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Shilo Inn Hotel & Suites Yuma - Arizona

1550 S Castle Dome Avenue Yuma, AZ 85365 P: (928) 782-9511 F: (928) 783-1538

welcome to Yuma Arizona
The combination of desert sunshine and the coolness of surrounding mountains describes Yuma, Arizona’s ideal vacation and business travel destination. When your plans take you to the beautiful Yuma desert, the friendly staff at the Shilo Inn Hotel & Suites will welcome you with gracious Shilo hospitality. Each of the 134 spacious rooms and suites are tastefully decorated with southwestern furnishings. Kids under 18 always stay free with an adult at Shilo Inns. Dogs welcome with nominal fee.
hotel amenities
  • ADA compliant rooms available, call 800-222-2244 for details or use comments field online to reserve
  • Airport Shuttle
  • Breakfast Free to Guests
  • Business Center
  • Coffee available in the Lobby
  • Dog Friendly
  • Guest Laundry: Washers & Dryers
  • High Speed Internet Access
  • Meeting and Banquet Rooms available
  • Parking Free to Guests
  • Safe Deposit
  • Sauna and/or Steam room
  • Swimming Pool
  • This hotel is 100% smoke free
  • Whirlpool Spa
  • room amenities
  • Alarm Clock Radio or Call the Front Desk to Request A Wake-Up Call
  • Coffee Maker
  • Hair Dryer
  • Ironing Unit
  • Free Local Calls and/or Voicemail.
  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator
  • Services
    Flexible meeting and conference space with service by our professional and friendly staff, makes Shilo Inns your first choice for a business meeting, conference, executive retreat or group event. Our knowledgeable staff will assist you with all of your planning needs including decorations, menu selection, room setup and audio visual presentation.

  • Convention & Banquet Facilities
  • Meeting and Group Planning
  • Request for Proposal
  • Attractions
    The Yuma Territorial Prison only operated for 33 years - the prison opened in July of 1876 when the first seven prisoners were locked into cells they'd hacked out of the granite of Prison Hill with their own hands. Over the next three decades, a total of 2,069 prisoners, including 39 women, lived within the prison's walls - surrounded by waters of the Colorado and the Gila, with the fearsome desert beyond.
    At one time, the population of Castle Dome City far exceeded that of Yuma. But when the mining boom faded, so did the once-rowdy town. Now Allen and Stephanie Armstrong have re-created a ghostly mining town of nearly two dozen buildings in a pristine desert setting surrounded by nearly 700,000 acres of the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge. Each building - from hotels and saloons to a blacksmith shop and general store - is pretty much a self-contained museum, filled to the rafters with authentic artifacts.
    The Cocopah - the River People, in their language - have made their home along the lower Colorado River and its delta for more than 3,000 years. At the museum, you'll get a chance to learn about their ways of life and traditions. There's also a gift shop featuring original beadwork by Cocopah artists and other items.
    One of the nation's largest mass of inland sand dunes, they are divided into three areas, beginning with Mammoth Wash in the north. Next is the North Algodones Dunes Wilderness, where motorized vehicles are not allowed and access is by foot or horseback only. The biggest and most heavily used part of the dunes begins at Highway 78 and continues south just past Interstate 8. More than 80,000 acres are open to off-highway vehicle use. Permit purchase information site,
    This onetime home of a Yuma pioneer and entrepreneur, E.F. Sanguinetti, is one of downtown Yuma's oldest and most historic buildings. Now headquarters for the Rio Colorado Division of the Arizona Historical Society, it's a museum showcasing Yuma's earliest days, with rose gardens and an aviary.
    For nearly 20 years beginning in 1864, all the military posts in the Southwest traced their lifelines to the Yuma Quartermaster Depot. Here on the high ground above the Colorado River, the U.S. Army's warehouses held a six-month supply of clothing, food, ammunition and other goods for forts in Arizona, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico and Texas. This beautiful 10-acre park also includes exhibits describing the amazing engineering feats that brought irrigation water to the Yuma Valley in 1912.
    Yuma River Tubing was just recently rated as one of the Top 5 things to do in Yuma. Come take a relaxing float with us on the Colorado River. We offer two floats along the River. The first is a 1 mile float which lasts between 45min-1hour and a 5 mile float which lasts approximately 3 1/2 hours. All our tubes are covered with a hammock seat and back rest. Come beat the heat with us at Yuma River Tubing!!!