One of the popular choices in Tucson for business and convention travelers, this atrium hotel/convention complex is just 10 minutes from Tucson International Airport. The inn features a courtyard with a waterfall cascading into a pool, a full-service restaurant, and a lounge providing live music entertainment each Friday. Room rates change seasonally. But the professional staff pamper you with the luxurious amenities and assure you a delightful stay.
Fall in love with the West at this romantically-inspired Old Spanish style bed and breakfast. Sixteen acres provide substantial views with opportunities for hiking and birding. Giant Saguaro cacti make stately neighbors at the National Park next door. Spend some time on a shady porch or soak up the starlight in a hydrotherapy spa. When sleep tugs at your sleeve, retire to one of four private guest suites with private baths, kitchenettes and wood burning or antique gas stoves. A wonderful experience is guaranteed.
The simplicity of home awaits you just two minutes from Tucson International Airport at this one-year new hotel in Tucson. Eighty-two guest suites support three floors of popular amenities for leisure and business travelers, including refrigerators and microwaves. Call home or check in with the office from your desk, bed or bathroom on one of three phone lines. Suites sleep six on two beds and a pull out sofa. A friendly staff treats you to breakfast, an outdoor pool invites you to intensify your tan.
This courtyard property is closely located off interstate 10 to many attraction in beautiful Tucson. The hotel offers guests with an array of services to choose from and a very comfortable stay. There is also an onsite dining restaurant here. So with an array of services and great comfort what more could one ask for.
The business traveler will appreciate the many business facilities this hotel has to offer, as well as its proximity to the airport. This newly renovated hotel is also close to the University of Arizona and the downtown Tucson Convention Center. There is a landscaped courtyard with a pool and Jacuzzi. Several restaurants are within walking distance, but the hotel restaurant serves breakfast and dinner too. Call in advance for rate information.
"Bien estar" is Spanish for "well-being." This hacienda, situated on six acres of desert near Saguaro National Park East, has earned its "well-being" name. It is the ideal retreat for nature lovers wanting to get away from it all and be close to coyotes, javelinas, chipmunks and desert birds. Guests can visit a nerby prehistoric cave or go horseback riding on the wonderful trails that are only minutes away from the hotel. Enjoy the scenic grandeur of the Rincon Mountains to the east.
This five-story hotel is located across the street from Tucson's largest park. Reid Park offers a public golf course, Reid Park Zoo, duck pond and a baseball stadium. Relax in the courtyard, or have drinks and Mexican food in the cantina. Centrally located, the hotel is also popular with business travelers, and its conference and ballrooms are popular with local businesses. Rates for lodging in Tucson are usually considerably lower during summer months than they are during the winter season, so be advised to call in advance for rate information.
This newly renovated, three-storey hotel is both convenient and economical; the least expensive in the Marriott chain. It has airport convenience, and it's close to some of Tucson's major employers. Some of the popular tourist attractions like Park Mall and Prima Air Museum are also close by. Be advised that room rates in Tucson's hotels and resorts are considerably higher in the mild winter than they are during the hot summer months; so it's usually a good idea to call ahead for price information if that is one of your concerns.
Located right around the corner from Tucson International Airport, this hotel offers deluxe accommodation at affordable prices, featuring a landscaped courtyard and outside pool area, as well as a full-service restaurant. Rates for lodging in Tucson are considerably lower during summer months than they are during the winter season, so be advised to call in advance for rate information.
This is a comfortable, modern hotel adjacent to the Tucson International Airport. Built in 1996, it has four floors of two room suites. It is a convenient, practical hotel if you are in town on business. If your schedule permits, by all means check out the grassy courtyard; it's the perfect place to relax, featuring a spacious sun-deck and gazebo.
Four stories wrap around an enclosed courtyard like a cat
curled up in the Arizona sun. Mature trees and lush landscaping attract visitors to this pleasant hotel which offers a gazebo in the courtyard, an outdoor swimming pool, an ...
The business traveler will appreciate the many business facilities this
hotel has to offer, as well as its proximity to the airport. This newly renovated hotel is also close to the University of Arizona and the downtown Tucson Convention ...
The simplicity of home awaits you just two minutes from
Tucson International Airport at this one year new hotel in Tucson. Eighty two guest suites support three floors of popular amenities for leisure and business travelers, including refrigerators and ...