This place has consistently been rated among the top ten health spas in Modern Maturity magazine's world poll. The ranch has state-of-the-art facilities, a staff of highly skilled psychiatrists, physical therapists, massage therapists, nutrition experts, handwriting analysts, and an enormous staff of administrative and groundskeeping folk all dedicated to preserving the spa's credo of promoting a better lifestyle through healthier physical, mental and nutritional practices. It is necessary for guests to stay for a minimum of 3 nights. Check the resort Website for details about rates and specials.
Golf Magazine called this intimate lodge nestled in the foothills of the stunning Santa Catalina Mountains a deserving Gold Medal Award recipient. You'll want to call it "home." A jewel embedded softly in 600 acres of majestic landscape, this lodge introduces visitors to Tucson's unspoiled desert through panoramic windows and coveted views from each of its romantic guest suites. If business IS your pleasure, your clients and associates will feel at ease in a variety of upscale yet comfortable meeting rooms. Innovative souls can opt to meet on the spectacular golf course, the East Lawn, or poolside at dusk for a memorable information exchange. Accommodating and creative staff will delight guests with shopping tours, golf or tennis tournaments and more to add a personal touch for business meetings and special occasions.
Part of the famous Hotel Congress, the Tucson chapter of the AA youth hostel offers the low-budget traveler an inexpensive place to crash for the night, in the heart of Tucson and in the same building as the hottest nightclub and cafe' in Tucson. The location also offers easy access to budget restaurants and curios shops, the downtown area, as well as the internet at the Library of Congress.
This deluxe home hostel, former home of the deputy sheriff of Tucson who captured John Dillinger,is a three-minute walk from the downtown business and arts district, the 4th avenue district, and the Greyhound and Amtrak stations. It is also in convenient walking distance to some of the hottest clubs in 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.
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.
Wrapped in Southwestern decor and situated snugly near downtown Tucson, Arizona Riverpark Inn brings convenience to the desert. Business travelers are especially pleased with recently renovated guest rooms and meeting facilities. Entertaining clients and associates is easy with the popular Bennigan's restaurant and lounge located on the hotel property. Reward yourself for a day well invested with an invigorating work out in the exercise room or relax beneath a yellow moon in the heated outdoor pool.
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.
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.
Sleep in the arms of history beneath a desert moon at this restored guest ranch built in the 1920's and renovated to accommodate leisure and business travelers seeking solitude and beauty in the shadow of the Santa Catalina Mountains. Quaint Spanish Hacienda-style guest rooms include private entrances and baths. Private patios overlook a large interior courtyard with grass and trees to attract a variety of small wildlife including rabbits and roadrunners. Photograph the ruins of the original adobe buildings still standing on the ranch property.
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 ...