• Clifton Union Hall

    Clifton Union Hall — Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Union Hall at 284 Chase Creek Street is a fine example of Territorial style architecture. Built in 1916, the hall is home to the famous mural commemorating 1983-1986 United Steelworkers strike. Executed in dazzling color, the mural occupies the union hall's north wall and measures 40 feet wide by 10 feet tall. Rooms are $60/night. Contact Lawrence "Jeff" Gaskin, 520-508-3321

  • The Galleria

    The Galleria — The Galleria is a lovely flatiron building with soaring ceilings and gleaming hardwood floors on the corner at 253 Chase Creek Street. You can see bighorn sheep from the balcony on the second floor at the rear of the building. Like many of the buildings on Chase Street, it is rumored to have served as a bordello. Rooms are $60/night. Contact Lawrence "Jeff" Gaskin, 520-508-3321

  • Blue Door Sanctuary

    Blue Door Sanctuary — Built in 1912-1913, the Blue Door Sanctuary at 112 Park Avenue was originally a Presbyterian Church and later a Masonic lodge. Owner Kimberly Henderson hosts weddings, receptions and business meetings &mdash "anything where people might want to gather together and have something nice to eat" — and has a limited number of rooms available on Air B & B.

  • Clifton Hotel

    Clifton Hotel — The Clifton Hotel was built in 1890 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Located next to the San Francisco River and surrounded by steep mountain cliffs, this historic property has served as a cowboy hotel, a halfway house and a home for children in transition. In 2017, new owners came with a vision to restore the hotel to its original beauty while providing amenities that make each room or suite feel like home. The Clifton Hotel comprises seven studio rooms with bed, bath, and kitchenette, and two luxury suites with a larger kitchen and a sitting room. Each room has gigantic windows (2½ x 6½ feet tall.)

  • Hotel Reardon

    Hotel Reardon — This historic Clifton hotel at 202 South Coronado Road is being restored under new ownership. Built in 1910, it became a hotel in 1923. The hotel is favored by the fans of the paranormal for the older lady dressed in white whom you may encounter seated in the front parlor. Right now the hotel's 14 rooms are mostly long-term rentals, but bed and breakfast rooms may become available at a later date. For information, contact April Shalkowitz, aprilarellano30[at]hotmail.com, (480) 599-2819.

  • PJ's Restaurant PJ's Restaurant — Mexican-American family restaurant at 307 Coronado Trail. Open daily from 5:00 am - 7:45 pm. (928) 865-3328.

  • A Vintage Clifton AntiquesA Vintage Clifton Antiques — This antique shop at 291 Chase Creek has an excellent selection of fine antique furniture, tools and other souvenirs of Clifton's past. Open Thursday - Sunday from 10 am - 2 pm. Additional hours by appointment at (928) 292-0070.

  • Chase Creek Marketplace Chase Creek Marketplace — This colorful craft shop features creations by more than 80 local artists. 215 Chase Creek Street. Open daily from 10 am to 5 pm. (928) 865-1251.

  • Headframe ApothecaryThe Headframe Apothecary — Housed in a former pool hall and brothel, the apothecary offers gifts, crafts, gourmet teas and coffees along with vaping supplies and accessories. Open Tuesday - Saturday from 9 am - 3 pm. 225 Chase Creek Street, Highlights info row image (928) 322-3871.