Hotels in Heber - AZ: Best Western Sawmill Inn

Hotels in Heber - AZ: Located in the heart of the beautiful Mogollon Rim country and surrounded by the Apache-Sitgreaves Forest. Heber was founded by Mormon settlers in 1883. The first settlers were farmers and ranchers until approximately 1926 when the first sawmill was built here. Considering the vast natural resource of timber in the surrounding area, the sawmill and logging business has been the mainstay of the Heber area for many years. The Best Western Sawmill Inn, designed to reflect our country heritage and atmosphere, offers 42 spacious, comfortable rooms at affordable rates. We invite you to come and experience a taste of our quiet, hospitable country living as you relax in the shadows of the tall Ponderosa pines and bask in the cool, fresh mountain air. At the Best Western Sawmill Inn we offer your choice of smoking or non-smoking, double queen or single king rooms, as well as rooms facilitating the mobility accessible guests. Our deluxe king rooms include a microwave, refrigerator, a lounge area with queen size hide-a-bed sofa, and over-stuffed chairs. For the convenience of our guests, we serve a complimentary continental breakfast in our conference room area. Our conference room is also available by appointment for your business or personal functions. To further facilitate our guests, we have provided guest laundry, exercise equipment, as well as ice and vending machines.


Hotels in Heber - AZ: Worldmark Bison Ranch

Hotels in Heber - AZ: Once you pass the larger-than-life bucking bronco statues at the Bison Ranch Resort's entrance, you'll know you're in for some good, old-fashioned, 'Wild West' fun. With 160 pristine acres of high desert and surrounding forest, this beautiful retreat truly captures the essence of the relaxed western lifestyle. The property features an outdoor pool and spa, children's pool, fitness center, tennis court, playground, game room, and fully stocked, catch-and-release pond. At the heart of the resort, Bison Town replicates the "Wild West" of the 1890s, complete with wood-planked sidewalks, Old West building facades, shops, a coffee house, saloon, restaurant, and ice cream shop. This pedestrian "downtown" area serves as a community gathering place and venue for entertainment and special events. Visitors can also easily enjoy the shops and restaurants of The Rim's nearby towns.