts and Crafts bungalow and adjacent buildings in 2000 and set about redecorating just about everything. The result is a mishmash of comfortable, unique rooms; some even include their own parking-garage space. The property includes a small pool and lovely courtyards with palm trees, citrus, and pots of petunias. Vadheim claims that the original proprietress was not a morning person, and he’s carried on her tradition of delivering breakfasts to guests in picnic baskets; typical offerings include homemade quiche, cereal, fruit, juice, your choice of a hot beverage, and muffins from a local bakery. The B&B sits on a gorgeous, quiet residential street with Spanish architecture, but it’s just around the corner from one of the busiest intersections in town.