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 near Tucson's restaurant row, Residence Inn Tucson pampers their guests with luxurious amenities. All 128 rooms are two room suites, some even have fireplaces. Guests can relax in the outdoor pool or hit the well-equipped fitness center. Although the hotel doesn't have its own restaurant, guests can enjoy fine dining at the nearby popular restaurants. This affordable east side hotel also offers a weekly barbecue and evening cocktail hour for its guests. Tennis and basketball are also available. All in all, you are assured to have a memorable stay.
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.
Located conveniently close to the major shopping malls and golf courses on Tucson's east side, La Quinta Inn East offers plenty of amenities for the business traveler. There are a variety of facilities here providing good value for your money. The hotel offers spacious rooms at reasonable rates. As rates for lodging in Tucson are usually considerably lower during summer months than they are during the winter season, so you are advised to call in advance for rate information.
The main thing we can say about this hotel is its fabulous location! Travelers who come here can choose between the 60 plus eateries on Tucson's "restaurant row," all within easy walking distance. One of the city's major recreation centers, Udall Park, is across the street and the Sabino Canyon recreational area nearby offers scenery as well as opportunities for hiking, bird-watching and biking. As 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. The pleasant garden courtyard makes you forget that you're in the middle of a city.
"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.
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.
This famous old hotel was built at the turn of the century, when Bisbee was the largest mining town in the world, hosting mining entrepreneurs, adventurers, and assorted Western types of varying reputation. To this day, it has kept the charm of the Old West, while offering all the modern facilities today's travelers require, plus excellent food in the hotel restaurant.
Do you dream in green? The luxurious one, two and three bedroom villas at this resort are a golfer's fantasy, and a romantic escape for anyone seeking a room with a view. Every unit includes a private balcony with lush views of the course, yawning widely from a panoramic backdrop of mountain or skyline peaks. Let the fresh air stimulate your culinary senses in your own gourmet kitchen, complete with pots, pans, blender, toaster and more. After dinner, pamper yourself with an evening soak in your jacuzzi tub; there's one in every unit.
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 exercise room, business center and restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Close to the Tucson Airport, just 12 miles away, Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites offers fair views of the Santa Catalina Mountains and accessibility to the renowned Restaurant Row. Rates for lodging in Tucson are highly seasonal, so call in advance for rate information.
Located next to the Plaza at Williams Centre and the
Park Mall, this hotel is within easy walking distance to a wide variety of shopping centers, restaurants and local attractions, and especially suitable for business travelers. Room rates in ...
Nestled at the base of the Santa Catalina Mountains in
Northeast Tucson, this is one of the area's newest resorts. Built in 1984 and renovated in 1998, it features two 18 hole PGA championship golf courses, a full service ...
This hacienda style resort was built in 1912 and renovated
in 1996. Enjoy golf, tennis, horseback riding, or the full luxury treatment in the spa on the 80 acre desert setting, made magical by its spectacular views of the ...