Located in the northern foothills of the Catalinas, just off the Mount Lemmon exit in the mining town of Oracle, C.O.D. Ranch offers retreats and facilities for reunions, corporate events and weddings in a beautiful nature setting. Here is a good place to experience the grandeur of Coronado National Forest hiking or riding on horseback. Stay in a casita-old-style cabin, or book the ranch for a private party.
Adjacent to the beautiful University of Arizona campus this modern 9 story atrium hotel is located in the heart of the city. It's perfect for visiting parents. Minutes from the downtown business district, museums and shopping it's also perfect for business or pleasure. Rooms are decorated to reflect the Southwest. 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.
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 spa and tennis. Minutes from beautiful Sabino Canyon, it offers spectacular city and mountain views. It has been named one of the best resort hotels in the US by Travel & Leisure magazine. Rates change weekly and monthly according to availability.
You will feel right at home in this historical Adobe style inn, centrally located in a quiet residential setting. Built in 1930, then renovated in 1998, a wood-paneled library surrounds period furniture. Each room on two floors is individually decorated with fireplaces and patios are available in some. It is just minutes from the University of Arizona and within walking distance from the University Medical Center. Rates for lodging in Tucson are highly seasonal, so be advised to call in advance for rate information.
This Mediterranean style hotel has an outdoor atrium. With its manicured lawns and shaded patios throughout it has a relaxed casual atmosphere. Enjoy your breakfast on the patio. All accommodations are two room suites with separate living area. The hotel is located near the center of Tucson, in convenient distance to the city's business and financial venues. 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.
With a 27-hole PGA championship golf course and a full service European style spa, this may be the ultimate vacation destination or a great place to relax when business for the day is done. Located in northwest Tucson, the resort was built in 1986 and renovated in 1996 with authentic Southwestern flair. It offers a variety of elegant accommodations from Haciendas to Casita Suites with fully stocked refreshment bars. Rates for lodging in Tucson are seasonal, so call in advance for rate information.
This hotel has something for everyone. Set in the stunning Santa Catalina foothills, it offers unsurpassed mountain vistas on one side and views of the beautiful Arizona sunset on the other. Built in 1982, the resort was completely renovated in 1994. There are private rooms or suites (some with fireplaces; all suites with balconies) offer luxurious Southwestern style decor. Prices vary markedly by season.
One of Tucson's premier resorts, this three-story modern brick hotel was built in 1986. Renovated in 1997, it features a 27-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf course, tennis, racquetball and volleyball, plus three pools with waterslide and swim up bar. Beautiful mountain and city views enhance the setting. Rates are subject to frequent changes according to season, so it is advisable to call ahead shortly before you leave on your trip.
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 Santa Catalina Mountains. Rooms afford a private balcony or patio, and first-rate amenities. The resort holds a Gold Listing from Conde Nast Traveler and has been named "Best Tucson Resort" by Travel Holiday magazine. Rates vary seasonally.
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 ...