Casa Tierra is a secluded bed and breakfast inn on the west side of Tucson, located on five acres of Saguaro National Park, in the middle of a veritable saguaro cactus forest. It's a great retreat for nature lovers seeking opportunities for hiking, stargazing, birding, hiking, or just plain quiet. Designed as a 100-year old Spanish hacienda-style adobe home with courtyards, fountains, and arches, the inn sets off the grand desert vistas and mountain views.
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.
This studio suites hotel on Tucson's northeast side is only a few minutes from one of the area's most spectacular sites, the Sabino Canyon Recreational Area in the foothills of the Catalina Mountains. The main attractions here are definitely the hacienda style courtyards and fountains. As with most hotels in Tucson, rates vary seasonally, so be advised to call ahead for current prices.
This is a 30-acre guest ranch located at the base of Sombrero Peak in the western mountains, surrounded by giant Sahuaro cacti and ocotillos. The ranch offers facilities for hiking, horseback riding, wagon rides and resort-style accommodations in the recently remodeled casitas. There's also an Old West Boardwalk recreating the atmosphere of a 1880's western town. 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.
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 Tucson's hotels and resorts vary widely according to season; so be advised to call ahead for current rate information.
Founded in 1868, this historic ranch now serves as a luxury resort in the scenic desert foothills of the Rincon Mountains on Tucson's east side. Rates are high but include a whole package of services like horseback riding, mountain biking, guided hikes, workshops, diverse dining options, spa services and a supervised children's program. Great for family vacations, weddings or corporate meetings. Rates may vary according to season.
This historic hotel offers 1920s ambiance in Southwestern style right at the end of the Downtown Arts District. No clutter, not even a TV set, tarnishes the rooms. In fact, they are rather sparse, but bright and clean with tub or shower. Low rates are offered to youth hostel members and students. Downstairs, visitors can enjoy excellent desserts and meet local bohemians and businessmen-they hang out here at the popular Cup Cafe. Rates vary from month to month, so call ahead for rate information.
This beautiful turn-of-the-19th century building is just a few footsteps away from the downtown arts district with its abundance of little restaurants and galleries, as well as public transportation. The Armory Park neighborhood itself is filled with old homes like this one, and definitely deserves to be explored separately. The two guest units (one kitchenette) rest within a garden setting, with private entrance. Rates for lodging in Tucson are usually considerably lower during summer months than they are during the winter season, so call in advance for updated rates.
This reasonable and comfortable B&B is centrally located and provides a healthy, non-allergenic environment, clean air, and wholesome food. The home is maintained without the use of chemicals. The living area has a fireplace and a library. An organic breakfast is served, and most meals are vegetarian. If you are a health-and-diet-conscious visitor to the Old Pueblo, this is the place for you!
Large picture windows in this seven-storey hotel offer great views of the University of Arizona and the entire city, with the Santa Catalina Mountains as a backdrop. This is a pleasant, casual hotel adjacent to the U of A, built in 1972, renovated in 1997, with vintage photos of Tucson lining the walls. Located right in the middle of Tucson's business and university district, the Plaza is the perfect lodging place for business travelers. 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 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 ...