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Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Tucson Airport - Tucson Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Tucson Airport

6681 S Tucson Blvd, Tucson - Map
"Basic hotel. Good value for price."
This hotel is somewhat dated and did not offer many amenities. It is off the road somewhat which made it quieter (although the space between the road & the hotel was an unattractive Enterprise parking lot, but that was OK for us.) There were few dining choices in the area which was somewhat inconvenient. However, the room was clean and the staff was pleasant. All the usually stuff worked as it should (card to get in the door, TV, shower, toilet, lights, etc). Free internet was VERY SLOW, but easily accessed. The complimentary breakfast was ready on time and was sufficient--eggs, waffles, cereal, pastries, milk, juice, coffee.
gemini1613 from Oklahoma, USA
Situated near the airport, in Tucson, this hotel is close to Tucson International Raceway. Area attractions also include …More
Best Western Plus Royal Sun Inn & Suites - Tucson Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Best Western Plus Royal Sun Inn & Suites

1015 N Stone Ave, Tucson - Map
"Nice hotel! Great breakfast!!"
Stayed here on the way to Las Vegas, I was a little skeptical of the location but the actually hotel was super clean and comfortable. The breakfast was awesome and waiter was quick and friendly!
Situated near the airport, in the city center, this eco-friendly hotel is close to Rogue Theatre, Pima County Courthouse, and …More
Best Western InnSuites Tucson Foothills Hotel & Suites - Tucson Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Best Western InnSuites Tucson Foothills Hotel & Suites

6201 N Oracle Rd, Tucson - Map
"this hotel was adequate"
The bed was awesome. The breakfast was great. The location was good. Housekeeping was fair. Shower was poor (clog drain). Room was small. The tiny kitchenette was a joke. This is No resort, but if you just need a bed and a breakfast, this will do.
LolaS from Eugene, OR, USA
This hotel is located in Tucson (Casas Adobes), close to Quail Canyon Golf Course, Tohono Chul Park, and Tucson Mall. Local …More
Lodge on the Desert - Tucson Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Lodge on the Desert

306 North Alvernon Way, Tucson - Map
3.6 out of 5 (12 reviews)
Situated in the historical district, this eco-friendly resort is close to El Con Mall, Randolph Golf Complex, and Hi Corbett …More
Arizona Inn - Tucson Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Arizona Inn

2200 E Elm St, Tucson - Map
"Unbelievable Service"
My stay at the Arizona Inn was nothing short of the very best service I have ever had in a hotel, since I’ve traveled the globe. The reservations were easy and the website showed many photos that appealed to my ego; a million dollar taste on a beer budget. It didn’t matter if I were a celebrity or just your average Joe, this hotel treated everyone with equal time and respect. I was greeted at the door and then again at the counter for check-in. Polite and fast, as the bell hope took my bags and escorted me right to my little mansion in the ruff. The politeness of the staff again was amazing and they aren’t afraid to talk to you like some places that fear for their jobs if they talk at all. This place treated me like a family member and it was worth every minute of our time together. The room was more than I expected, with a king sized bed, luxurious furniture and charm, very clean, and very quiet; truly a diamond in the ruff. Owned by the same family for over 83 years, this hotel impresses even the rich. The dining room (yes dining room) and outdoor dining, were amazing and even at night when the place lite up, coming to life. Lush green plants and beautiful décor filled my eyes with delight. The menu was straightforward and boy was the food tasty. Try the veal if you get the chance to stay there. Breakfast had large portions to keep me going throughout the day of my business trip. The staff greeted me each time I came and went, and the best part is, they even turn down your bed for you and place a chocolate on the pillow. Now how is that for service? Checkout was fast, easy and nothing short of amazing as the bellhop took my bags once again and escorted me to the cab, and then offered me a bottle of water to take with me. Now that’s service beyond what I expected or have ever had in all the hotels I have stayed, even the five star hotels. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone and I will stay here each time I return to Arizona to visit or for business. Thank you for a stay worth remembering.
Booster from Broken Arrow, OK
Situated in the city center, this historic resort is close to Himmel Park, University of Arizona, and Arizona Stadium. Also …More
La Quinta Inn & Suites Tucson - Reid Park - Tucson Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

La Quinta Inn & Suites Tucson - Reid Park

102 N. Alvernon Way, Tucson - Map
3.7 out of 5 (18 reviews)
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to El Con Mall, Randolph Golf Complex, and Hi Corbett Field. Also nearby are …More
Stone Inn - Tucson Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Stone Inn

1248 N Stone Ave, Tucson - Map
"The price is right"
Clean, quiet, no thrills. Neighborhood slightly sketchy but for the price it was worth it.
DDoug88 from Tempe, AZ, USA
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Red Barn Theater, University of Arizona, and Arizona Stadium. Also nearby …More
Arizona Riverpark Inn - Tucson Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Arizona Riverpark Inn

350 S Freeway Rd, Tucson - Map
"Good Value near U of A"
The quality of stay would depend on location of room. We were towards the canal with a patio. We had a great experience as we ran along the canal and played tennis. We also enjoyed the free cocktails each night!. Its was perfectly located between campus and our daughters apartment at almost half the price as downtown resorts were charging.
Located in downtown Tucson, Riverpark Inn is a half-mile from the Tucson Convention Center, 1 mile from the historic arts …More
Loews Ventana Canyon - Tucson Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Loews Ventana Canyon

7000 N Resort Dr, Tucson - Map
"6 years in a row; It never gets old"
My wife and I went to Tucson on a hunch 6 years ago for a quick 3 day. Since then, we've gone to Tucson every summer and stayed at Ventana Canyon. It never gets old. Fabulous property with nature trails, hiking paths, and more; all against one of the best visual backdrops in the Southwest. Rooms are beyond spacious, and the usual 4th Floor balconies are on-point. Perhaps the icing on the cake is the bathroom and the monster bathtub. Awesome hotel, complete with spa, pool, exercise facilities and in 2 golf courses onsite. If you go to Tucson for a quick weekend or an extended vacay, treat yourself (or your significant other) to a great resort.
Production512 from Austin, TX
Home to saguaro cacti, coyotes, and great horned owls, this 93-acre Loews hotel is set in a pristine habitat where the …More
Starr Pass Golf Suites - Tucson Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Starr Pass Golf Suites

3645 W Starr Pass Blvd, Tucson - Map
Situated in Tucson, this golf resort is close to Greasewood Park, Tumamoc Hill, and International Wildlife Museum. Local …More

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    Tucson, Arizona Hotel Guide

    Your stay in Tucson offers a range of nationally branded hotels, mixed in with a few local independents worthy of your attention. Hotels are more concentrated at the airport and in the downtown portion of the city, with resort-style retreats sprinkled on the edges of the mountains to the northeast and southwest. Several hotels on Highway 10 are also convenient for you if Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is of interest.

    The price range in Tucson is nothing short of amazing. There are dozens of hotels priced in the $30-$60 per night range, as well as a clutch of exclusive desert resorts in canyons and on ranches with prices skyward of several hundred per night. The low-range hotels provide the basics, some better than others. As expected, the luxury resorts provide every amenity from Jack Nicklaus-designed golf courses and Har-Tru tennis courts to equestrian facilities, fine dining, and extensive spa services.

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    If you’d like a little taste of western history, consider booking your stay at Hotel Congress, downtown. Built in 1919, the hotel earned its fame as the hideout of John Dillinger and his bank-robbing gang. Their dramatic 1934 capture is reenacted with an annual celebration. The hotel’s history is preserved in its 40 guestrooms, authentically outfitted with iron beds, vintage radios, and phones that only connect to the hotel switchboard. But rest easy, they do have Wi-Fi.

    For history of the same era, a gracious desert stay can be yours at the Arizona Inn. Just 3 miles from the center of town, you’ll find a pink adobe boutique hotel from the 1930s, meticulously kept in the style of the era. Amenities include a library, board games, badminton, croquet, bicycles, and live piano nightly, as well as contemporary perks like a 60-foot outdoor pool, saunas, Har-Tru tennis courts, flat screen TVs, Wi-Fi, and dynamite on-site dining.

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