Pine Studio

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Henry Longfellow
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John Keats
Pine Suite
Pine Studio

Pine Studio

The Pine Three Studio combines the best of both worlds: a traditional bedroom, an adjoining full-size sofabed for extra travelers, and facilities to whip up something light. In this studio, the focal point lies with the three windows overlooking Pine Street and rooftops and steeples of the West End Historic District. With cinnamon blended berber carpet underfoot and a kitchen with red rock desert tile, this studio offers a queen bed anchoring one side of the room and a sitting area on the other. A TV/VCR on a handsome mahogany dropleaf table keeps you informed and entertained while a CD player offers a soothing background ambiance. The full kitchen (nearly, no stove but a microwave oven, refrigerator, dishwasher, sink) occupies one third of the studio with a dining table and a handsome ample bath with a shower completes this offering. You’ll love the stone floor of the kitchen and bath as if sliced from Sedona’s Red Rock country. This studio may be combined with the John Keats Room to make a two-bedroom suite that sleeps six.

"Stashed in the rooms are the little touches he misses when on the road: fruit for midnight snacks, a trundle bed for an extra guest, Scrabble for rainy nights."

--Travel & Leisure




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