Leisure and business travelers gravitate to this stately inn, built in 1927 by a reputable family from Philadelphia whose legacy of fine craftsmanship gives each room a rich heritage. Mahogany doors bid visitors to explore the living area, quietly graced with woodwork and art. An extravagant red dining room stretches out to accommodate breakfast table gatherings, featuring homemade pancakes and other culinary treats. Room rates change seasonally. Outside, lavish gardens delight nature lovers with flowers and herbs that may turn up in a vase at your bedside. Be sure to stroll the historic neighborhood and check out the University of Arizona, just down the street.
This foothills bed and breakfast is home for quail and fit for a queen, or king. Four rooms offer eclectic art and quiet comfort. An enclosed porch makes a lovely spot for breakfast where visitors enjoy coffee, tea and sizzling Southwestern cuisine. Your hosts are widely traveled and richly personable resident experts who are happy to help you plan a day trip to Mexico or an afternoon shopping venture in the immediate vicinity. If you return from seeing the sites and need a siesta, try the Venezuelan hammock on for size as it's a natural fit.
Location is everything at this popular Choice hotel, where guests enjoy an Olympic-sized outdoor pool, a basketball court, free coffee and a full buffet breakfast at no additional cost. A driving range, golf course, movie theatre, public zoo and tennis are all available within easy walking distance of the hotel. In addition, visitors find easy access to El Con Mall, the University of Arizona, Davis Monthon Air Force Base and a variety of restaurants in nearby downtown Tucson.
Newly remodeled suites and meeting rooms at this conveniently located inn create a comfortable setting for business and leisure travelers. The University of Arizona and Tucson's Community Center make friendly neighbors for hotel guests. Toss a coin and choose one of two municipal golf courses within five miles of the hotel lobby; El Rio and Silverbell are both great places to practice your swing. A heated pool, Jacuzzi, exercise facility, restaurant and lounge provide additional options to relax and enjoy your stay. Room rates in Tucson vary seasonally, so be advised to call ahead for current rates.
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.
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!
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.
Located at St. Phillip's Plaza in north Tucson, this modern hotel built in 1992, offers two-room suites with beautiful mountain views. The Plaza is an upscale center with a casual atmosphere filled with art galleries, boutiques, gourmet restaurants and a day spa. 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.
Built in 1936 and completely renovated in 1997, this hacienda style hotel is a desert oasis at a convenient central location, offering rooms and suites in a quiet residential setting with well-manicured lawns, flower gardens and cactus gardens. Most rooms have fireplaces and private patios. 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 current rate information.
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.
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The business traveler will appreciate the many business facilities this
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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 ...