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Built in 1936 and completely renovated recently, 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. Be advised that rates for lodging in Tucson are usually considerably lower during summer months than they are during the winter season.
You will feel right at home in this historic 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.
Built as a private school for girls 65 years ago, this guest ranch in the Tucson foothills has evolved from an exclusive Hollywood celebrity resort to a pleasant desert retreat in a garden setting, featuring newly renovated rooms and casitas, a studio gallery, and an ward-winning restaurant, The Grill. All rooms are non-smoking. Be advised that rates for lodging in Tucson are usually considerably lower during summer months than they are during the winter season.
The JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort provides visitors with an absolutely unforgettable stay. Designed for both business as well as pleasure travelers, the spacious rooms here are filled with all the modern conveniences. With a HDTV, coffee maker and internet access, you'll find no reason to leave your room, unless of course you want to spend the day at the golf course, dine at one of the exquisite restaurants or be pampered at the spa.
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 groundskeepers 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.
Nestled at the base of the Santa Catalina Mountains in northeast Tucson, this is one of the area's finest resorts. Built in 1984 and renovated recently, 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 country by Travel & Leisure magazine. Rates change weekly and monthly according to availability.
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 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, be aware that rates may vary according to season.
Voted the top destination spa in North America by Conde Nast Traveler and the top destination spa worldwide by Travel & Leisure, be prepared to have the physical, spiritual and emotional experience of a lifetime here. Miraval's goal is to promote health and the joy of living through numerous activities and spa treatments. At Miraval you will enjoy golf, tennis, hiking, nature treks, meditation, yoga, pilates, bird watching, nutritional classes, and much more. Rates include three gourmet meals daily, access to all scheduled group programs and activities, one spa treatment or one-on-one consultation or one round of golf per night of stay, and round-trip transfers from the Tucson International Airport.